The Necessary (Symbolic) Death of Trump
June 21, 2021 • Juice Money
Without the symbolic death of Trumpism via a stolen election and usurpation of the “spirit” of the People, it will never be repeated, and thus die a symbolic death in public opinion as the historical necessity is not realized by the public without being forged by this traumatic symbolic death. Central to this is idea is Hegel’s theory of the role of repetition in history: “a political revo
Nondual Nietzsche
February 13, 2021 • Mullah Nasruddin
The basic premise of nonduality is that man is a localization of an absolute self-governing whole identical with the totality of nature and existence. The teleological implication is that man may align himself with the interests of the whole and thereby bring personal suffering to an end. As he is man perceives himself as a separate being and as such his consciousness acts to further distinguish h
Spiritual Aryanism
January 31, 2021 • Mullah Nasruddin
Very few souls have walked on the earth with such inspired madness for life as Nietzsche. He is a rare person whose writings have the religious urgency to awaken that which has been tranquilized within you by rotting cultures and faiths. His voice echoes off the page and through to the back of your skull. Hearing his words have the impact of bouncing off unreceptive dullards to no avail and striki
Americanism
July 15, 2020 • Mullah Nasruddin
Americanism is the well-documented phenomenon of universalizing the particular. Americanism is the failure to recognize that American habits, preferences and values belong uniquely to the North American context. Americanism is the confiscation of all historic traditions and their substitution by 18th French Revolution ones. Americanism is a way of thinking that removes the dissimilitudes between c
The Law As A Fetish
July 14, 2020 • John Brown
What is the basis for American Law? I examine the basis of American Law through fetishism, the expansion of the law as an obsession to cover its impotency, and the thorny question of Constitutional Authority. While I critique the transcendent basis of the Constitution, I do admire the strict interpretation of civil liberties encoded within. Furthermore, I quote Nietzsche out of the context he dese
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