Tag Archives: The Three C’s

A Look at Militant Political Action

Political action is where those with an issue and their allies attempt a remedy to the situation that relies on an outside group (usually those causing the problem) undertaking some further change on their behalf. This can be anything from … Continue reading

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The Nature of a Blockade

(I have written a follow-up to critically examine the ableism and the lazy analysis I feel I slipped into this post. It can be found here. The text bellow remains unchanged to properly document the issues I should avoid in … Continue reading

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Stand-offish Anarchists

The unity of the left is a strange beast that often rears it’s confused head, telling anarchists that we have to come play nicely alongside the political parties and representative trade unions of the authoritarian left, then resorts to calling … Continue reading

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The Three C’s of Prefigurative Action

This is a short explanation of an idea I’m sure to refer back to in later articles. It was first presented to me in this format by my close comrade fleabiteĀ and it has since used as a practical and flexible … Continue reading

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