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Rants, Essays and Polemics

Another shot of an ammonite, this time as close as I could get.  The results I got looked completely different, depending on the angle of the light. When light comes from above, the piece looks mostly brown and shiny (it is polished). When light comes from the side and you turn the piece, it sometimes gets transparent or it does look like stone.Created for MacroMondays - MetaphorsSpiral of life is a metaphor. Concepts that are hard to comprehend are often described in terms of space or motion. I went for a visual representation of the metaphor. And I think these animals who died so long ago aren't a bad representation for the beauty of life.

Notes: The following essays are not yet present from the original document.

  • Wild Sensuality – Rediscovering the Super-Abundance of Wild Nature

  • Child Molestation vs Child Love

  • A.I.D.S as a Dis-Ease

Rants: Essays and Polemics

“This book is dedicated to all Pansexual Pirates, Anarchic Adventurers, Mischievous Magicians, Chaotic Creators, Heroic Hermaphrodites, Delirious Deities, Prophetic Perverts, Orgasmic Outlaws, Androgynous Avatars, Beautiful Bandits, Erotic Elves, Demented Dreamers, Mad Moorish Mystics, Devine Dilinquents and Revelling Ranters. May your health, love and pleasure be yours always, grand creators of paradise.”

Feral Faun

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Interview With Two Members Of Rote Zora


Let’s start with who you are.

Zora 1: If this is a personal question, then we are women between the ages of 20 and 51. Some of us sell our labour, some of us take what we need, and others are “parasites” on the welfare state. Some have children, some don’t. Some women are lesbians, others love men. We buy in disgusting supermarkets, we live in ugly houses, we like going for walks or to the cinema, the theatre or the disco. We have parties and we cultivate idleness. And of course we live with the contradictions that many things we want to do can’t be done spontaneously. But after successful actions we have great fun.
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[Audiovisual] ‘Ni viejos, ni traidores’. Documental sobre ‘Action Directe’


Letters from Prison


Kuwasi Balagoon ( 1983-1985)

The Trial

April 12 1983 1983-1985

We’ve been dealing with the public movements so much with explaining our stance and perceptions that it has twisted me to the point where i’ve written very little suitable for publication for Bulldozer. Having to unify with M-L [Marxist-Leninist] and Nationalist and to defend the rights to nationalist aspirations have pulled me a bit out of line with my predilections…

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Demonstration in Lannemezan (France) on 24 October 2015 for the liberation of Georges Abdallah ! (en/es/it/fr)


Georges Ibrahim Abdallah, a 64 year-old Lebanese communist, was arrested in Lyon (France) on 24 October 1984 and sentenced to life imprisonment for actions for which the Lebanese Armed Revolutionary Factions (LARF) claimed responsibility.

In 1978 he fought with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) to push back the Israeli invasion of the Lebanon.
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A brief history of the armed struggle of GRAPO in Spain

A brief history of the armed struggle of GRAPO in Spain1

GRAPO members arrested in 2007

The First of October Anti-fascist Resistance Groups (GRAPO) were formed in the summer of 1975. At that time twenty members of the Communist Party of Spain (reconstituted) -PCE(r)-, underground party formed five months before, carried out their first armed action against the fascist security forces. On 2nd August 1975 a couple of Civil Guard members (a repressive military police force) were shot in the centre of Madrid. One of them was dead and another one seriously injured. It was the first strike back of GRAPO against the wave of fascist-inspired terror known as the summer of terror.
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Nouvelle brochure: « Squatter… c’est lutter » (Paris, 1984)


Nouvelle brochure publiée sur infokiosques.net, éditée en août 2015 par Zanzara athée.
En 1984, des squatteur-euse-s parisien-ne-s affirment la nécessité de squatter, et la nécessité de lier le squat à la lutte. Plus de trente ans après, la question du logement est toujours autant placée au coeur de la lutte des classes…
Brochure à lire et télécharger sur infokiosques.net. En PDF version cahier imprimable (pour brochure A6) et version page par page (à lire sur l’écran).
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VERBOTEN PUNX! Breve storia del punk nella Repubblica Democratica Tedesca (1979-1989)


[Puj] Nella Germania comunista di fine anni ’70 l’esistenza di un adolescente è piatta come le distese di cemento che lastricano la sua città. Noia, e soprattutto, assenza di alternative: un solo canale tv, una sola stazione radio e una sola musica: quella dei dischi dall’Amiga, la casa discografica di stato, il cui catalogo comprende una serie di popstar di regime (celebrità assolute nei paesi della cortina di ferro, mai sentite nominare nel resto del mondo) e ristampe dei dischi occidentali più stupidi, epurati da ogni elemento di decadenza capitalista.La Freie Deutsche Jugend (la Libera Gioventù Tedesca) é l’organizzazione giovanile della DDR, alla quale sono iscritti tre giovani su quattro di età inclusa tra i 14 e i 25 anni; ci si può anche non iscrivere, però poi si va male a scuola, si hanno casini sul lavoro e si viene esclusi da tutto. A rallegrare gli animi, raggiunta la maggiore età, c’é poi il servizio militare obbligatorio nella National Volksarmee, l’Esercito del Popolo. Insomma, una noia colossale, ma soprattutto la sensazione, da far mancare il respiro, di sentirsi chiusi in trappola.

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