and all this

Cp and all this about un peu de fiction? what is this ? are you saying? Are you laying a milieu for your work or suggesting your work is cross-sected texted with it already ?

CDuffy __ ye s and yes and yes, each space of the keyboard freesa

possible morphem or semantic junction and the sepration of

vowsElllszzzzzzzzzzzzzz and speech makes the difference . Dig, so the

fictions bust out of that. maybe . So, des morceaux, yes. Bit parts and
burrows rambling under the terrain of the boring obvious.

Cp______ and the other nous who are the ends of ourselves they too are you they? Vous êtes eux? les autres vous? and yer keyboard's french is abominanimaux!

CDuffy________yes the mouth precedes itself in walking and the life accordingly. makes perfect sense to my sense of what rational myth in its secular form disorganizes. In my own write other words : 'Mais si ! Il faut apprendre à se couper en petits morceaux'
Courtesy of the owners of rhizomatics its not as easy as it appears. Its like a body connecting to another.



The Temporary Autonomous Classroom

blown up! The Temporary Autonomous Classroom — an eventwork by Silvia Maglioni &Graeme Thomson :: Dates Below :: Mains d’Oeuvres, 1, rue Charles Garnier, 93 400 Saint-Ouen, Paris.

blown up! is an eventwork, mapping an investigation at once philosophical, cinematic and relational. In a manner similar to Antonioni’s film Blow-Upwhich follows a photographer’s quest to locate a body in a London park from a blow-up of a snapshot he has taken, Silvia Maglioni & Graeme Thomson explored 1970s video footage of Gilles Deleuze’s courses at the University of Vincennes to locate participants in the seminar who then became collaborators in their film, Facs of Life. But blown up!equally derives from an explosion, recomposing scattered shards of a political moment, a research process, a corpus of images, voices and concepts, within the framework of a temporary autonomous classroom that exhorts us to “make rhizomes, not roots, never plant! Don’t sow grow offshoots! Don’t be one or multiple, be multiplicities. Run lines, never plot a point!”

November 29, 2009; 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Mille Plateaux Associes ; Thomas Hirschhorn (Deleuze Monument) ; Jean-Jacques Lebel (Monument a Felix Guattari) ; Jochen Dehn, Pascale Criton ; Daniel Deshays ; Dork Zabunyan ; Anne Querrien , Brian Holmes, Anne Sauvagnargues ; Nicolas Gerber ; Genevieve Schwoebel & Les Femmes Assises.

December 5, 2009; 4:00 - 10:00 pm

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December 13, 2009; 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Jalal Toufic (Saving Face) ; Societe realiste ; Ali Akay ; Otolith group (Otolith I) ; Walid Raad ; Benjamin Thigpen ; Robert Albouker ; Manon De Boer (Resonating Surfaces) ; folksonomy ; terminal beach (FREEZE-OUT).

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un peu de fiction

– Aujourd’hui, enfin, Nous triomphons.
– Nous ? Qui est encore ce Nous ?
– Nous ! C’est-à-dire les meilleurs morceaux de chacun d’entre nous.
– Des morceaux, maintenant ? Et contre qui ces morceaux triomphent ?
– Contre les autres Nous.
– Encore des Nous ?
– Oui, les autres bouts de Nous, ceux qui sont contre Nous.
– Je ne comprends rien.
– Mais si ! Il faut apprendre à se couper en petits morceaux.

meêêmeêmeêmeême manière qu’ils Nous débitent par petits bouts.
– Je ne comprends rien.
– Arrête avec tes Je. Je n’existe plus.
– À vrai dire… il était temps.

______________________________ c'est comme ca on travaille un peu
______________________ extrait de

DEDANS ~ DEHORS 1, une dichotomie tactique,


cockle bone_ OLdeR View _____________[s]

He sets out to write in prose with regular ragged columns
but because of the limits of the medium it becomes
a straggled verse. Correct reader, read it as prose.
It becomes thee, becomes me.
____________________It becomes the other thing called autobiography fiction. The song in the sound, the read in glance. Grace as the pace of things. A twisted inward eye hovering near its shum./ Is that so? Well, we see its porcelain glance. A repetition of fair and wheat. What does the word signify its fair wind a cutting .... bark barque bark embark...

ragged textile edge
room the walk
not interested in the 'professional look'this Elizabethan __ crooked sign posts hanging boards
the washerwoman’s image sticks in the corner
other things every which way dont fit fickle 'somewhat' funky
the streets tackle wandering navigating eateries death
mud in the eyes of the scarves of the roadwayas they call it some
shit space of wayfarer
I am a painter so it's my studio
my studio not an exhibition.

but what of the characters in it? they are in the
other ones, the blogs of-fiction some other
place I could put 'myself' 'my self-rempli'is it the plague
sniffing over there? the hurricane,a bastinado for your death.
basta-basta sirrah there's hurriancoes
snow blowing wind whistle siren masts crackling
in the city walls the whoring lanes are plenty

something like this studio gripping its ages
crooked lanes, filthy pedlars, jewel cunning thieves

Writhing writhin’ moment. Not a breath to say. Always.
all the way to heaven and back the heave
knot of the sent. the pixel something sonnet of the Easter pate.
Knock your pate out lad! Lassie get thy hurly burlies over here,
thy buttocks for a lover's knock!Have with you!
Heave the say, a spent rabble roused night.
A heave night. It is I, Thomas Nashe spreading his dubious wings,
to spicken and span the sky.
An angel covets my wings a flower
to raise a gracious lady laden with
the bucket of her love for me.
A leman lady pucked to the fill to the Filling of her I

Some sent for me. A critter in the breeze,
a rumor of ships masting in the 'high' sky.
angels and dust Aye, and the seven behold
travelers of the sea.Come my capping eye
and see me. A traveler begrimes thee,
a squadron in the moor the field milled with its loving
and yeare the translated you of yore.
Berhymes thee.Come to my Dublin mask
and Paris in the blogridden avenues the
bedecked streets of my death, a funeral in
good Paris, of the kings and Lord hear my wish.
O this is the dog's life. No? is it not
the live dog bark of the hammer I hear?
what is it then? if not that?
in this hush-hush space of my
studio and the understudy of the perspective
I see hence in the crenelated towers,
beveled window of the outside volume.
Irish sun glitters in the jewel of its feat
Not the ordinary of language.
Its feast a tripping sun
as expected I go off in the tangent. a tempest.
Tangenitalman that I am betimes a courteous
sweet gallant goughing in the ring

if that's the case then who are we? if the character's just handwriing what is the hunger
motivates rough bats, weak beat and sundered rhythm?

before each part, a wave pulling back whitecaps and the monsieur
appearing pairing his feet

in the rig high overhead is that the bearing coming right?
do you bear a dog's life Dublin?
are the ruelles your constant home? the dock offshores the beat the metal plate

fritter in the fin in the fold the man's seeking alliteration that bells the bottom ...
its rope carries winter's furthest body of its cold ricktus
love's not seen this name written on the necessity of moving

______________________________________You assume it was fiction but love's button
works by breaking sound barries movements, oracles, pedimented slum,
and rivered talks , breaking in the back, and the rough waves of pillow
breakage __ the rocks cut close, too close? maybe this way speaking's become dumb
and the hefted chair the black fright cant feel a willow to its knees

______________________________step to the side
_____________________________________A literal pause and hope
______________________________________________littoral to sun and weed

____________________________it comes falls by the side river bank and sided to the boat's lifting grifting |

All seamen wear buckets . In their pants. In their needs. Nervous as any friggin sun.


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Rencontre avec Alain Badiou 1 (Théâtre Marni, Bruxelles)

Dig the beautiful hands of the thinker
in Still-Motion

|compares himself in passing to sartre
yes yes they've both written novels and plays!
and philosophy.... combinations of ... he situates
himself in relation
to the 18th century
'philosophes' who alsowrote drama, memoirs,
large tomes of philosophy and quicker smaller ones...
And yes, he too acted.. has written poetry... a novel..
23 novembre
rie du Sujet aux alternatives sociales et politiques possibles
Dig him talking about against barbarism and isolaiton against starvation and screwing people over_________Love asTwo
not one and one
and he speak of L'amour
Love l'amour
c'est la tentative de construire un monde on chanter par la deux
2 envoyé par lavolteruz. -
___Complete set of vidoes at Daily Motion
and Intercessions_________
via INtis dans l'étoffe des choses

Souvenirs de l'avenir - fabulation d'un peuple à venir. . .A PeOPlE to Come

U.S. is doing no good in Afghanista

Of course Obama is proving that he has no interest in changing the situation that
Malalai Joya urges him to change. if Obama had a ny balls, or any moral and or ethical and spiritual courage he would have also refused to take the Nobel peace prize and
passed it to M. Joya and at the same time told her he he was taking his american armies out of Afghanistan. Not next year, not next month, but promptly. Like Now.

Report: Obama To Announce Plans to Send 34,000 More Troops

On Monday night President Barack Obama met with his national security team to finalize plans to escalate the war in Afghanistan. Obama is expected to announce his decision next Tuesday but the McClatchy Newspapers is reporting the president has already decided to send 34,000 additional U.S. troops over the next year to Afghanistan.

from democracy now november 24 headlines

"But convincing Congress, especially on the issue of how to fund the troop increase which Peter Orszag, director of the Office of Management and Budget, pegged at nearly $1 million per soldier, is another matter." snipped from the truth out here for remainder .

As an Afghan woman who was elected to Parliament, I am in the United States to ask President Barack Obama to immediately end the occupation of my country.

Eight years ago, women's rights were used as one of the excuses to start this war. But today, Afghanistan is still facing a women's rights catastrophe. Life for most Afghan women resembles a type of hell that is never reflected in the Western mainstream media.

In 2001, the U.S. helped return to power the worst misogynist criminals, such as the Northern Alliance warlords and druglords. These men ought to be considered a photocopy of the Taliban. The only difference is that the Northern Alliance warlords wear suits and ties and cover their faces with the mask of democracy while they occupy government positions. But they are responsible for much of the disaster today in Afghanistan, thanks to the U.S. support they enjoy.

The U.S. and its allies are getting ready to offer power to the medieval Taliban by creating an imaginary category called the "moderate Taliban" and inviting them to join the government. A man who was near the top of the list of most-wanted terrorists eight years ago, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, has been invited to join the government.

Over the past eight years the U.S. has helped turn my country into the drug capital of the world through its support of drug lords. Today, 93 percent of all opium in the world is produced in Afghanistan. Many members of Parliament and high ranking officials openly benefit from the drug trade. President Karzai's own brother is a well known drug trafficker.

Meanwhile, ordinary Afghans are living in destitution. The latest United Nations Human Development Index ranked Afghanistan 181 out of 182 countries. Eighteen million Afghans live on less than $2 a day. Mothers in many parts of Afghanistan are ready to sell their children because they cannot feed them.

Afghanistan has received $36 billion of aid in the past eight years, and the U.S. alone spends $165 million a day on its war. Yet my country remains in the grip of terrorists and criminals. My people have no interest in the current drama of the presidential election since it will change nothing in Afghanistan. Both Karzai and Dr. Abdullah are hated by Afghans for being U.S. puppets.

The worst casualty of this war is truth. Those who stand up and raise their voice against injustice, insecurity and occupation have their lives threatened and are forced to leave Afghanistan, or simply get killed.

We are sandwiched between three powerful enemies: the occupation forces of the U.S. and NATO, the Taliban and the corrupt government of Hamid Karzai.

Now President Obama is considering increasing troops to Afghanistan and simply extending former President Bush's wrong policies. In fact, the worst massacres since 9/11 were during Obama's tenure. My native province of Farah was bombed by the U.S. this past May. A hundred and fifty people were killed, most of them women and children. On Sept. 9, the U.S. bombed Kunduz Province, killing 200 civilians.

My people are fed up. That is why we want an immediate end to the U.S. occupation.

MALALAI JOYA spoke at San Jose State University Saturday and signed copies of her new political memoir, A Woman Among Warlords, co-written with Derrick O"Keefe. The survivor of four assassination attempts, she was elected to Afghanistan"s parliament in 2005 and kicked out in 2007 by the warlords. She wrote this article for the Mercury News.

Canada Should Change its Policy on Afghanistan

More facts about Afghanistan_____________>

Our Corrupt Occupation of Afghanistan

November 25, 2009 By Robert Naiman
Source: t r u t h o u t

-Malalai Joya

The Woman Who Will Not Be Silenced

'I am not sure how many more days I will be alive," Malalai Joya says quietly. The warlords who make up the new "democratic" government in Afghanistan have been sending bullets and bombs to kill this tiny 30-year-old from the refugee camps for years - and they seem to be getting closer with every attempt. Her enemies call her a "dead woman walking". "But I don't fear death, I fear remaining silent in the face of injustice," she says plainly. "I am young and I want to live. But I say to those who would eliminate my voice: 'I am ready, wherever and whenever you might strike. You can cut down the flower, but nothing can stop the coming of the spring.'

-------- this older essay of Malalai Joya is more pertinent than ever.

After 9/11, unfortunately the United States and its allies like Canada pushed us from the frying pan into the fire, by putting in power the Northern Alliance criminals and warlords. As long as they follow this wrong policy, the situation in Afghanistan will become more disastrous.

Canada should not continue its current policy until 2011. Canada should act independently of the United States and find an alternative policy if they really want to be an honest friend of the Afghan people and improve this catastrophic situation.

Today, in the name of bringing human rights, women's rights and democracy, our country has been occupied. Under the nose of NATO troops and Canadian troops, the situation of women is getting worse day by day. More women than ever are committing suicide by self-immolation. Recently, in Laghman province, a woman burned herself in front of the courthouse because she could not get justice. The case of Parwez Kambakhsh, who remains in prison, shows that there is no freedom of speech in my country, even though it is guaranteed in our constitution.

Just this winter, more than 1000 people died from the cold, because of poverty. Some women have been forced to sell their babies for only ten dollars just to get enough money to survive. And today Afghanistan is once again the world's biggest producer of opium, 93 percent of the world supply. President Karzai's brother, for instance, is a famous druglord in Kandahar province.

This situation continues because, of the billions of dollars that Afghanistan has received from the international community, most of the money has gone into the pockets of the warlords and druglords that the U.S. and its allies have imposed on our country. Just like in Iraq, because of corruption, ordinary people have not benefited from this money. The Congressional Budget Office says that the U.S. will spend $2.4 trillion over the next ten years on the "war on terror." If they instead spent this money properly and honestly, not only would Iraq and Afghanistan be made into heaven but, also, world poverty would be eliminated.

The great people of Canada should know that today our people in Afghanistan are not looking at their soldiers as any different from U.S. or other NATO troops. For our people, all of them are the same because, unfortunately, for seven years they have followed the footpath of the U.S. You cannot bring values like democracy and human rights by supporting the sworn enemies of these values.

These troops are supposedly bombing the Taliban, but instead of killing Taliban ordinary people are the victims. And the Taliban is only becoming more powerful again. People right now do not trust these foreign troops and they do not support this government. If they continue their policy they will face the resistance of the Afghan people and more blood of innocent people will be shed.

Because of our history - we were attacked by both the British and the Soviets - our people do not trust foreign troops. But this time, after Soviet occupation, civil war and the Taliban, people - even though they were suspicious of U.S. motives - had some hopes that maybe B-52s would change the situation, or give us a helping hand. Unfortunately, we now see that the U.S. only attacked Afghanistan because of its own strategic policy and its regional and economic interests. It is the policy of the U.S. to keep the situation in Afghanistan unstable, to have a reason to stay longer militarily.

Today, the people of Afghanistan are faced with two enemies: internal enemies in the form of fundamentalists like the Taliban and the Northern Alliance, and foreign enemies who do not think about the interests of the Afghan people for a moment.

There is no question that Afghanistan needs a helping hand. But our people are now saying, if you do not support or help us, it would be better that you leave Afghanistan so that people here can fight against their enemies who are in power themselves.

But we don't only want the withdrawal of these foreign troops. We also want the withdrawal of the warlords and the Taliban. We want disarmament of these criminals and we want support for democratic parties.

On behalf of my people, I send my condolences and share the pain of those Canadian families who have lost their loved ones in Afghanistan. By raising our voices together against the wrong policy of the U.S. and its allies like Canada, we can prevent the loss of more innocent life.

Malalai Joya is an Afghan MP currently appealing her suspension from the country's parliament. She spoke to rabble.ca editor Derrick O'Keefe.



Wolfgang-Amadeus Mozart

Edith Mathis, soprano
Julia Hamari, alto
Wieslaw Ochman, ténor
Karl Ridderbusch, basse
Choeur de l'Opéra de Vienne
Orchestre Philharmonique de Vienne

Karl Böhm, direction
réf : DGG 413 553

radio france vivace

"Mozart's desiring-machine? "Raise your ass to
your mouth, ... ah, my ass burns like fire, but what can be the meaning
of that? Perhaps a turd wants to come out. . . . Yes, yes, turd, I know
you, I see you, I feel you. What is this—is such a thing possible?"*

*From a letter by Mozart, cited by Marcel More, Le Dim Mozart et le monde des okeaux ("Paris: Galliniard,
1971), p. 124: "Having come of age, he found the means of concealing his divine essence, by indulging in
scatological amusements." More shows convincingly how the scatological machine works underneath and
against the Oedipal "cage." A/O 325



Mozart's never ending mystery ~ Requiem

and here Mozart


et ici Pairing

Stravinsky and Mozart

at the Boston Symphony Orchestra

A brief but interesting discussion comparing some of the differences

between Stavinsky and Mozart, and Stravinsky's interest in using

'the language neo-classical music ' in a 'modern' way.

"Stravinsky and Mozart. The season
continues Sept. 26 and 29 with two choral masterpieces, Stravinsky's
"Symphony of Psalms" and Mozart's Requiem, both featuring the
Tanglewood Festival Chorus, John Oliver, conductor. Soloists for the
evening are bass Eric Owens and three up-and-coming young singers
making their BSO debuts - soprano Grazia Doronzio, mezzo-soprano Anke
Vondung, and tenor Michael Schade"


L'intrusion de Gaïa

Video and information about a talk given last winter by Isabelle Stengers concerning the present catastrophic situation ~ the overall ecosophic barbarism and what might be done to end it,prevent, to overcome it.I'd strongly suggest watching the whole set of videos, and the debate which followed.

Au temps des catastrophes, résister à la barbarie qui vient

Un appel à la résistance par la prise de conscience de chacun, aussi bien dans le domaine économique que dans le domaine de l'écologie

Grandes conférences de Wallonie picarde


Pourquoi ce cycle de grandes conférences ?

Isabelle Stengers

Lundi 26 octobre 2009

20 h Palace d'Ath

L'intrusion de Gaïa

Au temps des catastrophes, sister à la barbarie qui vient

Isabelle Stengers

Crise économique, sociale, sanitaire, climatique, alimentaire… Pour la philosophe belge Isabelle Stengers, nous sommes entrés dans le temps des catastrophes, marqué par un sentiment collectif diffus de désarroi et d’impuissance. Dans ce contexte agité, notre mode de croissance actuel, irresponsable, voire criminel, doit être maintenu coûte que coûte même s’il s’apparente, selon elle, à une véritable barbarie. Faut-il alors se résoudre à l’opinion de certains écologistes radicaux selon laquelle la défense de la planète dépasse celle des humains ? Selon l’hypothèse Gaïa, la terre est un organisme et nous en faisons partie, il n’y a donc pas lieu d’opposer humain et nature.

Mais comment agir puisque dénoncer n’est pas suffisant ?

Pour Isabelle Stengers, il s’agit d’apprendre, et cela à toute échelle, à briser le sentiment d’impuissance qui nous menace, d’expérimenter ce que demande la capacité de résister aux expropriations et aux destructions du capitalisme. Elle se sert d’une multitude d’exemples pour construire cette alternative possible basée sur la prise de conscience de chacun, aussi bien dans le domaine économique que dans le domaine de l’écologie.

Isabelle Stengers s’est fait connaître en 1979 avec La Nouvelle Alliance écrit avec le prix Nobel de chimie Ilya Prigogine. Depuis, elle n’a cessé d’interroger les discours dominants des sciences et de leurs experts face à d’autres savoirs, plus minoritaires, ceux des usagers ou des militants. Elle est membre du comité d’orientation de Cosmopolitiques, cahiers théoriques pour l’écologie politique. Elle a écrit avec Philippe Pignarre La sorcellerie capitaliste (2005, La Découverte) et participé au Livre noir de la psychanalyse (2005, Les Arènes). En mars 2009, elle publie Au temps des catastrophes. Résister à la barbarie qui vient (Editions La Découverte, Les Empêcheurs de penser en rond).

« Nous vivons des temps étranges, un peu comme si nous étions en suspens entre deux histoires, qui toutes deux parlent d’un monde devenu « global ». L’une nous est familière, elle est rythmée par les nouvelles du front de la grande compétition mondiale et a la croissance pour flèche du temps. Elle a la clarté de l’évidence quant à ce qu’elle exige et promeut, mais elle est marquée par une remarquable confusion quant à ses conséquences. L’autre, en revanche, pourrait être dite distincte quant à ce qui est en train d’arriver, mais elle est obscure quant à ce qu’elle exige, quant à la réponse à donner à ce qui est en train d’arriver ». (Isabelle Stengers, Au temps des catastrophes, La Découverte, Paris, 2009, p.9).

This poster reproduction via the site Athois la Terre

Titre du livre : Au temps des catastrophes. Résister à la barbarie qui vient.
Auteur : Isabelle Stengers
Éditeur : Les Empêcheurs de penser en rond
Date de publication : 05/01/09
N° ISBN : 2707156833

Web Journal Non Fiction. Fr ___ link ____________________here

Résumé : Un appel à la résistance par la prise de conscience de chacun aussi bien dans le domaine économique que dans le domaine de l'écologie.

"Du possible, sinon j’étouffe !" Gilles Deleuze aurait aimé cette belle formule qui donne son titre au tract que les intermittents du spectacle et précaires d’Ile-de-France ont diffusé il y a quelques années pour faire connaître les motifs de leur grogne . Du possible – c’est-à-dire non pas nécessairement une perspective d’avenir riante, celle des lendemains qui chantent, mais plus modestement, et de manière plus vitale aussi bien, une restauration des puissances d’agir, de sentir, d’imaginer et de penser, un renouvellement des capacités de faire et de défaire des mondes.

Deux caractéristiques remarquables autorisent à tenir l’expérience des intermittents en France pour révélatrice d’une situation politique globale. Tout d’abord, la façon dont ils ont été considérés par le pouvoir en place – par celles et ceux que Isabelle Stengers appelle dans son dernier livre "nos responsables" : à savoir, comme des surnuméraires. Trop nombreux sont les intermittents du spectacle. Mais trop nombreux aussi sont les enseignants, les étudiants, les chômeurs, les inactifs, les vieux, les artistes, les journalistes de France Télévision, etc. On en vient à se demander à la longue si les politiques néolibérales contemporaines ont d’autre fonction que de fabriquer des déficits et d’utiliser les populations comme variable d’ajustement.

Mais le plus étonnant dans un tel discours est qu’il ait pu rencontrer un accueil aussi favorable auprès de l’opinion publique, laquelle en est venue à se dire, sur tous ces sujets d’actualité, qu’il n’y avait effectivement pas d’autres choix possible que de supprimer des emplois, que de réduire les aides sociales, que d’augmenter le temps de travail, que d’alléger les charges patronales, etc. C’est qu’"il faut bien réformer", n’est-ce pas, et en cette affaire le mieux est toujours l’ennemi du bien. Il en va en effet de deux choses l’une : soit moins de droits sociaux, soit plus de chômeurs ; soit des salaires revus à la baisse, soit des délocalisations ; soit les OGM, soit la perte de compétitivité de l’agriculture européenne ; soit les brevets, soit pas de recherche.

Telles sont quelques-unes des "alternatives infernales", comme les appellent Isabelle Stengers et Philippe Pignarre, que le discours néolibéral aime à multiplier, et par lesquelles trop souvent nous nous laissons piéger, capturer, envoûter . Tout l’intérêt du mouvement des intermittents, de ce point de vue, a tenu à l’étonnante capacité de résistance qu’il a manifesté, et qui s’est traduite par la tentative de réouverture d’un espace de possibles. En lisant collectivement le protocole de réforme, en confrontant les rapports des experts aux pratiques d’emploi et aux savoirs des uns et des autres, les intermittents ont produit une contre-expertise qui a permis de déplacer le combat sur le terrain même de la production de savoir."

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More Isabelle Stengers at Radio Deleuze


turn to it

_________________ Interviews in the Aristotelian Cave

_C__ Why is every poet a politician?

CDuffy ___I don't mean that in the banal literal sense, I mean that every poet is in the space of freedom and her work is the field of its expression, its desire and hope. The hope of human freedom everywhere. that does not mean poets don't crazy and choose the opposite and even in some cases, have chosen tyranny or something that looks like freedom. Think of Neruda and his choice, his great poems singing the praises , implicitly and even explicitly of the old Soviet Union. Or take Aragon's poems praising Communism at around the same time, back in the 1930's... And then Ezra Pound going the other way, and supporting Mussolini. These were mistakes, and in the latter's situation it was a delirium, a racist delirium. Many poets do this, and so many are, and will continue to make these sorts of mistakes even dangerous ones. But in general poets, great poets come to freedom, and if necessary they return to it.

C__ And you do you make mistakes, have you made them?

CDuffy_____ (laughing crying weeping sobbing beating his breast): Mea culpa Mea cupla Mea Maximum culpa culprit! Yes, yes of course I have, but I think they didnt last, and to my knowledge no one, except my self, my inward self, was harmed by them.
O and I think the verses, and poems,the books,and the rest of it, the whole complete shebang, has , on the whole not been a hindrance to any persons, people and not to Freedom . That is for sure.

C__ and if you found out you were wrong about that, what then?

CDuffy__ It's not a question. It's a statement question isn' it? I say this this, and this say to question statement its a question statement its a freedom statement to say harmed hindered and hurt? I was wrong, if wrong was the statement hindered those others hurt and loved by "moi" and myselves so if wrong was I the I was wrong and existentially mistaken erred . And I like to spell the word freedome with an e. Because it's an E vowel and its out and open like a vowel ought to be open as a vow . No?

________________ (Duffy is hurried out the back door to his hovel and osteoarthritis)___

(waiting him there are darlings of many shapes and ... the secret ...)

E rise to love and late

and a

whats interesting is the politics of the molecular and becomings an d this other type and how th e two twine or dont

arts like that too I think


C Are you a politican D?

CDuffy _____________ Every poet's a politician



l Welcome to Capitalism again and again

We suffer the sickness of Isms

each ism_fication makes us sick. what separates us __ what separates "them" & "us"
we who are is who 'they' are

Yer wall
their wall
city wall
city hall
state wall
Capital wall
LabOUr wall
man & woman wall
young old
its an infinite
series of dualism
capital comes again again to turn your work into someone else's loss. yer labour is stolen from you the wage's the pay off , the pay off profit heeling under the millions excluded...
____________________the machine recreates
Wall keeps In
Prevents Entry
Cuts some off
Blocks others in
wall is a ball crushing other under
"walls are no damn good wherever they are...."

from Uprising Radio (see link below)

The Failure of Capitalism After the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Published 10 Nov 2009, 10:54 am
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berlin wallYesterday marked the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, symbolizing the end of Communist power in 1989 and the beginning of a reunification of Germany. ...

Yesterday’s anniversary was marked with world leaders participating in ceremonies and thousands of Berliners and tourists flocking to the streets of the city. ...

But in the context of today’s global recession, what can be said about the promise of capitalism?

And, what about walls that exist today, such as the US-Mexico border, and the so-called Separation wall in the Palestinian territories?

GUEST: Victor Grossman, American journalist and author, is a resident of East Berlin for many years. He is the author of Crossing the River: A Memoir of the American Left, the Cold War, and Life in East Germany


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