Category Archives: Commentary

Against All Wars, Against All Governments

From the CrimethInc. Collective (08/01/2020)… Against All Wars, Against All Governments: Responding to the Escalation of the US-Iran War Following the US airstrike that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani on January 3 and the Iranian missile strikes against US positions … Continue reading

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Reading state repression in greece

From Roarmag (07/01/2020) … Repression, eviction and dispossession in New Democracy’s Greece Theodoros Karyotis The latest attack on the squatting movement in Greece is the preamble for a massive operation of housing dispossession by the right-wing government. imitris Indares was … Continue reading

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Tracing the lines of the barricade

“Which side are you on?”, asks a famous american labour song. Perhaps the answer to the question, taken as a question with revolutionary implications, has never been simple, contrary to the illusions of hindsight and/or ideology. This seems to be … Continue reading

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In search of forms of life before the desertion of State-Capital

A reflection to interpellate any anarchist: what if State politics and Capital in our time (they having assumed in all lucidity the present reality of the ecological catastrophe that threatens human existence) have taken on as their combined ambition to … Continue reading

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Politics in times of catastrophe (7)

In all the representations disseminated by catastrophism, in the way they are elaborated as well as in the conclusions they inspire, we see above all an astonishing accumulation of denials of reality. The most obvious is the one that refers … Continue reading

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Ursula K. Le Guin: A story of the underside of revolution

What is an anarchist? One who, choosing, accepts the responsibility of choice. She had never feared or despised the city. It was her country. There would not be slums like this, if the Revolution prevailed. But there would be misery. … Continue reading

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Amador Fernández-Savater: The rebelliousness of non-knowing

A reflection on radical thought and politics – or thought and politics tout court – as grounded in non-knowing … To think, so as to be able to breathe Amador Fernández-Savater (Lobo suelto! 07/12/2019) There is a crack in everything, … Continue reading

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Raul Vaneigem: Insurrection as a politics of life

Here we are, at the beginning of everything! Raoul Vaneigem, 17 November 2019 (The text below was published on the 25 of November with the french language A contretemps). The sudden attacks of freedom on the suffocating capitalist hydra, constantly … Continue reading

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The criminalising of anarchists and the politics of exception

An essay from spain on the state of exception and anarchists as the enemy … Anarchists: The enemy José Luis Carretero (El Salto 23/10/2019) The use of the monopoly of force by the State has always been a sensitive issue. … Continue reading

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Greece: The war against squats continues

Athens: Massive intervention in the streets of Kolonaki (19/12/2019) There is a completely false belief that Exarchia is an area on the map bordered by Patision, Alexandra, Charilaou Trikoupi streets and the hills of Steki. In fact, there is today … Continue reading

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