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 We Are Everywhere!

The Autonomous Roots of the Real Democracy Movement (RDM)

Jérôme E. Roos and Leonidas Oikonomakis



The years since 2011 have witnessed the (re-)birth of a global cycle of struggles around the issue of democracy. With the representative institutions of liberal democracy in crisis, social movements appear to be increasingly moving away from claims-based and state-oriented contention towards a global project of autonomy. Continue reading


Act Five

Chapter forty six

Chained to Wainy

-´free the child in your head´-




  ‘Finally they’re not letting anyone out at all. It’s not just your friend.’- said Bruno to Damo, with a glance and a shrug at Macker’s support group. Continue reading

15M take the Streets


Act Five Chapter 45


-‘Quick quick disguise me girls. The punky wig, the hat!’-

Barney narrating

           -’Next stop Riverbank Park. Buses to the center stop here. Passengers for Ragwort Pool, the path across the park is now cleared through the next gate down.’-

This is our stop already. The bus hisses to a halt, next to the dark ruined park. Lucy is worried again, she wants to go into town and pick up Duna and Lila, while I will take the short cut, through the park and across the little river, and be home with Moonbeam in just ten minutes!

Me and Lucy don’t suffer from premonitions, unfortunately. Maybe we are just too newly in love, to worry about falling into a trap. We’d gone all starry eyed and smoochy, giggling under Christy’s sheet in the back of the bus. Continue reading


  Act Five 

Chapter forty four


The Ultimatum

-’Have you ever heard of Shari Paba?’-


        -’Hey, hey Tessa, leave my friend in peace.’- said Duna. -’You found us finally now just forget it.’-

        -’Your friend! This useless pile of pus and pigshit!’- She was pointing at the disheveled Damo. -’How could you choose this for your friend!?’-

        -’Shut your fat mouth you stupid… .’- Continue reading

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Chapter Forty Three

Clanners Way

‘It was snowing red rose petals in Foxford Bridge’

Lucia and Barney narrating

‘Look Lucy look!’-


Me and Barney had lucked out. I never met Christy Peters but I loved his pad, he was Clan Orca, like a lot of mariners, and merchants. They still used money for trade, though not in their personal lives. Continue reading



Act 4 Chapter 41

aALove is All you Need

-‘Oh Lulu Lululu.’- Barney gurgled, urgently.’-

Barney narrating

            -’Let’s go. Let’s go. Let’s go and find them now!’-

            In less than an hour we had cleaned up Maggie’s Kitchen, prepared our picnics, fed all the animals and were all out the door with our bags on our backs. Leaving the neighbours having an assembly.

            It was a mistake to all rush off, we needed someone at home working with the phone and computer. It was my fault, I was all shook up. I think I was anguished and elated at the same time. Continue reading


Act Four  Chapter forty

Maxie phones home

-’Run for your life missus. The monsters are in the village.’-

Barney narrating

            That covered terrace wasn’t the best place for a meeting, they’d closed the shutters up, but the rain was rattling the roof. The lightning had passed however and we’d put the lights back on.

They had the TV on loud and everyone was sucked into the invasion reports, as we all filed in, with Moonie and Josie, and the yunkers still in their towels.

          -’Oh my god they’re going to kill them!’- Continue reading

treehouse resists .Zad =ct 2012*********************

Act Four

Chapter thirty nine

Adventure Way

-’ I’m 13, I hardly shave, and pus squirts out my spots…’-

         -‘Hello Tessa this is Pardy.. Hello Tessa.. Are you awake at all’-

Tessa was awake all right, had slept really short and really badly. Oh so romantic, under the stars with Paco, who was already asleep before he even lay down, leaving her to battle with tiger mosquitoes, inside the useless net! Continue reading


Act Four

Chapter thirty seven

Maxie’s fall

-‘I settled down to spend the long day crying.’-

Maxie narrating

             I woke with a throbbing headache. It was day, but still dark and gloomy. A bullet or bit of metal had grazed my left arm, causing a cut, that’s all. If it had passed a bit deeper, they told me later, I’d have bled to death. And I didn’t even know I’d been hit! Continue reading

reclaim the fields******************

Chapter thirty six

The Ice Queen

-’All nature was just.. wiped out?’

Barney narrating

                ‘Uncle Barney. Uncle Barney, can I take a baby rabbit home?’- asked Josie, holding up a terrified bunny by the scruff of its neck. Continue reading

The Free 1990****************

Act Four

Chapter thirty five

 On Broken Tree Hill

-’I was turning into a powerful switched-on woman.’-

Maxie narrating

-’Slow down Maxie, Maxie wait for me.’-

Freewheeling, bicycles clattering, skirting bumps and ruts. Me and Macker raced down the steep, narrow, twisting lane.

Totally awake. Zooming downhill between high hedges. Continue reading

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Act Three Chapter  thirty four

Up the Cable Railway

-’subvert them, seduce them, bamboozle them! -

Barney narrating

  -’Good luck to you Mister Barney sir, goodbye now sir.’-

   The bus was really getting there on time. Continue reading


Act Three

Chapter thirty three


-’Waves of happiness were splashing off her’-

Maxie narrating

             I was living on my nerves, sleeping little and always working, not to think about how they murdered my best friend. Continue reading

fall of capitalism***********

Act Three  Chapter thirty two

Smash the Prison Gates

-‘Also I’m thinking Maxie wants to suicide..’-

Barney narrating

            If I live long enough I can tell my grandkids I missed the Revolution because I was at home babysitting Moonbeam.

As if a revolution happens just like that. But it was a watershed, the army being openly humiliated instead of destroying our goods depots, and the soldiers coming over that evening.

Because all the police began to follow suit, country stations were already allied with us, now more were publicly declaring for the Pools Federation.                  ref 8.Collapse of Capitalism Continue reading

terror *****************

Act 3  Chapter 31

Dinner at The Grand

-‘You’re a spy, man. Admit it.’-

            Peter Kennedy was worried and walking fast, head down, through the back streets to avoid the marchers, strikers and rioters, who thronged the city center

-’I’ve lived to see Revolution Day!’- he thought.

            Glancing back furtively at the Special Police, two on foot and two in a car, who were watching his every move from an obvious distance..

Before it had been easy, now it was dead risky, and he had urgent information to send. There would be a new attack on the docks by the Commandos that night. Twice he had almost been caught using the little cellphone. Continue reading


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