Tag Archives: anarchism

Catalonia: Trapped between nationalisms

The problems of Catalonia are talked about too often. What problems of Catalonia? In Catalonia there is no problem; the only problem that could have arisen in Catalonia is posed by us; but the problem that is posed by us … Continue reading

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Rojava: In defence of a revolution

The news has come, Erdogan’s turkish army has begun its offensive against north-eastern syria, against the Rojava Revolution, which threatens not only his authoritarian rule, but that of the whole middle east. Whatever doubts or hesitations one may have regarding … Continue reading

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Frédéric Lordon: Imagining revolution and the problem of scale

To share, in translation, a critical essay of “micro” revolutionary politics, by Frédéric Lordon … Lordon may be accused of simply reenacting the old marxist-social democratic criticism of anarchism: that the latter’s anti-statism ignores the inevitable role of state power, … Continue reading

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Another end of the world is possible!

The only way to address the environmental crisis and global climate change is to abolish capitalism! From the CrimethInc Collective, from brazil (24/09/2019)… What Is Burning the Amazon? A Plea from Brazilian Anarchists As the fires in the Amazon rainforest … Continue reading

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Exarchia: Remembering what has been created, living what is at stake

For the rebels of Exarchia, for Notara 26 (from Yannis Youlountas) … Tomorrow evening, we will celebrate the 4th birthday of Notara 26, the first squat of the “refugee crises” in the centre of Athens, opened on the 25th of … Continue reading

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Eduardo Colombo: The political space of anarchy (1)

We return to our series grouped under the title of “writers of May 68”, within which we have included Jaime Semprun, Miguel Amorós, Eduardo Colombo and Amedeo Bertolo. The reference to “May 68” is a political metaphor in this instance, … Continue reading

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First they take Exarcheia

From Roarmag (03/09/2019) …

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Exarchia, mon amour!

From Yannis Youlountas, from Exarchia …

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Taking back Exarchia

More than three thousand demonstrators in Exarchia Square. The protest succeeded in pushing back the police and marching through the whole neighbourhood. Solidarity is our weapon. (From Yannis Youlountas 31/08/2019)

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Exarchia: The struggle continues

From a distance, we cannot pretend to report fully on events as they unfold in the occupation of the Exarchia neighbourhood of Athens. What we are endeavouring to do is to translate and share as much as we can with … Continue reading

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