Author Archives: Julius Gavroche

Raoul Vaneigem: Abolish Predation Become Human Again

The NOT BORED! journal collective has once again generously shared with us their tireless work of translating situationist and situationist inspired texts, for which we are grateful. On this occasion, it is a very recent piece (January 2024) by Vaneigem, … Continue reading

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Sri Lanka: When the peasants rebelled

With the French farmer’s protest in the background, the lundi matin collective has drawn out comparisons with the Sri Lankan, largely peasant uprising – “The Country to Colombo!” -, known as Aragalaya, “the struggle”, of 2022 against the government of … Continue reading

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France and the farmer’s uprising: Conflicts of worlds

… when just as we came to the top of a rising ground, down a long glade of the wood on my right I caught sight of a stately building whose outline was familiar to me, and I cried out, … Continue reading

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Breaking Borders: Report On Anarchist Organizing In Solidarity With Migrants In Chicago

A critical report, reflection, and analysis on anarchist organizing in Chicago, IL in solidarity with migrants, largely from Venezuela. (From It’s Going Down, 24/01/2024) A deepening economic crisis resulting from U.S. sanctions, colonial extractivism, and inter-imperial disputes has been fueling … Continue reading

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Adónde está la libertad/Where is freedom

Fragments of a film: Los delincuentes (2023), by Rodrigo Moreno of Argentina … As for what I think about freedom, I think it’s in the movie. The idea of living to work implies a modern form of slavery. This is … Continue reading

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Alberto Toscano: Notes on late fascism

This is the “last” of a short series of essays (with earlier pieces by Gerard Granel and Simone Weil) exploring dimensions of fascism, as the latter seemingly closes in about us. We share below an essay by Albert Toscano, a … Continue reading

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Simone Weil: The waning of the working class, technique and the rise of fascism

The only hope of socialism resides in those who have already brought about in themselves, as far as is possible in the society of today, that union between manual and intellectual labour which characterizes the society we are aiming at. … Continue reading

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Gérard Granel: Modern sovereignty as the loss of limits

… the essence of Modernity seems to me to consist of a logic of the infinite, aiming to determine more and more sovereignly the finite, without having to base itself anywhere or upon anything – a foundation it has needed … Continue reading

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Rhiannon Firth: Disaster Anarchy

From Void Network (09/01/2024) … The growth of autonomous disaster relief efforts, grassroots anarchist initiatives during the COVID-19 pandemic, and collective responses to climate change, both in the UK and in the US. Written by Rhiannon Firth, author of Disaster Anarchy: Mutual … Continue reading

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Peter Gelderloos: Ecosystems of Revolt

From Ill Will (29/07/2022) … As the struggle to defend the Atlanta forest against the construction of a new police training facility stages its fourth week of action, we are publishing an excerpt from Peter Gelderloos’s recent book, The Solutions … Continue reading

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