Thursday, August 29, 2013


    Welcome all to this new blog! It is run by 2 folks, Cracklemore and Echo. We're both young Insurrectionary Post-left Anarchist. The goal of this blog is to get our collected writings out, and also provide an outlet for other youth to be inspired and to take action against this horrible horrible world we live in. This will be the first post for a week, or maybe more, but we will be pumping out content on a regular basis once we get everything just right.

   By Post-left, we mean we have left the left. We are tired of being manipulated, tired of being trained, tired of being seen as lesser, and tired of "being organized." We are the proles that cannot be organized, we are the lumpen proles. We embrace our youthful spirits instead of drown them out and organize them. We reject the idea that we must wait 40 years down the road for revolution, that we may not even be alive for the revolution. We want it now! Not in 10 years, not in 100. We are against patriarchy, capitalism, and white supremacy. We are against every single thing the current world stands for. We are not here to build but to destroy. We aren't going to critique industrialization, but rather critique civillization. That is what we mean by Post-left.

  By Insurrectionary we mean we want the struggle now. We don't want to build a movement and have everything organized and controlled by us, we want revolution now. Revolution, as defined by the left, is basically glorified reform. We don't want to install a new police, or a new party, or a new ideology. We want anarchy. We don't fetishize long dead white acedemics, nor do we fetishize the existence of future society. We just wanna be free.

  By Lumpen Proletariat, we mean we cannot be organized.

   Fuck the left, fuck the cis-tem, and fuck everything-
                                                                                       Sincerely, Cracklemore and Echo

1 comment:

  1. Hi :) Very interesting blog. I'm actually a classical anarchist, not a post-leftist, but you do make some very good points, and you explain your stance very well. I look forward to reading more posts :)