Monthly Archives: December 2012
ParkeHarrison Flying Lesson (2000) The State is a social relationship; a certain way of people relating to one another. It can be destroyed by creating new social relationships; i.e., by people relating to one another differently. Gustav Landauer The struggle … Continue reading
Once upon a time, three friends beneath the soft shade of grape vines shared their Bartleby … for them.
It was once remarked (by Guy Debord) that a society whose members are fully born within the spectacle will not have any other reference point than the spectacle itself making the prospects of a revolution unlikely. We would like to … Continue reading
Agustin García Calvo's works, creations, continue to live and to animate others. His wisdom now acts as a source, from which many can draw sustenance. Having earlier marked his passing (Agustin García Calvo: His passing and his presence), we now … Continue reading
From Solidarity Federation, the British section of the International Workers Association, an article that originally appeared in the Occupied Times of London (30/10/2012). Direct Action, as typically understood within anarchism, is not an apology for violence, which is what it is often reduced … Continue reading
POEMA DA CURVA Não é o ângulo reto que me atrai, Nem a linha reta, dura, inflexível criada pelo o homem. O que me atrai é a curva livre e sensual. A curva que encontro no curso sinuoso dos nossos … Continue reading
On November 17th was announced another okupation in Madrid and the creation of a new Self-Managed Okupied Social Centre. The new okupation now carries a name: the CSOA Raíces, or Roots. Roots, because radical, because okupations contest the very foundations … Continue reading