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This page covers the political concept of accelerationism. For a page on accelerationism from a philosophical perspective, see the Philosophyball Page

"Modernity invented the future, but that's all over. In the current version 'progressive history' camouflages phylogenetic death-drive tactics, Kali-wave: logistically accelerating condensation of virtual species extinction. Welcome to the matricide laboratory."

Accelerationism is a range of ideas in revolutionary and reactionary ideas in left and right-wing ideology—that call for the drastic intensification of capitalist growth, technological change, infrastructure sabotage and other processes of social change to destabilize existing systems and create radical social transformations, otherwise referred to as "acceleration". It has been regarded as an ideological spectrum divided into mutually contradictory left-wing and right-wing variants, both of which support the indefinite intensification of capitalism and its structures as well as the conditions for a technological singularity, a hypothetical point in time where technological growth becomes uncontrollable and irreversible.


The exact point in time at which Accelerationism came to be is not known but it is agreed that Accelerationism came to be around the late 90s but wasn't properly named and solidified as a analysis until later in the 2000s.


Personality and Behaviour

Accelerationism talks incomprehensible words, because is influenced by postmodern, post structuralist philosophy and Lovecraft.

How to Draw

Flag of Accelerationism
  1. Draw a ball.
  2. Fill it in with either black or a very dark gray.
  3. Draw three right-pointing arrows, the leftmost arrow green (#0ED145), the center arrow yellow (#FFF200) and the third arrow red (#EC1C24).
  4. Add the eyes and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Black #121212 18, 18, 18
Green #0ED145 14, 209, 69
Yellow #FFF200 255, 242, 0
Red #EC1C24 236, 28, 36





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