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A Science-Fiction Author’s View of Paradigm Shift Under Shamdemic Conditions
© 2020 James LaFond
Copyright 2020 James LaFond
A Crackpot Book
Editor/Publisher: Lynn Lockhart
Dust Cover
Shamdemicism is the social science recently elevated above us as a self-ruling template for social compliance, in which the fear of disease is used to terrify humans into levels of obedience to a malevolent system that has previously only been achieved through universalist religious fanaticism and ideological industrial tyranny. Finally, the tattered yet still grinding engines of the systems of coercion developed in the Agrarian and Industrial Ages, have been joined with a system of control specifically adapted to the Information Age. How might this new paradigm of control offer benefits and perils specific to the plight of the alienated [1] mind?
Dust Cover Note
-1. I meant dissident. But placing that word on a book cover or sales listing is beginning to be auto-censored. Besides, the dissident mind is necessarily alienated either before or after the fact of his divergence from mainstream thought.
I wrote the following between 5/16 and 5/19/20, with it coming out to 11,161 words over 74 pages in Bembo 13 point. If you would like a PDF of the draft with all of the collectable mistakes in grammar, send me what you think its worth and I’ll email you a copy.
Preface 3
Am I a Mark? 9
Who Are We? 11
Genius 16
Misfit at Harvest 21
‘My Face in the Snow’ 29
Good and Bad in a World Gone Mad 32
Good Cop 32
Bad Cop 34
Deputy Dawgs Good and Bad 36
Masks 38
Fear as Good 40
Fear as Bad 42
Combat Taboo 43
Combat Value 45
Buying, Good and Bad 47
Castle to Cave 48
Dead Space Interior 51
Exposure of Medical Tyranny 53
The Collapse of Education is All Good 55
Lockdown as Liberation 57
Online Under the Lie as a Good 59
Rebirth of Secret Association 61
Bitch Call in the Man Hall 64
Deluge and Snow 67
Life Rhythm Return 69
‘Since Nightfall’ 72
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