John Zerzan Future Primitive This piece is the title essay for a book by John Zerzan, published by Autonomedia. It originally appeared in Anarchy: A Journal. Futuro Primitivo – John Zerzan. 2 likes. Book. Futuro Primitivo – John Zerzan. Book. 2 people like this topic. Want to like this Page? Sign up for Facebook to get . A Dialog on Primitivism: Lawrence Jarach interviews John Zerzan los artículos de J. Zerzan: Futuro Primitivo, diciembre de (anteriormente publicado por.
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On any given day on any continent, one can see anti-government riots; direct actions in support of animal liberation or to protect the earth; concerted efforts to resist the building of dams, superhighways, industrial installations; prison uprisings; spontaneous outbreaks of targeted vandalism by the fed-up and pissed-off; fjturo strikes; and the energy of countless infoshops, zines, primitive skills camps, schools, and gatherings; radical reading groups, Food Not Bombs, etc.
The list of oppositional acts and alternative projects is very considerable.
A Dialog on Primitivism: These dismissals showcase a lack of seriousness on the part of anti-primitivists, and their refusal to engage in any kind of substantial dialog around the issues of the origins of capitalism and the various mechanisms of social control and domination.
While understandable coming from non-anarchists who are engaged in promoting one or another form of domination and exploitationsuch a knee-jerk reaction from anarchists and antiauthoritarians is cause for concern.
Can it really be the case that the issues of industrialization, urbanism, centralized technologies, and the furthering of hierarchical power relations that arise from these phenomena are primitvio to anarchist primifivo Within the greater anti-civilization milieu, two major factions have been vocally distinguishing zersan approaches from one another: Occasionally this effort towards differentiation has been based on honest disagreement about theory and practice.
More commonly, it has been a tit-for-tat based mostly on personality conflict. During the brief period of its existence the Internet has often proved to be a safe haven for mean-spirited personal attacks. Insofar as concerns are raised about the actions of certain public persons in a critical spirit, they can contribute to a critical discourse. This is my intention, not to sling mud simply for cursory amusement.
Anarchists have voiced a number of legitimate criticisms of the Deep Green Resistance crowd.
Among these are the cult of personality and careerist methods of Derrick Jensen and the anti-trans prejudice and cop-calling of Lierre Keith. Other potentially problematic aspects of Deep Green Resistance are not necessarily so obvious and are in need of careful critical inspection.
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For their part the DGR have called into question several aspects of anarchist thought and practice. But how salient are these criticisms? Are they based in honest disagreements on theoretical and tactical differences?
Alas, still around to some degree, going through the motions and in some cases finding new ways to repackage the same old shit. April 21st, Tags: A Dialog on Primitivism. July 25th, Tags: Black and Green Press. Black and Green Network was started in to try and bridge the gap between US based and international green anarchist groups. Throughout the s, Black and Green hosted numerous gatherings, events, a jobn distro, and, the primitivoo that remains, Black and Green Press.
June 29th, Tags: September 29th, Tags: February 12th, Tags: October 21st, Tags: October 5th, Tags: BonannoBakunin M. John Zerzan Alas, still around to some degree, going ftuuro the motions and in some cases finding new ways to repackage the same old shit. September 27th, Tags: