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From Ben <mrreko@yahoo.com.au>
Date Mon, 31 Mar 2003 10:30:02 +0200 (CEST)


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The Importance of Being Idle
by Nic Townsend
http://www.anarchosyndicalism.org/analysis/idle.htm

"So you've finished your VCE and suddenly you've found yourself at
university. If you're here with expectations of intellectual enlightenment
and a fulfilling learning experience, you're about to be disappointed. If
you're here with expectations of heavy workloads and lots of late nights
studying, then you're in for a pleasant surprise . . . Through my own
experiences I have learned the ins and outs of the Way of the Bludger, and
as I embark on my final year of study, a feel a responsibility to pass
down my knowledge to a new generation of disciples."

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Paideia: 24 Years of Anarchist Education in South-West Spain
by Fiona Taylor
http://www.anarchosyndicalism.org/culture/paideia.htm

"My observations, including a lot of discussion with the adult collective,
and some group interviews with ex-students - is that Paideia turns out
lovely, thinking people. People who are super sensitive to other people's
needs and feelings. I think they are often a little shocked by how
disrespectful, unjust, conformist etc people who haven't been to Paideia
are. In this way - the school is a kind of microcosm for how our
communities might be, how we might relate to each other and enact a just
system of self-management and direct democracy . . . except they're kids,
and we all live in (and go home at the end of the day to) a world which is
very different to this. The revolutionary potential of Paideia then, might
be that the kids go home, and at 15 go out into the world with a way of
living which influences all they come into contact with. To an extent I
think this is true."

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WW3 Pay Per View
Anti-war, anti-imperialist song by Melbourne producer Sacha.
http://www.anarchosyndicalism.org/audio/archive/Sacha_ww3-pay-per-view.mp3

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Rise like Lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number -
Shake your chains to earth like dew
Which in sleep had fallen on you -
Ye are many - they are few.
- Percy Shelley
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