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Exarchia: State evictions of squats continue

From Yannis Youlountas (23/09/2018) …

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In solidarity with Yiannis Youlountas, and with all of those who resist

On the 13th of June, the poet, writer, philosopher, film maker (Lets Not Live Like Slaves, I struggle therefore I am, Love and Revolution) Yannis Youlountas was attacked by neo-nazis in the Piraeus, the port district of Athens. He remains … Continue reading

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Mikhail Bakhtin: Carnival against capital

Although the present age presents itself as a series of frequently recurring festivities, it is an age that knows nothing of real festivals. The moments within cyclical time when members of a community joined together in a luxurious expenditure of … Continue reading

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Jacques Rancière: Reflections on equality and emancipation

“Autonomy” has been a key concept in modern emancipatory politics. But it must be understood correctly. It does not mean the autonomous power of a subject as opposed to external forces: it means a form of thinking, practice and organization … Continue reading

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France: Insurgent Thought in a Fragmented World

From Ill Will editions and anarchist news, a quick and dirty english translation of a review of The Invisible Committee’s Now from yesterday’s Le Monde, along with an interview with Julien Coupat and Mathieu Burnel with Le Monde (20/04/2017) …

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Long Term Resistance: Fighting Trump and Liberal Co-option

From the Its Going Down media collective, an essay by Peter Gelderloos (20/02/2017) … Long Term Resistance: Fighting Trump and Liberal Co-option So far, the only thing that has mitigated the horrifying opening salvos of Trump’s presidency—of course the first … Continue reading

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The russian february revolution of 1917: Boris Yelensky

We continue to share testimonials/reflections on the russian revolution, from Robert Graham’s Anarchist Weblog … Boris Yelensky (1889-1974) was a Russian anarchist from Kuban, a city in southern Russia just north of the Black Sea. In the 1890s, he moved … Continue reading

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Renzo Novatore: My iconoclastic individualism

Anarchy is not a social form, but a method of individuation. No society will concede to me more than a limited freedom and a well-being that it grants to each of its members. But I am not content with this … Continue reading

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Scenes from the class struggle in greece

To share, from Roarmag (31/07/2016), an essay by Theodoros Karyotis on the “leftist” Syriza government’s attack on the solidarity work with migrants of social movements in greece.

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Autonomy amid nothing: Reflections on nihilism

Emancipation is for us the meaning of nihilism. Gianni Vattimo By Arran James & Michael Pyska (the occupied times, 01/11/2014), a reflection on what we are tempted to call passive and active nihilism, following Nietzsche, with our two previous posts still … Continue reading

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