kind of a crisis of the anti-globalization movements after
Genoa and, specially, after March in Barcelona: It's become
more and more obvious that out of the big demonstrations against
the so called summits we will not get much more legitimacy
nor much more antagonistic force than the one we've got till
now. All our counter-summits will keep being considered under
the "violent-people-meeting" category or the aseptical
plastic bag of the "civic-ludic festivals".
Barcelona give a clear idea of what each of these models
could bring about respectively.
Quite clearly the bigger effectivity of these
demonstrations was the based upon the combined effect of direct
action and civil disobedience supported by big masses of people.
And obviously the weakest side came out of the necessary dependency
for our calendar and agenda of their summits.
SCCPP is a propossal for a format
of action that gets together the nicest forces we've been
able to start and that puts them to work precisely there where
we can be stronger and more pervasive, in that place most
alike to our own terrain: our everyday life.
And not because we believe this everyday life
is a kind of oasis where capitalism does not intervene, but
right the contrary: because it seems clear that it's just
there where it grows and gets fatter more effectively.
It's a matter of considering how capital goes
its way through our daily lives and how we can fuck it up,
while, if posible, having fun in an SCCPP moment.Perhaps some
specific areas could be isolated where SCCPP could be working:
Distribution of money under the form of merchandise, and it's
there where a trade mark like YOMANGO
of people under the form of migrants, and lets think there
of civil disobedience campaigns like mundos
that way one more way of doing social and civil disobedience
direct action that claims to be sustainable as fas as it is
joyous and viceversa.