Rhyd Wildermuth's essays on Immediatism Podcast

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Egregores, Luddites, and fascism. Now, enjoy three essays by druid Rhyd Wildermuth on Immediatism. In "The World Without Forms" (originally published in Black Seed 5), Rhyd teaches about the Egregores which may have informed Stirner's theory of spooks, and which we create and maintain in the systems around us. In "A New Luddite Rebellion," Rhyd explains how our particular situation in relation to technology at this moment in time is similar to the situation in which the Luddites found themselves. Listen to discover the "ritual invocation we must perform to take back what we've watched slowly sold off of our lives with each new screech of the devil's bagpipes," and what may happen if we fail. "The Future Is Fascist" is Rhyd's response to the left narrative that the right is reactionary. Rhyd argues that fascism is built into capitalism as its logical end. Rhyd's background is as an anarchist, nihilist, and pagan, and he is the cofounder and managing editor of Gods and Radicals.
The World Without Forms
A New Luddite Rebellion
The Future is Fascist
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Remember when they tried to cancel him for saying anarchists should be against letting fascist appropriate things, and for writing against liberal-identity politics

They finally did. This kind of farce is also performed in China, which arouses fascism. Now I think that nothing can be solved simply in the network debate. Network siege is just what vulgar people are good at. It was a kind of Protestant moral fanaticism, believing that they could do anything because of the belief that "evil holds authority.". Those who do not conform to their morality are likely to be stigmatized and bullied by public opinion because they are complicit with "evil authorities".
This provides the poor with a laissez faire environment in which they become illiterate, and then the economic, legal and technological elites take control of authority. Intellectuals and elites use populism to bring down dissenters, and then, on the other hand, the popular "justice" movement oppresses themselves. This is the American background of "democratic anarchism".
Of course, many people can be bystanders in other countries, but it is also left to the poor to suffer in such an environment. I think it is not enough to rely solely on ideological propaganda, activists and political incitement. But I don't know what to do. My wife and I only have $269 a month, and then I'm fuckin 'worried about Americans, and then I'm ridiculed and insulted. Maybe people should learn to take on their own responsibilities.

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