Nous sommes allés à gênes, nous désertons leur guerre

Multitudes 7 (2001)

Genou, an extraordinary event. Network of networks, links between differences around shared radical objectives : illegitimacy of G8, civil disobedience etc. The multitudes in open conflict against the power of the Empire were confronted with the global Sovereign, with the bare and rough exercise of the force. But beyond summits and beyond their symbolic reach, the Multitudes are today called to confront with the set of the production and with the expropriation of the social wealth. A jump is necessary from the civil disobedience to social disobedience. But on September n changes the horizon. Manathan it is the end of all the ambiguities and it is the beginning of the Permanent Global War necessary for the reproduction of power in the era of the globalization. Social disobedience has to be then disobedience in a « War empire », desertion
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