Welcome tO the

Anti-Tech Collective

est. February 2021

"Let's address the ROOT problem."

 MISSION STATEMENT

The modern technological system is waging a multi-front war against morality, health, human dignity, freedom of thought, and the natural environment. In an effort to fight back, we've made it our mission to provide an uncensored, interactive platform for anti-tech expression, dialogue, and activism.

By spreading awareness of the problems inherent to technology we hope to unite those seeking emancipation from the technological system.

***We do this for the birds, the trees, and our right to be free***

 

Submit your work to
antitechcollective@protonmail.com

and we'll consider featuring it

on the website!

WRITING

ABOUT TECH?

Wait a minute...

"How can you be against modern technology, yet have a WEBSITE?"

 spotlight 

Jesse Dustin

The History of Nicholas & the Oracle of Knowledge

 

"Translated" from an archaic text recovered long ago, this document/novel explores the pains and fears of both existing within, and escaping from, the Industrial world - in search of some form of freedom and hope for the future. How do we navigate this changing world? How will it change in our absence? How strong will the draw be to return to such a world, and how will our children view the decisions we've made to provide a more wholesome, nature-based future for them?

 

All these themes and more are explored in:

𝕋𝕙𝕖 ℍ𝕚𝕤𝕥𝕠𝕣𝕪 𝕠𝕗 ℕ𝕚𝕔𝕠𝕝𝕒𝕤 & 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕆𝕣𝕒𝕔𝕝𝕖 𝕠𝕗 𝕂𝕟𝕠𝕨𝕝𝕖𝕕𝕘𝕖

Check it out in the Fiction section of the Library!

Our friend Thomas has created

a new website for connecting anti-tech thinkers.

Visit anti-tech.net to find out more.

New interview w/ David Skrbina

   on Hermitix Podcast

watch

here!

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GRAND REVOLUTION

A NEW book edited by David Skrbina

TENTATIVE CONTENTS 


Introduction, by David Skrbina, PhD 
1.  “The Real Cause of the Environmental Crisis”, by Griffin Kiegiel 
2.  “Revolutionary Art”, by Savona Safaoui 
3.  “The Technology Virus: How Much Technology is Needed to Live a Good Life?”, by M. H. T. Kang 
4.  “The Conservation of Man and Wild Nature in Light of 21st Century Post-Industrial Technologies”, by West Northwest 
5.  “Overcoming the Technêcrat”, by Darrell Bolin 

6.  “Democracy Not: The Impossibility of Democratic Political Freedom under Modern Technology”, by Chad A. Haag 
7.  “Technological Medicine: The Destruction of Natural Health in the Techno-Industrial Medical Complex”, by Heidi Gabr 
8.  “The Positive Devolution of Production”, by Ryan Glavin 
9.  “Primitive Authenticity”, by Milton Bäcksbacka 
10.  “An Old Beat from a New Drum,” by Charlie Clendening. 

Forthcoming

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“In spite of all the men of good will, all the optimists, all the doers of history, the civilizations of the world are being ringed about with a band of steel.”

—  Jacques Ellul, “The Technological Society” (1964), p. 127