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-"No more heroes to follow, The definition of a hero is someone Who gets other people killed And no one person can Even pretend, or become Against their will, the interpreter, of This anarchy,"

-"that the most urgent expression of freedom is the destruction of idols, especially when they claim to represent freedom"

-"During this period the SI began having more and more influence on local university students in France. Taking advantage of the apathy of their colleagues, five "Pro-situs", situationist-influenced students, infiltrated the University of Strasbourg's student union in November 1966 and began scandalising the authorities.[39][40] Their first action was to form an "anarchist appreciation society" called The Society for the Rehabilitation for Karl Marx and Ravachol" from wikipedia.

-"The first edition of Internationale Situationniste defines the constructed situation as "a moment of life concretely and deliberately constructed by the collective organization of a unitary ambiance and a game of events."

As the SI embraced dialectical Marxism, the situation came to refer less to a specific avant-garde practice than to the dialectical unification of art and life more generally. Beyond this theoretical definition, the situation as a practical manifestation thus slipped between a series of proposals. The SI thus were first led to distinguish the situation from the mere artistic practice of the happening, and later identified it in historical events such as the Paris Commune in which it exhibited itself as the revolutionary moment."

-"All space is occupied by the enemy. We are living under a permanent curfew. Not just the cops – the geometry"

-" a capitalist society the wealth is degraded to an immense accumulation of commodities"

-"the impoverishment in the quality of life,[26][69] our psychic functions are altered, we get a degradation of mind and also a degradation of knowledge.[89] In the spectacular society, knowledge is not used anymore to question, analyze, or resolve contradictions, but to assuage reality."


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Russian term
Translit samizdat
English self-publishing

Samizdat (Russian: самизда́т; IPA: [səmɨzˈdat]) was a key form of dissident activity across the Soviet bloc in which individuals reproduced censored publications by hand and passed the documents from reader to reader. This grassroots practice to evade officially imposed censorship was fraught with danger as harsh punishments were meted out to people caught possessing or copying censored materials.

Vladimir Bukovsky defined it as follows: "(...) I myself create it, edit it, censor it, publish it, distribute it, and ... get imprisoned for it. (...)"[1]