Posts Tagged ‘Matthias Kuntzel’

This website is primarily about the strange convergence between certain forms of reactionary conspirationist thought with certain forms of radical anti-capitalism. Mostly, I have paid attention to two overlapping phenomena: first, the ways in which fascist and fascistic positions have used the language and rhetoric of the left (e.g. the so-called “national anarchists” who stalk […]


Variousness

22Dec08

Edmund Standing at Butterflies and Wheels. Extract: Just as Himmler admired and befriended Al-Husseini, and just as von Leers enthusiastically promoted a perverse union of radical Islam and Nazism, so today we find neo-Nazis applauding Jihadism and seeking to offer it their support. The 9/11 attacks are a case in point. In the aftermath of […]


Matthias Küntzel: Defining Jew-Hatred Down


1. Straight Outta Tel Aviv: Antigerman Stepkurs Neues O.G. Ultrasteinlied, für alle, die trotz gymnasiastischen Gruppenzwangs auch mal 50Cent auf ihrem Handy pumpen wollen. Für das (immer)gleiche und mehr checkt myspace.com/obergottultrastein und http://www.lastfm.de/music/Obergott+Ultrastein. Klickklackbumm. 2. Platypus Review “Let the dead bury the dead!” Response to Principia Dialectica (UK) on May 1968 Chris Cutrone The British […]


Matthias Kuntzel: Jihad and Jew Hatred interview at Israel News: recommended


Links

22Jan08

Miscellany Ian Bone: How non-violence protects the state Bob From Brockley: Kosovo, anarchist common sense, neoconservatism, and lots more Drink Soaked Trots: SayNO to UN resolution condoning rocket attacks on Israel (Jura Watchmaker) Drink Soaked Trots: Not like Deutschland Über Alles — in fact the opposite of (Will) Anti-Germanism: Infidel Bloggers: Academic Field or Preventive […]


Via Contested Terrain: Confronting Anti-Semitism — But How? Three essays by Matthias Küntzel, published in Telos in September 2006. Part 1: Germany, Iran, and Israel During my preparations for this lecture, I realized that the German Coordinating Group had already sponsored a lecture with the title “On the struggle against Anti-Semitism today” in 1962. [1] […]