vendredi 17 juin 2016

Papelera digital (IV)



Nota previa del autor: en el fondo de la papelera digital terminan aquellas ideas, historias, proyectos, balbuceos creativos que quedan aplazados o desechados definitivamente, o que incluso por su naturaleza sugestiva al autor le parecen suficientemente aptos para ser leídos ya como una obra completa, en la línea de la nueva tradición de fragmentación, síntesis, celeridad y lecturas volátiles de la presente cultura digital, o como un ejemplo más de simbiosis creativa en la moderna corriente del fanfic y de interactuación de los videojuegos en la que autores y lectores cooperan de manera activa en la construcción en espiral de una obra mayor a partir de un retazo inicial, desdibujando así poco a poco la frontera entre autor y lector.









Notas para una novela anarquista (KWVA 88.1).

En la frecuencia KWVA 88.1 FM, el célebre anarquista John Zerzan había venido expresando desde el cambio de milenio sus puntos de vista contra la civilización durante su programa de radio en directo, “AnarchyRadio”. El martes, día de emisión del programa, se había ido convirtiendo poco a poco en una cita obligada de muchos oyentes anarquistas, quienes desde las primeras emisiones podían incluso interactuar en directo expresando sus propios puntos de vista llamando a un número telefónico (541-346-0645) durante la emisión del programa. Cada una de las emisiones transcurrieron bajo este formato hasta que un acontecimiento revolucionario lo transformó todo de manera espontánea. En el portal de Internet, anarchistnews.org, un usuario anónimo colgó la emisión de radio correspondiente al diez de marzo del año dos mil quince, creando una corriente de comentarios sobre el programa en el cual se había hablado de egoísmo, nihilismo, antropología, Jason McQuinn y post-left anarchism. Ese flujo de comentarios había empezado analizando la más destacada participación que había tenido el programa por parte de un oyente sudafricano, el cual había manifestado que estaba “sorprendido sobre el hecho que muchos anarquistas no hayan adoptado el término “anti-left” para describirse a ellos mismos”. Los comentarios sucesivos fueron ahondando en esta cuestión creando una espiral anárquica de comentarios hasta que un usuario anónimo (algunos rumores han apuntado que podría tratarse incluso del propio Zerzan dado su silencio cómplice y de la propia universidad de Oregon, jugando a poner en marcha un macroexperimento probatorio sobre la civilización humana) irrumpió en la conversación digital proponiendo el hackeo de toda la estación de radio universitaria desde donde se emitía el programa convirtiéndola en general en una emisión sin fin en la que todo oyente pudiese participar sin ninguna regla preestablecida creando así una conversación infinita. Desde ese día la frecuencia de radio KWVA 88.1 FM ha ido deviniendo un lugar de culto anarquista en el que cualquiera que desea participar (no obligatoriamente anarquista) interacciona en el modo que considera oportuno en cada momento. En ciertos instantes el número de oyentes es tan masivo que resulta una tarea casi imposible descifrar los significados que se entremezclan, siendo solamente accesibles breves chasquidos comprensibles como en ciertas composiciones de Pollock. El hecho diferencial que ha dado una definitiva redimensión sociológica a la iniciativa y que ha finalizado incluso por desencadenar una corriente de literatura académica sobre el fenómeno (pese a la oposición y burlas que muchos anarquistas vierten a menudo desde la propia emisión en contra del proyecto) fue la inesperada decisión del MOMA de darle relevancia como pertinente muestra de arte vanguardista dedicando una pequeña sala en el museo en la que los visitantes en cómodos divanes pueden escuchar en directo la emisión radiofónica anarquista. Pero, más allá de estos efectos sociales colaterales, el sentido de esta novela KWVA 88.1 tendría como pretensión focalizarse en la simulación narrativa de toda esta atmósfera anárquica radiofónica a partir de esos ya míticos comentarios iniciales que dieron lugar a la anarquía radiofónica (reproducidos más abajo en versión original). La libre plasmación literaria de esos momentos de caos apenas inteligible como metáfora de la propia búsqueda del sentido de la vida o la reproducción del éxtasis poético de cualquiera de esas otras circunstancias anárquicas en las que son alcanzadas situaciones de especial singularidad como cuando un hombre recitaba poemas de Walt Whitman mientras una pareja follaba salvajemente de fondo, o como cuando una activista radfem gritaba encolerizada consignas misándricas contra todo valor masculino de fuerza llamando a la castración general al mismo tiempo que un hombre riendo meaba en el fondo de un retrete y con la mano en el sobaco componía una base rítmica de estridentes flatulencias a modo de acompañamiento musical como si se tratase de un rap improvisado, o el legendario trance en el que un célebre anarcoindividualista, en una misma noche, convenció a dos trabajadores metalúrgicos de su inminente obsolescencia histórica y los condujo con habilidad, haciéndoles ver su incapacidad de ser otra cosa ya que inservibles “animal laborans”, a la decisión liberadora de volarse la tapa de los sesos en directo, o esos raros instantes excepcionales en los que de pronto no hay nadie y sólo se escucha silencio, un silencio no completamente perfecto, un silencio sucio como si fuera la radiación sonora de fondo del mismo universo, un silencio errático como si fuese de alguna extraña forma el parloteo cuántico de la nada.





Anonymous

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Mon, 03/16/2015 – 18:01


"I'm surprised more”


"I'm surprised more anarchists have not adopted the term 'anti-left' to describe themselves,"

If "anti-left" still wouldn't be so easily associated with conservatives, fascists and neonazis, I'd have no problems using this term. But saying "anti-left anarchist" has some potential I guess... Would have much more meaning than that "post-left" stupidity too!






Sir Einzige

Tue, 03/17/2015 - 00:07


Just call yourself an anarch


And be done with it. You don't need any more negative prefixes or further hyphenations.

I've brought up this point elsewhere:

http://www.reddit.com/r/Postleftanarchism/comments/2yybu8/anarch_after_a...






King Nihil

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Tue, 03/17/2015 - 00:49


Or Better Yet


Go with nihilists instead. "Anarch" implies a connection with sovereign citizen jargon. John Zerzan prefers the negative "anti-left", which is explicit, but as you said, another negative. If you go with nihilist, then questioning everything and practicing destruction as living nihilism can be finally found.






True Nihilist

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Tue, 03/17/2015 – 09:46


You're aren't a king and you


You're aren't a king and you aren't a nihilist, poser king. The "Anarch" implies a connection to Ernst Junger (from his nauseating novel "Eumeswil"), a "reformed" Nazi who was one of the regime's elite intellectuals, along with Heidegger, Eckhart, Rosenberg and Von Sebottendorf.

You're also replying to a well-known troll who's been supporting all kinds of fascistic or racist dickhead philosophers on Anews, who's anti-left bitching is more in line with the tradition of these fuckers than with actual anti-left anarchism.







King Nihil

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Tue, 03/17/2015 - 13:18


Moderated again, so I'll


Moderated again, so I'll recap: Your mom calls me King, so I kept the name. I'm well aware of the "Anarch" connection and that Sir Einzige is shady. His words are an intervention of his to make treaties with national anarchists, tribalists and other fringe and he sees this as a vehicle to promote his views. By being an anarch, he can quickly dismiss anti-statist arguments. Not dependent on commodity production, he moves clean through the anti-capitalist critique. His critique of civilization is in line with most anti-civ positions, yet he is clearly right wing.

Bioregionalism plays some sort of role in his view, but he hardly expands beyond promoting some video with Scott Crow, which says hardly anything of value to consider, besides maybe considering the bioregion above political boundaries. I see the correlations, yet I find no evidence of inconsistency, other than an obvious leaning towards quack science.






Sir Einzige

Tue, 03/17/2015 - 14:50


you guys have me all figued out


Boy you guys are really in the ballpark as to my views.....rolleyes.

I've already made the point that the substance of Junger and what he meant is not in my approach. People who lack the intellectual brain damage of leftists(like gunter for instance) get my approach. I don't skirt things like the state or capital. You clearly miss the part where I critique organization as such. How does any nationalism or ideology come out of that approach my fellow brain retards? You just don't like the fact that leftism and its sacred cows are nothing to me.

There's a reason why going anarch makes sense, and as you can see some of the post leftist redditers agree with me. Are they rightwing nationalists to dummies?







Anonymous

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Sun, 05/08/2016 - 15:05


More importantly, there's no


More importantly, there's no actual praxis, nothing but petty bickering and masturbatory posting online. The whole reason that a handful of windbags tend to flood the comment section is because of the amount of time and energy invested. There's no method that applies to the real world at all: everything is semantics and "not believing in categories, binaries, dualism" etc. It's all just magical thinking and what's worse is they don't even notice the absence of a real praxis because they think they're actually accomplishing something here!!! They think this little cesspool of a discourse is an end, rather than a means. It's just a particularly boring and irrelevant manifestation of the larger social media phenomenon, the logic of which means that any halfwit pop musician is running circles around any online anarchist pundit in terms of relevancy.

Myself and many others aren't interested in online discourse as anything but one more tool to augment anarchist struggle in the real world, everything else is just noise and in the case of this website, noise directed at a relatively tiny audience.







Sir Einzige

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 14:56


"Nihilist"


Has similar problems in that it is part of the 'ist' 'ism' issue. The idea of anarch and anarchy is not tied to an all negating mindset which(as Bob Black) would say is stopping halfway when it comes to going beyond mediation. Creation and destruction should be practiced equally. You don't want to be bogged down only by what you are not or what you are against.

Again anarch and anarchy should be synonymous with a state of mind and orientation beyond position.








Anonymous

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Tue, 03/17/2015 - 05:28


Couldn't agree more. If we


Couldn't agree more. If we needed to differentiate each and every positive and negative association people have with anarchism, we'd realistically need to attach a hundred prefixes/hyphenations to the word. I'm anti-left, but I'm also anti-colonial, feminist, anti-racist, etc. etc. I would rather argue that all of these positions fall beneath the anti-authoritarian umbrella than agonize over having to constantly update/re-frame my identity.







Anonymous

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Tue, 03/17/2015 – 08:10


Yeah the Zen way


Yeah the Zen way has no organizational doctrines to clutter the spontaneous creation of free creative expression.







Anonymous

Tue, 03/17/2015 – 19:23


Calvin pissing on Stirner sticker


I just don't get why a 200 year old writing should be written about
again. What new take does it have to offer? Hegal said it all before.
We're already starting so far beyond mah spooks; why go backwards to
egoist theory? What kind of practice does it juxtasuppose against the
technological megamonolith super Goliath machine?







Anonymous

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Thu, 03/19/2015 - 20:51


There needs to be more


There needs to be more critiques towards ideologues like Zerzan from an "anti-civ" or "primitivist" perspective. He has written some valuable critiques of civilization in the 80's but his myth building and idealizing of primitive life in essays like Future Primitive are poisonous for honest discussions about what it means to live without civilization. Now you have all these leftists who repeat his bullshit about how primitive life is basically to be a lazy ass hippy livig a happy go lucky life. Marshall Sahlins' Original Affluent Society which popularized the the whole "primitive people work 15 hours a week" (with Bob Black's help to propagandize this towards anarchists) also needs to be called out for what it is; bullshit. Pretty much all the anthropological field work with hunter-gatherers since the 80's (who go way beyond Richard Lee's mockery of a study, on which Sahlins, Zerzan and Black rely) have shown this to be a gross inaccurate generalization. Lee himself admitted to this.

I'm not even going to go into Zerzan's hypocrisy about ITS/Wild Reaction, knowing that he made his fame as a media whore during Kaczynskis trial.

"Nihilism, ooooooh bad word, i dont understand what it means but its baaaad"
Zerzan, anti-left... lolol, yeah right. He's basically the poster child for bringing primitivist perspectives towards leftist values. He spends his time arguing how leftist his brand of primitivism really is; a progressive utopia, where hardly anyone needs to make an effort to live, where there is hardly any violence and everything responds to egalitarian/humanist principles... And if you don't agree you're basically a nihilist fascist, whatever that would be...
His distorted lecture of Perlman has him babbling about how every social crisis is anti-civ, when clearly every social crisis is pro-civ, have always brought about the strengthening of civilization with progressive values.
He's a fucking clown.








Anonymous

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Fri, 03/20/2015 – 22:37


Why not anti-left? Perhaps


Why not anti-left? Perhaps because the most popular anarchism in the United States is ANARCHO-fucking-CAPITALISM?

Re: Field studies of hunter gatherers in 1980s. Why would the behavior of HGs on verge of extinction be considered as representative of HGs in general?







Sir Einzige

Fri, 03/20/2015 – 22:50


Anarcho Capitalism


Is in the process of declining as we speak. It's largely an anglo-cultural rooted movement that is splintering between those who want to be propertarians and those who have adopted nationalism(this is what I have seen from the social media sphere which involves the next gen of would be theorists) . There are also leftist variants going back to early Rothbard and flowing into Tuckerite Mutualism(Rod Long).

Anti-left is a stupid term however, the existence of ancaps is not the reason to not use the term.







Anonymous

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Fri, 03/20/2015 - 23:40


Nope. The most popular


Nope. The most popular anarchism in the US just like the rest of North America is SOCIAL-FUCKING-ANARCHISM. Anarcho-capitalism is just some weirdo phony anarchism that only became relatively big a few years ago and is plagued to vanish just as its proponents become filthy rich scumbags and get into GOP politics (for as soon as the next election, I predict). They're just a new type of liberals... actually they ARE the true primordial American liberals.







Anonymous

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Fri, 03/20/2015 - 23:46


...and as much as capitalists


...and as much as capitalists are all over the place, desperate to get rich like the fools they are, that's nowhere enough to convince me of siding with fucking Lefties, who are really just another flavor of capitalism, that are as much hardcore after gaining and consolidating capital, all sorts of capital... just not financial capital (at least not outside of the Euro and Chinese socialists who also like to deal with megabucks).







Anonymous

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Sat, 03/21/2015 - 12:51


Everything I've seen


Everything I've seen indicates that ancaps are more popular. I suppose you would have to get outside the Bay and other college towns for awhile to realize this, but it's reality.






GreenGeist

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Sun, 05/08/2015 - 14:24


They have become quite vocal


They have become quite vocal but I highly doubt that they're more popular or a majority if that's something you're implying. The ones who know the least are often the ones who speak the most & loudest.







Anonymous

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Sun, 05/08/2015 - 15:12


Yeah … what exactly have you


Yeah … what exactly have you seen? I see tons of online presence and almost nothing else. Except this one guy who was thrown out of a bookfair years ago after running his fool mouth until like, 50 people all turned on him.







Anonymous

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Sun, 05/14/2015 - 18:48


On the already mentioned spontaneous creation of free creative expression



Why do not we hack the college radio station KWVA and transform it in a spontaneous creation of free creative expression?





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