Yearly Archives: 2017

Film: Commodity Trading

A film to share, a cinematographic intervention to spread … 

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Carnival against capital: Remembering a living past (June 18, 1999)

Carnival is a pageant without footlights and without a division into performers and spectators. In carnival everyone is an active participant, everyone communes in the carnival act… The laws, prohibitions, and restrictions that determine the structure and order of ordinary, … Continue reading

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In praise of a riot: Resonances of the Stonewall Inn insurrection

(Paula Rego, Angel) In memory of the Stonewall Inn insurrection of 1969, in memory of all of those women, gays, lesbians, bisexuals, trans and intersex, queers and men who have been admonished, disciplined, tortured and killed for “deviant” forms of pleasure … Continue reading

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Fighting in Brazil

It is not enough to identify ourselves only as enemies of the state and the status quo. We are not the only ones who oppose this system. When you are involved in revolutionary or mass movements, even if you have … Continue reading

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Scenes from the class struggle in spain: For an okupied social centre

The class struggle cuts not just through the spaces of salaried labour; it divides agencies across all of the different spheres of social reproduction.  Without the latter, the former would cease to exists. We have tried over the years to … Continue reading

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Not climate agreement, but climate revolt

We share an essay by Rhyd Wildermuth from the collective Gods and Radicals, a reflection on Trump’s withdrawal of the United States from the COP 21/Paris Climate Accords …

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To be or not to be a democrat: Anarchy beyond democracy

We formerly shared the excellent series of essays from the Crimethinc collective critically evaluating the notion of “democracy”.  That the debate is not closed for anarchists is evident from the simple fact that it continues (e.g., Robert Graham‘s very recent … Continue reading

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Now and the anarchy of destituent power: Reading politics with the invisible committee

… they wanted to reinvent everything, each day; to make themselves masters and possessors of their own lives. Guy Debord If to constituent power corresponds revolutions, uprisings and new consititutions, that is, a violence that lays down and constitutes new … Continue reading

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Geographies of oppression and the politics of pollution

The manner by which social relations are produced and reproduced spatially under capitalism has never been spatially egalitarian.  The planetary of labour, commodity production, distribution and consumption, have always presupposed uneven patterns of development across spaces and geographies, both locally … Continue reading

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Brazilian anarchists on the crisis in Brazil

From Robert Graham’s Anarchist Weblog … Brazil is back in the news as people there begin again to mobilize against corrupt politicians (for a detailed analysis of the corruption itself, see this article from the Guardian newspaper). It’s been four … Continue reading

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