It makes me feel a mixture of surprise and tedium to keep finding gmail addresses on mailing lists of alternative projects that claim to be fighting against the big megacorporations.
Years ago I wrote this article for indymedia colleagues who invited me to a telegram group, and for others who started communicating via twitter in preparation for indymedia’s 20th anniversary celebration.
This is an update.
Notes from the talk by volunteers of the Cooperativa de Energía EnergÉtica, a not-for-profit cooperative organization, in December 2017 in Briviesca, Burgos, Castilla, Spain
Radical Routes is a coop of coops. It is best explained on their website, but in a personal, shorter definition, it can be seen as occupy, climate and similar camps, and squats, taken to the day-to-day, sustainable way of life. In as much as possible.