Hi! I am Brett Waste ( [email protected]
) and I am an Anarchist punk who lives in Fortress Australia, Oceania. I have been into punk since 1986 and my favourite musical band is the Dead Kennedys. This is my channel deadkennedys555 which is currently at 7 million views. If you would like to have a friendly conversation about punk, politics, rpgs, etc. please write to [email protected]
This channel is not monetised as it is an anarchist enterprise. My favourite novel is Nineteen Eighty-Four (1948) by George Orwell. I like writing, poetry, making videos, photography, computer programming, game theory and games. I have created all the videos on this and YT channel: Oceanicingsoc. I am interested in conspiracy theories, military theory (especially Sun Tzu's The Art of War), history, contemporary international affairs and futurism. I also like science-fiction (particularly the verisimilitude of Jules Verne and the futurism of H.G. Wells.), steampunk and cyberpunk. I really enjoy pen-and-paper, dice role-playing games like Advanced Dungeons & Dragons and Labyrinth Lord/Mutant Future. I have written several computer aides for the play of these games that are currently on sale. Other musical bands I like include Millions of Dead Cops, Disposable Heroes of Hiphopcrisy, The Alice Bag Band, Black Flag, FEAR, Circle Jerks, Suicidal Tendencies, Slayer, Iron Maiden, Butthole Surfers, Angry Samoans, Husker Du, The Pixies, Jello Biafra's subsequent bands, DOA, NIN, The Jam, The Jams, The MC5, Iggy-Pop & The Stooges, and Jeff Wayne's LP rendition of War of the Worlds. My favourite poets are the World War One British soldier, Wilfred Owens (killed just before war's end), and Jello Biafra, ex-lead singer of the D.K.s. My politics are Anarchist and I like to discuss international politics in particular. Most of my videos are political in some context as almost everything is politics. I take an Oligarchical Collectivist critique on politics as espoused by turn-of-the-century anarchist, Emma Goldman, and as contextualised for the modern setting by George Orwell (Eric Blair). Under Oligarchical Collectivism, the world is divided into three super-states: Oceania (UK, USA, South Africa, South America, some Pacific Islands and Australia), Eastasia (Japan, China), Eurasia (Europe and Russia). The remaining area is the Disputed Area measured by a quadrilateral around Darwin, Australia, Hong Kong, China, Tangier, North-Western Africa and Brazzaville, west-coast Africa. It is over this Disputed Zone, where millions of workers and billions of tons of raw materials rest, that the three super-powers fight over. Yet this is to no avail. The three super-powers are so evenly matched they cannot overcome each other – even when two are allied against the third. This is the principle of Continuous Warfare: just as the Machine Age promised Heaven on Earth it was used to produce endless naval aircraft carriers for war that cost billions of dollars to make and all our labour only to be sunk into the depths of the ocean in useless battles and built once more en mass (and ask yourself: when was there last a true cessation of hostilities anywhere on this planet, even in the Continental U.S which has lost more people to domestic gun violence from 1968-2017 than all U.S losses in all its wars). This is why we all live like virtual slaves and not only die with nothing but owing money. Society is divided into four levels: The Inner Party and the all-pervasive and suspicious Thought Police at the top of the pyramid which is the INGSOC (English Socialism) Party's brain, the Outer Party which is the hands of the Party, the Proles who are the mindless workers of the INGSOC State, and finally The Brotherhood, a rebel freedom-fighting organisation bent upon bringing down the Party but usually just a front for the devious Thought Police designed as a trap for those who finally resist. This is how global society works in all the super-states: in fact Keynesian economics of Capitalism makes no secret that it works on a technique not dissimilar to screwing up 5-pound sterling notes and stuffing them into dirty glass bottles and burying these sealed bottles in disused mine shafts only to dig them up again and re-bury them periodically – it is literally building temples and burning them back down again endlessly. Victory against such a system is likely only a long distance in the future and after a lot of hard work. Anarchists of an oligarchical collectivist critique believe they will not see victory over the system during their own lifetimes. They know they will be forgotten in time and dust. Yet they fight on for the future and for future generations that might be free from this insanity of Hateweek, Newspeak, Doublethink, Crimestop, Blackwhite and Sexcrime.