We argue that the world will change, there will be wars, climate change, factors beyond our control and yet somehow to myself it always looks the same.
There has been much has been written on refugees and immigrants, much of it invective, this limits discussion and rationality. Thinking about this I was debating poststructuralist ideas and thought about how do we take people outside their comfort zone of normal narrative and force them to think in a new way,
Politics can be interpreted through a poststructuralist lens, this for me is a good way to understand history and why it is difficult to find any really good sources on the 1936 Catalan revolution, it seems to work particularly well with anarchism for me.
If you discuss anarchism with people, there are two statements that are supposed to kill your political thinking dead. They are ‘You ain’t thought about human nature, mate’ and ‘Your views require people to be perfect’. Both of these have been thought about and it’s very easy to retort to these questions, the problem is […]