The road to (electronic) serfdom

Despite its wild exaggeration of Trump's role in the apocalyptic process it describes, this video is well worth watching.


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Published on Jul 5, 2018

Novelist Derek Swannson’s exploration of isolation from mainstream society as a remedy to America’s increasingly unaffordable suburban lifestyle in a world gone mad with consumerism and grift.
“What do you do when corporate America and its entire MKULTRA culture seems to be aligned against you? Well, if you’re like me, you opt for isolation—or ‘silence, exile, and cunning,’ as James Joyce put it. You find out what it’s like to live a simple life, all alone.”
Written, narrated, and (for the most part) filmed and recorded by Derek Swannson.  His books can be found—ironically enough—at: https://www.amazon.com/Derek-Swannson…

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Satie II
Performed by Big Blood
From the album Strange Maine

Gnossienne No1
Performed by Trans Alp
From the album Après Quatre Pièces d’Erik Satie

Salade Gnopedique (Satie Meets Creshevsky)
Performed by Zreen Toyz
From the album Sound Drops

The Mysterians
Performed by The Fucked Up Beat
From the album Rust Belt (1961)

The Trollenberg Terror
Performed by The Fucked Up Beat
From the album Rust Belt (1961)

The Slow Death of Irony
Performed by The Fucked Up Beat
From the album Apparatus for Controlling
the Mechanism of Floating Vessels

Train Whistle Forget-Me-Nots
Performed by The Fucked Up Beat
From the album Apparatus for Controlling
the Mechanism of Floating Vessels

Stories About the World That Once Was
Performed by Chris Zabriske
From the album Music from Neptune Flux

Solitude
Performed by Moloko Velocet
From the album Dead Bees Record Sampler #9

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