Tag Archives: Nina Power

Swastikas for Numpty: Catching up with the vexing antics of an unfunny double-act

Over the past week or so, Nina Power, the rather troubled theorist who I’ve had cause to write about a few times now, has found herself drawing criticism again, this time for a piece about flags she wrote to accompany … Continue reading

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Edgelords with thin skins: on the difficulty of free speech absolutism and “the right to discuss ideas”

A brief tale that might illustrate some of the difficulties of free speech absolutism as an ideology: A few years back, a gallery called LD50 invited a range of far/alt-right and anti-immigrant speakers to address a conference. This drew protests … Continue reading

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What’s yr take on Evola? Some very late words on Nina Power’s recent stances

“If anyone deviates from the ‘rules’, that is to say sees the debate-form for the sham it is, or takes to the streets, displacing the imposed ‘platform’ for the construction of a new order, then the true face of all … Continue reading

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