In trademark artistic style, Corske explores the relationships between state and private ownership of land and the domination of the human species.
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In this installment, the Free Radical Media crew talks with Lou Sagar, CEO of Evolver.net and the Evolver Network, which includes the Evolver Social Movement and Reality Sandwich. We discuss the potential of transformative culture, “conscious consumerism,” New Media, herbalism, alternative economic models, the Evolver movement and the culture in which it exists. We had a fantastic, open-ended conversation with Lou on this reality and the realities that can be built in the future.
Find out more about Evolver on their website.
Abby Martin speaks with Peter Joseph, founder of the Zeitgeist Movement about the philosophy behind the organization, the unsustainability of the current economic system and the model proposed by the movement for a sustainable future that works harmoniously with nature.
This is the introduction to Sacred Economics: Money, Gift, and Society in the Age of Transition, by Charles Eisenstein, courtesy of Evolver Editions/North Atlantic Books and Reality Sandwich.
The purpose of this book is to make money and human economy as sacred as everything else in the universe.
Today we associate money with the profane, and for good reason. If anything is sacred in this world, it is surely not money. Money seems to be the enemy of our better instincts, as is clear every time the thought “I can’t afford to” blocks an impulse toward kindness or generosity. Money seems to be the enemy of beauty, as the disparaging term “a sellout” demonstrates. Money seems to be the enemy of every worthy social and political reform, as corporate power steers legislation toward the aggrandizement of its own profits. Money seems to be destroying the earth, as we pillage the oceans, the forests, the soil, and every species to feed a greed that knows no end.… Read the rest