The more powerful the class, the more it claims not to exist.” – Guy Debord

“Ideology only works when it’s the start of public conversation, never as a means to a predetermined end. Ambition’ is ‘greed’ rebranded.” – Mokokoma Mokhonoana

COMEDIANS

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    Louis CK

    American stand-up comedian, showrunner and comic genius.

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    Patrice O'Neal

    American stand-up comedian and raconteur.

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    STEWART LEE

    Stewart Lee is an English stand-up comedian, writer and director. His stand-up is characterised by repetition, callbacks, deadpan delivery and a pronounced use of deconstruction, which he often discusses on stage.

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    JIM JEFFERIES

    Jim Jefferies, is an Australian-American stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. He honed his craft in the UK - London and Manchester in particular - then hit the American comedy circuit through the Opie and Anthony circuit. He created the sitcom Legit and the banal late-night show The Jim Jefferies Show.

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    Nick Mullen

    American comedian and podcaster.

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    Tim Dillon

    American stand-up comedian and podcaster.

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    EDDIE IZZARD

    Eddie Izzard is an English stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and activist. Her comedic style takes the form of whimsical monologues and self-referential pantomime. He's performed his shows in a dozen languages and in fifty countries.

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    ARI SHAFFIR

    Ari Shaffir (Jew) is an American comedian and podcaster. He hosts the popular Skeptic Tank podcast. He came to prominence as one of the Joe Rogan offspring with crossover chops from multiple Edinburgh Fringe shows. He hosted This is Not Happening on Comedy Central before being cancelled for refusing to edit his controversial stand-up act.

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    Harry Enfield

    English character actor and sketch show comic.

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    Peter Serafinowicz

    English impressionist and sketch show character comic.

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    Will Sasso

    Canadian impressionist and comedy character actor.

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    Michael McIntyre

    English stand-up comic and entertainer.

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    JOHN OLIVER

    John William Oliver is a British comedian, TV host and political commentator. Oliver was a low-level political comic in the UK but came to wider attention on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart before migrating to his own multi-award winning current affairs satire powerhouse Last Week Tonight.

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“The story of terrorism is written by the state and it is therefore highly instructive… compared with terrorism, everything else must be acceptable, or in any case more rational and democratic.”

THE SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE

“Control of thought is more important for governments that are free and popular than for despotic and military states. The logic is straightforward: a despotic state can control its domestic enemies by force, but as the state loses this weapon, other devices are required to prevent the ignorant masses from interfering with public affairs, which are none of their business…the public are to be observers, not participants, consumers of ideology as well as products.”

“The secret of the expression of value, namely, that all kinds of labour are equal and equivalent, because, and so far as they are human labour in general, cannot be deciphered, until the notion of human equality has already gained the fixity of a popular prejudice. This, however, is possible only in a society in which the great mass of the produce of labour takes the form of commodities, in which, consequently, the dominant relation between man and man, is that of owners of commodities.”

“The mass State has no intention of promoting mutual understanding and the relationship of man to man; it strives, rather, for atomization, for the psychic isolation of the individual.”

CARL JUNG

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