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‘What I like about coronavirus’ by Slavoj Žižek

The Slovenian philosopher discusses George Clooney, populism and why the Democrats prefer Trump to Bernie

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Art

Should a black British actor play Harriet Tubman?

A divisive movie for divisive times

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Internet

A brief history of selling bath water

What connects Belle Delphine with the leader of a doomsday cult and a Japanese girl punk band?

By Charlie Nash

Internet

Lego quote accounts are the new front of the culture war

First a milkshake, now a plastic brick

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Art

Morrissey hasn’t turned right: our establishment has turned insane

Did the former Smiths frontman ever stop being a provocateur?

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Does WWE explain Donald Trump’s rise to power?

In May, WWE professional wrestler Kane, whose real name is Glenn Thomas Jacobs, won the Republican primary for mayor in Knox County, Tennessee. Kane’s move into politics may seem a drastic change of career for a three-time world champion and 12-time world tag team champion who played the half-brother of the infamous Undertaker on-stage. But there are more […]

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Art

Is Morrissey alt-right? Or just a celebrity who’s not a coward?

Has the British artist Steven Patrick Morrissey, often known simply by his last name Morrissey, embraced the alt-right? Or is he just living proof that not every celebrity Brit is a moral coward? This week, the former frontman for The Smiths has attracted media attention after he condemned Halal meat as “evil,” called out attempts to sabotage Britain’s exit […]

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