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The Movement of Refusal

From ill will (03/10/2023), an essay by Mikkel Bolt Rasmussen on the “politics” of contemporary protest movements/insurrections. Other languages: Deutsch The last decade and a half has been a time of unrest. As the French political anthropologist Alain Bertho has … Continue reading

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Learning from the Flames

Reflections on the June 2023 revolt in France, from the CrimethInc. collective (09/08/2023) … On June 2023, in the city of Nanterre, a suburb of Paris, police brutally murdered a teenager named Nahel Merzouk, continuing a pattern of post-colonial violence … Continue reading

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Remembering the Stonewall riots of 1969

… if there were only some way of contriving that a state or an army should be made up of lovers and their loves (compare Rep.), they would be the very best governors of their own city, abstaining from all … Continue reading

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Félix Guattari: We Are All Groupuscules

We are almost tempted to call this and our next post – two short essays by Félix Guattari written in the wake of May 68 in france – “lessons for anarchists”. However we do not pretend to teach anyone, for … Continue reading

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Stories from the sudanese revolution

… revolutions are kept alive by stories. Ahmed Mahmoud The military coup d’état of October–November 2021 in sudan seems to have brought an end to the country’s revolution, begun in the protests of December 2019. But external observations and evaluations … Continue reading

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Rordrigo Karmy Bolton: Fragments of a Chile in Revolt

Every revolt is circumscribed by precise borders in historical time and historical space. Before it and after it lie the no-man’s-land and duration of each and everyone’s lives, in which are fought un- interrupted individual battles. The concept of permanent … Continue reading

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