These writings were originally published as books
Unsettling Ourselves: Reflections and Resources for Deconstructing Colonial Mentality - A Sourcebook by Unsettling MinnesotaSubmitted by haloka on Fri, 07/23/2010 - 02:33.
by Derrick Jensen; texts and guides from Andrea Smith, Waziyatawin, Dee Brown, Ward Churchill, Elizabeth Martinez, Denise Breton, UM… Collective Members, and others read more »
I am always looking for a way to wake people up to the dead end path that they and their leaders are following. Christianity, the USA, Capitalism, New Age Selfishness, these all lead nowhere except to war and terrible
suffering. It is the way we think about problems that causes us to fail at being human and to support insane ideas, like economic growth, representative democracy and private cars, private property and international trade.
This is fiction, but so is everything that I have found in 30 years of research... stories... and most of them lead no where. read more »
Part III of the Kil. Wish Series:
The Sequel to Kil. Serenity
A Story Treatment for the Screenplay: Kil. Chaos:
The story I have to tell: Nuke Antarctica
By Rath Avens: Pianestarov@yahoo.com
A Synopsis of the Book:
Kil. Wish: Wishing at the Edge:
Elves and Chaos; Forest Defenders and Magic.
By Rath Avens,
copyright, 1999. (145,000 words)
***** TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION: PAGES 5 – 8
BOOK I: ****** WHEN WORLDS MEET
CHAPTER I: ELVES, HEALERS AND ECO-COMMANDOS: PAGES 9 - 12
CHAPTER II: NETWORKS OF LIGHT: PAGES 13 - 68
CHAPTER III: TO BE CHOSEN: PAGES 69 - 84
CHAPTER IV: A CHALLENGE OF SHADOWS: PAGES 85 - 103 read more »
Off The Map is a travelogue written by Hibikina Chickena and Kika Kat. It was originally a self-published zine and was later published and sold in both zine and book form by the CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective.
The following is the description offered from the CrimethInc. "Cyberian Market" page: read more »
I wrote this book between ages 17 and 21, have changed a bit since but not too much (4 years). It only represents my current thinking 60% but I am not doing much with it so I figure I might as well let people download it. To buy a paperback copy, visit my lulu.com page at http://stores.lulu.com/store.php?fStoreID=428189&fMode=edit read more »
Finally a scanned copy of At the Cafe by Errico Malatesta for your reading pleasure!
"Society no longer exists, at least in the sense of a differentiated whole. There is only a tangle of norms and mechanisms through which THEY hold together the scattered tatters of the global biopolitical fabric, through which THEY prevent its violent disintegration. Empire is the administrator of this desolation, the supreme manager of a process of listless implosion."
"Tiqqun is the becoming-real, the becoming-practice of the world. Tiqqun is the process through which everything is revealed to be practice, that is, to take place within its own limits, within its own immanent signification. Tiqqun means that each act, conduct, and statement endowed with sense—act, conduct and statement as event—spontaneously manifests its own metaphysics, its own community, its own party. Civil war simply means the world is practice, and life is, in its smallest details, heroic."
The full text from the second issue of the French journal, Tiqqun. Complete with a new layout.
Pamphlet put together on the occasion of a screening of the film '파산의 기술記述 | Description of a Bankrutpcy'
Excerpts from Loren Goldner, 'The Korean Working Class: From Mass Strike to Casualization and Retreat 1987-2008' and text about the film. read more »
Now, in this exploration, we are moving onto the ground of meta-politics. Wild, vast and more primal than the little, fenced-in plots of what amerikkka calls "politics." From the rape bordellos of the Balkans to the mass murder by AIDS in Afrika, women are being pushed to understand men's society and, most importantly, ourselves, in a different way. The longest Amazon journey begins today.
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read the book it´s quite interesting.
second book of masanobu fukuoka, in which he more concretely and with more details explains his philosophy and practice. fukuoka says that man should be anti-anthropocentric, to observe the nature, to learn from it but also to know that he is not able to perceive all the natural lows. by observing and learning from nature, and producing food and other needs by just imitating natural laws and minimally adapting them, man can create sustainable and fulfilling environment for himself. read more »