For a few years now I have been in love with the works, minds, and every things of some folks out in blog land. Folks I have never met but folks that I feel very close to for what ever reasons. I came across a posting today on Rv’s facebook page, you know the page that there are 5 friends listed and that Rv uses to keep up with articles that are sent around.
Then comes in inspiration, fresh breezes from across the country, in the form of a wonderful interview between Addie Tinnell and Gaga Stigmata. The interview ::++Stigmata Dreams++::Bled Threads-Addie Tinnell is a must read. Addie has long been one of our favorite artists in our many reincarnations in blog land and we are so happy that we have made her acquaintances again.
The interview opens this way:
Addie Tinnell: Anarchism as a philosophy and practice is entirely dependent on fashion- nothing about it is outside of fashion. Anarchism differs from Marxism in that it emphasizes the process by which change will happen. Therefore, each anarchist act is an expression of the politic versus Marxism which is programmatic in its approach to change, and emphasizes the ends over the means. So the big question is, how do you as an anarchist share your ideas about an egalitarian world with another person? You can try to argue with them, but they probably won’t listen, or you can demonstrate it for yourself, on your body and in your actions, and try to create resonance.