The Capitalism of Tomorrow: Trade and Immigration

Part 3 Trade and Immigration It’s finally time to start talking about specific issues, and I’ve decided to start with some of the most important: trade and immigration. But first, why are they important and how are they related? Trade is important because complete autarky is impossible. Any nation will always be dependent, to some extent, on international trade in...

The Capitalism of Tomorrow: Private Government

Part 2 Neocameralism and Anarcho-Monarchism “There is only one right-wing idea, and that is private government. The rest is detail.”  — Nick Land [1] The simplest way to describe my quintessential political model is “Austrian economic theory applied to feudal power structures and hierarchy”. Through this it is implied, above all, the idea of private government, but furthermore the ideas...

The Capitalism of Tomorrow: Economic Darwinism

Introduction The Capitalism of Tomorrow will be a series of essays describing what I see as the best political and sociocultural circumstances for a free market to prosper without enabling subversion or cultural perversion. These articles are largely based on an old unreleased document I worked on throughout 2019, rewritten and reformatted to better fit my current ideas and platform....

The Matricide Laboratory

“Modernity invented the future, but that’s all over. In the current version ‘progressive history’ camouflages phylogenetic death-drive tactics, Kali-wave: logistically accelerating condensation of virtual species extinction. Welcome to the matricide laboratory.” “No Future” (1995), in Fanged Noumena, p. 392, Nick Land With the Corona-crisis well underway and serving as a catalyst for The System’s next step towards global consolidation of power,...

The Upbringing of Ideas and the Extrapolation of Capitalism

Civilization is not driven by spontaneity. Concepts are created based on that which exists in the world, as well as that which has already been created previously. With every new concept springing from at least two pre-existing ideas, all creation is fundamentally unoriginal. The upbringing of abstractions is what determines their originality (and, consequentially, their potential) in practicality. The further...