This is a must listen. Pete Quinones interviews Bellamy Fitzpatrick on Ted Kaczynski. From what I gather, the Goofy Gillis/Alexander Rodham Ross sectors of the anarchist milieu about the interest in Kaczynski among other anarchists. Because fascism or something. Listen to the interview here. Bellamy Fitzpatrick is a […]
This is the kind of discussion that needs to happen more often. These two guys represent the best of the Left and Right.
In which A & B discuss C.H.A.Z. / C.H.O.P., explore the philosophical concepts of liberty and autonomy, and comment on the concept of ‘White Fragility’
Amory Devereux and Bellamy Fitzpatrick discuss the current situation of widespread protests and riots throughout the Western world, BLM, and the theoretical connections between shared values and the need to defend them.
In which A & B expand on the ideas of pan-secessionism, and also consider the spiritual and ecological motivations for non-societal approaches to living.
Having established a general overview of humanity arrived at its current juncture, A & B now start to lay out ‘what can be done’, in very broad strokes. Bellamy starts to lay out what pan-secessionism would look like.
Pete invited Bellamy Fitzpatrick to come on the show. Bellamy is a self-described “Green Anarchist” who joins Pete to have a conversation that includes an explanation of what G.A. means to him and to find some common ground among people who realize that, first and foremost, the State […]
This is the best critique of the mainstream left-anarchist movement that I have seen to date. Kudos. By Bellamy Fitzpatrick “Do you think you can take over the universe and improve it? I do not believe it can be done. The universe is sacred. You cannot improve it. […]
By Bellamy Fitzpatrick Invocations of ‘Left’ and ‘Right’ are extremely common in political discussions. Typically, they are deployed as hopelessly vague terms of abuse or goofy indications of team loyalty, unfortunately including among anarchists, libertarians, and other radicals. I have argued for years that these terms are so […]
By Bellamy Fitzpatrick I have found a new humility. It was almost four years ago now that I moved from the San Francisco Bay Area to this new place I have grown to love. It has been said that urban radical subcultures have a tendency to degenerate into […]