Germany: Berlin bookstore shuts down after occultist, alt-right icon event controversy

W/S Inside of Topics bookstore before its closureW/S Book shelvesW/S Browsing M/S Man browsingM/S BooksW/S Books M/S Books M/S Book shelvesM/S Picture M/S Book shelvesW/S Book shelvesM/S Open sign M/S ShuttersW/S Closed W/S Street scene C/U SignSCRIPTTopics bookstore, in the heart of Berlin's Neukoelln neighbourhood closed its doors for good, on Wednesday, after a drop in sales after aborted plans... Еще to host an event exploring the legacy and ideas of the alt-right icon, Julius Evola.News of the bookstore event surrounding Evola, under the caption “revolt against the Modern world” led to a backlash on social media by anti-fascists. Protests were organised against the decision to explore such a contentious character in Berlin’s most multicultural neighbourhood. The Italian occultist and philosopher, Julius Evola, has long been praised by White House chief strategist and former Breitbart news Editor, Steve Bannon.

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