Posts Tagged ‘Parole Armata’
Off the Leash & Reclaim Your Mind: New pamphlets on anarchist individualism and cognitive freedom (Dark Matter Publ.)
Sunday, April 15th, 2012
Dark Matter Publications present two pamphlets formatted for DIY decentralised printing: “Off the Leash: iconoclastic words from Zo d’Axa, Albert Libertad, Emile Armand, Renzo Novatore, Enzo Martucci and Erinne Vivani”, a collection of rebellious thoughts that demand to leap off the page into action, celebrating unbridled freedom and the intensity of life; and “Reclaim Your Mind: An urgent message to the ‘insane’, the ‘angry’, the ‘unstable’, the ‘chaotic’, the ‘depressed’…” We conceive of the anarchist struggle as a struggle to free ourselves from the domesticating institutions and control patterns of civilization to live in chaos, free association and in all the unique expressions of liberated individuality, necessarily singular yet common. We laugh at notions of normality. We also laugh at the collectivistic group think culture and cowardice of the dreary world around us.
We give a complicit wink to the anarchist comrades of counter-info blog Culmine and translation project ParoleArmata facing state repression in Italy after the raids by carabinieri and anti-terrorist officers on the 29th March 2012 and the judicial charges of subversive association and terrorism. Like those of these anarchic individuals our words are armed words, and why? – because: (more…)