Educational Formality and Its Abundance

Categories: AltLeft, Futurism, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Obsession with provisioning and protecting children is a trend in the norms of WEIRD societies. In a certain type of person this often leads to an array of strange, inconsistent beliefs. Some complain non-stop about the adult abdication of grown-up responsibilities and simultaneously claim that a 16-year-old engaged in active sexual pursuit of an adult […]

Discussing “Fast Food Fascism” on The Lost Eurasians

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Cults, Futurism, Lifestyle, Podcasts, Uncategorized

We discuss “fast food fascism” (a term coined by Pilleater,) and how people’s spiritual connection with corporate icons will lay the foundation for a new era of neo-paganism. We also talk about the AltRight and its identification with brands and how people have come to associate their beliefs with heroic corporate symbols. Mythologized fictional characters […]

Francis Nally Discusses Fast Food Nationalism

Categories: AltLeft, AltRight, Art, Cults, Futurism, Lifestyle, Podcasts, Race

Francis Nally discusses Fast Food Nationalism (or Fast Food Fascism) on The Stark Truth. Listen Here. Francis’ article Fast Food Fascism & It’s Esoteric Meaning Francis’ Lexicon The “innate fascism” lurking behind crass popular culture The origins behind the unpop art movement and Neofolk The Unpop theme of using pop culture imagery to depict transgressive […]

Richard Register Discusses “Ecocities”

Categories: Architecture, Futurism, Podcasts

Richard Register recently appeared on The Stark Truth podcast to discuss the concept of ecocities with Robert Stark. I did not appear on this episode, but Robert asked me if I had ever been to Arcosanti, since I’m from Arizona. The answer is no. I’ve never been there. It’s kind of far and an out […]

Robert Stark Talks to Brandon Adamson About Skytrain to Nowhere

Categories: Books, Futurism, Lifestyle, Podcasts, Poetry, Uncategorized

Interview is available here – The book is made up of poems resulting from the author’s experiences riding the skytrain at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport – How the book was loosely inspired by Keith Gunderson’s A Continual Interest in the Sun and Sea – Brandon’s style and method of writing poetry – How there is […]