Happy Slaves: A Duologue on Multicultural Deficit
In this duologue, William Anselmi and Kosta Gouliamos bring to a head their racial revisioning of the stale concepts of (multi)cultural politics. They discuss and dissect the irrationalities and destructiveness that have undermined the modern techniques of the neocolonial elites and demonstrate how these hegemonic elites have brought about social disruption and ethnocultural extermination on a scale never before conceivable. Instead of being an anti-thesis to the elites' practices, 'Happy Slaves' seeks to establish an organic critical apparatus. Such an apparatus is essential if citizens are ever to gain control over the dehumanised fantasies and aggressions that threaten to enslave the entire world.
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