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Raoul Vaneigem: The government of fear

With gratitude to the notbored.org collective for sharing their translation of a recent text by Raoul Vaneigem, we gladly share it turn. “Only Fear Governs Us: From the Programmed Degradation of the Living to its Spontaneous Rebirth” Raoul Vaneigem[1] 1. … Continue reading

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For Marc Tomsin (1950-2021)

There are those whose lives are testimonies to anarchism. Marc Tomsin’s was one such life. We share below a translation of an entry in the Dictionnaire des anarchistes dedicated to him, a letter of remembrance by Raoul Vaneigem, and links … Continue reading

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Raoul Vaneigem: Remembering Oaxaca, for today

Time is the popular strike’s worst enemy. As supply shortages begin, the community could turn against the blockade points. But the poverty and state neglect are so extreme in these resisting sectors that the youth have nothing to lose and … Continue reading

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Raoul Vaneigem: Revolutionary Theses

The new world takes shape in the wonderment that children teach to those who rediscover their own childhoods. It is up to us to learn to be reborn in the rebirth of the world. Raoul Vaneigem In a recent text … Continue reading

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Lautréamont: Poetic-political resonances

Jusqu’à nos temps, la poésie fit une route fausse; s’élevant jusqu’au ciel ou rampant jusqu’à terre, elle a méconnu les principes de son existence, et a été, non sans raison, constamment bafouée par les honnêtes gens. Elle n’a pas été … Continue reading

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Raoul Vaneigem: … the best reading, the most difficult and enthralling, remains the reading of oneself

Again, we thank the not bored collective for sharing their translation of the following interview with Raoul Vaneigem and published with the Belgian newspaper Le Soir. Humanity is in the process of dying so that an economy in which mad … Continue reading

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Raoul Vaneigem: A song of rebellion

We warmly thank the not bored collective for sharing their translation of the song, “Le Rameau de la liberté”, with words by Raoul Vaneigem. A clarion call, a song for rebellion …

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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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Raoul Vaneigem: Life against capital and its pandemics

With gratitude to the notbored collective for sharing their latest translation of a very recent text by Vaneigem with Autonomies, we in turn share the same … People of the World, One More Effort! Raoul Vaneigem(1) The world changes from … Continue reading

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Raoul Vaneigem: Coronavirus

We share an essay by Vaneigem(1) that was shared generously with us by notbored.org, to which we owe the translation. Challenging the danger posed by the coronavirus is surely absurd. But, on the other hand, isn’t it just as absurd … Continue reading

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