Category Archives: anarchism

Simon Jenkins makes the case for anarchism – unintentionally

Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins has been getting all exercised about the Archbishop of Canterbury’s recent speech to the Trades Union Congress about the evils of the “gig economy”. The main reason for this seems to be his belief that the Church of … Continue reading

Posted in anarchism, News and politics | Leave a comment

The least self-aware man on Earth?

As I think this is all a comedy, I’m going to start it in true comedy movie trailer-style. Meet Michael Schmidt! I’ve never heard of him, and nor have you! In spite of apparently being kind of a big deal in … Continue reading

Posted in anarchism, News and politics | Leave a comment

Anti-capitalists

For the first time since the Second World War, St Paul’s Cathedral in London is closed, a few hundred people camped outside to protest against capitalism having achieved what previously required the might of the Luftwaffe at its peak. Apparently … Continue reading

Posted in anarchism, News and politics, St Pauls protest | Leave a comment