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The gilets jaunes: Creative violence against State brutality

Fear! How long has it been since the ruling classes (of a “developed” country) have feared their poor? The forced gymnastics of the french government’s “great national debate”, supported and secured by a militarised police apparatus whose only red line … Continue reading

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The gilets jaunes: A movement that is not a movement

Movement is the impossibility, indefiniteness and imperfection of every politics. It always leaves a residue. In this perspective the motto I cited as a rule for myself might be reformulated in ontological terms as this: ‘the movement is that which … Continue reading

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The gilets jaunes: A rebellion against the totalitarians

How can one not but feel pride in being French? Emmanuel Macron, Letter to the French Act IX, Saturday January 12: the yellow vest insurrection continues. In response to french president Macron’s invitation for a “great national debate” on the … Continue reading

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The gilets jaunes: Giving colour to suffering

Writing within the marxist critique of value tradition (e.g., the Krisis group), Benoit Bohy-Bunel offers a theoretically rich reading of the yellow vests movement. Without completely sharing the views of the author, the essay remains important.*

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Finding our way through the yellow vests insurrection

Reflecting on the yellow vests rebellion with the CrimethInc. collective …

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A yellow costume that creates community

Photograph by Rémy Soubanère The movement of yellow vests seems to confirm a break of the historical thread of class struggles. If we stubbornly insist on sharing articles on the “gilets jaunes” of france, it is because they embody a number … Continue reading

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From Brazil: A call for resistance, a call for rebellion

Published with the Crimethinc. Collective, we share a call from Brazil to resist the new Bolsonaro regime (in english and portuguese).

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Miguel Amorós: The trials of critical theory

Ah, reason, solemnity, mastering of emotions, this really dismal thing called reflection, all these privileges and splendours man has: what a price had to be paid for them! how much blood and horror lies at the basis of all ‘good … Continue reading

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Miguel Amorós: The seductions of “History”

How foolish it would be to suppose that one only needs to point out the origin and this misty shroud of delusion in order to destroy the world that counts for real, so-called “reality.” We can destroy only as creators. – But let us … Continue reading

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The anti-fascist front has never been the proof of anything other than the imminence of defeat

From Paris-luttes.info, a reflection from france on the necessity of anti-fascism as anti-capitalist.

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