When Human Capitalism Crumbles

By Corey Wolf. Corey can be found on Twitter @DrCoreyWolf In 1528 Mughal invaders toppled a Hindu temple to Lord Ram in Ayodhya, India and erected the Baburi mosque. Centuries later on December 6, 1992, Hindu politicians led a rowdy crowd to the Baburi mosque and extracted revenge; a crowd of hundreds of thousands rendered…

Silent Running + Friday Reads

Can you hear me? Can you hear me running? Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling you? In the ‘80s, there was a pop song called Silent Running. It was not tied to the ’70s film of the same name, but it was a cool title. You might have said then you…

A Bugman’s Life

The animated movie is Disney’s bread and butter for providing family entertainment. Parents take their kid to a theater for some popcorn and watch a new offering that becomes an instant classic or see a re-released classic that connects parent and child, creating a shared childhood experience across the age gap. What happens when Disney…

America’s Ayodhya: Hindutva’s Lessons for the March on the Capitol

By Nick Pacek After months, even years, of increasingly heated and apocalyptic rhetoric, right wing protestors storm a “sacred” building after instigation by a leader who did not think they would actually follow through on it. A nation looks on captivated as events unfold on television, watching as the crowd discovers that, when they push…

Blue Lives Matter

After several weeks on lockdown, during which time I was forced to work exclusively from home, I had developed a savage attack of “cabin fever” worse than any case of the fabled “WuFlu” ever could have been. The walls were closing in, and I ached to break free. Serendipitously, a good friend of mine, one…

Criminalizing Complaints + Friday Reads

With the American regime hyping up the Reichstag Fire of 2021, the media is in full sales mode for the domestic terrorism laws that the regime wants to implement. Per the Washington Monthly, Rep. Adam Schiff, he of Russiagate and Impeachment fraud fame, has a bill that defines domestic terrorism as anything involving plots that…

Regime Problems

The Sun proposed that we are seeing regime consolidation. Hard not to read the news feeds and agree. Big Tech is hardening the monopolies for information dissemination as quickly as possible. Corporations are claiming they will not allow donations to politicians who supported the insurrection. The FBI is now activated to hunt down insurrectionists. The…

Priming The Cult

Submitted by a polite observer Earlier this year, the Sun had a nice rundown of why the ’20s will be a grand time for cults. Watching the events of 2020, it was easy to see the big cult that was growing before our eyes. The Woke Cult stepped out of online spaces and campuses and…

Pogging Out on Capitol Hill: Frictionless Semiotic Control

By @LemurianTime I was enjoying the show at the Capitol the other day, however like so many others I simply viewed it as a performative act. Not one that’s meaningless, but out of desperation. Nonetheless the Capitol building is a symbolic space of power. There’s optics to be spoken of, all kinds of perspectives that…

Regime Consolidation + Friday Reads

Let us cover the Trump Putsch. What else could there be to possibly talk about today, this weekend or this month? Hank and Fred both provided great essays on the events of January 6th. The two stories of the 6th are that 1) a violent insurrection was attempted against our sacred democracy and 2) a…