Some further thoughts on anarcho-primitivism

My article on anarcho-primitivsm, written in May, has of late sparked some quite interesting debate. In particular, a commenter called Cecil Curry has posted a lengthy response which has also appeared on his blog, Mysidian Dreams. Especially as it claimed to put forward an argument I had failed to address, I thought that this deserved … Continue reading

On climate change, class, and capitalism

When the subject of climate change arises, there are several things that we can expect to hear about quite consistently; The Kyoto Protocol and how well one or other government is living up to their responsibilities. The “green credentials” of various corporate bodies. The introduction of some new “green” tax which will, depending on the … Continue reading