No really-existing fascism has arisen within humanity that was not industrialist. This then begs an obvious question–why do those of us who oppose industrialization find ourselves being accused of being fascist? From Ramon Elani & Rhyd Wildermuth
Dr. Bones, blind drunk and running towards a deadline, breaks down the shift in Turkish foreign policy and what it means to American Radicals
"Ye have called the Forces Outside to aid in ye struggle for liberation. Be mindful that the Code stay safe..."
John Halstead discusses Distributism as a rejection of both capitalism and socialism.
"Anyone who doesn’t see the need for new collective action on the macroscopic plane vis-a-vis the potential of pandemics, nuclear dynamics, climate change and medical access/cost/quality — to name only four of four hundred crises plus — simply isn’t paying attention."
From Sable Aradia: "...as long as managers are playing with other people's money without consequence they will continue to take dangerous risks;"
When I was ten years old, my parents sat me down and with tight lips they explained that Daddy’s union was on strike and so we would be “tightening our […]
23 Things is a series that examines and explores the theories presented in Oxford-trained economist Ha-Joon Chang’s 23 Things They Don’t Tell You About Capitalism. I will examine each of his 23 […]