Yes, it does seem that there is largely no interest in this subject. I have been in the past a student of popular culture, and much of my scholarship included incorporation study of "fringe modalities" and ideas from outside of mainstream culture into popular culture. The fringe movements are always marginalized, considered dangerous or "wacky", but it is from the ideas of people who are truly free thinking that innovation and change in all aspects of society originate whether it's considered radical change or reactionary. In the process, it is necessary to discredit and marginalize the source of the idea in order to create a new identity for what is generally considered dangerous and crazy. In that way, it becomes safe for the masses.
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