"The main problem in Europe and for the whole Western world is we are in a deep spiritual crisis and nobody as yet has discovered it. If you want to understand what's going on in the world today, you need to have a spiritual dimension. You cannot understand only from a political point of view … Continue reading Our Deep Spiritual Crisis: Are Satanists Now the “Good Guys” in the Fight Against Evangelical Right-Wing Extremists?
https://youtu.be/rynxqdNMry4 by Tim Duff Tonka Bay, Minnesota edited by O Society August 13, 2019 By the beginning of 1969, the counterculture began to splinter and turn more contentious. The November 1968 election of Richard Nixon brought about a counter-reaction. Eight years of Democratic liberalism ended with this Republican's election as president. The high era of … Continue reading WOODSTOCK 50 YEARS TAKING STOCK/ OUR RECLAMATION
by Angelo Guisado edited by O Society August 13, 2019 On April 16, 2019, a video surfaced depicting a group of armed white males detaining at gunpoint a large group of purported migrants. Operating in the pitch black of night somewhere in New Mexico, these individuals kidnapped and held captive dozens of Latinx individuals, many … Continue reading Necessary to the Security of a Free State
by Ben Steele edited by O Society August 12, 2019 There is no end to people complaining about technology and new media. It isn’t limited to luddites and other varieties of reactionaries. One hears all kinds of views why the world is going down the crapper, from high-minded critiques from academics to your mother’s nagging … Continue reading Reading In All Media
8chan is not unique: selection biases and online psychology mean all unmoderated forums will devolve by Keith Spencer edited by O Society August 10, 2019 he website 8chan, an image and message board modeled after 4chan but committed to even less moderation, is in the news again after the revelation that the El Paso shooter used … Continue reading Why Unmoderated Online Forums Always Degenerate Into Fascism
I'll tell you the story of Donny the Clown Who worked in a circus that came through town. His shoes were too big and his hat was too small, But he just wasn't, just wasn't funny at all. He had a trombone to play loud silly tunes, He had a green dog and a thousand … Continue reading Donny the Clown on Poetry Corner Street Fight
by Anis Shivani edited by O Society August 7, 2019 As repulsive as it might be to take the manifesto of the El Paso murderer seriously, we must tos abjection aside and take a close look at it. For a 21-year old, it’s quite well articulated, beyond the reach of most American college students in terms of linking … Continue reading Fascist Violence Goes Mainstream