Monthly Archives: February 2016

Europe: Between rape and racism – CrimethInc.

From the anarchist collective CrimethInc., a reflection on the collective sexual assaults on during Cologne’s new year’s eve celebrations, and more …

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Love and revolution

Love, the strongest and deepest element in all life, the harbinger of hope, of joy, of ecstasy; love, the defier of all laws, of all conventions; love, the freest, the most powerful moulder of human destiny; how can such an … Continue reading

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Fear the everyday state: From egypt

On the fifth anniversary of the fall of Egypt’s president Mubarak, what follows is an account of the uprising, and the ebb and flow of the Egyptian revolution, from an anonymous activist in Cairo.  (Posted on libcom.org).

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I struggle therefore I am: Yannis Youlantis

In cinematographic chronicles, Yannis Youlantis tells stories of resistance and struggle in greece and spain.  The virtue and beauty of his films is the beauty of those who create autonomy against those who reduce the many to slavery.  Whether it be in … Continue reading

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Love beyond monogamy: Brigitte Vasallo

That love and respect may last, I would have unions rare and impermanent. That life may grow, I would have men and women remain separate personalities. Have no common possessions with your lover more than you might freely have with … Continue reading

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When puppets rebel: Spain’s “war on terror”

What characterises our generalised state of exception is that the law is without content. No specific crimes are circumscribed. Crime is identified with suspicion, with potential violations of norms, with “abnormality” or dissidence. To not bend to the ruling order … Continue reading

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State terror in egypt: For Giulio Regeni

On the 3rd February, the lifeless body of the italian student and journalist Giulio Regeni was found in a ditch in a peripheral neighbourhood of Cairo.  It was then learned that he had been kidnapped by egyptian police on the … Continue reading

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TTIP: The audacity of grand capital

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a proposed “free trade” agreement between the european union and the united states, with the supposed aim of promoting trade and multilateral economic growth.   The u.s.  government considers the TTIP a companion … Continue reading

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Remembering a Barcelona February

Soy mi destino, mi tiempo, mi camino, mi gran amor, mi guerrera y mi poeta. Soy la caída, la bajada en picado a los infiernos, el dolor, el amor, la esperanza. Soy mi memoria, mi esencia y mi existencia. Soy … Continue reading

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For Jacques Rivette

Quel est le but du cinéma? Que le monde réel, tel qu’offert sur l’écran, soit aussi une idée du monde. Il faut voir le monde comme une idée, il faut le penser comme concret. Jacques Rivette We are all rehearsing parts … Continue reading

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