Le désespoir lui-même, pour peu qu’il se prolonge, devient une sorte d’asile dans lequel on peut s’asseoir et reposer.
Despair itself if it goes on long enough, can become a kind of sanctuary in which one settles down and feels at ease.
Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve
The Mont Order (seal shown here) is a purely symbolic club I am developing steadily, to be based on a leaderless sense of global affinity between leading anti-statist and technology-enthusiast opinion makers, authors and so on. If you are interested in participating, visit one of our growing linked organizations such as ClubOfINFO or the WAVE institute. Contributing worthy articles at ClubOfINFO, as Harry Danilevics recently did, is the most effective way to be invited to join the Mont Order and get all the prestige that comes with it.
In March 2014, I created the ClubOfINFO newsletter, based at clubof.info. The newsletter’s main focus has been to discuss transhumanism, techno-progressive theories, sociology, anti-statism and other schools of thought that – according to my best judgment as a political analyst – are at the forefront of challenging cultural and political prejudices and established norms. I feel that challenging these norms is important to stimulating debate, and that issues facing politics and society are best understood in terms of the wave of radical, positive social and technological change and the resistance it faces from conservative ideologues on the opposite end of the spectrum, defying the inevitable.
Since the newsletter’s inception, ClubOfINFO‘s position and reputation on the internet have been rising steadily. It is still modest, as can be seen at Alexa, but I can see it rising into the future as it adds vital progressive opinions into the debates surrounding the future of ethics, politics, society and the new dimensions added to each of these by the introduction of emerging technologies.
If you support this plea, please leave a link at your blog or website leading back to clubof.info and recommending it to readers.
As it continues to make gains, I now ask that people go to ClubOfINFO with their own opinion articles touching upon the subjects of politics, culture and technology. I am particularly interested in the ideas of students and radical thinkers, whose views I feel deserve as great and far-reaching a platform as possible on the internet. Submissions can be made at the ClubOfINFO submission form, and I very much recommend them.
One point, I must reiterate. An additional honor that I provide to fellow writers and colleagues who share compelling, positive views of converging social change and emerging technologies is their symbolic inclusion into the mystic Mont Order club, which has already publicly welcomed the WAVE institute’s collaboration.
Thank you for considering each of these paths to collaboration and success with my help, and do not hesitate to contact me via the submission form if there is any other way I can help.