Hey “Gagger”, I see you. Cheer up. Congratulations on being the seemingly least debauched member of that scene (not that that is difficult to accomplish). Unless someone else wants to prove that they’re not a symptom of Weimerica? Ah I love running the most absurd tinder account in the world.

Here are the final pages of that Dugin book: In light of my preceding posts on it you might start to get the idea in your head that Russia today isn’t exactly different from our stereotypical conception of the USSR (rife with propagandistic trickery). This won’t be viscerally disconcerting to many since he’s pushing theContinue reading

I can intuit how Russians and the Chinese would respond if we began a formal eugenics program here. They would be extremely worried. They are both hoping to overturn the world-order and crush America. If we decided to pivot in a direction of ascension rather than continue to help the third-world instead that would alsoContinue reading

Found some excerpts from that book on Platonism also translated this year: Russia must choose its path quickly, because “ahead are a crisis and the quick end of the known order.” And, in the next essay, “Plato’s Relevance for Russia and the Platonic Minimum,” Dugin proposes mass education in the political philosophy of Plato. ThoseContinue reading

If Dugin still holds to the initiative he advocated in the 90s to destroy America, to “pay them back in the same coin” for the fall of the USSR, I don’t see why we shouldn’t return the favor. Clearly, whatever doctrines Dugin suggests for his fellow Russians, we should sabotage by propagating the direct oppositeContinue reading

Looks like Dugin is cooking up a noble lie to unite Russia With eleven time-zones I wonder how many ethnoses they have. “Only one!!” orders Dugin. It’s interesting reading this recently translated book of his, Ethnosociology, from a priest’s perspective (everything is interesting from a priest’s perspective).

[Deleuze voice] Philosophy is the creation of concepts: Power does not only delete the text. Power edits it. At least according to Wikipedia, not known for its anticommunist venom, millions died in the famines of Lysenkoist agriculture—driven by a political edit of biology—an idea more dangerous than a hydrogen bomb. “political edit” – nifty