Insurrection as values-driven theory and action
in The politics of attack
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This chapter seeks to construct the basis for an insurrectionary framework based around a shared politic. This approach borrows from insurrectionary theory's rejection of strict ideological encampments as understood through self-imposed identities. Modern insurrectionary attackers understand that massive interlinked apparatuses of governance will not likely be toppled through sporadic attacks on property and individuals, but they strike regardless. The insurrectionary strategy is based in the task of creating social conditions akin to active combat, termed the "social war". The insurrectionary epistemology rests in a poststructurally-infused articulation of anarchism, often termed post-anarchism which seeks to locate a form of ultimate intersectionality, a total liberation philosophy that does not rest its critique in institutions or specific hierarchies. The false dichotomy typically presented for the purpose of categorization is one wherein anarchism has two approaches, one of organization and another of explosive spontaneity.

The politics of attack

Communiqués and insurrectionary violence

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