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  • The Myth of Education

    One of the most unequivocal findings re childhood from the ethnographic record is children learning their culture without teaching. ‘Navahos abhor the idea or practice of controlling other beings in the course of everyday life’… Inuit ‘parents do not presume to teach their children what they can as easily learn on their own’… An egalitarian…

  • Anarchism at the End of the World

    An Introduction to the Instinct that Won’t Go Away ‘And now we’ll pull down every single notice, and every single leaf of grass shall be allowed to grow as it likes to.’ Snufkin. Anarchism is the only way of life that has ever worked or ever can. It is the only actual alternative to the pseudo-alternatives…

  • The Myth of Meaning

    What’s the bloody point? Kenneth William’s Last Diary Entry The system is meaningless. It only understands, and only can understand, expansion · · · Meaning comes from conscious being and purposeful doing, both of which are impossible within the system, and violently suppressed when they appear · · · The perfect system is, therefore, comprised…

  • Democrapathy

    Some thoughts on the ultimate futility of democracy…

  • A Brief History of Mass Theft

    A guide to Primitive Accumulation, or how we achieved our wonderful democracy…

  • A Peanut History of Art

    All of art in the time it takes to neatly shell twenty-five peanuts with your feet…

  • Pomotron

    Need a hand becoming a successful, important, well-connected and widely adored modern artist or novelist? Try Pomotron!

  • An Extract from The Apocalypedia

    A look inside the first twenty pages of The Apocalypedia…

  • Teach Yourself Insanity

    An in-depth course, for beginners and advanced students, in nnng nnnng shlaarg fe-qwap…

  • Don’t Take This the Wrong Way

    Some notes on offence, abuse, tone, context and concealing power-relations behind gentility…

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