From Christopher Scott Thompson: “Gaelic culture, over the centuries, had developed an effective social welfare system in which the poor and disadvantaged could compel assistance from the powerful through magical acts of “direct action.” The law intervened to crush them, by scourging, branding and hanging defiant bards.”
From James Lindenschmidt: "Debt underlies all aspects of class struggle. Since the destruction of the Commons, there is no other possibility for most people to subsist and reproduce their lives."
From Niki Whiting: “Women’s work,” women’s bodies, women’s embodied experience, in fact, all human embodied experiences, are inconvenient for the capitalist machine. Because our bodies are not machines.
From Kadmus: "In the face of the Market the pagan says “No” to the dominance of any one value and “No” to a limitless nihilistic process of destruction and control. Here, in part, is our integrity, where we draw the line and state clearly that some things, many things, even most things have no market price."
Do the gods care if we have money? From Jennifer Lawrence, a discussion of poverty and devotion.
From Lia Hunter: In an unbalanced world spinning into chaos, will the healers that the Earth has produced hear their names being chanted by the Earth and spirits, and answer the call to bring their tools to bear at the root of the problems?
From Johnny Rapture: "Reflecting on marches, May Day, and the possibilities of Pagan theology."
From James Lindenschmidt: "It doesn't matter what kind of Pagan you are, which specific tradition, subculture, or set of Pagan values you embrace, we Pagans are a conquered people."
From Fjothr Odinsdottir Lokakvan: "...another world is possible and I want a hand in helping it exist."