Tag: (Geo)politics

Make America Poopable Again: The Great Toilet Debate That Wasn't
The solution to the transgender restroom debate lies in the question affecting us all: What do we do with our effluents as industrial civilisation collapses?
Jul 11, 2016 14 min read comments
Make America Poopable Again: The Great Toilet Debate That Wasn't
Donald Trump, Anthony Bourdain, and the Plight of their (Indentured) Mexicans
Build a wall and deport undocumented Mexicans? How else could the US' (posh) way of life exist if not off the back of (indentured) Mexican labourers?
Jun 10, 2016 6 min read comments
Donald Trump, Anthony Bourdain, and the Plight of their (Indentured) Mexicans
Note to Bernie Sanders: Something is More Than Rotten in the State of Denmark, and Peak Oil is Coming to Take it Away
Denmark is often lauded as a social utopia, but what might the end of cheap and plentiful energy-dense fossil fuels have in store for such platitudes?
May 31, 2016 9 min read comments
Note to Bernie Sanders: Something is More Than Rotten in the State of Denmark, and Peak Oil is Coming to Take it Away
How a (False?) Flag Debate and a Rent-a-Prime-Minister Assisted New Zealand in Relinquishing its Sovereignty
Place your vote in New Zealand's follow-up rent-a-Prime-Minister flag referendum!
May 25, 2016 9 min read comments
How a (False?) Flag Debate and a Rent-a-Prime-Minister Assisted New Zealand in Relinquishing its Sovereignty
Forget Austerity and Grexit – it's Time for a Gretaway!
Austerity and “Grexits” will increasingly result in people getting triaged from the industrial economy and basics such as food. The alternative? Gretaway! [part 3/3]
Sep 30, 2015 9 min read comments
Forget Austerity and Grexit – it's Time for a Gretaway!
Is Democracy Hitting the Fossil Fuels too Hard?
Fossil fuels have allowed for a modernity that places a stronger inclination on the various guises of narcissism than on genuine civic participation
Jul 14, 2015 7 min read comments
Is Democracy Hitting the Fossil Fuels too Hard?