Some sort of samizdat wind effect
Nowhere and Back Again
Last War in Albion
Matthew Celestis September 18, 2014 @
Won't an independent Scotland end up being a neo-liberal capitalist playground, offering generous tax concessions and freedom from regulation to multi-national corporations?
Jack Graham September 18, 2014 @
You mean 'will it be part of the world as it currently exists'? Yes, I expect so.
Anonymous September 19, 2014 @
HA HA HA NO INDEPENDENCE NOW YOUR DREAMS OF BEING BEHIND ESTONIA IN THE EUROPEAN POVERTY LINE ARE OVER NOW
P.S. YOUR BLOG IS SHIT, CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIETY OR SOMETHING
Anonymous September 21, 2014 @
I would suggest that offering a political reading of a widely-consumed piece of popular culture is contributing to society and spreading a preferred ideology through those means would even be a positive contribution, at least in its author's eyes.
Keep up the good work, Jack. Your blog is far from shit and is often eye-opening, and never less than interesting. I'll be following Xenomorph's Paradox closely, too, and realising how utterly simplistic my Marxist reading of Alien was, a few years ago in a university exam.
A Festering Gesture September 24, 2014 @
Fairly long term reader/ spectator here but a non-poster.I'm not on tumblr but I saw you post something re: chartism and lack of good books on thereof. There was, in fact, a book on this a few years back which you didn't mention: http://ammarxists.org/new-on-unkant-dave-black-chris-ford-1839-the-chartist-insurrection/
Don't know if that's of interest to you or not but it's there (don't know if you know about the website or not either – set up by some pissed off ex-SWPers who run a small press publishing hard left books…) I have the book in my possesion but haven't read it yet.
Anyway, keep up with the good work. I've really liked reading the Dr. Who commentary on here and hopefully I'll be able to comment more in future.
Jack Graham September 24, 2014 @
Cheers, I'll check that out.
Obvious Troll September 25, 2014 @
they are bloggers>on the internet>running blogs analysing a childrens show>they take their "analysis" very seriously>they do it for free>they do it because its the only contribution and impact they will have in their pathetic lives>they condemn episodes they don't like because whenever they get upset they have an asthma attack>they delete comments they don't like because they interfere with the backlog of tacky scifi and comics they still have to watch>they will never have real jobs>they will never move out their parents house>they will never be at a healthy weight>they will never know how to cook anything besides a hot pocket>they will never a have a girlfriend>they will never have any friends>he does it because it's the only
Matthew Celestis September 26, 2014 @
Well I like them anyway.
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