“People need trees, people need beauty. This is the life of the White Swan.”
The White Swan is a exhortation of power and beauty. The literary debut of short story author, parodist, and new immigrant Faisal Marzipan, The White Swan blends cultural critique, satire, Christianity, and social commentary into a masterwork aimed at reinvigorating the modern man. In a world drowning in lies and ugliness, Marzipan’s work forms the pièce de résistance of a new wave of outsider literature and cultural renewal.
“Here are diverse essays and reviews of a man I met once in Beirut at packed street dance party with many belly-shaking girls, we share anise-flavor drink and slap ass of Armenian waitress. He title this irreverent piece of samizdat The White Swan, as a mockery of the other Phoenician you all know, Nassim Taleb; Taleb who now sits neutered in a dark corner blotted out by Providence as he grasps in the dark for a purpose. Only nature and strength inborn in blood show you way out of darkness. Lebanonman friend reveal world you see, where webs of lies have zombified the mind and clouded vision of so many. He reveal way out through practice of strength: when Cortes arrive in Mexico he bring Christian friars. Though not a man of religion, and although in Spain he would never have given them respect, yet when they arrive from boats in front of all the Mexicans he knelt in front of them to show the natives. Because he knew war that would follow is war of the spirit as well, where the power of religion and the priests manifest itself. In same way Lebanonman in these essays show you how to oppose the regime of numbing lies, where heroic brotherhood of savage men will support each other in samizdat against the lords of lies, and in feats of strength in the coming years. One hundred men can change a nation and the world. ‘One man is ten thousand if he is best.'” — Bronze Age Pervert, author of Bronze Age Mindset
“As a nation, we are negotiating an epistemic divorce. As we witness the collapse of familiar narratives, we increasingly turn to outsider perspectives. Dr. Faisal Marzipan (a real doctor, they assure me) has written this book to explain his personal journey through the perspectives of the dissident right. Our institutions simultaneously command us to think for ourselves and to arrive at their predetermined conclusions; Faisal escaped this prison, and now he will show you his map. Your own exit may look different, but the first step to realize that this strange new territory awaits you.” — Zero HP Lovecraft, author of The Gig Economy and God-Shaped Hole
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