TOTW: No Fly Zones

  • Posted on: 4 November 2018
  • By: SUDS

Today’s political landscape is becoming increasingly polarized. The subject of identity continues to dominate the narrative, urged on perhaps by our new augmented reality. Yet, where exactly do we map those lines in the sand?

In localized communities of yore there may have been more incentive to look beyond the tunnel vision of our personal narratives, because if we couldn’t navigate civil discourse with our co-workers, families, and neighbors, there was simply no one else around.

Beyond Ideology

  • Posted on: 11 September 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From New Compass - by Yavor Tarinski

Ideology castrates ideas, turning them into sterile and mummified dogmas that cannot exist beyond their initial form. If we are going to challenge the existing order, we will have to move beyond ideology. This does not mean abdicating from our ideas and principles, but their constant re-evaluation and development.


Don't Worry, You Can Sleep at Night

  • Posted on: 10 September 2015
  • By: thecollective

…and Being Able to Sleep Functions as a Symptom of a Greater Problem

No longer do the ideological extremes function as the ultimate threat to our livelihoods, yet many within the so-called anarchist milieu (or other radical-leftist currents) remained focused on defending themselves from such extremes as central tenets of their praxis. How do we prevent ourselves from structuring ourselves after scarecrows—mere shells of humans existing only as a response to a threat, perched in place against crows, against the Other?