Featuring Kiarna Boyd, Cassandra Boyd, Shane Burley, Ryan Smith and Dr. Bones, with music by Eddy Dyer.
From Yvonne Aburrow, a review of a London exhibition.
“Trump and the Alt-Right aren’t talking about anything that hasn’t already existed for millions of Americans”
From Dr. Bones, on the white massacre of a Black Florida town
From Rhyd Wildermuth, on empire, Arthur, and Lorna Smithers’ book, The Broken Cauldron
When you’re a bystander witnessing abuse, what do you do? A brief introduction to Bystander Intervention, from Syren Nagakyrie
When all the terrible things that are happening now seem overwhelming, it is useful to reflect on past struggles and try to find what worked. It is clear that broad coalitions are needed between different groups, as happened with the UK miners’ strike and LGBT people — the miners supported same-sex marriage when it came up as a policy in the Labour Party. Solidarity is real.
From Christopher Scott Thompson, an overview of self-defense traditions.
The Dakota Access Pipeline is both a physical manifestation of colonization, as well as a spiritual symbol of the colonization of our minds and hearts by capitalism and white supremacy.
InfoSec 101, a guide to securing your digital and communications security, from Jaimie Morgan
An Emergency Preparedness Guide, prepared by a leftist emergency services professional. Everything is just a bit […]
From Jonathan Woolley, a review of David Graeber’s timely collection of essays.
Capitalism and the state are under threat. Who is threatening them? We are.
Digital edition of Pagan Anarchism now available!
From Fjothr Lokakvan: Joy is Life-Affirming
A poem about the power in numbers, by Linda Boeckhout.
From Sabina Magliocco: “resistance does not just consist of Molotov cocktails, guerilla warfare, and sabotage against the oppressor.”
“Ye have called the Forces Outside to aid in ye struggle for liberation. Be mindful that the Code stay safe…”
From T. Thorn Coyle Disclosure: property destruction is not a tactic I personally use, so that colors what […]
From Pat Mosly: When I say that Trump is not my president, I do not mean that Clinton is. I mean that there is no one who is my president.
Solidarity networks are powerful ways to fight oppression. They’re also ways to build a new world.
from Sean Donahue: “It comes down to this now: do we believe in the power of our prayers, our spells, our gods?”
From Yvonne Aburrow: “once capitalism has used you up, it just wants to throw you on the scrap-heap.”
A poem from T. Thorn Coyle
‘Through the concrete of office blocks and headphones of call centres, over the white noise of television, we still hear the Cwn Annwn howling. The harder we try to shut them out the louder they howl…’
“Though they broke our legs, they gave us a crutch to walk…”
What can Rojava teach us about urban liberation? (an excerpt from Pagan Anarchism)
Writing is work, and all work has value.
Connecting the Norman Conquest and Peasants’ Revolt with fracking and the housing crisis via the Enclosures and Industrial Revolution, the show draws a compelling narrative through the people’s history of Britain. Part TED talk, part folk club sing-a-long, come and share these tales as they have been shared for generations.
For The Morrígna on Samhain, by Judith O’Grady
Spoken word from several G&R Writers; music from Pete Witham & The Cozmik Zombies.
From Alley Valkyrie, on the disparate police response to the the Bundy occupation and the Standing Rock defense.
Gay is an ‘identity,’ one I often fail to perform to the collective group-think of gays or straights…
When an Archon doesn’t want you to think about the dead, it’s time to think about the dead….
“I don’t want to be well, not if it means living and thinking as they do”
From Sophia Fate-Changer Martinez, on politics and gods
An urgent communique, notes on the internet outage, the resistance to the Dakota pipeline, and on getting cops and soldiers to desert…
From Judith O’Grady: what’s the real difference between religious belief and political beliefs?
‘A valuable repository of wisdom on storytelling written by a passionate and knowledgeable guide with a deep love of the natural world and a keen understanding of contemporary environmental and political concerns.’
Updates, and the cover for Pagan Anarchism!
From Alley Valkyrie
No vote to end the American nightmare will ever be on the ballot.
From Christopher Scott Thompson’s new book, Pagan Anarchism: on Primitivism, Anti-Civilization, and what to do about the urban.
From Yvonne Aburrow: The rise in hate crime after Brexit prompted many to wonder if we had woken up in 1933, or some other extreme dystopia.
“I look at the recording studio as a landing pad for the descent of higher entities… hopefully.”
A maddening two-part tour of the bowls of Trump’s America led by Dr. Bones and King Don, Lord of the Universe
A maddening two-part tour of the bowels of Trump’s America, led by Dr. Bones and King Don, Lord of the Universe
Weekly Update: Pagan Anarchism, corvid neuroscience, & the historical unity of the ruling class.
Pre-Order information for Christopher Scott Thompson’s new book, Pagan Anarchism
From Anthony Rella: “If we name The Millennial as the egregore it is, we magic workers and disruptors can befriend it and direct its power for transformation.”