Category Archives: Raúl Romero

Padkos: Twenty Years of Democracy: “the call of a world that does not yet exist”

The state and corporate media in South Africa won't let us forget that 2014 marks the twentieth anniversary of representative democracy. But the thinking of people's organisations, and the conditions against which they rebel and organise, remind us just how utterly disappointing and hollow that project of state democracy actually is. For those who respect and hear the Truth of autonomous grassroots thought and action, it is patently obvious that the state can no longer be seriously imagined as a vehicle for emancipatory politics. Furthermore, making the terrain of state politics the primary concern or target of popular protest and power tends inevitably to distort and finally defeat its original emancipatory impulse.

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Zapatismo Urbano

Zapatismo History

A brief history of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation 2014