Monthly Archives: July 2014

The dark tidings of Uri Gordon

Published in 2009 as part of an anthology of contemporary anarchism, Uri Gordon’s essay, “Dark tidings: Anarchist politics in the age of collapse”, remains an important reflection on anarchist theory and practice, which we endeavour to share and diffuse in … Continue reading

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The artistic disobedience of Nina Paley: For Gaza

Calling both a grassy field and ideas a “commons” is interesting, because one of them, the grassy field, is tangible and scarce, whereas the other one is not actually limited. A lot of the conversation that happens around imaginary property … Continue reading

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Scenes from the class war in spain: suicide

By chosing voluntary death we cast off the burden of our existence and refuse to simply survive. Jean Amery, On Suicide: A Discourse On Voluntary Death From the Stop Desahucios (Stop Evictions) of 15M Granada, comes the news of the suicide of Gustavo Arguellas Calvo … Continue reading

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Scenes from the class war in spain: okupation and resistance

Social movements form around problems. We don’t mean this in a simple functionalist fashion, as if there is a pre-existent problem which then produces a social movement that, in turn, forces the state or capital to respond and solve the … Continue reading

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Rebellion/revolution as war

(All art by Bilal Berreni – Zoo Project) Our movement … is in the first place a negative movement, a movement against identity.  It is we who de-compose, we are the wreckers.  It is capital which constantly seeks to compose, … Continue reading

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Paths to utopia in andalusia: Marinaleda

The Left must position itself as much to the Left as possible and therefore it has the need to aspire to Utopia, understood not as a chimera, but as the right that people have to dream, and by means of … Continue reading

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For Charlie Haden

The music in this album is dedicated to creating a better world; a world without war and killing, without poverty and exploitation; a world where men of all governments realize the vital importance of life and strive to protect rather … Continue reading

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Critical engagements in spain’s 15th of May movement

Spain’s 15th of May movement, born in 2011, is one of the most significant political and social movements of our time. Its promise has been great. But also its weaknesses, weaknesses which those quick to condemn movements in the name … Continue reading

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Abaixo a copa capitalista: The games of brazil’s world cup

The metropolis is a terrain of constant low intensity conflict, of which the occupation of Basra, Mogadishu, or Nablus are the culmination points. The city, for soldiers, was for a long time a place to be avoided, or perhaps to … Continue reading

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