This is a statement from some squatters in Bristol, who had 4 squats, including 40a Space, Salvation Army mutual aid/social centres and Wonky Arrow Books, a radical library.
In the past days, we’ve had our buildings forcibly closed with anti-social behaviour orders, and we’ve been raided by hundreds of riot police. We’ve been beaten, pepper-sprayed, arrested, and sectioned.
This is an escalation– it hasn’t been like this in the UK in years. Not that this is new. No, we see this as part of a long and brutal history of the repression of marginalised communities, and anyone who shows resistance or alternatives.
In Colombia, the revolt that has taken over the streets since April 28, now more than a month old, shows no signs of stopping. Conservative President Iván Duque, whose term ends in 2022, has tried a number of classic manoeuvres to appease the rioters, but nothing has been done: neither the suspension of the tax reform that had been the initial spark (including, for example, an increase in VAT from 5% to 19% on basic goods), on May 2; nor the resignation of the Minister of Finance who had carried it, on May 3; nor the opening of negotiations with the National Strike Committee on May 10 (followed by a pre-agreement on May 24 that is currently being validated); nor the rejection by Congress of the bill on the reform of the health system, which was modelled on the liberal North American model (this rejection was requested by many demonstrators), on 19 May; nor a few crumbs dropped on particular categories, such as the extension of free university education to the poorest for one semester, which did not help the government. a semester, which did not calm the students; nor, of course, the police terror against the protesters.
In a Colombian context marked by poverty and the informal economy, the government’s blackmail of confinements and curfews against the spread of covid-19 has not worked for a long time to prevent protesters from gathering en masse either, so much so that the government even officially lifted many restrictions on May 19, which were not respected anyway (the curfew being maintained, however, with an anti-riot objective in Medellin and Bogotá, and all weekend in Santa Marta and Cartagena). For the past month, street blockades and roadblocks have been scattered throughout the country, with demonstrations and gatherings that are more peaceful during the day (nearly 10,400 in one month), often followed by riots, looting and looting at night.
16 months after our arrests on 29/01/2020, after all the media propaganda that followed and our isolation in different prisons, we are being put on trial on 31/5 at Loukareos Court. Αs an anarchist I oppose this procedure as I refuse to be judged by the chosen caste of judicial authority. But we are facing an extended indictment that composes a narrative which distorts the events and has as its main aim the extension of our imprisonment.
Briefly, we have been charged with ‘criminal organization’ as well as possession and transportation of heavy weaponry (the comrades also face this charge, whereas from the first moment I stated to the investigators that the weapons found in closed bags in the back seat where I was sitting, were my own), forgery, use of forged documents, force against officials and judiciaries, and disobedience. Furthermore, I have also been charged with the bank robbery of the Piraeus Bank in Erimanthia, Achaia, robbery-abduction of a policeman in Thessaloniki, and escape from the rural prison of Tirintha.
From my side, despite my known detestation of the boring and devious language of the law, I have the obligation to fight the cops’ allegations in the court, to fight the plans of the state that aim for the extension of the captivity of the two comrades, as well as the defamation of our relationships. Because by giving us specific hierarchical roles in a ‘criminal organization’, the charge is not only false but affronts in total our choices, our positions, and above all the relationships of solidarity and equality that we try to promote. A charge that is based on zero evidence since the only event connecting all three of us is the event of our arrest, as neither Konstantina or Dimitra are in any way connected with the robberies and thefts written in the case documents. For these reasons, the fabricated story of the police is not going to be left without a response.
To end this update text, I would like to express how much the solidarity actions around our case warm my heart.
Solidarity is our weapon
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On 30/1/2020, comrades Dimitra Valavani, Konstantina Athanasopoulou and Giannis Michailidis were arrested in a stolen car in Agia Paraskevi following an anti-terrorist operation.
Weapons were found inside the car, which was driven by Giannis Michailidis. He and Konstantina Athanasopoulou were wanted, the first as fugitive from the rural prisons of Tirintha and for participation in the E.A. , R.O. REVOLUTIONARY STRUGGLE the second for bank robbery.
All three comrades are being tried on May 31 in the courts in Athens , Loukareos Street, room D80ST, 2nd floor.
The robbery of Piraeus Bank in Achaia on 29/8/2019 has been added to the case, as well as holding a police officer hostage in Halkidiki on 30/12/2019.
All three are also accused of forming a criminal organization.
TO BE ALL NEXT TO THEM
HANDS OFF THE FIGHTERS
NO HOSTAGE IN THE HANDS OF THE STATE
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To send letters to the comrades:
Dimitra Valavani (Δήμητρα Βαλαβάνη)
Dikastiki Fylaki Korydallou
Gynaikeies Fylakes, (women prison)
Kostantina Athanasopoulou (Κωσταντινα Αθανασοπουλου)
Eleonas Women’s Prison
Giannis Michailidis (Γιαννης Μηχαιλιδης)
Malandrinou prisons (Κ.Κ. Μαλανδρίνου)
A first statement from comrades Valavani, Athanasopoulou and Michailidis 2/3/20
Difficult is the moment when freedom is lost. Especially when it had been won in adverse conditions. The situation gets worse if we consider that the blow we received on a material level has even stronger symbolic implications. Our cinematic arrest was followed by similar media propaganda, our graphic tour with bulletproof vests and the usual judicial management to find ourselves once again with an overblown set of charges, elements that form an extension of the handcuffs and weapons of the uniformed assassins.
A look at the wider social situation around us which is changing at a rapid pace so that we can slip away from our own microcosm a little.
From the magnitude of the workers’ exploitation and abolishing of labour rights to the stranglehold of animals in meat production units. From the intensive repression against protests and the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment from anti-terrorist services around the world, to deforestation and the disappearance of wildlife. From the financial exclusion of a growing social segment to the violent marginalization of most of the earth’s population. To the murders of the poor, the excluded, of all who are leftovers in the world of the mighty. From the provocative economic and business elite to the peoples being bombed, shot and uprooted. Where the interests of the powerful mean death, danger or a life drowned in submission. Nature, animals and humans mean nothing more than units generating profits and wealth. These and many others led us to choose the anarchist struggle, a choice that
challenges the existing social order. Our initial focus is on creating authentic and sincere relations, while at the same time there is the lasting need of our participation in the multiform struggle. After all, the anarchist struggle does not differentiate its means or support a hierarchy of forms of struggle. It is imperative and adjusts according to the conditions of each era, placing its bet on collectivization and diffusion on the social fabric.
…I think that one´s dignity comes from, firstly, not faltering with respect to one’s ideas, staying firm. So if they try to overwhelm you with adversity, with insane violence (I think there is sane violence), with punishments, in the end with everything, if you conform and stay silent and falter and doubt, you are fucked. But ideas without action are worthless, it’s bullshit theory, therefore idea and action must be and are the same thing.
Early in the morning of 22th of May 2009, our comrade Mauricio Morales died. He was carrying an explosive which detonated in his backpack, he died on the spot. It is assumed that the disgusting institution of the Gendarmerie ( school of prison Guards) was the aim of his attack. He died as a fighter, without fear, without hesitation, confronting every form of power.
He decided to turn his hatred into action. He transformed his life into a constant fight against the existent. Publications, direct support to imprisoned comrades, the spreading of anarchist and anti-authoritarian literature, spreading ideas were some of the daggers he sharpened during his life. In this way he wanted to contribute in different ways to the destruction of this society based on the logic of power and exploitation.
Mauri’s star lights up the struggle
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In memoria del nostro compagno anarchico combattente Mauricio Morales, 2009–2021 (Cile)
[…] Penso che la dignità di una persona derivi, in primo luogo, dal non vacillare rispetto alle proprie idee, dal rimanere fermi. Quindi se cercano di sopraffarti con le avversità, con la violenza insensata (credo che ci sia una violenza sensata), con le punizioni, alla fine con qualunque cosa, se ti adegui e stai zitto e vacilli e dubiti, sei fottuto. Ma le idee senza azione non valgono niente, è teoria di merda, quindi idea e azione devono essere e sono la stessa cosa.
Nella prima mattina del 22 maggio 2009 è morto il nostro compagno Mauricio Morales. Portava con sé un ordigno esplosivo che è deflagrato nel suo zaino, ed è morto sul posto. Si presume che la disgustosa istituzione della gendarmeria (una scuola di guardie carcerarie) fosse l’obiettivo del suo attacco. È morto da combattente, senza paura, senza esitazione, fronteggiando ogni forma di potere.
Decise di trasformare il suo odio in azione. Trasformò la sua vita in una lotta costante contro l’esistente. Le pubblicazioni, il sostegno diretto ai compagni imprigionati, la distribuzione della letteratura anarchica e antiautoritaria, la diffusione delle idee furono alcuni dei pugnali che affilò durante la sua vita. In questo senso volle contribuire in diversi modi alla distruzione di questa società basata sulla logica del potere e dello sfruttamento.
La stella di Mauri illumina la lotta.
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[Pubblicato il 22.05.2021 in inglese su actforfree.noblogs.org, traduzione italiana in malacoda.noblogs.org].
Στη μνήμη του αναρχικού συντρόφου μας, Mauricio Morales… 2009-2021
«… Νομίζω πως η αξιοπρέπεια κάποιου προκύπτει, πρωτίστως, απ’ το να μην αμφιταλαντεύεται για τις ιδέες του, να παραμένει σταθερός. Διότι, αν προσπαθήσουν να σε καθυποτάξουν μέσω αντιξοοτήτων, παράλογης βίας (θεωρώ πως υπάρχει και λελογισμένη βία), τιμωριών, άπαξ και όλα αυτά τελειώσουν, αν συμβιβαστείς και παραμείνεις σιωπηλός και πλημμυρισμένος από δισταγμό κι αμφιβολία, τη γάμησες. Οι ιδέες δίχως πράξεις δεν αξίζουν τίποτα, γι’ αυτό θεωρία και δράση πρέπει να είναι και είναι ένα ενιαίο πράγμα.»
Νωρίς το ξημέρωμα της 22ας Μάη του 2009, πέθανε ο σύντροφός μας, Mauricio Morales. Κουβαλούσε εκρηκτικό μηχανησμό ο οποίος εξερράγη στην τσάντα του, και ξεψύχησε στο σημείο εκείνο. Φαίνεται πως στόχος της επίθεσής του ήταν ο άθλιος θεσμός της Αστυνομίας (συγκεκριμένα, η Σχολή Δεσμοφυλάκων). Έφυγε ως μαχητής, δίχως φόβο, δίχως δισταγμό, πολεμώντας κάθε μορφή εξουσίας.
Πήρε την απόφαση να περάσει απ’ το μίσος στη δράση. Μετέτρεψε τη ζωή του σε μια διαρκή μάχη ενάντια στο υπάρχον. Τα έντυπα, η άμεση στήριξη σε αιχμάλωτα συντρόφια, η διάχυση του αναρχικού και αντι-εξουσιαστικού λόγου, η διάδοση ιδεών, αποτέλεσαν κάποια απ’ τα στιλέτα που ακόνισε κατά τη διάρκεια της ζωής του. Ποθούσε έτσι να συνεισφέρει με ποικίλους τρόπους στην καταστροφή τούτης της κοινωνίας που θεμελιώνεται στη λογική της εξουσίας και της εκμετάλλευσης.
Το άστρο του Mauri ακόμα λάμπει στον αγώνα
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Μετάφραση: Δ.Ο. Ragnarok
On the 15th of May, a demonstration organized by Köpi and Rigaer94 will take place in their own defence and in solidarity with the many threatened or yet evicted places. Potse, another youth space, has received an eviction title for the 19th of May after two years of squatting. They are supposed to be kicked out to give space for another one of those smart and posh facilities that destroy cities, neighbourhood by neighbourhood.
On the 11th of March it looked like the police would take over Rigaer94. Around 2.000 Cops from all over Germany were ready to invade the Northern District of Friedrichshain and other potential areas of unrest. This was in order to be able to break the doors of 94 and to give access to a so called house management which was only officially recognized shortly before this day by the ruling of a court. Lacking fire security and immediate danger to the people living in and around Rigaer94, was the lie made up to gather the army of cops that lay waiting to take action. But the plan of entering every corner of the common spaces and private rooms, to find reasons of public safety to evict the whole building, could be stopped.
Only two days before the launch of the attack, the counter strategy of the Rigaer94 to use an official expert for fire-security, was able to publicly dismantle the states line of argumentation and intervene in the legal procedure. The cancellation of the announced martial operation led to turbulence in the mass media and in the lines of the ruling parties. Not least because of the loss of 500.000 Euros spent for cops and other material that was booked to travel to and stay in Berlin.The court ruling in the fire-security case, recognizing the owner, marks a turning point for the states war against the rebellious structures of Rigaer94.
Until then, the senate had been waiting, according to it‘s official doctrine of „legal security“, for a mistake by the rebellious structures, a cheap opportunity to raid or to use violence or other means of repression against visitors and inhabitants. Now, after the latest verdict, the landlord is legally able to deal with his house and the senate feels that the time has come to finally get rid of what they used to call an autonomous stronghold.
Shortly after the failing fire-security expedition of the state troops, a new court appointment was announced. This time the reason was another one: once again the landlord’s lawyer tried to get an eviction warrant against the squatted rooms in the ground floor of Rigaer94. These are the collective and social space Kadterschmiede and the Keimzelle, which is an autonomous youth location. Since 2016, this lawyer lost several times due to crucial missing documents from the landlord, which is in fact a Mailbox Company in UK.
So, on 26th of April, the new decision to evict a part of Rigaer94 was supposed to take place. Even before this, the court had announced that it would follow the other court decision to accept the Lawyer as a representative of the Mailbox Company. This was understood as a clear sign that the eviction title would be given to the landlord. Only a few days before the trial, an appeal by the lawyers of Rigaer94 on the grounds of bias, led to a postponement of the court appointment and thus to another postponement of the large scale escalation in Berlin.This time until the announcement of the new date or another try to use the fire-security as a pretext to attack (which according to the latest news might take place on 17-18 of June) is used by the Rigaer94 and other projects to continue mobilizing for actions.
The general situation in Berlin is commonly understood as a final general attack on the remaining establishments of the antagonist struggle that used to be present in the whole city of Berlin. For more than two years now, a union of some of the involved projects is coordinating actions and demonstrations in order to strike back. In the case of any eviction, it can be expected that centralized and decentralized actions will take place.
It’s the most important weapon in the hands of those who are under attack and at least there is hope that the state of emergency will unite more people than before on the streets, with the perspective of a broader insurrection.
Everybody is welcome to join the struggle. In fact, everbody is needed!
received by email:
The Central Committee of Berlin Autonomists summarizes the evening of May 1st and draws a preliminary conclusion.
The revolutionary May 1st demonstration attracted far more people than expected to Hermannplatz. In the end, over 20,000 people were counted who wanted to march together through Neukölln and Kreuzberg. After the cops initially blocked the demo to then complain about distances, they attacked the anarchist and the Interkiezionale block completely out of thin air and separated both (along with thousands of other people) from the rest of the demo. In addition, they claimed that no masks were being worn in these blocks – which, given the exemplary masking of the blocks, is really the last thing to object to. The demonstration was planned de-escalatively and was supposed to be a safe place for all people, but it could not be after the attacks of the cops. Subsequently, the situation escalated „in the short term“ as police chief Slowik accurately stated. In the process, the cops completely lost control and had to retreat in fear from Sonnenallee again and again. For several hours they did not get proper access to the neighborhood but instead experienced the strongest May riots in the last 10 years.
The strategy of the police did not work out at all, the new head of operations had hundreds of cops waiting in Kreuzberg at Hamburg bars and light poles. In addition, there were incompetent and overtaxed dog units from Baden-Würtemberg, Saxony-Anhalt and NRW. We hope that they will not forget their trip to Berlin too quickly.
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The Chico Mendes commando paid a visit to the LafargeHolcim gravel quarry in Bière. Several construction vehicles (excavators, pick-ups, trucks and others) were sabotaged on the spot.
6th April – Communique
The eviction of ZAD from the hills is not the end of a struggle but its beginning. In the face of the usual collusion between traditional political forces and big capital, other means of resistance must be used. LafargeHolcim is destroying the hill of Mormont and taking part in the destruction of nature on an international level. This group, which generates a turnover of more than 27 billion Swiss francs, will stop at nothing in order to accumulate profits. They even collaborate with the Islamic State in Syria to continue their activity.
This May Day, Montreal’s annual anti-capitalist demonstration organized by the CLAC gathered in Jarry Park under the theme “No old normal, no new normal”. It was a sunny late afternoon, and the energy was high amid the banners and black flags as the demo began to snake through the residential streets of Villeray.
Heading west on De Castelnau, fireworks were set off, and construction cones were used to block the road behind us. The cops seemed confused about the route we were taking, which meant that there were less of them in our near vicinity. Dropping south onto Jean-Talon, the demo continued west through the viaduct beneath the St-Jérôme commuter rail line.
Leaving the Police Behind
Turning south on Parc Avenue from Jean-Talon, the demo excitedly entered a second viaduct under the same rail line. This time, a surprise was in store for the police vans and bike cops waiting for the crowd to pass to the other side before continuing to trail the demo: smoke bombs were set off in the viaduct, and crow’s feet were deployed on the road to puncture the tires of any cop vans that might brave the smoke-filled passageway. These actions effectively blocked the viaduct, a chokepoint in the area, to all traffic.
After lockdown, let’s look at the situation we’re finding around us.
The pandemic has been the starting gun of a huge project of capitalist restructuring in which we are rapidly getting lost. London is already well within the bounds of being a ‘smart city’ — this means that every molecule in this seething metropole is in the process (or already) brought into one great artificial network: capitalism certainly, but largely virtual, nearly autonomous, diffused into everything around us, and into ourselves, into our bodies, into our minds.
Right now we are in the middle of a vast labyrinth. A spotless, serene dreamworld is being constructed. Total efficiency, total
interconnection, total isolation. The world is being rapidly shrunk into the shape of what can be calculated, predicted and processed by Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality and the Internet of Things.
The last vestiges of vital and human connection are being flushed away, replaced by the management of this routine of ruthless exploitation and utter despair.
All the while the living earth is being incinerated — it’s already too late to stop this. We are already in the middle of the mass-extinction catastrophe. No worries. Capital will be here to transition from the ‘destructive’ practices of fossil fuel extraction to rare earth mineral mining (used for solar panels, wind turbines as well as all the smart technology their world is now predicated on), they’re already using slave-labour excavation in Guinea and the Congo. And the masses in our former colonial outposts fleeing death and chaos from the resultant shortages and resource wars? Well, the Napier Barracks Concentration Camp, the thousands washing up on the shores of the Med, the militarised border and detention system, gives you a taste of how they’ll deal with that scenario.
All the while markets drive into permanent instability, as familiar patterns fall away, ‘productive’ industry continues to be abandoned and speculative finance reasserts its domination over the world economy:
there will be (and already are) massive crashes and crises. Not a problem. We remember the last decade of punishing austerity, the hurling of swathes of the exploited onto a scrapheap, the wiring of every aspect of our existence into a rapacious so called ‘gig economy’ at the same
time as Victorian-style slum conditions increase at the margins, masses of this city can’t afford food, unemployment exceeds 1981 levels: the playbook here is very well established.
All the while surveillance technology — London already bristling with cameras, but supplemented by GPS, by our ‘devices’, by the very world we trudge through — is going into overdrive. Drones can be thrown into the mix too, and soon will be as common a sign of our ongoing occupation as
patrol cars. Oh well. We know exactly how this will all be used. The same way that this country has built a sprawling carceral system to tag, bag and warehouse anyone who falls through the cracks of this megamachine — not to speak of the brutal treatment reserved for anyone with the audacity to stand and fight it. This ‘bill’ gives us an idea of
which direction we’re heading in on that front.
So we’re losing our grip on things; the world is changing very quickly and we hardly know what to do with ourselves. Any form of struggle which has as its basis performative activist gestures, ‘community organising’ (whatever that means), ‘raising awareness’, enlisting more members to a
party, issuing demands for reform: these are not just quantitive and reactionary, they correspond to a world which no longer exists. The way that capitalism is going (and has been for a while) is to actually realise Thatcher’s dictum, to get rid of ‘society’. In this neo-feudalism there simply are no ‘politics’, no ‘rights’, no ‘democracy’, no ‘community’, not even in name — there is nothing to even pretend to be able to influence. Just a churning vortex in which we are
destined splinter and lose ourselves, winding out our time ‘waiting’ for something to break us out of this nightmare that will never come.
Without dignity– without passion, numbed, smothered, empty.
But we still have one thing that is really dangerous. We have an idea. An idea worth taking risks for, worth wagering what’s left of our lives on. If we can gain the courage of our convictions we can set off on an adventure to assert, proudly and without fear, a reality — a way of being which can explode the contours of the future that’s been laid out for us, of the grave that’s already been dug, and is beckoning for us.
Because this is exactly what power lacks. It can’t even comprehend it.
When it looks at the instability and chaos of our day it can only see something to be managed. It only sees the path of reintegration. But we can just about make out, if we try, something very different: a whole series of vulnerabilities, both material and mental (the terrain of battle is now everywhere), on the basis of which we can map out a plan
of attack. Because once we smash the illusion of inevitability, once we assert the beauty and strength of our idea against this world, everything about it can be reinterpreted. There is no longer a population to be watched, tracked and managed. There is an area of contained individuals any one of whom may have the same anger, the same dreams, as we do. There is no longer an economy to sacrifice to. There is an exploited ready to fight alongside against exploiters whose power
is fragile and whose claims to legitimacy are long gone. There is no longer an encroaching technology. There are so many nodes of an infrastructure, weak points ready to be targeted. Crucially there is no more inertia, there is an old world to be dispatched with, and a present moment, so long occulted and put off, ready to be seized back together, to be experimented with, to be lived to the full.
But what does this really mean? Do we just wait around for the next riot? What do we even do in a situation of mass insurrection? Are we to just be spectators, cheering on the ghettoised and excluded? Maybe contributing our own stone? And what happens the day after? The truth is that, at the moment, everything ‘goes back to normal’. We need to take
stock: we are already in a situation where they can’t keep control of the streets, in this new climate of ‘managed’ instability. Just look around this burning earth today, even this country can’t escape that trend, a quick glance to the west will satisfy you of that. In order to have a true, qualitative shift, we must break out of every routine, including those adorned in ‘violent’ trappings. We want to diffuse
amongst ourselves and express to the world a vision of insurrection and social war which goes beyond fights with the cops — because contrary to anarchist lore the police are not the real enemy, they are simply in the way.
The real enemy to confront with violence is our own reduced conception of what is possible, of what it means to live. To strip the mask off power, to see this system as the weak and frail thing it is, we must see what in us, despite all appearances, is really strong, and this is our capacity to begin an infinite, limitless, revolt, to breaks open our reduced imaginations— to wager our lives on that which cannot be represented, mediated or modelled. Against that, the courts, police stations, parliaments, boardrooms, the military, silicon valley, the chamber of commerce, the NATO/G8/G20/COP-?, the ‘anti-terror command’ centres, become what they really are — just so many absurd spectacles, with so many hammy actors, waiting to be charged off the stage, when the audience no longer has it in them to watch and cower in the dark a second longer.
THIS TECHNO-PRISON IS VULNERABLE
Londres (UK) : 1er mai 2021… après le confinement, regardons la situation autour de nous
La pandémie a été le coup d’envoi d’un énorme projet de restructuration capitaliste, dans lequel on est rapidement en train de se perdre. Londres est déjà bien partie pour être une « ville intelligente », ce qui signifie que chaque molécule de cette métropole bouillonnante est en train d’être intégrée (ou l’est déjà) dans un grand réseau artificiel : un réseau certes capitaliste, mais largement virtuel, presque autonome, répandu dans toute chose autour de nous et dans nous-mêmes, dans nos corps, dans nos esprits.
En ce moment, nous sommes au milieu d’un vaste labyrinthe. Un monde de rêve immaculé et serein est en train d’être construit. L’efficacité totale, l’interconnexion totale, l’isolement total. Le monde est rapidement réduit et limité à ce qui peut être calculé, prédit et traité par l’intelligence artificielle, la réalité augmentée et l’internet des objets.
Les derniers vestiges de liens humaines et vitaux sont en train d’être jetées aux chiottes, remplacées par la gestion de cette routine d’exploitation impitoyable et de désespoir absolu.
Entre-temps, la terre vivante est incinérée – il est déjà trop tard pour arrêter cela. Nous sommes déjà en plein milieu de la catastrophe de l’extinction massive. Pas de soucis. Le capital sera là pour assurer la transition entre les pratiques « destructrices » de l’extraction des combustibles fossiles et l’exploitation minière des minerais de terres rares (utilisées pour les panneaux solaires, les éoliennes et toutes les technologies intelligentes sur lesquelles a été fondé leur monde actuel) ; ils sont déjà en train d’utiliser du travail en conditions d’esclavage pour creuser des mines en Guinée et au Congo. Et les masses qui fuient la mort et le chaos provoqués par des pénuries et des guerres pour les ressources qui en découlent, dans nos anciens avant-postes coloniaux ? Eh bien, le camp de concentration de Napier Barracks*, les milliers de personnes qui échouent sur les côtes de la Méditerranée, les frontières militarisées et le système des camps de rétention vous donnent un aperçu de la façon dont ils vont gérer ce scénario.