From C.S. Thompson: "If organized religion is the opium of the people, magical religion can be our medicine."
"...The god is fighting for the simple joy The sweetness of pure movement, the delight Of perfect action, flawless, self-contained..." By Christopher Scott Thompson
From C.S. Thompson: A book review in verse.
From C.S. Thompson: Forgotten in all histories of anarchism is the extraordinary and obscure figure of John Oswald.
From C.S. Thompson: "I hope you’ll agree that calling for the “extermination” of our writers is a very different matter."
From C.S. Thompson: Whatever strength we possess, let us use it only to resist unjust power.
From C.S. Thompson: "Solidarity is a type of love, not based on personal history or affinity but on the simple act of standing together as comrades even though you might have almost nothing else in common."
C.S. Thompson writes: I claim this right to decide for myself, which naturally includes the right to place myself in service to that which I believe is worth serving.
From Christopher Scott Thompson.