Tag Archives: anti-capitalism

The battle for Britain: the 1984-85 coal miners’ strike

In a way it is even humiliating to watch coal-miners working. It raises in you a momentary doubt about your own status as an ’intellectual’ and a superior person generally. For it isbrought home to you, at least while you … 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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For a revolution of values

For Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) … Reflection On Doctor King Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin I am not one of a number of persons and commentators who come merely to hypocritically give salutations to Dr. King, … Continue reading

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Argentina: “So-Called Neoliberalism and Its False Critics”

From the CrimethInc. collective (15/12/2023) … Argentine Anarchists on the Election of Javier Milei On December 10, the self-described “anarcho”-capitalist Javier Milei took office as president of Argentina, having campaigned on a promise to eliminate the Central Bank of Argentina … Continue reading

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Revolution and Destruction: The Fascist Obstacle

From lundimatin #407, December 11, 2023 … This text was written by the philosopher Jean Vioulac for a gathering organised by Lundimatin at the Consulate, in Paris, on December 2, 2023. The theme revived the most haunting dichotomy of our contemporary … Continue reading

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Breaking ranks: desertion as a crisis of meaning

A reflection on desertion, by Amador Fernández-Savater … It grabs your guts and won’t let go; restlessness, a background noise, a discomfort. The thing, far from disappearing, is growing. Despite distractions, narcotics, stubbornness; until you can’t stand it anymore. And … Continue reading

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Chile: Changing scale/perspective

This is the sixth of a short series that we dedicate to the memory of Chile’s revolutionaries on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1973 military coup d’état against the Chilean revolution and the government of Salvador Allende. … Continue reading

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Occupy as Rupture

We share an interview with Matt Peterson, by Amogh Sahu, published with The Institute of Anarchist Studies (August 24, 2023). The decade we have left behind, the 2010s, was described by the British journalist Paul Mason as a time where … Continue reading

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Thinking with Mario Tronti

We continue to share material by and about the work of Mario Tronti, in the wake of his recent death. We share a short but excellent essay by Mårten Björk on the trajectory of Tronti’s thought (from NLR/Sidecar 25/08/2023). Embracing … Continue reading

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Mario Tronti: Through the imperative to understand

The revolutions of the twentieth century did not fail because of their excessive rigidity, but because of their excessive suppleness: not by reason of their refusal of the late Modern, but because of their poor adaptation to it. The limit … Continue reading

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