“If we want to build a.. or live, enjoy… the fruits of a better world. If we want to make sure that the rights that we have encoded into our laws are actually reliable. That we live with them and pass them to our children. This will never be the work of politicians. This can only be the work of the people. Of the population. Because politicians do not simply do what they think is best. They do what they think people want to hear. They do what they think will gain them support. And ultimately if we want to see a change we must force it through ourselves. If we want to have a better world we can’t hope for an Obama, and we should not fear a Donald Trump, rather we should build it ourselves.”
A solid hour with Quinn Norton, talking about the unfolding slow apocalypse, and why – no matter how bad things get here on Earth – it’s much easier to terraform our home planet, than settle on Mars or Venus.
catvincent talking all things pagan and science fiction. Breaking down the hyperreal; weaving together fact and fiction, magic and history in under an hour. All narratives are wrong, but some are useful and this is his. Watch. Understand the high strangeness of the science fictional condition and its occulted mystical lining. Click. Play. NOW
A Chat With Ian ‘Cat’ Vincent [catvincent.com | catvincent | @catvincent ] on all things Hyperreal. Cat is a regular columnist at Spiral Nature (a series called ‘The Hype’) a contributing editor to The Daily Grail, and has been published in three volumes of their Fortean journal Darklore. Cat has also been published three times in the Fortean […]
We were in Coober Pedy, I think, or definitely getting close to the edge of the Zone, one Saturday or Sunday morning… it was definitely morning… but after a week on the road, days loose their meaning. Anyway, idly flipping through whatever subset of channels was available in that particular hotel room with its geographic […]