can’t get enough of the fascism, apparently, so here are some more interesting readings on that. one by bonanno and a famous one by umberto eco (this is a longer piece, but you can just read the numbered items, that start more than half way through the piece, if you like).
two pieces from dark mountain #2
consensus and other realities
coming to our animal senses (talk with david abram)
for a more up-to-date and fast paced peek at adam curtis’s thinking (also to laugh at the interaction between curtis and brand, which just get better up to the end), here is a podcast episode. take notes, as we will have nothing to refer to otherwise!
we’ll be watching an episode of an adam curtis documentary (probably one of the episodes from century of the self). he’s done a ton of series, and i encourage folks to watch many. they’re pretty dense, and funny (brit humor), and not anarchist at all, but provocative for us. Even if we’ve already figured some of his points out, his spin is interesting.
(some of his series: century of the self, power of nightmares, the trap, all watched over by machines of loving grace, bitter lake, and hypernormalisation. most are available on youtube.)