The fight against Eurocentrism, a thing which does not allow for a life with dignity, is a struggle against the naturalization of racial oppression in the social condition of the worker. For this reason, Pan-Africanism is a necessary understanding of class struggle.
If we're gonna talk about the carelessness with which we deal with valuable artifacts, we must also talk about how we attach value to those artifacts, and the undeniable Ethno/euro-centrism involved in that process.
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"Is an oak tree breaking through concrete an insurrection? Is an alligator moving into a pond a political revolution?"
"just imagine the idea that the bitter infighting on the Left could somehow be a tactical advantage. It's almost too good to pass up."
"I had never seen human beings live like this, nor be treated so callously."
"You want to know what's coming? What Anarchists need to worry about?"
From Rhyd Wildermuth: To accept Empire is to deny the dead, the tortured witches of our past and the tortured rebels dying in Empire's prisons. To not fight Empire is to defy our own bodies, defile the land and destroy the bodies of others. To accept Empire is to become Empire.