In the following episode of MEOW: A Literary Podcast for Cats, we read a passage from Prof. Sam Austen's bold new translation of Ted Kaczynski's infamous manifesto, which has earned him a lifetime ban from Golden State Medical University, where he formerly chaired the Feline Behavioral Sciences department. A brief interview with Mr. Austen follows.
“The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have been a disaster for the feline race...”
First published in 1995, Theodore “Ted” Kaczynski’s explosive and prescient assault on all things modern has since been translated into over 10 languages, but never before has it been made accessible to your cat.
Feline linguist and frequent prison correspondent Sam Austen’s translation provides long-awaited access to Kaczynski’s unabridged text to housecats, arming them with the revolutionary knowledge required to transcend their shameful domestication and make the world a better place - by any means necessary.
Praise for this bold new translation of Industrial Society and its Future:
“Meow meow meow meow meow meow meow. Meow meow meow, meow meow. Meow.” - Scruffle Pie, Unaltered Domestic Shorthair “Meow meow meow? Meow! MEOW. MEOW. MEOW.” - Wiggles, Stray Tabby / Militant “Meow meow meow! If you release this trash, I am going to kill you.” - Anonymous Poster, Anarcho-Primitivist Reddit forum