Technology, communism and the Brown Scare

Technology, communism and the Brown Scare

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Technology is but the latest in a long line of industries to fall victim to the Brown Scare—America's ginormous, never-ending, profoundly insane witch-hunt for fascists under the bed. Why does the Brown Scare grow even as its enemies shrink? Hint: America is a communist country.

Title:Technology, communism and the Brown Scare
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    Technology, communism and the Brown Scare Reviews

  • Sean Chick

    This is an odd extended essay that's good points get lost in Moldbug's Zizek like digressions and rhetorical flourishes. It works best in explaining why we fear fascism more than communism, even thoug...

  • Arttu Malek

    A surprisingly deep essay on the roots of American progressivism and its inherent consanguinity with communism tactics and targeting. Although it mutated to better suit the environment it has to live ...

  • Carlos

    Mencius Moldbug's digressions do not work in his favor. This specific diagnosis of the hegemony of The Cathedral might have been eye-opening in 2013, when the original UR blog post was published, but ...