J.D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye by proxy unveils the dark roots of Silicon Valley by Quinton Mitchell.
Is Joe Rogan a Neoplatonist? The syncretic politics of Starship Troopers, zany ESP, magick, the Human Potential Movement, Howard Hughes, Disney and the RAND Corporation
(A List) Existentialism in the Complex. An Image in the Dark Spiral. Technology, R&D, Epstein, and our Smart Future
The predictive genius of Orson Scott Card. Rotterdam and the Belt & Road Initiative: How Card ominously predicted Rotterdam’s importance in the real-world Chinese (and Russian) infrastructure project. By Quinton Mitchell
Did Orson Scott Card predict Trump and Russia? Similarities between Aleksandr Dugin’s Eurasianism ideology and Orson Scott Card’s Second Warsaw Pact in Ender’s Shadow (1999) and Shadow of the Hegemon (2000) by Quinton Mitchell
Sexuality in Science-Fiction 1. On Joe Haldeman’s The Forever War (c) (1974). Transgender prediction in Science-Fiction.
(The Chaos Magick War) Trump, Russia, Dugin, Ethno-nationalism, Brexit…. Is this Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein? Russo-Anglo-American Alliance. Where Occult, Technology, and Geopolitics meets.
Sexuality in Science Fiction Part 2: Excerpts from Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness (1969) and Phyllis Dorothy James’ The Children of Men (1992). Followed by thoughts from Quinton Mitchell
Boris, Donald, and Vladimir. How MAGA, Brexit, and Russia echoes to Robert Heinlein’s Russo-Anglo-American Alliance as stated in Starship Troopers (1959) and how Paul Verhoeven’s (1997) film predicted the Latinization of the United States. By Quinton Mitchell.