fashwave is an offshoot of vaporwave; a post-modernist aesthetic born of the social affect and generational nostalgia years later for the peak of late capitalist consumer culture before/during the early days of internet media and the apparent letdown that the digital revolution supposedly heralded and simultaneously destroyed when it finally 'arrived'
You're worried about Jews but if you understood Fashwaves origins you'd notice the marxist critique inherent to the shallowness and irony of Vaporwave born A E S T H E T I C S being intimately tied to 80s/90s consumer electronics and apathetic-resignation to capitalist culture of the 00s onwards. To put it bluntly, it's a leftist/postmodernist meme so good the right uses it too, and yet they don't have a problem with it. Now THAT is subversive.>Yet, Harper (2012) also cites psychoanalytic and Marxist influences in vaporwave’s name, drawing on the concept of sublimation in Freudian thinking, and Marx’s quote from the Communist Manifesto, in which he states that “all that is solid melts into air” – referring to the constant changes to society under capitalism.
This is my first post in this thread but all I'm saying is that I grin a little every time I see a fashy confusing the nostalgic melancholy and idealised past inherent to A E S T H E T I C S does NOT exist without out the grim realisation that the past cannot be brought back; and by knowingly linging onto the past you're expecting to be doomed to it. But, that's what memory is. As Engels said 'Living is Dying'
It's a jewish trick and you fell for it.
still hate the kikes/neo-merxist/post-modernists? You haven't learned from what the really said.
I guess it can look cool though. Have a wp.