We are joined by very special guest James Fox Higgins to discuss the Slavoj Zizek and Jordan Peterson debate.
We discuss the spooky extremism of reducing immigration, post-Russiagate depression and the new empowered mothers making their own porn.
The Guardian’s anarchist-friendly writer Jason Wilson is very upset again.
It’s difficult to put into words what exactly is so great about Risk of Rain 2; there is simply a certain kind of magic you can feel when playing someone else’s lovingly crafted passion project.
The mass acceptance of refugees into Europe was criticised by many on the left and the right, however the elite saw it (and in many cases still do see it) as essential economic stimulus to prevent financial collapse.
We discuss the rise of minor parties in Europe, how the trend applies in Australia and to the results of Saturday’s state election and the upcoming Australian federal election.
We explore some Neoreactionary schools of thought and their support for Democratic Presidential candidate Andrew Yang (Otherwise known as YangGang2020).
The original conception of a just society according to Western philosophy does not arise out of the liberal enlightenment idea of an inherent liberty of the individual.
The foe here is not Islam or nationalism, but instead neoliberalism and their imposition of internationalism.
The atomised individual finds no interest in the greater good of his fellows.
Pop & Locke editor Jack explains the situation regarding Milo Yiannopolous being granted a visa to Australia and some of the arguments the Home Affairs Department and other political figures used to advocate rejecting him.
While the forces we come up against are certainly great, it is through an analysis of both history and the present that we can see that despite all this, there exists reasons to be hopeful.