Blitzscaling Collapse

Invest in Glorps! Back in January, Christopher Leonard warned in Business Insider “the Fed is popping the 'everything bubble' — and catapulting the stock market into chaos.” Leonard notes that despite price inflation rising at the fastest pace in 40 years and a certifiably uneven recovery from the recession of 2020, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome … Continue reading Blitzscaling Collapse

The Ultimate Trip: Stanley Kubrick, Stanford’s Saturn Cult, and Star Wars Counterculture (Part 2)

According to film historian Vincent Lobrutto: "Since 1958 Kubrick had been intrigued by the subject of thermonuclear war, and lately he was becoming preoccupied with it. Kubrick had reached the obsessive state that slowly overtakes him and culminates in a film project. The idea of an impending nuclear holocaust often crept into his already dark … Continue reading The Ultimate Trip: Stanley Kubrick, Stanford’s Saturn Cult, and Star Wars Counterculture (Part 2)

“The Ultimate Trip”: Stanley Kubrick, Stanford’s Saturn Cult, and Star Wars Counterculture (Part One)

“I tried to create a visual experience, one that bypasses verbalized pigeonholing and directly penetrates the subconscious with an emotional and philosophic content"-Stanley Kubrick on 2001 Introduction: Saturn Devours His Children There is a conspiracy theory among some of the more diehard paranoids online that is usually referred to as “the Black Cube of Saturn.” … Continue reading “The Ultimate Trip”: Stanley Kubrick, Stanford’s Saturn Cult, and Star Wars Counterculture (Part One)

The Price of Neverland Part 5: Racial and Class Dynamics of American Child Abuse

In his book Pedogate Primer: The Politics of Child Abuse, Philip Fairbanks writes about an anonymous pro-pedophilia advocate who goes by the name "PARIAH." One article by PARIAH concern trolls that that immigrant children cannot cross US borders without a guardian or parent present, comparing it to the supposed "Iron Curtain" seperating the Soviet Union … Continue reading The Price of Neverland Part 5: Racial and Class Dynamics of American Child Abuse

The Price of Neverland Part 3: Mass Media and Dissociative Virtuosity

So far I have discussed extensively the impact of pornography, and the “pornofying” of culture in general, on child abuse throughout the West, with particular focus on the United States. But there is another, related trend which is just as important; the proliferation of extreme violence through the mass media and the ease with which … Continue reading The Price of Neverland Part 3: Mass Media and Dissociative Virtuosity

The Price of Neverland Part 2: The Political Economy of Child Abuse

This is Part 2 of a series titled "The Price of Neverland." Part 1 can be read here. There is not only a moral or abstract philosophical dimension to the tolerance and encouragement of child abuse in Western culture. Indeed, the more ephemeral elements of it are rooted firmly in a political economy of child … Continue reading The Price of Neverland Part 2: The Political Economy of Child Abuse

The Price of Neverland, Part 1

“The sexual abuse of children is a crime that our society abhors in the abstract but tolerates in reality.”-Suzanne Sgroi, A National Needs Assessment for Protecting Child Victims of Sexual Assault "Our culture...had embraced a double standard: We were more nervous about sex but more accepting of pornography."-Stephen Singular, Presumed Guilty: An Investigation into the … Continue reading The Price of Neverland, Part 1

Walking Through the Empty Empire: “Havana Syndrome”, Afghanistan, and Millenial Anxieties in the Final Days of the “New American Century”

A 3 dimensional NATO star, one of the most powerful occult symbols of the Western bourgeoisie. It's a sort of synthesis of the swastika with the inverted pentagram. The circle around it is also can be read as the sort of enclosing circle of a sigil & also the cross hairs of a sniper Recently, … Continue reading Walking Through the Empty Empire: “Havana Syndrome”, Afghanistan, and Millenial Anxieties in the Final Days of the “New American Century”