Ribbon Development, Rural Cancer

In meta right, we often rethink what is urban and what is rural, but there is also a very large middle ground, that may be closer to being urban and rural, or perhaps neither urban or rural. Ribbon development, a concept that I will soon explain falls into the latter camp. Many on the political […]

On the Heterosexuality of Traps

About a year ago, I wrote an academic paper entitled “On the Heterosexuality of Traps”. With Warski’s Trapnostate in full swing, I thought I’d make my first article for the Meta-Right a re-publish of that essay. Not only is it once again relevant, it will give me some time to write something new. I am […]

Queerness, Homonationalism, and Post-Liberalism.

There are a few individuals in the far right that are gay. All of them are quiet about it. Milo Yiannopoulos once stood out as being the alt-right faggot. Not anymore. Gays in the far-right are an extroverted class. No one online proclaims themselves as “the gay alt-right guy.” But when you meet these guys […]

What is Metamodernism?: Defining an Era of Enlightenment

Those well versed in Frank Herbert’s novel Dune should be familiar with it’s possibly most notable adage: The Litany Against Fear, which reads in subtle variations throughout the book as: “I must not fear. Fear is the mind killer. Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will […]

Gender in the Shell: Towards a Patriarchal Feminism – Part 1

Since childhood I had been viewing Ghost in the Shell as a plot-driven film—as kids tend to do with everything they watch. But Ghost in the Shell is not a plot-driven film, it is a concept-driven film. The Puppet Master plot is just a vehicle to look at the deep questions of a cyberpunk society—especially those relating to humanity […]

Fashwave Sectariansm Vs Vaporwave Hegemony

In a recent liberal hit piece, fashwave has been called “the suicidal retro-futurist art of the alt-right.” We are warned that this fringe art movement is proselytizing young people into a racist movement full of “hate.” The article presents the fashwave phenomenon as another mischievous creation of the far-Right, hijacking a popular genre, vaporwave, for its […]