Category Archives: Announcements

Briefly Noted (2 Oct 2019)

This month I’ve added a few more pieces to the Ted Kaczynski Archive and the Indomitista Archive. The most notable are letters between Kaczynski and the radical environmental activist Derrick Jensen, who co-founded Deep Green Resistance and is the author of several best-selling books like Endgame, Culture of Make Believe, and Listening to the Land. I’ve also added […]

Briefly Noted (19 September 2019)

Once again most of the new posts are historical content related to the UNABOM case and radical environmentalist history. Some of it pertains to a group of followers of Kaczynski I’ve written about before, the indomitistas. The only original piece is a critique of the green anarchist text, Desert, which has become much more popular in […]

Briefly Noted (6 Sept 2019)

Most of my work this month has been updating the Ted Kaczynski Archive. Upcoming material includes more additions to the Ted Kaczynski archive, a critique of the green anarchist text Desert, and some guest contributions on technological control, population, and globalization. Recent Posts Intimate Places by John Revington Catastrophe Pending by Annie LeBrun Letter: Ted Kaczynski […]

Briefly Noted (1 Aug 2019)

Recent Posts Primitivism and Demography — While demography involves some of the most controversial political issues, they are also some of the most important. But primitivism provides a unique insight to the issues by posing the question: more artificial management, or more natural management? The Primitivist Tradition — A rough text that outlines the bounds […]

Briefly Noted (18 June 2019)

Recent Posts Many of these posts deal specifically with political strategy. Reader input would be very much appreciated. If you have any ideas, comments, or questions, regarding the posts, feel free to contact us or put a response in the comment sections. With permission, we will publish letters on the blog. Ardea Homestead Sanctuary — […]

Briefly Noted (1 June 2019)

Recent Posts Upcoming articles will discuss topics like: mass psychology, nihilism and the convergence of radical ideologies, world society and the anti-globalization movement. Primitivism and Science On the Web The Collapsing Crime Rates of the 90s Might Have Been Driven by Cellphones, The Atlantic “We’re Not Being Paranoid”: U.S. Warns of Spy Dangers of Chinese-Made Drones, NPR […]

Briefly Noted (1 May 2019)

Recent Posts Why Wild Nature?: A Short Rejoinder — An economic and ecological argument for wild nature provides a much stronger basis for political action than the moral, religious, and progressive ones. Does World Society Require a World Government? — Would love feedback on this article. Development of the concept of “world society” first introduced […]

Briefly Noted (11 April 2019)

Recent Posts More Truths About Primitive Life — An update to Kaczynski’s old essay “The Truth About Primitive Life,” focusing more on biology, psychology, and neuroscience than on anthropology. Interview on Critical of Capital Podcast — A discussion with a couple of anarchists about biocentrism, leftism, Ted Kaczynski, and more. Uncivilization 2.0 — Restarting the Uncivilization project a […]

Briefly Noted (26 Feb 2019)

Sorry for the lack of substantial articles this month. I’m working on a few big essays that should be finished in the coming months, so keep an eye out. Recent Posts Recent Site Downtime — The site went down recently because the domain name expired unexpectedly. If you like the content on this site, please consider […]