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Elon Schmuck sin't smart...

He is a con man.

A Technocratic Huxter...

WEF class of 2008 and World Government.

I am way smarter than him... I am just not a greedy materialistic man.

I am a musician and Inventor.

Around the World in 4 Hours

With absolute Zero Emissions

https://fritzfreud.substack.com/p/around-the-world-in-4-hours

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Thanks for this piece.

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Your Tweets were one thing that made me keep my Twitter account probably longer than I should have. I finally had to delete it once I fully realized who Musk truly was. Excellent writing as usual although I feel a bit odd saying that as clearly you’d be a far better judge of good writing than me. Truly enjoy your work though! Please keep it up!

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Apr 9, 2023Liked by A.R. Moxon

Best advertisement ever, I'm in.

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Well, I have already coaxed out a display from ArmaLite Moron where he proves he is not a leftist, and is in fact an anti-marxist reactionary, so I no longer need to do that. But the absurdity from this illiterate to call "Catturd" (a center-right shitposting account) a "far-right reactionary" (when in fact I have PROVEN that Moxon is the one who holds reactionary positions).

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Ben, have you considered upgrading to a paid subscription to support my work here?

Congratulations on establishing your devastating proofs.

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Apr 8, 2023Liked by A.R. Moxon

Got me to check out Substack. Thank you for spreading the word.

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Medium rare. The way I like it. So it hits my brain well done. Bought the book a few weeks ago, will be starting it Monday after minor surgery. I will probably sub after I get through it. Fixed income geezer who has to spend dinero wisely. If I subbed to everyone whose writing I like I wouldn't have money to eat. Thanks for this missive. @harrissocal

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Apr 9, 2023·edited Apr 9, 2023Author

Tom, thank you so much for getting my book, and I hope you really enjoy it. If you're on a fixed income, please be extra-mindful about subscribing to paid, almost every bit of this is available for free and whatever isn't I'd be more than happy to comp you for. I keep it that way specifically because I don't want anyone to feel compelled to pay for any reason other than that they are able to and want to, and please believe me when I tell you that the fact you read what I write is payment enough.

If you enjoy the book and getting it signed is something that would interest you DM me on twitter and we'll work out getting that done for the cost of postage. Best to you and hope all goes well with the surgery.

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You shamed him into doing something right, and I appreciate it!

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haha I doubt it was me but I'll take it!

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This was absolutely brilliant. It helped encourage me to finally download the Substacks app to try it out. Thanks! 👍

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Apr 8, 2023Liked by A.R. Moxon

You made me laugh. I love it.

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Funny how Billionaires and Millionaires want us to use the metric of wealth as measure of smartness and value.

It is conceivable that people could look upon Millionaires and Billionaires as a menace to society. A virus that destroys and consumes until there is nothing left of value for the people who live in the world.

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"...the way you build the world’s biggest fortune is by constantly promising grandiose solutions to problems that would be devastating to systems that allow you to build fortunes via sabotage...

Maybe most “disruptions” that people already enriched by the status quo engage in ***are meant to disrupt progress, not create it***."

Maybe (just spitballin' here), the goal is to make apartheid a global franchise outfit, so that the money hose is kept spewing (which is a nice perk, and a handy tool), but ultimately to facilitate the construction and maintenance of an archipelago of gated communities staffed by serfs world round.

Back in the good ol' days of imperial Rome, the wholesome family fun of dismembering those riff-raff who deserved to be dismembered was kept in the confines of well-appointed stadia, which afforded knee-slapping guffaws, and kept the splattering of blood and entrails contained for easier clean-up.

Latter-day apartheid types have inverted the architectural geometry, thanks in part to the felicitous inventions of ubiquitous video recording and social media, and of course the AR-15, so now every schoolroom and public square is the Colosseum. This allows every emotionally stunted slobbering apartheid aspirant to become a gladiator, dismembering the riff-raff who deserved to be dismembered, and they get to freeze frame the splattered blood and entrails, to share it with the like-minded instantaneously and globally. Mass murder gets the views. It is the highest form of entertainment for the fascist crowd (note the throngs who made a picnic Sunday out of every lynching), because it is gruesome, not in spite of it.

And this gruesome glee is integral, not incidental to the nouveau apartheid project.

Like, ferreal ferreal, Bannon tried to establish a gladiatorial stable in Italy, and MTG-- who is functionally illiterate in English- wears garb emblazoned with 'molon labe'; I mean, I get the impression that you and I each have a penchant for absurdist humor, with a dash of the surreal for flavor, but what are we supposed to do with such garbled psychosis made corporeal?

The broadcast display of improvised human abattoirs really amps the dopamine, inciting veritable paroxysms of Onanism. Never doubt the psychosexual pathology at play in all this, from the hoarding of Krugerrands, to caressing rifle barrels, the chanting of slurs and slogans in ecstatic mob rituals, and the necrophilic element of every genocide.

In other words, our vanguard of nouveau apartheid, the fascist crowd, are way more fucked-up, in every way, three ways from Tuesday, than most people of liberalish sensibilities are comfortable acknowledging.

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Apr 9, 2023·edited Apr 9, 2023

When Adorno wrote "The Authoritarian Personality" he was talking about "people" like you. Gun control is fascist. I don't have time to walk you through 500 years of bourgeois philosophy to explain why, just read Rousseau, Sieyes, Marx, Luxemburg, Lenin, and Weber, in that order. You aren't a liberal, you're a fascist. The actual "pathology" at play (there is no such thing as mental "illnesses" read Freud, Deleuze, Foucault) is the anti-social, sexually repressed, "liberal"/""""leftist"""" who does not believe that society should be able to subsume the state to itself (i.e., you are anti-socialist, which is what fascism actually is). You have regressed to the anal stage, so neurotic over preserving "life" (what is actually the chains that bind human beings) that you cannot even see the conditions of your unfreedom, in fact you clamour for more unfreedom.

(Also, you attempt this absurd project of creating some sort of transhistorical fascism/oppression, and I see the trick you are trying to pull. It does not exist. Capital is a new force in history. There is no transhistorical communism, Badiou is wrong, and furthermore, history is always simply dredged up for the present, there is no "objective" connections between current and past events. Read Marx (who, ironically, is commenting on the French dredging up the Romans, just like you) in the 18th Brumaire. See also: Nietzsche in "On the Advantage and Disadvantage of History for Life")

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'there is no such thing as mental "illnesses"'

You may not be the ideal proponent of this claim.

Coherence. It's a thing.

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Benj, are you available for children's parties, and if so what is your rate.

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'Nordic Pagan Soldier'

Do go on.

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Clarence was here for a bad time, not a long time.

Banned and reported.

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Apr 8, 2023Liked by A.R. Moxon

Excellent read. The only reason I stay is the friendships I've made and access to the a of few excellent people I follow but once the writers leave I'll go too.

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That's what keeps me on Twitter, too. I'm seeing communities starting to grow on Mastodon, though.

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