The Inevitability of Technocentrism

The term “technocentrism” refers to a value systems that places a exceedingly high premium upon technology (in some variants, to the extent that it is second only to survival itself) and continuous technological development as well as the firm belief (some would even go so far as to call it a “faith”) that man should […]

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The Great Hollywood Implosion & “Blaming The Victim”

“All sorts of wrong. All sorts of confusion.” Such were the words uttered by the well known Australian entertainment reporter, Peter Ford in a recent interview concerning the Kevin Spacey sex scandal which came on the heels of the Weinstein Affair which unleashed a floodgate of sexual assault allegations that seems to be unraveling the […]

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Məhshinēk Horryr, Prt.2

To the machine, performative contradiction is anathema. Theoretical contradiction is nonexistent.  -Məhshinēk Horryr, Prt.1 The Scourge of Neo-Luddism In our previous installment we looked into the pervasive aversion to The Machine and ventured into the labyrinth of the intentionalizing instinct, that primal inclination to attribute agency (and often malevolence) to the inanimate (rocks, bushes, machines) […]

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Wolfman’s Activism & Entertainment – Salis Reynolds

Blake and Vennesa are joined by Silas Reynolds of Identity Dixie to discuss Identity Dixie, Southern Nationalism, talking to normies, segregation, manners, urban decay, and more. Download Wolfman’s Archives

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Hieroglyphic Ire and Monolithic Representation

The internet’s propensity for time-compression fosters a sense of palpable immediacy. One no longer wants things soon, or, quickly, but now. As such the desire for a suitably curt response is fed into a matrix of intensifying entropy. As information processing capabilities increase so does the corresponding speed at which the information being processed can […]

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