Tag Archives: Gerald B. Lorentz

Reprobate Resurgence: MRDA’s Infernal Return!

Well, that was the longest fucking hiatus ever! How’ve you cunts been? There’s so much I’ve wanted to say over the past ten or so months, but life and lethargy got in the way. Hopefully, the latter is over, writing-wise. … Continue reading

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“Homo Sapiens? Really?”

One of my latest literary acquisitions has been both a source of extreme interest and extreme aggravation. Written sometime in the mid-Eighties, Gerald B. Lorentz’s Homo, 99 and 44/100% Nonsapiens combines history, (mis)anthroplogy, Social (and biological) Darwinism, determinism, eugenics, and … Continue reading

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