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Gustavo Rodríguez: The rebellions of misery

“All control systems are based on the punishment/award binomial. When punishments are disproportionate to rewards and when employers no longer have any rewards left, uprisings occur.”

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‘Approaches to the situation in #Bolivia from an anarchic insurrectional perspective’ by Gustavo Rodriguez

Much has been written these days about the “resignation” of Evo Morales, former chief of the Bolivian state. As was to be expected, there has been no lack of furious positions on the subject – on the right and on the left of Capital – backing or attacking (as the case may be) the deposed president. Particularly prodigal have been the chronicles and approaches to this event from the vision of “nuestralatinoamericana” and from mostly an “anti-imperialism” orthodoxy. It so happens that for years we have been dependent on the interpretations and analyses of others -even though they can no longer be considered moderately acceptable from the contemporary anarchic viewpoint- and, driven by the need for reflection, other narratives have begun to express themselves with our unmistakable “brand name”.

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Gustavo Rodríguez: Letter to a chilean on the current situation (II)

Part 2. To Joaquín García Chanks and Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda, comrades and co-conspirators.

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Gustavo Rodríguez: Letter to a chilean on the current situation (I)

To Joaquín García Chanks and Marcelo Villarroel Sepúlveda, comrades and co-conspirators.

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