Tag Archives: State and terror

An alert from greece: two members of Rouvikonas are threatened with life imprisonment!

Alert and call for support before the trial of October 13, 2021! (From Yannis Youlountas’s blog) SUPPORT FOR GIORGOS KALAITZIDIS AND NIKOS MATARAGKAS OF THE ROUVIKONAS GROUP Two years after the tremendous outpouring of solidarity without borders which enabled two … Continue reading

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Tunisia: “We ourselves don’t have a people”

From lundi matin #299, 09/08/2021 … On July 25th, in the evening of a day of demonstrations, Tunisian President Kais Saied dismissed the prime minister, temporarily suspended parliament, lifted the immunity of its members and announced that he would take … 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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Enzo Traverso: Readings and erasures of the past

The political violence of the 1970s was part of a political era that concluded with a defeat of the Left, of the workers’ movement, of alternative movements. This defeat has never been processed. Rather, this past has been repressed. At … Continue reading

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Latin America: From ungovernability to chaos

Raúl Zibechi is perhaps one of the most significant and lucid writers today on “social movements” in latin america. Below, we share a recent text authored by him, in translation. We also share a conference-conversation with Zibechi and Rita Segato … Continue reading

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The occupier and the occupied

Understanding demands words, even before the obscene. We share an essay by Ghassan Salhab, originally published in french with lundi matin (#288, 17/05/2021) …

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Capitalism is the pandemic: María Galindo

María Galindo shared this text with the media collective Lavaca (13/02/2021) and the magazine MU (both attached to the Universidad de Lavaca, argentina) , a text without prophetic ambitions, but which rather tries to think about the post-pandemic from a position of … Continue reading

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Resisting Greece’s rapid descent into authoritarianism

From Roarmag (23/03/2021) … Over the past few weeks, the streets of Athens have been filled with thousands of people, despite the country being in lockdown since the beginning of November. There are protests every day, in many neighborhoods and … Continue reading

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Leo Tolstoy remembered against the pandemic

But actually history is not the soil of happiness. The periods of happiness are blank pages in it. […] In world history only those peoples that form states can come to our notice. G.W.F. Hegel, General Introduction to the Philosophy … Continue reading

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January 6: An anarchist response

A anonymous article posted at It’s Going Down (12/01/2021) … A critical anarchist analysis and critique of the recent events in Washington DC and the response from the political Center and mass media.

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