The Future of Insurrection

June 4, 2016 / 0 comments

By Lupus Dragonowl from AJODA #70/71 & #72/#73 Section 1: The composition of insurrection What is insurrection? 'The goal of any insurrection is to become irreversible. It becomes irreversible when you've defeated both authority and the need for authority' (CI) 'The catastrophe is not coming, it is here. We are already situated within the collapse…

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Against Identity Politics

June 3, 2016 / 0 comments

From AJODA #76, by Lupus Dragonowl Spectres, Joylessness, and the contours of ressentiment Identity Politicians (IPs) are a particular kind of leftist who use the spectre[1] of an identity-category (gender, race, sexuality, etc) as a lever to obtain power. In the sense discussed here, they should not be considered coterminous either with groups of people…

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For a World Without Morality

December 28, 2015 / 0 comments

By Anonymous, AJODA #38 – Fall 1993 This introduction to a critique of social customs is a contribution to a necessary revolutionary anthropology. The communist movement possesses a dimension which is both a class and human one. It is a movement which is based on the central role of workers without being a form of…

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FBI vs. the Branch Davidians: Assembling an alternative understanding

December 28, 2015 / 0 comments

By Dina Fisher, AJODA #38 – Fall 1993 On April 19, 1993, live broadcasts of armored tanks and burning buildings flooded my TV screen. Flipping from station to station, I gathered that somewhere between 70 and 100 people were burning to death inside the buildings. The news reports cut back and forth between live footage…

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A Critique of Half-Assed Radicalism

December 28, 2015 / 0 comments

By Héme, AJODA #38, Fall 1993 Although I am involved with Interrogations, what follows does not flow exclusively from how I experience this activity. Nor is it independent of it. Rather, I would like to attempt to define what underlies an uneasiness I have felt in the last few months while reading texts from what,…

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Adiós, Catalonia! In the Aftermath of the Spanish Civil War

December 28, 2015 / 0 comments

By Manolo Gonzalez, AJODA #38 & #39, Fall 1993 / Winter 1994 In 1939, 350,000 Spaniards went into exile. Many Anarchists took refuge in Latin America — in Mexico, Argentina and Chile. Here is a personal memoir of an Anarchist family escaping Franco’s fascists and the horrors to come. Part I. Catalonia! At last we…

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Peru: The Ideology Of Apocalypse Shining Path To What?

December 28, 2015 / 0 comments

By Manolo Gonzalez, AJODA #37 – Summer 1993 Introduction In one episode of his novel, Yawar Fiesta — Feast of Blood – , the Peruvian writer José Maria Arguedas describes in painful detail the combat of a condor tied to the neck and shoulders of a bull. Seldom does either animal win. The bird pecks…

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What is Race?

December 28, 2015 / 0 comments

By Neal Keating, AJODA #37 – Summer 1993 “you got a dog race you got a horse race you got a human race; but this is a rat race…” — Bob Marley Race is a fiction. That does not preclude people from acting as if it were fact. Race is palpable, you can feel it…

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How Nice To Be Civilized!

December 28, 2015 / 0 comments

By Des Réfractaires, from AJODA #37 – Summer 1993 Assassinations, massacres, rape, torture: these crimes committed on the soil of what was once Yugoslavia are not the acts of uncontrollable savages; of educationless brutes. No doubt as children they respected the family order; are now more or less faithful followers of religions; earnest sports spectators;…

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Review: Bisexuality

December 7, 2015 / 0 comments

“There seems to be some sort of war going on that I’m not invited to, but everyone wants me to take a side.” — Alyx J. Shaw We first appeared in print primarily in specialized medical and psychiatric texts. Then, during the seventies, a brief, media-generated “bisexual chic” phase took place. Elton John and David…

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