ITT: Post your favorite album and it's film equivalent

ITT: Post your favorite album and it's film equivalent.

For me this is equivalent to Parasite

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I know this is a bait post but I did listen to this album when it came out. I don’t remember what I thought of it, but I never listened to it again so it mustn’t have been very good.

That's the left now retard.


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he has MySlippers now too. i kinda want some

un homme qui dort (1974)

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>Capitalist and Right Wing
You couldn't be more wrong

>let's add as many reddit buzzwords in a single phrase as possible

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shut up retards

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Pretty much.
Fascism is a nebulous category. The common denominator is that it's a systemic-wide slide.
I agree with that, retard. The modern face of fascism is corpocracy.

I come to Yea Forums to make the conservacucks seethe

Such an average movie. I have no idea what the hype was about. Just felt like every other Korean movie with "le heckin twists".

>I come to Yea Forums because politics are my identity and I'm a loser who imagines I have control over the emotions of strangers
Checks out.

>I come to Yea Forums to make the conservacucks seethe

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As Above So Below

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>No Country for Old Men
Probably works. Don't have a favorite album though.

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>album promoted using shitty attention-whoring didn't have memorable music on it

many such cases

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Fascism is a socialistic ideology. Mises and Hayek would agree with me on this.

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Barely Legal is a great song. You should have at least tried to post a shitty movie with a similar feel if you don't like it.

I trust wikipedia more than your meme economists

I agree with this album but only when it comes to the "arts". I have never paid for videogames, music, or movies. "Artists" are whores that need to be suppressed for functional society to truly progress.

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That film demonized the poor more than the wealthy.

That cover is shit but is this it is good

political terminology means whatever we want it to mean you brainlet.

"socialism" originally meant living in a libertarian agricultural commune.

do these fags realize if we dissolved our military that they would be buttboys for chinese and russian soldiers within a year?

If anyone has any ideas for movie similar to this post em but no "dude drugs lmao" type movies.

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>Meme Economist
Brainlet nigga

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>I trust wikipedia
Tell me you don't read without telling me you don't read.

yes, meme economist who thinks socialism is when le authoriatarianism
Wikipedia lists its sources from peer reviewed sources, but by all means go ahead and pretend you're smart because you got meme'd into reading American economists bankrolled by oil money.

Fascism is a right-wing capitalist ideology, the vast majority of economists and historians agree with this, your fringe opinion doesn't matter.

I'd say American Psycho is a better equivalent

Sad isn't it?

yes but i am unsure as to what you are getting at, go on

I've been called a chud and a tranny here almost equal times, it's the centerists burden

this but with actors also

all please stop being midwit cunts or take it to /pol/

>“In certain kinds of writing, particularly in art criticism and literary criticism, it is normal to come across long passages which are almost completely lacking in meaning. Words like romantic, plastic, values, human, dead, sentimental, natural, vitality, as used in art criticism, are strictly meaningless, in the sense that they not only do not point to any discoverable object, but are hardly ever expected to do so by the reader. When one critic writes, "The outstanding feature of Mr. X's work is its living quality," while another writes, "The immediately striking thing about Mr. X's work is its peculiar deadness," the reader accepts this as a simple difference opinion. If words like black and white were involved, instead of the jargon words dead and living, he would see at once that language was being used in an improper way.
>… The words democracy, socialism, freedom, patriotic, realistic, justice have each of them several different meanings which cannot be reconciled with one another. In the case of a word like democracy, not only is there no agreed definition, but the attempt to make one is resisted from all sides. It is almost universally felt that when we call a country democratic we are praising it: consequently the defenders of every kind of regime claim that it is a democracy, and fear that they might have to stop using that word if it were tied down to any one meaning. Words of this kind are often used in a consciously dishonest way. That is, the person who uses them has his own private definition, but allows his hearer to think he means something quite different. Statements like Marshal Petain was a true patriot, The Soviet press is the freest in the world, The Catholic Church is opposed to persecution, are almost always made with intent to deceive.”
>– George Orwell

I don't understand

Kill yourself tranny

Disco Elysium
they're both pretentious as fuck but they're also a fun ride

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best crossover thread from Yea Forums in a long while

Calling the left fascist insults the moral character of fascists.

These sorts of words are nebulous and intentionally so, thus that we may always associate the "good" with what's ours. If what's ours is ill defined, we may always claim that what's good is ours. It's similar with art criticism, in that authors use nebulous words to in effect dissuade any real criticism of their opinions. Any way that you could interpret an work is what they were already thinking of course, or atleast thats what they'd like you to think.

alright but what does that have to do with what i said

You said you didn't understand, I tried to explain.

Right, but you initially posted that in response to my other post

Nah I didn't post the quote I just saw you said you didn't follow so I tried explaining.

fight club
it is good for very different reasons depending on the age of the consumer

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Orwell is very insightful.

silence kike

Wouldn't it be cool if there really was a fascist death machine?

>lists its sources from peer-reviewed sources
It frequently uses random media articles which aren't sourced, retard.
>you got meme'd into reading
I took econ in uni, retard. You have to blend together the anons you're speaking to, no wonder you think WIKIpedia is peer-reviewed.
>American economists
He's referencing the Austrian school. Thanks for outing yourself as an uninformed midwit.
>oil money
Fucking kek. You're one of those retards who relates all geopolitics back to "muh oil," aren't you?
>Fascism is a right-wing capitalist ideology
Fascism is a nebulous label applied to populist political movements in the early 20th century. Likening the modern left/right schism to the political reality of 100 years ago is retard-tier. The modern right has less control over its populist wing whereas the modern left relies on technocrats. Corporatocracy, the major modern driving element of fascistic totalitarianism, is a systemic problem and the DNC takes just as much bank as the RNC.
>the vast majority of economists and historians agree
No they don't, retard. Professional academics don't relate everything back to oil and political movements from 100 years ago.
>your fringe opinion doesn't matter
It sure triggered you and your armchair midwittery.


>It frequently uses random media articles which aren't sourced, retard.
not in the article I posted so it's irrelevant to the argument
and I told you your opinion does matter regarding the consensus on the topic, so no point in me reading the rest of your scribbles

>le samefag

Naw. American Psycho doesn't express loneliness and the idea of isolation is thereby discordant/expressed entirely differently. Maybe that movie with Robert Pattinson where he's driving around in a limo (I haven't seen it though but it seems thematically inline). For American Psycho I'd go with Entertainment! by Gang of Four.

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Checked. I'm willing to shut up as long as that retard stops telling me articles produced by faceless randos on a wiki are equivalent to a peer-reviewed source and accepts his midwit understanding of fascism is based on a half-baked understanding of history alongside cherry-picking/shoehorning a superficial/anachronistic understanding due to a personal (woefully underdeveloped) political bias.

At least it bumps the thread though. I've posted 2 albums; how many have you posted?

I'm a layman and I honestly really struggle with making sense of much of the terminology. I think the user who posted the Orwell quote is probably on the money. Like just from what I can gather from the way people talk, there seems to be some sort of implied connection between so called fascism, Capitalism and Nationalism, as if they're sort of variations on some sort of central theme. Again just being a layman I still find it frankly absurd because just reasoning your way through it, it seems that Capital is far more inherently anti national, given its tendency to integrating global markets. How this can be a Nationalist project is honestly beyond me. Beyond that it seems to me that the fascist or National Socialist projects are essentially collectivist in nature. They're essentially in agreement with the left on the matter of how individuals ought to relate to groups, which I think is a fundamental philosophical distinction. Whether it be so called class consciousness, or the "people," or the Volk, they all essentially posit the individuals subordination to group identity as a basic tenet. I'm open to being wrong, I am a layman but these are just some general thoughts that I had on the matter. Unlike the wikifag I'm willing to use my brain.

uh oh midwit peasant detected

>I took econ in uni
Should've really stopped there, there's absolutely no reason to argue with high school dropouts on issues like this. As cliche as it may sound, it's the equivalent of that pigeon stumbling over chess pieces in a match.

my favorite album is Ten by cLOUDDEAD and its film equivalent is Julien Donkey Boy

>completely ignores every other point, including being completely fuckin wrong about 'american econonmists'
>look I won
Get raped you stupid faggot.

I missed that but I think it's from "Politics and the English Language." That's a really good take and it's obvious that you have the ability to think for yourself. Good work user.

>I took econ in uni
as did half of the planet, or did you think your shitty appeal to authority suddenly outweighs what the vast majority of experts in the field say about fascism?

>he thinks Austrian economics is some obscure term
you're just funny at this point, what are you going to drop next, the Chicago school? oh no please don't further bully us with your supreme intellect

Yeah, and the Wikipedia thing was a slide. I can still ask him who wrote the article and watch him yell at me that it doesn't matter.

Anyway, when someone recognizes your argument and the user you disagree with starts crying out "SAMEFAG," it's an indication they realize they've been BTFO'd and you can just walk away laughing.

Maybe address the point faggot, you claimed the economists in question were American. You were wrong, fuckin unreal.