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Chronicle of an insurrection: Lebanon

From the CrimethInc. collective (13/11/2019) and a blog maintained by Joey Ayoub … Lebanon: A Revolution against Sectarianism Chronicling the First Month of the Uprising Since October 17, Lebanon has experienced countrywide demonstrations that have toppled the prime minister and … Continue reading

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Politics in times of catastrophe

From lundi matin #211 (08/10/2019) … A few epistemological considerations for the attention of those who wish to rebel against extinction Let “things go on as before”: this is the catastrophe. It does not lie in what will happen, but … Continue reading

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In praise of insurrection

Je me révolte donc nous sommes. Albert Camus, L’homme revolté From the outside it may seem unimportant, but being there, and not giving up your own discourse, is vital. And I have been able to verify it personally. From the smallest to … Continue reading

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Thoughts for times of rebellion

From lundi matin #214, 01/11/2019 … Aerial Bridge Hong Kong/Barcelona – Bulletin Nº 2 In the continuity of our article last week about the Catalan uprising, friends have transmitted these beautiful meditations from the streets of Barcelona. “We do not … Continue reading

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A flag is nothing more than a flag: Santiago López Petit

Further reflections on the insurrection in catalonia … End Game Santiago López Petit (Lobo suelto 23/10/2019) The Spanish State will never grant independence to Catalonia. And if there is no negotiation, if there is no negotiated separation, history teaches us … Continue reading

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Chile: Chronicle of an insurrection

From Roarmag … Chileans stand fearless in the face of repression Bree Busk (24/10/2019) What started as a student protest against fare hikes has turned into a widely supported civil uprising against President Piñera’s authoritarian neoliberal regime.

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The nameless of all metropolises, unite!

Reflections amidst the proliferation of rebellions … Where, then, is the positive possibility of a German emancipation? Answer: In the formulation of a class with radical chains, a class of civil society which is not a class of civil society, … Continue reading

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Chile: From protest to insurgency

Every protest against inequality, or the perceived assault on former “equality” and the arrogance and blindness of politicians, is today a potential spark for rebellion and insurrection. Today it is chile, lebanon, hong kong; just yesterday, it was ecuador, haiti, … Continue reading

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Ecuador: Finding direction in an insurrection

Raúl Zibechi’s reading of the most recent revolt in ecuador unveils a shift in the radical politics of the americas (and perhaps beyond) – one announced earlier, embryonically, in the movements-insurrections of this century – and which we might wish … Continue reading

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The Quito commune: Ecuador’s insurrection

Alexander Kluge writes that the “sentiments are the true inhabitants of people’s paths of life. It can be said of them what is said of the Celts … : they are everywhere, we simply do not see them. The sentiments … Continue reading

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