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class-struggle-anarchism:

anarcho-queer:

class-struggle-anarchism:

“We are not robbers, we are libertarian resistance fighters. What we have just taken will help in a small way to feed the orphaned and starving children of those anti-fascists who you and your kind have shot. We are people who have never and will never beg for what is ours. So long as we have the strength to do so we shall fight for for the freedom of the Spanish working class.”
Happy Birthday Francesc Sabaté Llopart, ‘El Quico’
March 30, 1915 – January 5, 1960

class-struggle-anarchism:

anarcho-queer:

class-struggle-anarchism:

We are not robbers, we are libertarian resistance fighters. What we have just taken will help in a small way to feed the orphaned and starving children of those anti-fascists who you and your kind have shot. We are people who have never and will never beg for what is ours. So long as we have the strength to do so we shall fight for for the freedom of the Spanish working class.

Happy Birthday Francesc Sabaté Llopart, ‘El Quico’

March 30, 1915 – January 5, 1960

effectiveresistance

You can talk all you want about violence, as long as you don’t mention social change… Similarly, you can talk all you want about social change, so long as you never mention violence. But you must never put them together.

"Why not?"

…[It’s] why it’s okay for the military to teach so many people how to make and use explosives, and why it’s okay for the military to blow people up all over the world. That’s sending violence down the hierarchy. That’s why it’s okay for corporations to teach people how to make and use explosives to put in a mine and destroy a mountain. That’s sending violence down the hierarchy. But if you mention explosives and the possibility of using them to go not down but up the hierarchy, you must be punished.

Derrick Jensen | Endgame Vol II: Resistance

"Civilization is based on a clearly defined and widely accepted yet often unarticulated hierarchy. Violence done by those higher on the hierarchy to those lower is nearly always invisible, that is, unnoticed. When it is noticed, it is fully rationalized. Violence done by those lower on the hierarchy to those higher is unthinkable, and when it does occur is regarded with shock, horror, and the fetishization of the victims."

(via america-wakiewakie)

"How to Ruin an Economy; Some Simple Ways"
Noam Chomsky at the third Boston Symposium on Economics on February 10th 2014

"The system is so dysfunctional that it cannot put eager hands to needed work using the resources that would be available if the economy were designed for human needs," Chomsky said. "These things didn’t just happen like a tornado, they are the results of deliberate policies over roughly the past generation."