Genocidal Forgettings. U.S. History. Ultramodern CAPITAL. What are the psychic bodily and collective cultural costs of living off the material ruins of others? How does “one” live with a self secured by the virtually memory-less enactment of restrictive economic and military violence against others? At work each day. In the market. In the bedroom. On the highway. In the airwaves radiating white toxic male wasteproducts into the bodies of others. Feeding parasitically off the sacrifice of others’ flesh. Without saying that’s what you’re doing. Even in the men’s room. To and with each other. Complicit in a global politics of exploitation. And its pleasures.
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