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Jack Graham

Jack Graham writes and podcasts about culture and politics from a Gothic Marxist-Humanist perspective. He co-hosts the I Don't Speak German podcast with Daniel Harper. Support Jack on Patreon.


  1. Matt Moore
    April 21, 2018 @ 2:32 am

    “In a confusion which is very telling, great swathes of the bottom-feeding Right now unthinkingly equate Islam with statist authoritarianism”

    I am not so sure this is unthinking:


    • JamesJaiff
      November 1, 2019 @ 8:48 pm

      Evolution underhand instead of PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

      The leading announcement of BlizzCon 2019 was Diablo 4 – a model continuation of the series seeking PC and consoles.

      The fourth part of the series is frustrate in moving profuse years after Diablo 3. The contend between angels and demons has infatuated millions of lives, and Diablo is about to restore to life. This early the epitome of the the supreme being of darkness bequeath be Lilith, daughter of Mephisto.



  2. Austin G Loomis
    April 21, 2018 @ 1:59 pm

    The crucial word is ‘sharia’, and its many placeholders.

    Ironically (or, y’know, not), many of the people who squawk the loudest about Islamic “sharia law” to any extent would be all in favor of the things they associate with it — gay-bashing, the institution of a state religion, etc. — as long as it was done in the name of the Standard White Jeezus rather than Mohammed. The operative metaphor here, obviously, is Harlan Ellison’s story of the Village Wretch (find the full tale “installment 22” at the link in my name), specifically its moral:

    The person who screams the loudest at having his Bass Weejuns befouled (or his Ox Weejuns gored; whichever comes first), is the clown who’s been besmirching yours for as far back as you can remember.


  3. homunculette
    April 23, 2018 @ 3:06 am

    I’m curious what you think of Adam Curtis, because a lot of what you’re saying here reminds me of Hypernormalization. I don’t think Curtis is a Marxist, so I imagine that’s a significant point of departure for you, but your series of writings on the Austrians and his films have been the most helpful genealogies of the present moment that I’ve seen.


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