Woke Theory, which is to say Woke Gnosticism, requires identification with the class. Marxist socialists must identify with the workers as a class; feminists must identify with women as a class; antiracists must identify with people of color as a class; and so on. This is because they're Social Gnostics.
Host James Lindsay reads through French Marxist Jean-Paul Sartre's famous summary of Fanon's Wretched of the Earth and shows that decolonization is little more than a Gnostic rebirth ritual perpetrated through murder.
Woke Marxism has no limiting principles. It is, in fact, openly hostile to any such boundary on its own madness. As a result, it possesses no mechanisms to prevent the implementation of the worst possible ideas, as we often see, including in the education of young children.
Host James Lindsay draws from a UNESCO source and explains that "resilience" refers to the opposite of "fragility," which means taking your brainwashing well. Join him to understand why these initiatives are not at all what they seem to sell themselves to be.
In this unhappy episode of the New Discourses Podcast, host James Lindsay reads Haywood's "Foundationalist" manifesto and starts asking some uncomfortable questions about what's really going on behind the "Christian Nationalism" movement and its apparent considerable reservoir of financing.
The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 125 The “Net Zero” and “Sustainability” movements, which no one outside of captured institutions and minds particularly likes or trusts, is advancing…
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which is a joke at best and a powerful tool of defamation that our government and law enforcement agencies take very seriously at worst, has named me an extremist, giving me what appears to be the title "General Hate."
In this philosophical episode of the New Discourses Podcast, host James Lindsay explores four essential dispositions toward being: the Prison of Being, the Tragedy of Being, the Comedy of Being, and the Miracle of Being.
James Lindsay takes you through an academic paper by Emily Drabinski titled "Queering the Catalog" from 2013, showing you exactly how Drabinski intends to use her American Library Association to make libraries sites of Queer Marxist grooming.