We Are Heading Towards Late Rome


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3 Responses to We Are Heading Towards Late Rome

  1. Kendal Eaton says:

    at last! feminists with whom one can have a bi-lateral conversation! i will qualify this statement in an article later. i just spent 2 hours typing out a response before the site crashed and lost it. karma? or the mystic power of celestial feminism? don’t jump to conclusions – assumption is for idiots.

    • Kendal Eaton says:

      i retract my first statement – i thought it’s opening statements were refreshing but it later descends into the predictable stereotype of feminism that i think is an ongoing danger – along with underestimating the propensity of youths to understand and keep private their world-views, which they invariably DO NOT FORM AND EXPRESS in public education arenas. older generations would have no clue how to even access their personal views on social media, such is their adeptness to cover their tracks away from authoritarianism, of which this is a subversive totally un-self-aware exponent. i think its actually dangerous and undermining to both realistic outlook and even feminist aims. unchallenged feminism has not progressed since Norman Mailer failed miserably to bring them around the same table in “town bloody hall’ 1971. this kind of failure to objectively look at historical context actually ferments the paranoia they are proposing to address. i feel an article coming on

  2. Cy Lester says:

    Please bully me, Camille! Come over here, any time. Is the UK too late for Late Rome?
    Listening to the Goons in childhood: he do the Goons in different voices. At eighty.

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