Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi

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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 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 streetbank.com.

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Rare indeed is the book that has a fierceness and intelligence that matches the urgency of our environmental situation, but Mark Boyle has written just such a book. It is a wildly important book, a powerful and profound book. Thank you for writing it.
―Derrick Jensen, coauthor, Deep Green Resistance, and author, Endgame and A Language Older than Words


Each of Mark Boyle’s books has inspired me to dive deeper into myself than 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, Dude Making a Difference


Violence is so common in our culture we take it for granted; it’s background noise in our busy lives. Most alive today have not known a world not at war, nor a neighbor untouched by assault, theft or abuse. And yet, we know of cultures in antiquity that went one thousand years without war. We are not biologically different than those peoples. What are we doing differently that makes us so violent? Can we change? Mark Boyle says if we want to exchange a suicidal trajectory for something bringing us grace, harmony and joy – at peace with our planet – we need to answer that. He does, with style.
―Albert Bates, author, The Post Petroleum Survival Guide and Cookbook and The Biochar Solution


There are two books that have shifted my world entirely: Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything and Mark Boyle’s Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi – and of the two, Boyle’s is by far the most affecting. If you care about the planet, about our place on it, about the devastation that is modern western living, you have to read this book. Read it, think on it, act on it. Only by each of us doing this, can we hope to be the change we need to see in the world. It’s terrifying. But it’s the truth.
―Manda Scott, author, Boudica and Rome


Mark Boyle’s book throws down the gauntlet at the feet of the world as we know it. His challenge to the complicity of all of us – even those of us who work for change and against injustice – in a system that is destroying the planet and most of its species will trouble many. So too will his endorsement of violent methods of resistance alongside the more accepted nonviolent ones. But he asks questions that need answering at every turn – and his call for the climate change generation to replace “reduce, reuse, recycle” with “resist, revolt, rewild” strikes a nerve.
―Chris Brazier, New Internationalist


In a time of quiescence and fossilised orthodoxies, what we need most is honesty about the human predicament. In this thought-provoking book, Mark Boyle challenges us to explore the dark corners we’d all rather look away from.
―Paul Kingsnorth, author, The Wake and cofounder, Dark Mountain Project


Mark’s new work lays bare and dissects the violence that lies behind the comforts of our industrialized society. He asks some very hard questions of the environmental and social change movements, which we will all need to address if we are to create true social justice and restore the wider web of life.
―Graham Burnett, author, Permaculture: A Beginners Guide and The Vegan Book of Permaculture

|Rare indeed is the book that has a fierceness and intelligence that matches the urgency of our environmental situation, but Mark Boyle has written just such a book. It is a wildly important book, a powerful and profound book. Thank you for writing it.
Derrick Jensen, coauthor, Deep Green Resistance, and author, Endgame and A Language Older than Words


Each of Mark Boyle’s books has inspired me to dive deeper into myself than 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, Dude Making a Difference


Violence is so common in our culture we take it for granted; it’s background noise in our busy lives. Most alive today have not known a world not at war, nor a neighbor untouched by assault, theft or abuse. And yet, we know of cultures in antiquity that went one thousand years without war. We are not biologically different than those peoples. What are we doing differently that makes us so violent? Can we change? Mark Boyle says if we want to exchange a suicidal trajectory for something bringing us grace, harmony and joy at peace with our planet we need to answer that. He does, with style.
Albert Bates, author, The Post Petroleum Survival Guide and Cookbook and The Biochar Solution


There are two books that have shifted my world entirely: Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything and Mark Boyle’s Drinking Molotov Cocktails with Gandhi and of the two, Boyle’s is by far the most affecting. If you care about the planet, about our place on it, about the devastation that is modern western living, you have to read this book. Read it, think on it, act on it. Only by each of us doing this, can we hope to be the change we need to see in the world. It’s terrifying. But it’s the truth.
Manda Scott, author, Boudica and Rome


Mark Boyle’s book throws down the gauntlet at the feet of the world as we know it. His challenge to the complicity of all of us even those of us who work for change and against injustice in a system that is destroying the planet and most of its species will trouble many. So too will his endorsement of violent methods of resistance alongside the more accepted nonviolent ones. But he asks questions that need answering at every turn and his call for the climate change generation to replace reduce, reuse, recycle” with resist, revolt, rewild” strikes a nerve.
Chris Brazier, New Internationalist


In a time of quiescence and fossilised orthodoxies, what we need most is honesty about the human predicament. In this thought-provoking book, Mark Boyle challenges us to explore the dark corners we’d all rather look away from.
Paul Kingsnorth, author, The Wake and cofounder, Dark Mountain Project


Mark’s new work lays bare and dissects the violence that lies behind the comforts of our industrialized society. He asks some very hard questions of the environmental and social change movements, which we will all need to address if we are to create true social justice and restore the wider web of life.
Graham Burnett, author, Permaculture: A Beginners Guide and The Vegan Book of Permaculture

About the Author:

Mark Boyle lived completely without money for 3 years, and is the author of the bestselling book, The Moneyless Man, and The Moneyless Manifesto. He is a director of Streetbank.com, an online global sharing community, and the founder of 'The Free House', a smallholding and event space in Ireland that combines permaculture principles with gift-based values. His cash-free adventures have been featured in major media on several continents, inspiring thousands to commit to living better with less.

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