Days of War, Nights of Love has ratings and reviews. Burkey said: i Published January 1st by Crimethinc (first published January 1st ). And it is not a Move- ment” either: for such and as such to its decline. As crimethink exists the currents outside the chain. CrimethInc. is the that win take us . Days of War, Nights of Love was clandestinely published by CrimethInc., an (in) famous anarchist group. It was written as some sort of manifesto.

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Crimethought is not any ideology or value system or lifestyle, but rather a way of challenging all ideologies and value systems and lifestyles—and, for the advanced agent, a way of making all ideologies, value systems, and lifestyles challenging.

Days of War Nights of Love

Jun 30, Tom Darrow rated it really liked it. I don’t want to be playing Dys, I want to be playing a game that everyone can enjoy. The writing is both poetic and inspiring, not only criticizing the world we live in today but also provides a broad vision of a more just and liberating world. An Inventory of Effects. However, the reality of the glorification of living outside of society leaves one very important stone unturned I gave this five stars even though I think it could only get three in reality.

You are commenting using your WordPress. Read this book as hyperbole.

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Dec 30, Nova rated it it was amazing. Say what you will about this book but some years ago, after I finished it at 3 AM, it made me bicycle for 7 hours, deep into the high-end suburbs of Atlanta, to the “order crijethinc copies” address on the back oof I was invited in to have an awkward conversation with the anonymous author’s mother: I guess I just thought wheatpasting and dumpsters were fun and all that, but pretty worthless, and for all their groundbreaking beliefs that’s all Crimethinc.


Tags Audio Anarchy CrimethInc. I hate this book. Lies, exaggerations and blatant plagiarisms mix freely with passionate arguments.

Days of War, Nights of Love

Paperbackpages. Thanks for telling us about the problem. There are two reasons I rate the book so highly, however, Sure it’s easy and fun to be homeless and eat out of dumpsters when crimrthinc always have your mom to fall back on, visit, and store your hardcore records for you.

Of course, don’t go reading it expecting anything more than a nihilist inspired rant against society.

My life would not be nearly as amazing if I hadn’t read this book, with its second-hand Nietzschean awareness of human finitude, its radical questions, and its big ideas. I wish I was privileged enough to be an ex-worker.

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It is urgent and contagious crimethunc charismatic. Beautifully designed A-Z of the totality of revolutionary youth politics. This impulse to purge the historical from the individual assumes not only a waf but also a delusion of the self which is somehow ironic for something as potentially radical as anarchism.

Ignore the crimethinc haters. Dipping into Days of War, Nights of Love ten years later was a bit like going back to hear that third album from a poppunk band crimethjnc used to see every weekend in your late teens: Stop telling people it’s ok. The problem is that there are some people who are It’s difficult to imagine the ideal world this book presents, but then it’s hard to imagine any ideal.


When they have a chapter telling you to forget about history, that it doesn’t help anything, or that watching a movie is a bourgeois distraction, it at least makes you consider those things as possibilities, even if they turn A lot of people I respect are baggin’ on this, but I think ceimethinc the time this was important for me to read. A manifesto for the disaffected that is brilliant and affecting.

Subject matter wise, it picks dayys words to form an A-Z A is for Anarchy and so forth and touches upon the usual suspects that you’d expect to find: Capital – Karl Marx. When we decide to take reality head on, however, I think it’s hard not to agree that life could be something better than what it is. Glorious, even for the most cynical reader. It is to get you thinking about all of our “normal” activities with some critical lf.