Rauhes Haus NS|Luthe°Rot :af Anna Hermann F.

A.Frank[e]und Anne-Hermann Ssgenda
Hamburg-Karl|Nicol-Porthereo Inn 10.12.2013 – 11:57
Nun mal so im AUfriss, wie viele Schwachmaten der Dreadpunks um Stachel-Schwester/Ernst Uhrlau – haben sich als Steigbügel im Verkauf um Geheimnisverrat daran bereichert, andere in den sicheren Tod aus der Musikszenen – wie gewünscht- und wie viele Philister im Wortkanon ’sex‘ngender‘ sind nur noch ‚eklig‘ mit Ihren Ausführungen im Fixuum,..was eine einzelne Partei nicht sein kann.

Kurz auf die Achse geschaut, wie sich ’soziapedophilie‘ in Berlin an der Kunstpussy orienthiert,..und ja,..ISO bis in den ‚Untergang‘ der Schreibung,..da eh Massenaf…abgefertigt.

Ein Bureux:kauf mit Grad…
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falscher ort fasche zeit — antifa

http://last.fm/music/Shark+Pants/_/Watergun – beve abe kiss a girl witta so called NPD-Rotlicht Peta P. 1967 Anna Hermann Franck-Uhrlau wise,..you know censor,…http://maedchenblog.blogsport.de/2013/12/08/verharmlusung-sexualisierter-gewalt/


http://al-archive.lnxnt.org/?s=Birgit+Bauer & Kir:stein Verlag Onkel Poe…

Alain Badiou, The Century Le Pen Marie:~*D.A.F. CDU-Ortsverband Rahlstedt
Treptower Str. 143 -EU parliar Menta|MAD Mr. Hinkebein J.


Alain Badiou, The Century. (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2007)

[1] In The Phenomenology of Spirit Hegel invented the notion that philosophy should be conceived in the first instance as consciousness coming to knowledge of itself through its engagement with the events of history. We should look to a history of the idea in action to understand, at a given time, both the current highest development of the truth of consciousness’s effort to embody human freedom within the social world and the current problematic of unfreedom and the possibility for an overcoming. In the twentieth century, philosophy regularly recovered Hegel’s notion as essential to its vitality;[i] once again, in the twenty-first century, some of the most important philosophical debates about our present social and political situation have come through a narration—after Nietzsche often „genealogical“—of the life of basic ideas, God, humanity, work, freedom, etc., as they both shaped and led to the impasses of the twentieth century.[ii] Alain Badiou’s The Century is such a narrative, and it serves as perhaps the best available introduction to his philosophy and the most compelling argument for its importance. Hegel’s dialectic must, of course, itself be surpassed, and here we have an extraordinary and innovative synthesis of Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche, Mao, Lacan, Sartre and Deleuze as Badiou seeks to offer a new and radically liberating conception of the significance of the landmark events of the twentieth century for our present situation. Above all, the book seeks to free thought and thereby action from the prevalent and enervating humanism which is unable to see beyond liberal „democracy,“ corporate capitalism, abstract human rights, „Islamic terrorism,“ and a pathetic humanitarianism.

[2] The twentieth century was the century of the inception, deployment and collapse of the ‚communist‘ enterprise, the century of horrific mass crimes, Stalinism, Nazism, the holocaust, and the century of the triumph of global capitalism, liberal economy and politics, a triumph of mediocrity and miniscule ideas, beginning after the 1970s. For philosophy, according to Badiou, the key question is: What was thought in this century that was previously unthought—or even unthinkable? For from the beginning, the century was preoccupied with thinking itself. An underlying theme unites the extraordinary inventiveness of the early years of the century, inventiveness in the arts, music (Schoenberg), painting (Picasso), film (Griffiths, Chaplin), poetry, the novel (James, Joyce), science (Einstein), mathematics, logic and philosophy of language, etc., and the ensuing disastrous political projects of the twentieth century, Leninism and Nazism. All concerned making a new man, humanity, but also prepared to consider individual persons as simply material to be twisted, manipulated, and if need be sacrificed to the revolutionary project. We are not done with such crime, however, even if we have officially given up on the project of remaking man. For the remaking goes on in the form of the mindless elaborations of technics, of sciences that are, to be sure, remaking man, but in the absence of a project of thought, leaving themselves open thereby to exploitation for the sake of profit

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