Tag Archives: anti-capitalism

Santiago López Petit: The violence of the force of pain

Reflections on the French police murder of Nahel Merzouk and the country’s July riots, by Santiago López Petit. (Lobo Suelto! 11/07/2023) Nahel’s mother, surrounded by her son’s friends, makes a motorcycle engine roar. Her son, murdered by a police officer, … Continue reading

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In praise of riots

With rebellion, awareness is born. Albert Camus, The Rebel Constitutively out of step with the present, the revolt is an impatient epiphany of the future that comes after tomorrow. Donatella Di Cesare, The Time of Revolt French politicians – the president, … Continue reading

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Reading Fredy Perlman with Uri Gordon

We share a timely and critical reading of Fredy Perlman’s work by Uri Gordon … Leviathan’s Body: Recovering Fredy Perlman’s anarchist social theory Uri Gordon (Anarchist Library and Anarchist Studies (2023)) Abstract Fredy Perlman’s anarchist maximalism had a formative influence on … Continue reading

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Beware the wealthy who speak of changing the world

On the even of summit called The New Global Financing Pact, an open letter to the world appears … We are urgently working to deliver more for people and the planet. … We are urgently working to fight poverty and … Continue reading

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War in Ukraine: An anarchist debate (continued)

As Wayne Price writes, the anarchist debate around the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the anarchist response to it continues; a debate that we continue to follow. Retrieved from anarkismo.net/article/32774 (28/05/2023). Anarchists Support Self-Determination for Ukraine: What Did Bakunin Say About … Continue reading

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France: Reading events at Sainte-Soline and Serge Duteuil-Graziani

Serge Duteuil-Graziani came out of a coma, a month after being seriously injured during the demonstration against mega-reservoir in Sainte-Soline on March 25, 2023. But his prognosis remains critical. We begin with a press release of April 26, from his … Continue reading

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France: The desire for revolution

Every revolution begins when Society has outgrown the view of life on which the existing forms of social life were founded, when the contradictions between life such as it is, and life as it should be, and might be, become … Continue reading

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France: The struggle for a water commons

From lundimatin #376, 27/03/2023 … What Happened at Sainte-Soline 200 injured, 40 seriously injured, one person between life and death The rally against the mega-[water] reservoir of Sainte-Soline should have been festive. The defenders of water, who came by the … Continue reading

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Beyond the Periphery of the Skin: An Interview with Silvia Federici

Celebrating March 8, International Women’s Day … What is the “body” under capitalism? When we speak of the body, how has our sense of “self” in relation to our bodies been redefined, reduced, and mutilated under the logic of capital … Continue reading

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Italy: Autonomia (20) –  Porto Marghera: the last firebrands

We close our brief selection of texts dedicated to Italy’s operaismo and Autonomia returning to where in some sense it all began, amidst the workers of the country’s large industrial complexes and their struggles for dignity as workers, but struggles … Continue reading

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