Algunas consideraciones viejas y nuevas sobre las anarquistas, revolucionarios y otros, desde Klinamen.
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An essay on revolution and the future, by Jacques Camatte.
Writings by the Encyclopedie des Nuisances on nuclear power, industrialism, and green capitalism. Interesting transitional texts from the 1980s as the French post-situationist milieu came to grips with the ecological crisis.
God Only Knows What Devils We Are
Memoir and critique; why we don the black mask and act collectively against the targets of capital and state.
“To counteract [leftist] silencing, we sought out our comrades from the heart of the black bloc and asked them to tell their side of the story: where they come from, why they participate, how they see the world. We do not accept the terms set by the mudslingers: our intent is not to compete for ideological legitimacy on a battlefield of abstractions, but to foster mutual understanding grounded in personal experience. As the expression goes, God only knows what devils we are: He can’t know anything else.”
-Crimethinc., February 2012
Oh Mama, what is it, the Left Wing of the State?
“A conversation between a mother cat and her kitten regarding the nature of leftism and the State” by Monsieur Dupont.
Introduction to the Apocalypse
Radical critique of climate half-measures and capitalist reformism, with a vision of rupture and transformation.
“Social war not climate chaos.”
Down with Empire, Up with Spring, pt. 1: Recent Pre-History
Account of the development of the radical ecology movement in the UK between 1990 and 2001. Invaluable to understanding our origins and future as a combative movement. Originally published in Do or Die.
An earlier version of the text that became When Insurrections Die, available at prole.info. A critique of anti-fascism as an unexpected mirror of fascism, unable to defeat the latter, and in fact aiding the far-right in the repression of revolution.
Welcome to the Future
Essays on climate change by Peter Gelderloos.
Grassroots Political Militants
Analysis of the 2006 suburban riots in France, with a particular emphasis on the composition of the rioters, the underlying political organization, and neo-colonialism. Originally translated at MetaMute.