Amador Fernández-Savater talks with Guiomar Rovira, author of Networked Activism and Connected Multitudes, about punk, Zapatismo, technology, communication, and activist appropriation of the internet.
“We met with John Holloway in the city of Puebla, Mexico, to ask him if, after everything that has happened in the past decade, from the progressive governments of Latin America to Podemos and Syriza in Europe, along with the problems for self-organised practices to exist and multiply, he still thinks that it is possible to “change the world without taking power”.
“The objective of Spain’s new Citizen Security Law is very simple: to proscribe politics by criminalizing it, and withdrawing anything other than politics by politicians from circulation. This stunted, meager concept of democracy declares that decision-making is the exclusive right of political parties, public opinion the monopoly of experts, and that the sole role of the citizenry is to vote every four years.”
Amador Fernández-Savater Translated by Stacco Troncoso, edited by Ann Marie Utratel How is it possible that fifty people can stop
“The interruption of the dominant narrative to create our own is the sort of politics we’re interested in” Amador Fernández-Savater interviews
Image: Marina Gullón Amador Fernández-Savater Translated by Stacco Troncoso, edited by Ann Marie Utratel “A Chinese prose writer has observed