“The society which has abolished every kind of adventure makes its own abolition the only possible adventure.” Paris, May 1968

Sunday, 13 October 2013

Epiphany at the bookfair.

Next Saturday will see the annual pilgrimage down the Mile End Road for that cornucopia of libertarian delights, the London Anarchist Bookfair. Once again the organisers have brought together a stellar line up of just about every conceivable branch of anarchism. This year the bookfair will also stage the premier of Suzy Gillett's blockbuster movie Epiphany featuring those stars of stage, screen and assorted disturbances, Martin Wright and Ian Bone. See you there.


Dr Llaregub said...

Enjoy the bookfair. Personally I think anarchism lost its way. Left and right used to be determined by attitudes towards the soviets (with many anarchists critically supporting the Russian Revolutionaries), now its the attitude towards conservative Islam with those who criticise deemed to be racists and facists. So why should I go to the bookfair to stand alongside the no platform anarchists - an oxymoron -and a bunch of bitter and hostile failures whose concept of argument is classification, usually incorrect. I've looked closely at the anarchist, Bonist, class war, blogs and see nothing for the underdogs and working people. Face it guys - you won. The sixties hippie anarchist people are in control and what a bureacratic politically correct shit pit they have created. Contrary to your leader, Incubus, my past radicalism is relevant. I'll be consolidating work I did with HIV positive pregnant women in West Africa. Ignored by the left and shat on by the drug companies. And now - to work with the indigenous folk of South Africa who really need some anti pharmaceutical company support from a racist bigot like me. Enjoy the bookfair. There is work to be done.

Anonymous said...

suzy gillet.....:):) bet she has a brazilian wiv a name like that