Conflict is deeply ingrained in the human mind. Like a cloud of electrically charged particles, it remains potential and shapeless, in an ideal resting state. When it is given ideological … Continue reading Mediatic facts and controlled demolitions from across the Rubicon
Hitler: one of the few people in Modern History who have ascended to almost purely memetic status. Che Guevara and Mahatma Gandhi come close, but none of them have gone … Continue reading Birds of prey have no friends: the first anti-Capitalist War
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The Futurist Manifesto was first published in 1909. It was written by Italian poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, a celebration of speed, youth, violence and technology. It was also a declaration … Continue reading Futurist rioting, conceptualism and sensuality
As we’ve explained before, when a conflict arises, the possible positions to be taken in regards to it, its memetic frame, is previous to the choice of sides by the … Continue reading Geopolitical Change Denialism
Today’s the last chapter of this series on the Communist Manifesto. Staying true to the form of the past weeks, this finale will analyze the memetic history of the third … Continue reading CUSC: wokeness, technoutopia, and outdated futures
In the last posts we talked about Reactionary Socialism and its three variants. Marx and Engels were somewhat appreciative of the critic posed by the reactionaries to the Bourgeois State. … Continue reading Revolution defanged: Bourgeois Conservative Socialism
In our last post, we went through two of the strains of Reactionary Socialism described by Marx and Engels, feudal and petty-bourgeois socialism. Today we will discuss a third variant, … Continue reading Men Towards the Ruins: German Socialism