Sylvia Federici's "Caliban & The Witch" radically transformed our understanding of the witch burnings. Here are other books from her and the Midnight Notes Collective of deep interest to Pagan Anti-Capitalists
From George Caffentzis & Silvia Federici: "What god is being honored, if not the God of Banks: the money form?"
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 James Lindenschmidt: "The world is bigger than the mechanistic, reductionist viewpoint upon which capitalism depends."
From Tomás Ben-Sefis: "The marriage equality movement is for the gay elite, for the monied White hordes of gay men and lesbians who are “acceptable “enough to warrant the rights straight people have had."
From Anthony Rella: "...we need those on the edges: the radicals, the queer, the marginalized, the ones who speak up and remind me of what I'd want to ignore. "
From Asa West: "when you realize that the work you're doing isn't effective, you have to be willing to stop and switch to something else. Because throwing yourself into pointless work is nothing more than a slow spiritual death."
From Jonathan Woolley: With this consumer-vendor dynamic in mind, what becomes clear is that Paganism is less a religion - in terms of its political economy - and more akin to a literary genre, with an accompanying fandom.