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American anotherhood: Innocence unprotected

19. XI 2016

Post-traumatic subject is a victim who has survived its own death. After the event of symbolic erasure, a new subject emerges and there is no continuity between new and old identity… 1,070 more words

Politics

Choice Illusion

The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow lively debate within it.
Noam Chomsky

#twisdom #control

Twisdom

Heroin & non-consensual capitalism: As the rich get richer, the poor get higher

29. X 2016

Heroin consolidates all your problems into one big one. No more worrying about aggression, repression, poverty, futility, and frustration – just heroin and how to get a hold of it. 1,674 more words

Politics

Capricious Borders: Minority, Population, and Counter-Conduct Between Greece and Turkey

Olga Demetriou offers a fascinating examination of borders and border politics in Western Thrace, a politically significant and historically complex border region in Northern Greece. She focuses upon the Turkish minority of Komotini, the Thracian town in which Demetriou carried out her fieldwork. 892 more words

Book Reviews

Adventures in heterotopia: The things we left behind

25. IX 2016

Invention of a ship is invention of a shipwreck, invention of a plane is invention of a plane crash, and invention of nuclear energy is invention of a nuclear meltdown. 770 more words

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There is something wrong with the future

28.VIII 2016

Give me back the Berlin wall
Give me Stalin and St. Paul
Give me Christ
Or give me Hiroshima
Destroy another fetus now…
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Politics

I have returned there where I had never been

30. VI 2016

Debt and guilt are two intimately related concepts. In some languages (Sanskrit, Aramaic, Hebrew, German) the two words even have the same root — the German makes it particularly explicit: Schulden (debt) vs. 1,039 more words

Politics