The Fascism of Madagascar 3

  Champagne plays a large role in our pop-culture psyche. From movies to  elite soiree's, to a quick way to get drunk. Champagne is an important object in the world of prestige and social ladders - it is the one object that separates and divides - even when we're not aware of it. In the magazine The Atlantic, writer Emily Temple says this: Successful marketing during the Industrial Revolution helped to firmly establish Champagne's reputation among the middle class and … [Read more...]

Warm Bodies: Longing for Something That Isn’t There

 'Cinema is the ultimate pervert art. It doesn't give you what you desire - it tells you how to desire' - Slavoj Zizek In the movie Warm Bodies we encounter a movie that follows the overly tired structure of any romantic comedy today. You know, the one where a clan of the undead seek out the last remaining warm-blooded remnant in a virus-laden post-apocalyptic reality overseen by none other than John Malkovich himself. You know, that overused narrative arc where the protagonist is a zombie with … [Read more...]

dont get out of bed!!!!!!!!

John Keating: No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world. Listen, you hear it? - - Carpe - - hear it? - - Carpe, carpe diem, seize the day boys, make your lives extraordinary.Powell: Ha! Did you think you were free? Where were you going at : today? into the gym, right? in the morning, your wake-up call. in the middle of the night when you wake up sweating, with your heart pounding. What is it that has you all tied up, Juha, tied up in little knots? Is it ambition? … [Read more...]

NEW VIDEO: What is Healing? An Alternative View

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Some Politically Incorrect Reflections on Violence

- Click here to watch video 'In our eyes, individual terror is inadmissible precisely because it belittles the role of the masses in their own consciousness, reconciles them to their own powerlessness, and turns their eyes and hopes toward a great avenger and liberator who someday will come and accomplish his mission.' - Trotsky Is not the act of the brutal killing in London an act of insecure utopian myopia? Meaning, the killer wants a world where no soldiers exist to … [Read more...]

What If Ethics is Who We Are & Not What We Do?

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Is That A Gun In Your Pocket Or…..

Youtube Video Link Gun control? We need bullet control! I think every bullet should cost 5,000 dollars. Because if a bullet cost five thousand dollars, we wouldn't have any innocent bystanders. Chris Rock A gun represents power. Safety. Protection. But even more than that, in America, it represents something far more valuable: A Right. The right to bear arms. The right to choose when I should/should not protect myself. The right to defend my property against someone else. The right to claim … [Read more...]

are we but (a)nts losing our nerve

Franco Fornari was an Italian surgeon, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, who served as director of the Psychology Institute of the Department of Literature and Philosophy at the State University of Milan. His interests included group dynamics and social conflict, leading him to research war. In The Psychoanalysis of War, Fornari located the anxieties and psychotic fantasies that govern the behavior of individuals in groups. War, he said, arises from the external projection of an internal danger in … [Read more...]

will.(je)sus.servive.THE CHURCH.

"The eternal extension of God serves, first of all, the objective of enabling each person who loses himself to refind himself in him. But what is then missing is the satisfaction of those who aspire only to be lost, without remission. When Teresa of Avila screamed that she was dying of not dying, her passion, moving beyond any possible barrier, broke an opening that leads into a universe where perhaps there is no composition either of form or of being, where it seems that death rolls from world … [Read more...]

the church are full of perverts.

The pervert claims direct access to some figure of the big Other (from God or history to the desire of his partner), so that, dispelling all the ambiguity of language, he is able to act directly as the instrument of the big Other's will. In this sense, both Osama bin Laden and President Bush, although politically opponents, share a pervert structure: they both act upon the presupposition that their acts are directly ordered and guided by the divine will. - Zizek"Can you discover God's hidden … [Read more...]


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