Monday, May 27, 2013

Fighting the system is tough, but fighting reality is even harder

'Graeber refers to march planners and other organizers as “verticals,” and to him this is an insult: it refers not just to defenders of Kim Jong-un but to anyone who thinks a political uprising needs parties or leaders... Working with some like-minded activists, on the opposite side of the park, Graeber helped to convene a general assembly...'

In other words, in order to show that leaders aren't necessary, Graeber acted as a leader. Because, you know, they are necessary.

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