The Burning Block No. 11 Available Now

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In the eleventh issue of The Burning Block zine, reflections on love, identity and existence are flippantly joked about in 'Universal Basic Bitch.' Julius Evola is interpreted as a sneaky occultist who simply used Guenonian Traditionalism to hide his philosophy of power. Also the notion of tribalism is considered and interpreted through a series of different means and ideological positions.

The Burning Block No. 10 Available Now

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In this tenth issue of the zine of apocalyptic satire that is The Burning Block, a future chronicle of UBI melts down into a simultaneous utopian and dystopian fever dream, a critique of human privilege deconstructs man and his anthropomorphic prejudice through which he has ever tried to beat the universe into submission, and philosophy is discovered to be a mere practice through which folly has been allocated to some avatar or mimetic scapegoat with ever mutating religious fervor.

2-9-2019

Shane

February 9, 2019

2-1-2019

Shane Eide

2-1-2019

Why Tuning Out Of Current Events Is Imperative To Your Mental Health

Shane Eide

December 14, 2018

The Burning Block No. 8 Available Now

Shane Eide

August 12, 2018

God and Guns 4

Shane Eide

July 10, 2018

God and Guns 3

Shane Eide

July 7, 2018