Tag Archives: spain

The anarchy of a music: Niño de Elche

El Grito La elipse de un grito, va de monte a monte. Desde los olivos, será un arco iris negro sobre la noche azul. ¡Ay! Como un arco de viola, el grito ha hecho vibrar largas cuerdas del viento. ¡Ay! … Continue reading

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10 years of neighbourhood anarchism: The FAGC

We translated and published our first post dedicated to the Federación Anarquista Gran Canaria in May of 2013. We have since tried modestly and from a distance to follow the remarkable activity of those who have made the Federación and … Continue reading

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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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Solidarity with Gabriel Pombo da Silva and all anarchist prisoners

‘There is nothing to reform’ (words from Gabriel Pombo da Silvia via culmine, translated by war on society and published with the Anarchist Library): I am not so naive as to believe that what I am living here is something exceptional… and since “the … Continue reading

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Ruymán Rodríguez and the Federación Anarquista de Gran Canaria: An Interview

An interview for the spanish newspaper, El Salto diario (05/10/2021) … The Canarian anarchist activist Ruymán Rodríguez visits the Valencian Community, invited by the Mostra del Llibre Anarquista d’Alacant, to share the work carried out by the Sindicato de Inquilinas … Continue reading

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Carrying the war into Africa? Anarchism, Morocco, and the Spanish Civil War

(Originally published in two parts by Freedom News (23/11/2020; 30/11/2020), we share an article by Danny Evans) I was approached by Jeff Stein to write up a summary of Abel Paz, La cuestión de Marruecos y la República española so that English-language … Continue reading

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Remembering Spain: Fascism, Revolution and Colonialism

The tradition of the oppressed teaches us that the ‘state of emergency’ in which we live is not the exception but the rule. We must attain to a conception of history that is in keeping with this insight. Then we … Continue reading

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For Samuel Luiz; with all LGBTQI people

In the early hours of the 3rd of July, 24 year old Samuel Luiz was beaten to death outside a nightclub by a dozen people in La Coruña, Galicia. The motivation would appear to be that he was gay. (The … Continue reading

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Amador Fernández-Savater: 15M in the spanish labyrinth

A reflection on spain’s 15M, a reflection whose resonances extend beyond the limits of that country. (Lobo suelto! – 14/05/2021) I see no point in remembering 15M if it is not to try to prolong its energy, its power of … 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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