Of the Feral Children: A Mayan Farce
January 27, 2013 at 12:39 am (Atheism, Banks, Bataille, Brixton, Cameron, Captivation, China, Chinese, Coalition Government, Creativity, Death, deconstruction, Derrida, Diogenes, Dylan Thomas, Early German Romanticism, Existentialism, feminism, Finance Capitalism, Financial Crisis, Foucault, freedom, Greece, Greek philosophy, Heidegger, Innovation, Judaism, Kate Middeletoon, Lacan, Marxism, negative theology, Nietzsche, Occupy Britain, Occupy Together, Occupy Wales, Occupy Wall Street, Open Rights, philosophy, Poetry, Queen Elisabeth II, Racism, Sartre, Socrates, Spinoza, Squatters, Squatting, Syria, Thrasymachus, Time, Uncategorized, Wall Street, Wittgenstein)
Tags: Aldous Huxley, anarchism. paganism, anonymous, Brixton, dadaism, feral children, financial crisis, Lady Macbeth, London riots, mayan prophecy, Notes from the Underground, Occupy Wall Street, Odyssey, San Pedro Cactus, shamanism
‘From the re-incarnation of a Dadaist Poet fixated on an Edwardian Pornographic photo to the end of British Civilisation in an Apocalyptic Earthquake, this novel sprawls across the devastated landscape of the ‘teens of this century. The seedy underworld and the seedy overworld clash in a kaleidoscope of sex and violence leaving only the ‘feral children’ to make their own world from the wreckage.’
Watch Wasteland, a documentary by William Wright on squatting in the United Kingdom.