ies for all and every - for the 'violence' in Toronto, I thought I'd knock up this little article so that the 'fluffies' out there - the ones who keep 'blaming' the blac bloc for the strentgh of the elite machine - might be able to answer this question, why is it so hard to understand we need violence to defeat the system?
This is a complex ‘war’; The System in its very self is a complex web of organisations on top of organisations with umbrella groups, like banks and IMF style ‘boards of directors’ at the helm, leading the global capitalist plan for total domination (they are not far off, by the way, as we busy ourselves with talk and words).
So the destruction of the global elite ‘system’ will take more than just guns and bombs, yes, it will take the greatest ever revolution that has taken place, the revolution that is yet to happen, even a sniff of it has yet to surface – even in Greece, things are not as ‘rebellious’ as they are going to be! – so no one can answer the question of ‘what does violence achieve?’, as the answer has to be placed in to an ‘understandable’ context, ie. That the end of the global elite order can only come after an immense battle, containing riots, YES, revolutions, YES, assassinations, YES, AND ALSO COMMUNITY BUILDING, YES, and localised progression and sustainable communities for those who wish to live another way, separated from the grip of ‘The System’.
Can you fluffies out there tell me why this is so hard to understand or get a grip with?
Ok, so the bank burning to the ground in X city in X country on X day may not seem like part of the ‘battle for liberation’, indeed, if you had to use that bank yesterday and cannot today, even as an anarcho-rebel, I understand you may be peeved because you cant have the luxury of taking ‘your money’ out of the wall…Yet is it a good enough reason to dismiss violent action against capitalism? I don’t think so.
I do not see it as being wrong or not worthy. I support every action that is part of the liberation from the global elite order – and I am not sorry folks, but that means violence….
Blocitus Blacitus Fortunitus - a slave of rome