Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi

Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi More than ever people are longing for deep and meaningful change Another world is not only possible it is essential Yet despite our creative and determined efforts to attain social justice and ecolog

More than ever, people are longing for deep and meaningful change Another world is not only possible it is essential Yet despite our creative and determined efforts to attain social justice and ecological sustainability, our global crises continue to deepen.In Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi, best selling author Mark Boyle argues that our political and economic sMore than ever, people are longing for deep and meaningful change Another world is not only possible it is essential Yet despite our creative and determined efforts to attain social justice and ecological sustainability, our global crises continue to deepen.In Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi, best selling author Mark Boyle argues that our political and economic system has brought us to the brink of climate catastrophe, ransacking ecosystems and unraveling communities for the benefit of the few at the expense of the many He makes a compelling case that we must rewild the political landscape, as history teaches us that positive social change has always been wrought by movements prepared to use any means available.The time has come for pacifists, revolutionaries, and freedom fighters to work together for the creation of a world worth sustaining Eloquent, visionary, and beautifully written, this incendiary manifesto strikes at the heart of the world s crises and reframes our understanding of how to solve them, signaling a turning point in our journey towards an ecologically just society.The three R s of the climate change generation reduce, reuse, and recycle are long overdue for an upgrade.Welcome to resist, revolt, rewild.Mark Boyle is the author of The Moneyless Man and The Moneyless Manifesto He lived completely without money for three years, and is a director of the global sharing community street

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  1. Mark Boyle aka The Moneyless Man born 8 May 1979 is a business graduate who lived completely without money for three years, and is the best selling author of The Moneyless Man 2010 , and The Moneyless Manifesto 2012 and Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi 2015.He is a director of Streetbank, a charity which enables people across the world to share skills and resources with neighbours Mark writes for publications as varied as the Guardian and Permaculture magazine, contributes to international radio and television, and has been featured in major media including CNN, The Telegraph, BBC, The Huffington Post, ABC, Mother Jones and Metro He lives on a smallholding in Ireland.

276 Reply to “Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi”

  1. Each of Mark s books have inspired me to dive deeper into myself then ever before With the knowledge he shares in his writing I have had no choice but to make great changes in my life to live out my beliefs Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi was the toughest of his books to swallow but the most necessary in realizing what must be done to live on a truly sustainable and just planet There is no hiding from the truth after reading this book Rob Greenfield author of Dude Making a Difference



  2. Outstanding, inspiring, well researched with well argued case points Ultimately depressing however There s not an argument I disagree with in this book and Boyle s vision of a future world is a beautiful one, but how to actually get there is less evident Sabotage of industrial corporate s facilities and the re introduction of the grey wolf into the wild doesn t seem like a particularly coherent plan to destabilise the despised Machine But then, it s not an easy conquest either More than one mind [...]


  3. This book must be read and acted upon Absorb it, believe it, know it to be true and move forward knowingly, purposefully.


  4. There are some thought provoking ideas in here, some I agree with and some I don t but I enjoyed being challenged by them nonetheless Lower rating due to the writing style of the book, it is very manifesto like with a lot of capitalized buzzwords and phrases which I think could people who are not already invested in the idea off of reading it Additionally, many of the parallels he draws eg between free willed people and the human immune system simply don t hold up.




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