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Kropotkin on the Paris Commune

In Volume One of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, I included excerpts from Peter Kropotkin’s essay on the Paris Commune, in which he argued that the lesson to be drawn from the Commune was the need for the people themselves to abolish capitalism and to create anarchist communism through their own direct action. 1,471 more words


When will the Church of England join the revolution?

Following the very clear vote in favour of equal marriage in Ireland, the Archbishop of Dublin has spoken of a social revolution and of a Church becoming disconnected with the people.   303 more words

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Unite, Social and Spiritual Revolutionaries

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

You might’ve heard that we’re undergoing a social and spiritual revolution, but what exactly does this mean?

Some people are familiar with the idea of social revolution, which we have people like Che Guevara and Bob Marley to thank for, while others are more familiar with spiritual revolution, which some well-known people like Russell Brand have brought to the mainstream’s attention. 1,090 more words

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The Birth of the Spiritual Revolutionary

By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness

I don’t know how this ascension process is affecting all of you, but personally, I’m going through a massive internal transformation. 872 more words

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Revolution in Rojava: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Another May 1st has come and gone. Sometimes I post material from the Chicago anarchists and Haymarket Martyrs around May Day, whose executions on November 11, 1887 helped to cement May 1st as an international day of solidarity and protest for workers around the world. 1,821 more words


Audrey’s Colorful Road… (part 3 of 3)

 Day 16: Third Time’s the Charm

by Jennifer Stump Garcia

As Audrey and I sit with our legs tucked beneath us on the elongated sofa, we share the hot chocolate and biscotti she has prepared. 1,008 more words

Writing 101



At some point
the people
will grow weary waiting for revolution…

The young
will forsake
the leadership
of old folk,
no longer seeking the beacon of hope… 37 more words