Author Archives: Julius Gavroche

The nameless of all metropolises, unite!

Reflections amidst the proliferation of rebellions … Where, then, is the positive possibility of a German emancipation? Answer: In the formulation of a class with radical chains, a class of civil society which is not a class of civil society, … Continue reading

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Chile: From protest to insurgency

Every protest against inequality, or the perceived assault on former “equality” and the arrogance and blindness of politicians, is today a potential spark for rebellion and insurrection. Today it is chile, lebanon, hong kong; just yesterday, it was ecuador, haiti, … Continue reading

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Ecuador: Finding direction in an insurrection

Raúl Zibechi’s reading of the most recent revolt in ecuador unveils a shift in the radical politics of the americas (and perhaps beyond) – one announced earlier, embryonically, in the movements-insurrections of this century – and which we might wish … Continue reading

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Catalonia: Trapped between nationalisms

The problems of Catalonia are talked about too often. What problems of Catalonia? In Catalonia there is no problem; the only problem that could have arisen in Catalonia is posed by us; but the problem that is posed by us … Continue reading

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The Quito commune: Ecuador’s insurrection

Alexander Kluge writes that the “sentiments are the true inhabitants of people’s paths of life. It can be said of them what is said of the Celts … : they are everywhere, we simply do not see them. The sentiments … Continue reading

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The stakes in Rojava: Murdering a revolution

As Rojava becomes the front line of inter-state conflict (the Guardian), it is the destruction of the revolution created and fought for on this land that is the objective of the military interventions. A reflection on the stakes of events … Continue reading

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Rojava: In defence of a revolution

The news has come, Erdogan’s turkish army has begun its offensive against north-eastern syria, against the Rojava Revolution, which threatens not only his authoritarian rule, but that of the whole middle east. Whatever doubts or hesitations one may have regarding … Continue reading

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Frédéric Lordon: Imagining revolution and the problem of scale

To share, in translation, a critical essay of “micro” revolutionary politics, by Frédéric Lordon … Lordon may be accused of simply reenacting the old marxist-social democratic criticism of anarchism: that the latter’s anti-statism ignores the inevitable role of state power, … Continue reading

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Resistance in Rojava

From the CrimethInc. Collective (07/10/2019) … The Nationalists and the Jihadists Together: And Against Them, Only Autonomous Resistance Trump’s betrayal of Rojava shows the symbiotic relationship between far-right nationalist tyrants like Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and … Continue reading

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Another end of the world is possible!

The only way to address the environmental crisis and global climate change is to abolish capitalism! From the CrimethInc Collective, from brazil (24/09/2019)… What Is Burning the Amazon? A Plea from Brazilian Anarchists As the fires in the Amazon rainforest … Continue reading

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