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Do not ask who I am and do not ask me to remain the same: leave it to our bureaucrats and our police to see that our papers are in order.

Michel Foucault

You must be certain of the Devil

Diamanda Galas

It’s a strange business, speaking for yourself, in your own name, because it doesn’t at all come with seeing yourself as an ego or a person or a subject. Individuals find a real name for themselves only through the harshest exercise in depersonalization, by opening themselves to the multiplicities everywhere within them, to the intensities running through them… Experimentation on yourself is our only identity.

Gilles Deleuze

Some of them want to use you, some of them want to abuse you. Some of them want to be used by you. Some of them want to be abused.

Annie Lennox

Depart. Go out. Allow yourself to be seduced one day. Become many, brave the outside world, split off somewhere else… For there is no learning without exposure, often dangerous, to the other. I will never again know what I am, where I am, from where I’m from, from where I’m from, where I’m going, through were to pass. I am exposed to others, to foreign things.

Michel Serres

-slurp… slurp… will you stop that disgusting slurping, you disgusting slurping animal, feeding yourself. What would it matter to yourself or anyone if you just stop feeding and DIED!

Stand further off you fat loathsome whore, you can’t have any more of this soup slurp slurp slurp you animal, and I know you’ll just go pee it all away and where will you do that behind what bush! It’s fucking cold out here… In the new century, I think we will all be insane.

Homeless Woman, Angels in America

You got to swing those hips now

Little Evie

I believe in a race of mutants

GuattariHITS

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PART ONE: NEWSNIGHT

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