Author Archives: Luke Ford

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been noted in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).

Day 35 Down Under – I Am On The Ledge And The Tide is Coming In

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Guillaume Faye, the Golden one and the metapolitical legion

Professor Ico Maly writes in 2021: Metapolitics 2.0 is deeply woven into the new media system. The impact and the influence of The Golden One, and thus his role in the distribution of far right ideology, cannot be reduced to … Continue reading

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WHO’S WHO IN THE DISSIDENT RIGHT: BRITTANY PETTIBONE

Colin Liddell writes: As an e-THOT, it can safely be assumed that she has no ideas, originality, or authenticity of her own worth commenting on. So, why even mention her in a serious compendium like this? The main and perhaps … Continue reading

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The Barcelona Complex: Lionel Messi and the Making–and Unmaking–of the World’s Greatest Soccer Club

Simon Kuper writes in this 2021 book: * By 1970, they had developed a revolutionary new brand of football, one that would help shape the sport for the next fifty years, especially in the Netherlands and Barcelona. Ajax people didn’t … Continue reading

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Soccer Men: Profiles of the Rogues, Geniuses, and Neurotics Who Dominate the World’s Most Popular Sport

Stimulated by the World Cup, I’m reading books on soccer, including this 2014 one by Simon Kuper: * I’ve increasingly given up chasing interviews with players. It isn’t worth the humiliation. Sometimes a magazine will call and ask, “Can you … Continue reading

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