📛 📛 📛 here is an article about antisemitism that should be MANDATORY for every leftist to read: 📛 📛 📛
no, seriously, read it. ALL of it, NOW (okay, it's very long, you probably don't have to read it all at once). if you don't read it, i will officially revoke your status of being on the left and call you a liberal ;P.
📛 📛 📧 please boost the hell out of this toot and talk about this important topic! (also, consider copying the contents of this toot and putting then into a toot of your own, like those chain letters everybody hates) 📧 📛 📛
If you live in Oz, don't mourn for Labor's loss, organize.
The Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation: https://asf-iwa.org.au/
Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) Australia: http://iww.org.au/
How To Make Trouble And Influence People: https://www.howtomaketroubleandinfluencepeople.org/
der Lurch in der Politik,
das Gesindel an der Macht ..
die PK, wirklurch das Allerletzte
Asking for help, please boost.
Okay, making it through this month is proving to be harder than expected. We're still waiting for the DWP to pay us (we've had nothing since the end of January) and I have -£6 in the bank and a £70 broadband/phone bill to pay. If you can spare a little cash, it'd help us hugely. Thank you! (Boosts very much appreciated.)
I want to write a free, copyleft book about how to thrive on low income in the USA, because all the books on personal finance give advice like "don't buy a latte every day," instead of "first, get your staples at the food bank, and *then* any other food via food stamps."
I've been writing an outline, and I need more sources. What books and links can you tell me about that are like more the food stamp example? (And please retoot!)
okay this may sound really dumb but I'm gonna ask it anyway (sustainability, music, computers)
I'm thinking about trying to experiment with synthesizers to make music, but I want to make music for a more sustainable world. I already worry about the electricity used, but I'm certain we can figure out a way to make that not as much of an issue. The components that make up electronics and electronic instruments are what I'm more worried about. I'm having trouble researching how sustainable making computer chips and circuit boards and etc is. Can anyone help me out?
(they/them preferred, but any/all fine)
Sunbeam City is a anticapitalist, antifascist solarpunk instance that is run collectively.