Lia Embil I began with the rising sun, and the icy wind. The water was still cold from the darkness of the night. People came by, watching me collect natural objects and trash from the ocean, bring them to land, and lay them out in a circular configuration. Back and forth, back and forth. I remained there, on that shore, moving and bending and walking and carrying and … [Read more...] about We, the Ocean
Raymond Nat Turner Plundering our planet, the parasitic capitalistClass places itself above/apart from nature andHumanity… And its corporate parrots repeatGalaxy-colonizing crack pipe claptrap ofbillionaire bosses regarding missions of phallicboy toys sucked up from sweat beads of toilers… I spoke with Sun Ra and Ra said: “If they arriveAlive, Hannibal Lecter masks are … [Read more...] about Interstellar slavery: coming to a planet near you?
Michael A. Lebowitz The exploitation of workers is at the core of capitalism. It explains capital’s drive to divide workers in order to grow. Exploitation is the source of the inequality characteristic of capitalism. To fight inequality, we must fight capitalist exploitation. However, inequality is only one aspect of capitalism. In and by itself, exploitation is inadequate … [Read more...] about Double Deformation: Capital v. Nature & Humanity