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Just a short post to say thank you to all Pandaemonium readers. It’s been another tumultuous year, from Brexit to Brazil, from Myanmar to MeToo. Another year posing new questions, challenging old analyses, generating fractious debates. Hopefully Pandaemonium has played a role in navigating through this and in the rethinking necessary for our time.

I want especially to thank my Patrons. Patreon, for those who don’t know, is a crowdfunding platform for funding the work of writers, artists and musicians, allowing supporters to make small monthly contributions – anything from $1 to $50 (or more if you wish…).  Here is a video explaining how it works:

The only difference is that on Pandaemonium, rather than asking you to make a payment for specific content, I am asking supporters to make a monthly contribution. Think of it as a kind of (voluntary) subscription to help it grow.

Many of the projects I had hoped to launch (including podcasts and ebooks) have been delayed because of lack of time. I still hope to get them off the ground over the next year. Many patrons are due signed copies of From Fatwa to Jihad (or other rewards). I have contacted you but not heard back from everyone. So if you do want a copy, do get in touch.

If you are not already a patron of Pandaemonium, and would like to play Santa, here is where you can sign up. And here are the details of how to become a patron. My thanks again to all the readers and supporters of Pandaemonium, and most especially to all the patrons. I greatly appreciate your support. And Merry Xmas all.


    • Torbjörn Janson

      And I’ve replied to your Patreon message to me about the book. Yes please, I’d love a copy. 😊🙏

  1. Bruce Madeiros

    Great blog 😆😆😆. Just please I dont live in the Marxist super state as Christmas is effectively banned. I’m in Norway at the moment and there are a lot of chinese tourists. I wonder why ??.?
    Have a great Christmas occasion 😆😆😆

  2. damon

    Oh dear, a lot of people are dumping Patreon because of their overbearing censorship attitude towards some of their YouTube content creators.
    See Tim Pool going slightly nuts about it. He’s lost about $5,000 a month over it.

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