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Uzis on the Zambezi: Israel’s Secret Relationship with White Rhodesia

“When white Rhodesia was struggling to survive, the United States was there to help,” asserts Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, “with U.S. oil companies – Mobil, Texaco, and Standard Oil of California – … Continue reading

October 14, 2017 · 18 Comments

Vladimir Stasov’s Mighty Five: The Orientalizing Quest and the Counter-Semitic Struggle for the Musical Soul of the Russian People

Following the death of Glinka, whose contributions had been so seminal, the Russian nationalist spirit in music would be developed and expanded by the critic and historian Vladimir Stasov and … Continue reading

September 24, 2017 · 4 Comments

James Petras: Trump to Launch “Fall Offensive” Undermining American Labor

  “The fall of 2017 will witness the most brutal assault on working and middle class living standards since the end of World War II,” forecasts veteran leftist economic commentator … Continue reading

September 18, 2017 · 42 Comments

Invasion of the Culture Snatchers

Last year, Shout! Factory rereleased Philip Kaufman’s 1978 Invasion of the Body Snatchers remake through its Scream Factory label. Included on the stacked Blu-ray are interview extras imported from the … Continue reading

September 2, 2017 · 69 Comments

More Polish Than Poland: Chopin and Nationalism

Frédéric [or Fryderyk] Chopin “is often spoken of as ‘the most Polish of Polish composers’,” observes Stephen P. Mizwa1, with Honoré de Balzac even commenting that the composer was “more … Continue reading

August 18, 2017 · 25 Comments

Sick in Tangier: My Lost Weekend in Morocco

A reader expressed some interest in hearing about my trip to Morocco. It isn’t a pleasant memory. Back in the darkness of the late George W. Bush years, I was … Continue reading

July 20, 2017 · 32 Comments

Out of the Ghetto: The Jews Who Killed the King

Many casual fans of Elvis Presley will be familiar with his Christian faith and affection for gospel music. Fewer are aware of his interest in Judaism, theosophy, yogic practices, and … Continue reading

May 20, 2017 · 19 Comments

Prokofiev and the Revival of Nationalism in Soviet Music

Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953) is generally recognized as one of the greatest of Russian composers. Working in a variety of genres, Prokofiev wrote for cinema, ballet, opera, and small ensembles in … Continue reading

May 13, 2017 · 11 Comments

Revolution, Dictatorship, Romanianism, and Transfiguration: Emil Cioran’s Taboo Book

Emil Cioran (1911-1995) was a pessimistic Romanian antinatalist philosopher who lived the second half of his life in Paris where his existentialist writings were highly regarded. Several of Cioran’s works … Continue reading

April 22, 2017 · 80 Comments

Wrecked Beyond Salvage: Montgomery Clift and His Synthetic Hollywood Semitism

Montgomery Clift, once known as the most beautiful man in Hollywood, was one of the most compelling screen presences of the 1950s; but, as with his eccentric contemporary Marlon Brando, … Continue reading

January 1, 2017 · 121 Comments