“Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There was never a democracy that did not commit suicide.”
Editorial by C.A. Stephens for Paradigm Magazine & Original Artwork by Aniella Ernández The green divide between the haves and have-nots in the United States grows wider by the day, putting the country at risk of becoming what Jefferson called a suicidal democracy. As the chasm expands, citizens on both sides are at odds. Those ...
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“As for revolution, it’s a word that has been appropriated too many times by the advertisers; revolution has been properly killed by the cool-hunters: the word is a trophy on their wall. We need to use new words to embody the original spirit. I use insurrection; there are many others.”
Introduction by Adria Leeper-Sullivan Interview Theo Constantinou & Photographs Courtesy of the Artist Filastine is an artist of great emotion fleshing out the necessity of sadness, or anger. ...