Or, “Weaponized Artism” I took a college class in Asian Art History years ago, which, at least in the history of India, could be renamed “History of Muslims’ Destruction of Art.” It struck a chord that resonated with me: centuries of religious/cultural monument-building and craft paved over by a new dynasty of foreign warlords, and … More The Poetic Right
If the London attack had occurred in any other city or town of England, it would have been three times the tragedy. Because beyond the ideologically walled city of London, the English people are fighting for their sovereignty and for an end to these attacks, while the people of London, most of them, are fighting … More Do You Hear Them, Now?
I wish Milo Yiannopoulos had fallen from grace under different circumstances, but that’s a luxury we don’t have. It’s safe to say that nobody on the hard right cared about what he was saying, a lot of us have some qualms with the “free speech” he touts, and (because his opinions and speeches were nothing … More And Just Like That, The Narrative Changes
While I may expand upon this topic in a video later, I feel that urge to post something and while this does not pertain to any real current issue or hot topic, it is a notion in our evolving culture that must be properly framed. Techne is a Greek term that most closely means art or craft/craftsmanship, … More Techne