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The Bitterest Stagg Doo in History

Being an MA student at the crumbling and ever deluded faux-red brick institution of Aberystywyth University aka “The oxford of Wales” (according to some overly talkative Swansea cunt of a cleaner that I met in the A and E of Redditch last year) I am firmly placed in the ranks of the third rate jobless…

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In the Port of Amsterdam – Part 2

We woke up surprisingly early that morning, emptied our stomachs and chewed on magic mushrooms while trying to find the elusive Vondel Park. Occasionally, the Indian man would speak up and ask, “Where’s Morris?”: I think he was talking about Sean, our conversations with him the night before were still floating in our minds as…

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Chilly Days in Amsterdam

((Hello, this is my section man. Doobies section. This is High Rantings with Doobie Oh Dayum. A psychedelic carnival of great ideas and exciting characters that I think I met. I probably did. Or maybe not. This one’s about a trip to Amsterdam.)) PROLOGUE   Chilly days in the port of Amsterdam, I can faintly recall poured…

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Noam Chomsky, Hero or Zero?

The definitive voice of the anti-globalisation movement will undoubtedly be that of the philosopher extraordinaire, anarcho-angel and language boffin Noam “gnome baby” Chomsky. Known for his ever poignant critique of modern state capitalism and wage slavery, his works will almost certainly be as important to future revolutionary movements as Rousseau was to the French Revolution…

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Ayn Rand: A Portrait of Disgrace

Few  thinkers have done as much to accelerate the degeneration of morals of Western society as Ayn Rand, the Russian-born reactionary who fled the wonders of the USSR for the depraved capitalist ways of America, which she so zealously lionized in her most famous works of libertarian agitprop, The Fountainhead, and the notoriously wretched Atlas…

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The British Class System

  Once upon a time the British Class System to observers was clear-cut and made complete and utter sense. Let us turn firstly to feudal society before the British Isles were formally known as Great Britain; you had the king, the nobles, the Lords, the Knights,  the barons and the peasants your social status couldn’t…

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The Graduate Blues

Has anyone got the graduate Blues? We’ve all had three years of an amazing experience, the experience of our lives. We’ve had intellectual conversations, smoked copious amounts of cannabis experimented with every drug under the sun, woke up at 3 in the afternoon as a routine of habit all whilst living in the immediate doing…