From George Caffentzis: "As I walk through downtown Thessaloniki in the soft evening air I wonder, am I on the deck of the Titanic or am I walking through Paradise?"
From George Caffentzis: "repayment of debt leading to harmful consequences can be legitimately and morally opposed, especially if it creates slave-like conditions on a mass scale and social polarization."
From Rhyd Wildermuth: " Rootless people are easily controlled and coerced, people without the stories, myths, and spirits of a place have nowhere to turn beside the market for the creation of their meaning."
From The Dizzy Wizard: Cracking the lid on our ability to draw from the liminal to the real, and why it is important for this practice to stay Radical.
From John Monroe, an in-depth exploration of the PKK, the historical subjugation of women, the Witch Trials, and the conflict between Capitalism and gods.
From Mark Shekoyan, on Pan, Decolonization, and Rewilding: " In order to create resistance to power, we must first decolonize our minds and practices."
From Sean Donahue: "I hear them -- the dead rattling at the gates. The human ones and the wild ones whose presence was essential to the wholeness and integrity of the living world, who were driven into the realm of the dead before their time, and who are clamoring to return."