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The Prison of Gender – Another False Road to Emancipation

Recently, the Liberal Postmodernist news website Buzzfeed conducted an interview with self-described ‘agender model’ Rain Dove on her life and career. The core of the article focused on how supposedly interesting it is that a woman, born with a bone … Continue reading

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Max Stirner is winning the staring competition

On a crisp autumn afternoon I make my way through a graveyard that is of special importance to me. Various memorials line its uneven paths, punctuated by the occasional ancient mausoleum to a long dead aristocrat or member of the … Continue reading

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Thomas Hitzlsperger and the Humanist Project

Continuing the theme of my previous post referencing Bob Black’s attack on Humanism and in light of the news that retired German international soccer player Thomas Hitzlsperger has ‘come out’, I found a statement by him in relation to this … Continue reading

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Bob Black: Debunking Human Rights

At a fairly recent engagement at The Long Haul Infoshop in Berkeley, California, Anarchist writer Bob Black discussed the impracticalities of  the language of rights and the downright absurdity of the concept in  itself. Bob Black is perhaps most notable for … Continue reading

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There Will Be Blut

In the gardens of the University of Münster there stands a monument that commemorates the German soldiers who fought in the First World War. Atop it stands a stone carving of a German soldier, head encased in stahlnhelm and body … Continue reading

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Genealogical Guff

The sheer lunacy that develops demand for products which markets always oblige to provide for always astounds me. The sense of emptiness and desperation which feeds that lunacy always leads me to despair. With the development of various technologies, newer … Continue reading

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The Placebo of Simulacra

At some point, everyone experiences difficulty, an issue at hand, a struggle which they hope to overcome. These struggles are as varied as the stars, and may take the best part of one’s life to play out; many will not … Continue reading

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