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From the New World
Malcom Kyeyune: The Parasitic Middle Class
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Malcom Kyeyune: The Parasitic Middle Class

Plus Yarvin, Roe v Wade, and The End of the World as We Know It
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Malcom Kyeyune is a columnist for Compact magazine and contributor to Unherd. In this show we discuss working class politics, education gaps, caste, universalist ideologies, burnham and elite theory, decivilazation, the threat of autocracy and anarchy, curtis yarvin, civil war, historicism, and network states.

Malcom in Compact:

https://compactmag.com/columnist/malcom-kyeyune

Malcom on twitter:

https://twitter.com/Tinkzorg

Curtis Yarvin on Elves and Hobbits:

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You can only lose the culture war
The customary color-coding of the culture war is boring. Let’s get Tolkien-pilled and talk not about red and blue, but hobbits and elves. (While not forgetting the fact that for the two centuries before 1980 or so, red—the color of anger—was the color of the…
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Our discussion:

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Curtis Yarvin: Summoning The Best People, Rebuilding the World that Worked
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A short explainer:

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Let Me Subjugate You If You Want To Be Free
Curtis Yarvin is a very interesting figure because he loves saying the quiet part out loud, almost all the time (in many cases correctly). This is why it’s weird for people to think he isn’t doing exactly that when he has the slightest bit of metaphor. Hence the chaos of people reacting to…
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Podcast with Samo Burja:

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Samo Burja: Patterns of Destruction and Structures of Rebirth
Listen now (130 min) | Samo Burja is the founder and president of the consulting company Bismarck Analysis, a Research Fellow at the Long Now Foundation and a Senior Research Fellow in Political Science at the Foresight Institute. He is also the writer of the Bismarck Brief newsletter, linked below…
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The Network State by Balaji Srinivasan:

https://thenetworkstate.com/

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