The Sunic Journal (formerly, The New Nationalist Perspective) is a weekly program hosted by Dr. Tomislav Sunić, a former professor, an author, a translator and a former Croat diplomat. The show runs Tuesdays, 9pm, Eastern U.S. time.
Every week, Dr. Sunic brings VoR listeners his thoughtful perspective on matters of contemporary European and European-American identity; he addresses a wide range of topics including culture, heritage and meta-politics.
About Tom Sunic
Tomislav (Tom) Sunić is a former US professor, author, translator and a former Croat diplomat. He did his undergraduate work in literature and languages in Europe. He obtained his doctoral degree in political science at the University of California. Dr. Sunić has published books and articles in French, German, English and Croatian on subjects of cultural pessimism, the psychology of communism and liberalism, and the use and abuse of modern languages in modern political discourse.
Visit Tom’s Web site at TomSunic.com for essays, interviews, book information, and more. he can be reached at email@example.com
Tom’s latest book, Postmortem Report: Cultural Examinations from Postmodernity (with foreword by Dr. Kevin MacDonald), was published in February 2010 by Wermod & Wermod Publishing Group.
Dr. Tom Sunic will speak at a seminar in Germany on Oct. 1, 2011. This literary seminar will feature several prominent German thinkers. The main theme of the event, which runs Sep. 30 and Oct 1-2, is Europa in Umbruch (“Europe in Upheaval”), exploring the role of Europe, Russia, and the idea of the Empire. Tom, in his speech Balkanisierung Europas; Umbruch oder die Endzeiten (“Balkanization of Europe; the Upheaval or the End Times”), will focus on “end times” . . . read more »
In 1973, shortly before his death, the French President Georges Pompidou admitted to have opened the floodgates of immigration, at a request of a number of big businessmen, such as Francis Bouygues, who was eager to take advantage of docile and cheap labor devoid of class consciousness and of any tradition of social struggle. This move was meant to exert downward pressure on the wages of French workers, reduce their protesting zeal, and in addition, break up the unity of the labor movement. Big . . . read more »
The liberal-communist propaganda against Fascism and National-Socialism has produced results contrary to those originally anticipated. It has created the conceptual model of a value system that often defies the objective reality of the bygone Fascist and National-Socialist epochs. It has given birth to dangerous and subconscious infatuation with hyperreal would-be Fascism, best to be seen in modern mimicry of Hollywood Nazism, especially among troubled young White people. The decades-long antifascist . . . read more »
[Tom Sunic was recently interviewed in the Summer 2011 edition of the French cultural quarterly Réfléchir & Agir]. Entretien avec Tomislav Sunic Homo americanus rejeton de l’ère post-moderne R&A: Le grand dissident russe Alexandre Zinoviev, qui avait fui le communisme pour rejoindre le camp de la liberté dont les Etats-Unis étaient l’emblème, avait inventé le terme d’homo sovieticus. Vous parlez, vous, d’homo americanus. A priori, en quoi ces deux types d’hommes se . . . read more »
This interview was recorded during “Revolt against Civilization,” a two-day private seminar organized by Dr. Lindtner of the Danish Society for Free Historical Research [Danish: Dansk Selskab for Fri Historisk Forskning; Web site: DSFHF.dk] and held in Aalborg, Denmark, on May 28 and 29. Please check out the event main Web page on VoR for all speeches and interviews related to this event. 13 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 56 min. read more » | mp3 »
“The Monotheist mindset and its secular modalities; Homo americanus and Homo sovieticus,” by Dr. Tom Sunic This speech was given at “Revolt against Civilization,” a two-day private seminar organized by Dr. Lindtner of the Danish Society for Free Historical Research [Danish: Dansk Selskab for Fri Historisk Forskning; Web site: DSFHF.dk] and held in Aalborg, Denmark, on May 28 and 29. Please check out the event main Web page on VoR for all speeches and interviews related to this event. 13 . . . read more » | mp3 »
Prefaced by Alain de Benoist Quick Overview The first account of the European New Right to appear in English, now on it’s third edition. Re-edited, with new forewords and including the ‘Manifesto for a European Renaissance’. Product Description Against Democracy and Equality was the first book ever published in the English language on the European New Right, and it remains an indispensable introduction to a school of thought which remains a vibrant force in the understanding of . . . read more »
Part I Antigone, a young woman in Sophocles’ drama was sentenced to death by Creon, the king of Thebes, for breaching the law of the land. Her “historical revisionism,” her individualism, her free spirit bordering on stubbornness, prompted her to challenge the positive laws of her times. She viewed divine laws of justice and her own moral integrity as more important than her own fleeting lifespan. I know all too well I’m going to die— how could I not?—it makes no difference what you decree. . . . read more »
Tom Sunic’s classic book, Homo Americanus, has been translated into French. The following is a summary of the book in French: Homo americanus 25.00EUR Rejeton de l’ère postmoderne Tomislav Sunic « Ayant vécu sous le communisme et possédant une connaissance directe du fonctionnement de la terreur d’État, Tomislav Sunic se trouve dans une position unique pour décrire le glissement actuel de l’Amérique vers ce qu’il qualifie à juste titre de “totalitarisme mou”. Ce régime . . . read more »
Tom Sunic was recently interviewed in the French nationalist weekly magazine Rivarol. The article was entitled Serbes et Croates face à un danger biologique bien plus grave que leur récent conflit (“Serbs and Croats facing a biological danger much more serious than their recent conflict”). RIVAROL (Paris), Nr. 2972, le 29 Octobre 2010 Tomislav SUNIC : « Serbes et Croates face à un danger biologique bien plus grave que leur récent conflit » RIVAROL : Tomislav Sunic, né en 1953 . . . read more »
The New Right held their 29th meeting in London, England on Sat. Oct. 23, 2010. This is a speech by Tom Sunic entitled Schopenhauer and the Perception of the Real or Surreal Postmodernity. Other speeches from the same event: By Norman Lowell. By Martin Webster. By Jonathan Bowden. The New Right is active on Tumblr and YouTube. 12 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 50 min. read more » | mp3 »
This article, entitled Messianismus mit verheerenden Folgen (“Messianism with Devastating Consequences”) is a German language transcript of the speech given at a music festival in Germany, on Saturday, August 7, 2010, which was entitled Wem nutzt der Krieg in Irak und Afghanistan? (Who benefits from the War in Iraq and Afghanistan?). Related links: The audio archive of Dr. Sunic’s live speech in German can be found here. The English language transcript can be found here. This transcript . . . read more »
Tom Sunic will be interviewed on the French radio station Radio Courtoisie on Sat. Sep. 25, at 12pm CET / 6am ET. Tom will discuss among other things his recent book, La Croatie : un pays par défaut ? (“Croatia: a country by default?”). Source: Radio Courtoisie Blog. read more »
The following article is the slightly edited version of the speech that Dr. Sunic gave on Aug. 7, 2010 at the festival-conference of the NPD (National Democratic Party), near the town of Goerlitz, Germany as previously announced. The original title in German is Wem nutzt der Krieg in Irak und Afghanistan?”. Related links: The audio archive of Dr. Sunic’s live speech in German can be found here. The German language transcript can be found here. The German language transcript was also published . . . read more »
Dr. Tomislav Sunic, a representative of the American Third Position Party (A3P), will be a featured speaker at a music festival in Germany, on Saturday, August 7, 2010. The event is sponsored by the German nationalist party the National Democratic Party of Germany (NPD). Some well-known European bands will perform, including the British “Brutal Attack,” the German “Sturmwehr”, and others. The title of Dr. Sunic’s speech to be given in German is, Wem nutzt der Krieg in . . . read more »
Dr. Tomislav Sunic has published a new book, written in French, entitled La Croatie : un pays par défaut? (English title, Croatia: A country by default?). In the book, Sunic describes the phenomenon of “suddenness” and “accident” regarding the notion of the political among peoples without stable state structures. Quoting many German, French, Croatian and American authors, Sunic focuses on the study of Croatia before broadening his analyses and examining the “false identities” . . . read more »
The Voice of Reason Broadcast Network is pleased to replay four speeches given at the first National Conference of the American Third Position Party (A3P), which was held Sat. Jun. 19, 2010. Speech by Dr. Tomislav Sunic 7 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 32 min. Speech by Dr. Kevin MacDonald Dr. MacDonald says that White working class and middle class people are the natural constituency of the A3P 4 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 20 min. Speech by A3P Chairman Bill Johnson 7 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 33 min. . . . read more » | mp3 »
From June 6 to June 14, Dr. Tom Sunic, professor, author, translator and member of the Board of Directors of the American Third Position, will have a book tour in Canada. Tom will also give a few interesting lectures. See below his itinerary and the titles of his talks. His host is Paul Fromm from CAFE (Canadian Association for Free Expression). For more information re the dates and venues, please call: 905-274-3868 Dr. Sunic will be signing his new books Homo americanus: A Child of the Postmodern . . . read more »
Tom Sunic May 29, 2010 Political mores often reflect sexual attitudes. Conversely (and more commonly) political environment affects sexual mores. In our so-called best of all worlds, “free love” has become an aggressive ideology transmitted by left-wing opinion makers. The underlying assumption, going back to the Freudian-Marxist inspired student revolts of 1968, is that by indulging in wild sex a muscled regime can be muzzled and any temptation for an authoritarian rule can be tamed. Palaver . . . read more »
Rapaille Media Reporter Thierry Vanroy interviews Dr. Tomislav Sunic in Antwerp, Belgium on the day of the anti-imperialist dinner-debate of the New Solidarity Alternative (Nieuw-Solidaristisch Alternatief, i.e. N-SA.be). read more »