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Amador Fernández-Savater: “The weak are wrong if they use the force and methods of the strong”

Amador Fernández-Savater has written the book La fuerza de los débiles with the desire to understand what happened to 15M and after 15M and to thereby analyze the current world, to continue looking for ways to understand politics. For this, … Continue reading

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Anarchism: Giving form to autonomy

This post was born of an exchange of letters between John Holloway and Michael Hardt that focused on the issue of “anti-capitalist social movements” and their “organisation” and “institutionalisation”. The letters date from 2011, but their subject remains contemporary, as … Continue reading

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South Africa: We Carry a New World in Our Riots

From the CrimethInc. collective (13/08/2021), reflections on the looting and unrest of July 2021 in south africa … Beginning on July 9, 2021, when the Pietermaritzburg High Court upheld the conviction and sentencing of former South African president Jacob Zuma, … Continue reading

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Brazil: Only Revolt Can Bring Down Bolsonaro

From the CrimethInc. collective (12/08/2021) … Ahead of the 2022 elections, Brazil is now reprising the same dramatic showdown that the United States faced in 2020. As the pandemic intensifies alongside corruption scandals and the unrestrained plundering of Indigenous lands, … Continue reading

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Thinking politics from Sergei Loznitsa’s “State Funeral”

A revolution’s most important works of art are the men produced by it. New fiery souls are seen to arise from the explosion of new life that cleaves the convulsed world, like anthems that fill the air with clamours of … Continue reading

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(Thirteen theses + 1) On destituent power

From lundi matin #293 21/06/2021 … At what point is destituent communism? Its theory? It continues apace. From its Italian sources, it has provoked fruitful debates, even across the Atlantic. Let us bring to the subject a little more material, … Continue reading

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Spain’s 15M: The passion of rebellion

We are all dead, and we spoiled the world before we died. There is nothing left. Nothing but dreams.  Ursula K. Le Guin, The Lathe of Heaven Spain’s 15M was a dream, it was the feeling that the world could be … Continue reading

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The 10th anniversary of 15M

What is the strength of the weak? … the strength of the weak passes through the activation of bodies and the interweaving of ties, through the autonomous choice about times and spaces, for the value of equality and plurality. It … Continue reading

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The Paris Commune: Franco “Bifo” Berardi

A second interview from the Planetary Commune project, an interview with “Bifo” on the Paris Commune of 1871 and its present resonances.

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The Paris Commune: Antonio Negri

An interview with Antonio Negri by Niccolò Cuppini, as part of the Planetary Commune project. (The interview is also available in spanish and french). However much we may hesitate before Negri’s Marxism – his almost exclusive attention to Marxist theorisations … Continue reading

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