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Jean-Marc Royer: Political philosophy of nuclear power

One day, [Noah] clothed himself in sackcloth and covered his head with ashes. Only a man who was mourning [the death of] a beloved child or his wife was allowed to do this. Clothed in the garb of truth, bearer … 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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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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Heating Up: An Interview With Peter Gelderloos On Climate Change And The Fight To Change Everything

From It’s going down (19/09/2023) … This summer brought yet another record heat wave, as climate change fueled disasters hit countries around the world, leaving human communities devastated by flooding, wildfires, and storms. While this “new normal” has brought climate change to the forefront of … Continue reading

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“We’re Not Martyrs”

From the CrimethInc. collective (21/06/2023) … A message from Serge, Who Survived Attempted Murder at the Hands of the French Police Below, we present a translation of the first message from Serge since French police seriously injured him along with many other people during … 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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Thinking through anarcho-primitivism

Thus all you small landowners, whether isolated or joined in communes, are indeed weak against those who try to enslave you—the land grabbers who are after your small plot of land and the authorities who try to take all the … 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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Rethinking the Apocalypse: An Indigenous Anti-Futurist Manifesto

…This is a transmission from a future that will not happen. From a people who do not exist… Rethinking the Apocalypse: An Indigenous Anti-Futurist Manifesto “The end is near. Or has it come and gone before?” An ancestor Why can … Continue reading

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