Foucault

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“To call me a 'homosexual' is to use terminology that has existed only since the medicalisation of discourse that occurred in the mid-to-late nineteenth century, in line with the newly-established intersubjective demands of the hegemonic order of late capitalism. Because of the inevitable lacuna between signifier and signified, obvious to all of us with operating within post-Saussurean paradigms and demonstrated with particular clarity in the work of Jacques Derrida - in his book On Touching. John, Look, a Nancy Boy! - it can be said that the term 'homosexual' is an empty referant that serves only to enhance the political agenda of the late capitalist polity. Ooh, go on then stud, let me suck it.”

~ Michel Foucault on himself


“All men are gay, All men are gay, All men are gay.”

~ Michel Foucault on straight guys

“If i want to fuck someone then he should be available.”

~ Michel Foucault on Straight guys
Michel Foucault two years before his death. As you can obviously tell by the photo, he was very fond of Islamism and [eating dinner].
Foucault was famous for pwning other philosophers of his time.

Easily the most dangerous man who has ever lived, Michel Foucault (pronounced "Michael Foo-cult") was one of the most prominent pre-Socratic philosophers. Born in Japan, in year 22BC, he became famous for writing his first book titled Baldness and Civilization at the age of 24, in 04 AD. It earned the [Caldecott Medal] in 05 AD.

It is well recorded that he had sexual relations with many other philosophers, including Derrida, Marx, and Habermas. Rumor has it that he once date raped the band Radiohead, but the accusation remains unconfirmed.

He's known for inventing, among many other things, fundamental islamism, beard and history. He also invented paranoid psychosis, a condition believed to be caused by reading his books. He is the originator of the now-uncontroversial theory of Don't Listen to Doctors, which inspired Czar Josef "Mario" Stalin of Soviet Russia to expire.

He broke his neck while he was trying to give himself aural pleasure trying to lick his own ear in an attempt which he himself described as "inventing new possibilities of pleasure with strange parts of the body - through the eroticization of the body, a creative enterprise, which has as one of its main features what I call the desexualization of pleasure" (History of Sexuality, Volume Nine). He died two days later, in 27 AD. Because their dates of death seem to correlate (or birth depending on how you decide they messed up their math), there is some speculation that Michel Foucault was in fact Original Jesus. If this is the case, cheese is good.

As predicted in John 11:14, Foucault rose again in the twentieth century to defend himself against [humanism], structuralism, and modernity. It was during this resurrection that Michel Foucault wrote most of Queen's songs, including "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "My Name Is" by [Eminem]. He gained popularity as the [Dan Brown] of Socio-Political thinking.

Foucault easily bested anarchist degenerate Noam Chomsky in a televised debate using a winning combination of convoluted denials of reality outside of meaning and the [bald-head] [defensive formation]. The debate topics were human nature, the just society, and [looking awesome on television]. Foucault professed not to believe in human nature, justice, heterosexuality, paper, AIDS or death, turning Chomsky gay. Captain Obvious interjected that Foucault was ranting like a paranoid, a suggestion that was easily rebutted by Foucault's awesome baldness.

It is commonly known that Foucault had the extraordinary ability to change the Iranian regime at will, and to defy expectations. Precisely for this reason, the Neoconservative Bush Administration sought but failed to attain the power to resurrect this most terrifying philosopher. President Obama ran on the Poststructuralist platform on language and the creation of knowledge to force Americans to accept communism, rational thought, and gay marriage.


Bibliography[edit]

  • Discipline and Punish: Some Methods You May Not Have Tried Yet (But Should)
  • Baldness and Civilization (04 AD)
  • This Might Be a Pipe
  • The Gynecology of Knowledge
  • The History of Dendrophilia: Vol. CVIII
  • On the Hermeneutics of Scurrillium
  • What are the Iranians Screaming About?
  • On Touching: John, Look! A Nancy Boy

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