how to actively promote anarchism with current events and imaginaries, while not pushing the culture that is the autonomous left

I was brainstorming the care syllabus & co when I stumbled on this
"Pirate Care is a transnational research project and a network of activists, scholars and practitioners who stand against the criminalization of solidarity & for a common care infrastructure.
... inviting all to participate in a exploration of the mutual implications of care and technology that dare questioning the ideology of private property, work and metrics.

Much more exciting than remembering the Spanish Civil War and the Kronstadt Uprising would be the question of what those same "tell" them today

"Historically, trade unions are the only entity that successfully challenged and overcame the state's monopoly on the use of force."

my interest in the Pioneer's of Rochdale and Robert Owen dates back at least to 2009 according to my notes...

planning on being just a tad awkward until the end of time and i'm cool with it

"One interesting personal definition of adulthood I’ve been toying with is: it’s when you reach a stage in your decision-making where you determine (and decide) that it’s better to decide than to not decide"

So much of the problem with so-called cancellation comes from just waiting for The Bad Thing to happen.

Let's assume it happened, is happening, will happen. Because humanity.

Start there.

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Don't get involved in anything where people don't want to sit down and answer this question:

How do we address problems here?

"Greek Immigrant who lived off welfare dies in England" toot.

"What is the story you tell yourself about who you are, what you’re about, what it’s all about, what it’s all for? What do you value, what do you cherish, what will you make sacrifices for?"


feeling wasted after today's foodsharing pick-up. Time for a weekend.

Without a radical, transformative vision for the community and accompanying prefigurative praxis, people volunteering to do "mutual aid" and other survival programs are just unpaid minions of the state.

today is a do much but it feels like you did nothing day

"forget death by lung disease, you die by bad conversations!"

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