Punk: Philosophy & Practice

The Voice of the Monolith

Written by Anand Madhu Last Updated (24 January 2016)
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New Editions for the New Year (2015-2016)!

 

1. The Humanoid Manifesto is out! Free peoples of the world, secure your freedom!

As Arun D. Ellis says,
we all know that...
the 1% have stolen the world
the bankers actually broke the global economy beyond repair
the politicians bailing them out with our money merely kicked the can down the road...

we know
the perils that we face as a result of global warming
the corruption that exists in politics

Yet we continue to play the same old pointless game of voting

But with the onset of new economic crises, and the impending threat of World War 3, more and more people have begun to think (or will soon do):

What can we do to save the earth?

The Humanoid Manifesto (aka "Rebooting the Matrix") answers exactly that question.

Yes! No more complaining, it's the time for action!

 

2.Rama vs. Parashurama, unmissable 2nd edition, is out!

3. Roots -- 2nd edition, "neohieroglyphics" -- you must read it, it's far easier than my other, relatively tougher writings!

4. The latest edition of my neuroscience thesis is out! See here.

 




#10: Rama vs. Parashurama (2015)

Rama vs. Parashurama
The Origins of the Conflict between the Sixth and Seventh Avatars of Vishnu


Comrades of old, break-up foretold! And the schism so created, sunders the world!

 

Now this is a critically important book, because it:

1.    Explains the dichotomy within mankind more precisely and remarkably than even Hegel with his limited idea of thesis vs. antithesis, or typical factionalists with their limited idea of us vs. them.

2.    Carries a vision for how to go about uniting mankind and ending the troubles of modern times.

3.    Explains history from 10,000 BC to modern times without going into the potentially boring petty details or losing sight of the big picture.

4.    As someone said, a philosophy of history is more important than history by itself – such is this book.