“Ideological Mistakes of Louis Ferdinand Céline and Emil Cioran” – Mara Magda MAFTEI

Journal of Romanian Literary Studies, no. 5/2014 Abstract: 2011 was a year of reference for both Emil Cioran and Louis Ferdinand Céline. We celebrated the centenary of the Romanian philosopher who chose to exile himself in Paris and also the 50-year anniversary of Céline’s death. In fact, we witnessed controversial issues in France linked to… Continue lendo “Ideological Mistakes of Louis Ferdinand Céline and Emil Cioran” – Mara Magda MAFTEI

Soviet Jewish History (Essential Lectures in Jewish History) – Dr. Henry ABRAMSON

Brief overview of Soviet Jewish History. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wwS6J9WdhE Henry Abramson (born 1963) is the dean of the Lander College of Arts and Sciences in Flatbush, New York. Before that, he served as the Dean for Academic Affairs and Student Services at Touro College's Miami branch (Touro College South). He is notable for his teachings on Jewish… Continue lendo Soviet Jewish History (Essential Lectures in Jewish History) – Dr. Henry ABRAMSON

“Mihail Sebastian’s Journal: The Fascist Years (1935-1944)” – Radu IOANID

On 29 May 1945, as he rushed to cross a street in downtown Bucharest, thirty-eight-year-old Mihail Sebastian, a press officer at the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, was hit and killed by a truck. As it happened, Sebastian was late to an appointment at Dalles Hall where he was to teach a class about Honoré… Continue lendo “Mihail Sebastian’s Journal: The Fascist Years (1935-1944)” – Radu IOANID

The Most Dangerous Conspiracy Theory in the World | Truth Hurts

The internet has been accused of wrecking many things over the years – print media, Blockbuster and privacy, for instance. One thing it definitely hasn’t killed, though, is the antisemitic conspiracy theory. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7o3bVInA2A In fact, the internet is breathing new life into ideas that have been doing the rounds – sometimes causing mass murder –… Continue lendo The Most Dangerous Conspiracy Theory in the World | Truth Hurts

The Exodus Of Soviet Jews Fleeing Persecution And Anti-Semitism | Our Life

This documentary looks at the plight of Russian Jews attempting to emigrate to America, who are denied visas and find themselves stranded in Italy without money or accommodation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JNz1sYhpFi8 This film was first broadcast: 05 Dec 1989

Israel seethes at Russian FM’s ‘unforgivable’ claim Hitler ‘had Jewish blood’ | The Times of Israel

The Times of Israel, May 2, 2022 Bennett blasts Lavrov’s ‘lies’ as FM summons envoy for ‘clarification’; Lavrov had defended ‘denazification’ of Zelensky-run Ukraine by saying ‘some of worst antisemites are Jews’ Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Alexander Nemenov/Pool Photo via AP) Israeli leaders on Monday denounced Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov for saying… Continue lendo Israel seethes at Russian FM’s ‘unforgivable’ claim Hitler ‘had Jewish blood’ | The Times of Israel

Germany’s Neo-Nazis & the Far Right | FRONTLINE Documentary

Decades after the Holocaust, FRONTLINE investigates the resurgence of far-right extremism and violence in Germany — and what authorities are doing to confront the growing problem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6bH2fHbt2w From producer, director and correspondent Evan Williams, who has been covering the far right in Europe for almost a decade, “Germany’s Neo-Nazis & the Far Right” looks at… Continue lendo Germany’s Neo-Nazis & the Far Right | FRONTLINE Documentary

“Far right, misogynist, humourless? Why Nietzsche is misunderstood” – Sue PRIDEAUX

The Guardian, 6 October 2018 The German philosopher has been adopted by the alt-right, but he hated antisemitism. He has been misappropriated and misread, argues his biographer Friedrich Nietzsche, Karl Marx and Charles Darwin are the great triumvirate of 19th-century thinkers whose ideas still have huge impact today. Nietzsche was philosophy’s supreme iconoclast; his sayings include “God is dead”… Continue lendo “Far right, misogynist, humourless? Why Nietzsche is misunderstood” – Sue PRIDEAUX

“Between Evola and Dugin: Traditionalism in a Romanian Iron Guard Manifesto” – Jason ROBERTS

Nae Ionescu (1890-1940), a Philosophy professor at the University of Bucharest in the inter-war period, and the mastermind of the Iron Guard who co-opted Cioran's young generation of intellectuals (tânăra generaţie of 1927) into the Legionary movement (Ionescu only adhered to the Iron Guard due to a grudge with the king); Julius Evola (1898-1974), an… Continue lendo “Between Evola and Dugin: Traditionalism in a Romanian Iron Guard Manifesto” – Jason ROBERTS

Bernard-Henri Lévy vs. Aleksandr Dugin | Nexus Symposium (2019)

On 21 September 2019, the Nexus Institute — one of the most prestigious intellectual organizations keeping the spirit of European humanism alive — celebrated its 25th anniversary with a public symposium entitled ‘The Magic Mountain Revisited: Cultivating the Human Spirit in Dispirited Times’, after the founding novel of the Nexus Institute, Thomas Mann’s The Magic… Continue lendo Bernard-Henri Lévy vs. Aleksandr Dugin | Nexus Symposium (2019)