Tag Archives: anti-fascism
From the CrimethInc. Collective (12/08/2019) …
In an italy of rising and self-legitimising neo-fascism, of growing State and non-State violence against “minorities”, dissidents and foreigners, it is fundamental to return to Pier Paolo Pasolini’s reflections on the subject, as well as to resist appropriations of his … Continue reading
Published with the Crimethinc. Collective, we share a call from Brazil to resist the new Bolsonaro regime (in english and portuguese).
From Paris-luttes.info, a reflection from france on the necessity of anti-fascism as anti-capitalist.
The ideal subject of totalitarian rule is not the convinced Nazi or the convinced Communist, but people for whom the distinction between fact and fiction (i.e., the reality of experience) and the distinction between true and false (i.e., the … Continue reading
Men insofar as they are more than animal reaction and fulfillment of functions are entirely superfluous to totalitarian regimes. Totalitarianism strives not toward despotic rule over men, but toward a system in which men are superfluous. Total power can … Continue reading
Without a historical subject, the unity of theory and practice, of reality and reason, is impossible. Events do not awaken consciousness, but at most instill resignation, thus tending to lose their significance as the terrain of practice, but never totally. … Continue reading
We share below Yannis Youlountas most recent documentary film-testimony of struggles for autonomy in greece. In letting those who are directly engaged in these struggles speak for themselves, his work offers a glimpse of what served as a title for … Continue reading
Horror and fears contain us in a world that we do not want, and impede us from acceding to interruptive encounters that regenerate our existence. To participate in the exercise of clearing obstructions means first to not offer up our … Continue reading
From the CrimethInc Collective (10/05/2018) … Italy: We Partisans – Resisting the Wave of Fascism, Spring 2018 In February and March, during the run-up to the elections, Italy experienced a period of intense conflict between fascists and anti-fascists analogous to the … Continue reading