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An answer to the text "On the Anarchist Response to the Global Pandemic".

An answer to the text "On the Anarchist Response to the Global Pandemic".

An answer to the text "On the Anarchist Response to the Global Pandemic", first published on MTL counter info. ( https://mtlcounterinfo.org/on-the-anarchist-response-to-the-global-pande... )
We tried to focus more on the rhetoric used as well as the "sources" they are basing their argumentation on rather than doing the critic of the ideology itself ( you can find another one made by some anarchists from Wales and England here : https://libcom.org/library/anarchy-lockdown-crypto-eugenics-critical-res... .

Text translated from French ( https://www.resilience-transition.fr/reponse-aux-anars-de-montreal-de-mt... )

The Anarchist Tension by Bonanno, on Immediatism Podcast

"Anarchists keep asking themselves the same question: What is anarchism? What does it mean to be an anarchist? Why? Because it is not a definition that can be made once and for all, put in a safe and considered a patrimony to be tapped little by little. Being an anarchist does not mean one has reached a certainty or said once and for all, 'There, from now on I hold the truth and as such, at least from the point of view of the idea, I am a privileged person.' Anyone who thinks like this is an anarchist in word alone.

A Call to Howl

Originally published https://nightforestpoetry.wordpress.com/2020/07/10/a-call-to-howl/?fbcli...

“He was mastered by the sheer surging of life, the tidal wave of being, the perfect joy of each separate muscle, joint, and sinew in that it was everything that was not death, that it was aglow and rampant, expressing itself in movement, flying exultantly under the stars.” ― Jack London, The Call of the Wild.

Audre and Emma: Genealogies of Anarchistic Critique and Resistance

Picture of Audre Lorde wearing Emma Goldman t-shirt, laughing, good times, etc.

From: http://interferencearchive.org/audre-and-emma-genealogies-of-anarchistic...

We will be showing a collage of video documentaries and historical stock footage related to Audre Lorde and Emma Goldman (30-45 minutes) and followed by a discussion relating to the intersecting philosophical themes that they both illustrated in their writings that relate to the anarchistic genealogy of the refusal and rejection of state, capital(ism), and the multitude of hierarchies (institutional & interpersonal) that dominate our lives.

Interference Archive
314 7th Street, Brooklyn, NYC
Saturday Dec 28, 6 pm – 8 pm

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