Tuesday, February 10, 2009

New Text Archieve for the Invisible Committee

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11 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this. Any word on when the better translation of 'coming' will be done?

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  2. No idea homie. Should be soon though. Check the anti-politics.net forum often, they usually post them, and our comrades at IEF Press.

    -crudo

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  3. it will be published by semiotext(e) soon

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  4. Let me guess, you're living out in the shed behind Mom's garage on the outskirts of Modesto. You poor dear! The opposing scenario is you're really the child of upper-middle class parents who has been spoiled and is searching for "meaning".....besides nightly navel gazing. So far I'm leaning toward YOU as a shed dweller.

    I heard about "The Coming Insurrection" by the Invisible Losers this morning while listening to Glenn Beck (a man who cherishes freedom). I think it's fascinating to read anarchists ideas of communism/chaos. These same folks have envy burning their brains and couldn't organize a cat rodeo. Thank goodness for the 2nd Amendment and conveniently located shooting ranges.......

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  5. It's available here:
    http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?hzie5nyezji

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  6. Actually I live behind neither my parents house or nor am I the product of upper-middle class people. Believe it or not there are everday working people who want to destroy capitalism.

    Anarchists organize a lot of things - they put out a book at least right?

    Who could organize a cat rodeo?

    Why are you vagualy threatening to shoot me and then talk about shooting ranges. Bring it or don't. But, I guess you'll be to busy looking in upper middle class sheds.

    -crudo

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  7. Everyday working people don't destroy capitalism. They participate in it. Perhaps your parents don't have enough resolve. The mortgage troubles them so!

    Hitler put out a manifesto. He had a wonderful grasp on organization, wouldn't you say?

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  8. Damn, you came all the way back here just to comment. That's sad but kind of endearing.

    "Everyday working people don't destroy capitalism. They participate in it. Perhaps your parents don't have enough resolve. The mortgage troubles them so!" -

    Of course they participate in capitalism - they're forced to. You have to sell your labor for wages in this economy.

    I don't know if you've noticed, but a lot of people's mortgages are troubling them so.

    "Hitler put out a manifesto. He had a wonderful grasp on organization, wouldn't you say?" -

    So anyone that puts out a manifesto is akin to Hitler? Lots of people put out manifestos. From Marx to Thatcher. What's your point.

    Are you asking me to comment on you liking Hitler?

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  9. Off-putting as it might sound, Hitler really DID have a good ability to coordinate and organize. Bad argument.

    Also, you should know that anarchy and communism are antithetical.

    And, it's really impossible to destroy oppressive systems from outside because you just get labeled as that guy outside shouting. The truly subvesivr action is to work within the system to destroy it, by pushing it toward the point of self-critique. Deleuze and Guattari write well on this, as does Žižek.

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  10. If you are so disenfranchised by the concept of work for wages, then don't work. No one is forcing you to work in a capitalistic system. You have a choice. I work because I like to eat, wear clothes and have a place to live. Maybe you don't. However, I will not and cannot work for a central committee, because past experience is abundant with examples of socialism's dis-function. Reality and capitalism requires that humans must work to survive. Socialism requires that the masses must work so that the elite don't have to.

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  11. Blah, blah, blah. Get a clue dullards.

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