Cui prodest 2/: on disruptions, Sanders, and #BLM reminding me of Autonomia

Black lives matter, and my blog comments really don’t; neither do everyone else’s, to be honest. But I’ll say this on the quarrel in Seattle: If it takes two young women disrupting one event to derail the Sanders campaign, his campaign wasn’t worth anything in the first place. If a (not so much) lefty presidential candidate is so weak to choke on such a harmless action, maybe it’s better for him to check his retirement plan. People who have been blabbering about Autonomia for years, idolizing it, now are now putting two young girls who dared to interrupt a senator from Vermont under scrutiny, for they didn’t play realpolitik enough.
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Né con l’ISIS né con col popolo delle matite

Tutti si sentono Charlie Hebdo ma la cifra comune è il conformismo più bieco e la gazzarra. Quello che ci dovrebbe stare a cuore non è (solo) la libertà di dire cazzate ma di dire cose che valga la pena dire. L’autonomia di dissociarsi senza venire emarginati.

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