The Fall of the Rebel Angels, Oil on Panel, Pieter Bruegel the Elder. 1562

Citizens’ Assemblies: from PR fodder of the Carbon State to Revolutionary Confrontation with the Carbon State

Citizens’ assemblies: from PR fodder of the carbon state to revolutionary confrontation with the carbon state“We have worked really hard over the past 14 years to build a reputation based on facilitating robust and independent processes using a model that has been tried and tested. We are known as an organisation that trusts citizens to …

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Image: 'Working Class' DEMOCRACIA, 1996.

Why Repression is the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread (analytical speaking)

“.. then they fight you, then you win.” – Gandhi Repression – arbitrary arrest, prison without trial, violence, lies, manipulation -the whole paraphernalia of the pathological elite is disgusting and outrageous. And I can say this from some personal experience, having been banged up for months for making a speech. But as battle-hardened readers of …

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The moral depravity of virtue signalling solidarity at this time of mass murder

My interview with Novara. Let’s be clear. Showing “solidarity” in 2023 is not signing a letter, making a statement, not just going on a march, and certainly not doing another nice detached intellectual interview about obscene injustice. At the present moment doing these things is no longer just bad taste, it’s fucking disgusting. Or haven’t …

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English paradise.

The essence of extremity is a paradox. When humiliation is piled upon humiliation, the result is desolation. And amid that desolation, there appears an escape door, the option of grace. For example, in prison, I have nothing that cannot be taken away from me. At any moment. I can get moved without notice. My detention …

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The Joy of consent

“Not guilty” again Today I was found unanimously not guilty of a conspiracy to cause criminal damage without lawful excuse. Namely, putting paint over the premises of NGOs, trade unions and political parties. I successfully argued with my 11 co-defendants, Burning Pink/Beyond Politics, that these organisations would have given their consent if they had been …

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