Category Archives: Interview

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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Franco “Bifo” Berardi: “we are entering the age of extinction”

An interview with Franco “Bifo” Berardi, published in el Periódico (21/06/2020)… One of the more well known philosophers of our day has not asked for additional time to reflect on the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic – he has signed … Continue reading

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Mapping The State’s Strategy Of Repression Against The Rebellion

From It’s going down (18/06/2020) … While the recent rebellion against the police and white supremacy has been historical, it has also been coupled by an attempt by the State to drown the uprising in a sea of tear-gas and rubber … Continue reading

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Creating radical autonomy: Fraguas

“When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Perhaps to be too practical is madness. To surrender dreams — this may be madness. Too much sanity may be madness — and maddest of all: to see life as … Continue reading

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Revolution is everywhere: The radical politics of housing in spain

Following on our previous post on housing occupations in Rome, we share below, in translation, an interview with an activist of the Plataforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca of Sabadell, Catalonia (BCstore 04/04/2017).  We have had numerous occasions to write … Continue reading

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Rebel neighbourhoods: Vallcarca, Barcelona

As we once wrote of Madrid’s Carabanchel neighbourhood … “There are cities where particular neighbourhoods guard a memory of past disobedience and rebellion. They were in the past often referred to as working-class neighbourhoods, or quartiers populaires, to employ the … Continue reading

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Participatory Economics (Parecon) – An interview with Michael Albert

There is an alternative: participatory economics Roarmag, April 21, 2012 In this interview, Michael Albert — co-founder of Znet — reflects on the vision of participatory economics, and how it could take us beyond capitalism. This interview is part of … Continue reading

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