Robert Stark Interviews Al Barna and Randall Ann Homan About San Francisco Neon

Categories: Art, Lifestyle, Podcasts

Al Barna is a San Francisco photographer and artist whose work has been shown in exhibitions at the de Young Museum, the Legion of Honor Museum, the Rayko Gallery, the San Francisco Public Library, and the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. His photography has been published in CA Modern magazine, Society of Commercial Archaeology Journal, […]

People Who Hate Each Other Against the War

Categories: Black Pill, Uncategorized

The following exchange was taken from a 2002 interview with Gore Vidal on Doug Henwood’s WBAI radio show, after Henwood brought it to Vidal’s attention that Tom Metzger was offering videos of one of Vidal’s lectures for sale on his website. Doug Henwood: There is this long-standing, kind of right-leaning nativist critique of Empire and […]

The Accidental Eugenicists

Categories: AltLeft, Tech, Uncategorized

This article is about 1) how a taboo against incestuous reproduction could be used to make the political mainstream comfortable with (explicit) eugenics, and 2) other ethical considerations surrounding human genetic enhancement ā€“ in that order. One must differentiate what I call implicit and explicit eugenics. The implicit version encompasses those things which all people […]

Roger Blackstone: The Politics of Aesthetics

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Architecture, Art, Books, Futurism, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Blackstone speaks as if he were a god, ā€œIā€™m Roger Blackstone. I have dedicated my life to advancing civilization and furthering human progress, from finding cures to deadly illnesses, to radical life extension, to building utopian cities. Imagine a world where you can get on a fast train in Miami and be in New York […]

Belief in Protecting a Particular Society Can Protect a Particular Society

Categories: Cults, Uncategorized

Ramzpaul has a video that’s worth responding to because it repeats one of the common mythological tropes in reactionary circles about how religion (specifically Christianity) functions as a kind of immune system for a nation, protecting it from outside invaders. I don’t want to resort to Reddit tier “correlation does not equal causation” cliches so […]