by Alfredo M. Bonanno
“It is not for anarchists to celebrate when `the people’ take over, anarchists ought not to be so amazed at examples of natural ingenuity and resilience, that is after all what they base all their principles on. read more »
by Brian Heagney 2002-2004
So there I was...
a few weeks into my first semester of Architecture School and I was beginning to see everything through the eyes of anarchy, politics and social justice...
but especially anarchy
Principles, Proposition, and Discussions
For Land and Freedom
ANARCHO-SURREALISM PRESUPPOSES THE NEED FOR NEW ANARCHIST PERFORMATIVITIES. EVERYONE KNOWS THAT IN THE SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE THE MASTER CLASS CONTROLS THE MEANS OF SYMBOLIC PRODUCTION. AS DISSIDENTS WE MUST BEGIN TO DEVELOP A POLITICS OF REPRESENTATIONAL SABOTAGE THROUGH WHICH WE CAN TRANSCEND THE SINISTER AESTHETIC TOTALITY OF THE STATE.
Discussion sheet on Anarcho-syndicalism and Industrial Networks, for the Anarchist Communist Discussion Group in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Organised by Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement and Beyond Resistance.
Beginning in 1997, Bob Black became involved in a debate sparked by the work of anarchist and founder of the Institute for Social Ecology Murray Bookchin, an outspoken critic of the post-left anarchist tendency. read more »