Tag: pandemic

  • And What About You? Quick Notes on Political Imagination

    “The events in Ottawa and at various points along the US-Canada border are setting the stage for a liberal, pro-police, pro-civility backlash that will hit us as well.” (Crimethinc 2022). As I was reading this report on the situation in Ottawa Canada, which reportedly involved a lot of honking (not ducks) and trucks (not truckers), […]

    And What About You? Quick Notes on Political Imagination
  • After the Pandemic, A Living Nightmare?

    In a posthumous essay David Graeber opens: “At some point in the next few months, the crisis will be declared over, and we will be able to return to our “nonessential” jobs. For many, this will be like waking from a dream. The media and political classes will definitely encourage us to think of it […]

    After the Pandemic, A Living Nightmare?
  • Be the Black Swan: After Corbyn&Sanders

    Having lived in 21st century UK I have participated in mass demonstrations, then mass occupations and demonstrations, then mass grassroots movements, then participation in national political parties and trade unions, alongside some climate direct actions. And not too far away there is Rojava. This is a great start. These avenues all need to be maintained […]

    Be the Black Swan: After Corbyn&Sanders