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Abel Paz (1921-2009): Memories of intensity, reflections on anarchy

Life, or the memory of peoples, cannot be measured by the number of years lived, but by life’s moments of intensity. We won the revolution, what we lost was the war. The revolution consisted in the fact that the workers … Continue reading

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The chilean insurrection: Chronicles and lessons

From the CrimethInc. Collective (02/03/2020) … March is Coming: The Next Phase of Revolt in Chile The Lay of the Land Ahead of Round Two Since October, the territory nominally controlled by the Chilean government has seen massive demonstrations against capitalism and the … Continue reading

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Raoul Vaneigem: Paths to a human future

From the notbored.org journal, we publish a reflection on the insurrections of our times, by Raoul Vaneigem, generously shared with Autonomies. Everything Starts Here and Now (1) (notbored.org) Until now, capitalism has only tottered due to the crises of its … Continue reading

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The ethics of revolution

With resonances of Mario Tronti and with the yellow vests in the background, a reflection on the ethics of revolution … What can, what must keep us standing: About revolutionary ethics Dietrich Hoss (lundi matin #228, 03/02/2020) Always the same … Continue reading

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The many faces of masks: Politics in times of catastrophe (8)

From the CrimethInc. Collective (05/02/2020) … Wherever we are situated in this society, our future boils down to two options: accepting our fate and trying to reduce the harm to our bodies and the environment on a piecemeal basis—or actively … Continue reading

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Ursula K. Le Guin: A story of the underside of revolution

What is an anarchist? One who, choosing, accepts the responsibility of choice. She had never feared or despised the city. It was her country. There would not be slums like this, if the Revolution prevailed. But there would be misery. … Continue reading

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Letter to a chilean on the current situation

We share a letter in two parts, a letter which is a reflection on the chilean insurrection, on insurrection, and on anarchism and insurrection. (Posted in spanish at portal libertario oaca and a las barricadas. The letters were published in … 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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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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Anarchists, rebellion and nationalism in catalonia: Tomás Ibáñez

The militant demonstrations around national independence in catalonia continue (The Guardian 27/10/2019) in the face of State repression; a growing militancy that “threatens to transform the demands and consciousness of the movement itself.”(CrimethInc. 23/10/2019) However justified we are in believing … Continue reading

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