Here is a study on the plant Cat’s Claw and its potential for preventing/repairing hearing loss after noise damage.
BAP describes how the Classics are weaponized against us by “academics” like Donna Zuckerface.
The plight at the heart of Modernity, the infected wound in our politics and in the heart of Don Quixote, is the incommensurability of our ideology with our world. For Quixote, the void between his ideal and the external world was filled with the available media – books – because the world threatened to negate his ideology. It was easier for him to fall into his escapist fantasies than to synthesize the world with his ideal. This threatened erasure makes the Don, as well as the modern subject, concerned for the erasure of their entire identity.
When Bronze Age Pervert’s famous book Bronze Age Mindset came out two years ago I was happy to help promote it sight unseen. Bronze was always a friend to the anons large and small and was early booster for Faisal account, but the book itself was such a shift of personal Overtong Window, it’s surreal […]
These myriad LARPings – commonly referred to as subcultures – play out in diverse ways, and are astutely characterized by Spenglers discussion of the proliferation of cults. The state of affairs we are concerned with, that of proliferating cults or the endless LARP, manifest when a cultures coherence begins to break down, typically as a result of urbanization and financialization. In an earlier era, when religion imparts a strong sense of shared destiny, citizens operate as a part in a functioning whole whose collective ends -that of the nation – are achieved through the actualization of individual ends.
BAP says that the ownership of space is the fundamental conflict. That conclusion follows easily from the fact that our world is one of limited resources, and that we are limited beings. And because, as Aristotle said, all men are members of polities (unless you are a monster or a god). Thus, the most fundamental conflict in politics is your group’s ownership of space versus another group’s ownership of space.
Michael Anton is not merely a Straussian; he is a former national security official in the Trump administration, speechwriter for Rudy Guiliani, and managing director at Blackrock. It would not be unusual for such a man to write a book review. It would be unusual for him to grant the time of day to something written by a pseudonymous author who calls himself the “Bronze Age Pervert”, alternatively “BAP.” Yet Anton did indeed review the book Bronze Age Mindset for the Claremont Institute, concluding his 5000 word piece: “conservatism is losing. BAP-ism is winning.”