Arktos was generous enough to allow me to include some photos in Hated and Proud. These are dispersed throughout the text and appear in black and white. However, given that color plays such a significant role in the book, I would like to share them here in all of their glory. In the coming days… Continue Reading
14. The neo-liberal State governs not so much by making specific demands on the body but by controlling bodily access to, and use of, space and infrastructure. It needn’t tell us in overtly dominating terms, “Go Here Now!” because we will go where we are supposed to be without ever thinking beyond the choices that… Continue Reading
A new essay, “The Pathos of Proximity: Violent Writing Part One,” has been published in Trigger Warning, Issue #5: The Dystopia Issue. Before anyone sends me more hate mail for continuing to associate with Rachel Haywire, please note that any collective radical enough for James LaFond is worthy of my time. While a quick perusal… Continue Reading
Having just stated that Romanità, and its uses by Evola and fascism, is a form political modernism, I must make clear why I continue to call it counter-modern. As I explained in the Introduction, fascism is a complex mixture of political modernism and counter-modern, or Counter-Enlightenment, philosophy. In other… Continue Reading
Within five minutes of sending Counter-Currents an essay on the intellectualization and counter-socialization of a young mind, what the bourgeois world calls “homeschooling,” I was being beaten with two plastic hockey sticks. My son might not know it exactly, but his hyper-violence is an active and formidable break on the becoming-bourgeois demanded of him by… Continue Reading
Destroying the old world through revolutionary transgression is often presented in these pages as if it is less an action of gesture than one of language. This, of course, is incorrect, as gesture and language cannot be compartmentalized as homogenous zones of the event. Discourse and action/narrative and behavior are coterminous. If it appears otherwise… Continue Reading
Yesterday I woke up with a recollection at least 10 years old. Time-scaling the processes of thinking gives lie to the image of thought as the instantaneous interplay of representations between corporeal assemblage and mental cognition – some thoughts take 10 years and exhaust the world’s terrains to make themselves known! Marx’s Eighteenth Brumaire, I… Continue Reading
There are those who see subjectification as the impossibility of revolt, and others who see it as the creation of a warfront on every single aspect of life. Some seek shelter in semiocratic slavery; others, however, go to war.