Beyond the Balaclavas of South East Mexico
By Charles Reeve, Sylvia Deneuve, and Marc Geoffrey
An anarchist critique, originally published in France in the mid-90s, of the EZLN and commercial indigenism.
"The EZLN is double-dealing the young lumpen-proletarians who make up its base. It provides them with a collective identity at a time of intense social destructuring, but channels their revolt into a military framework, thus making it controllable and negotiable in high places. The EZLN is a factor of social pacification in Chiapas today and its leaders do not hesitate to point this out. Unfortunately, in Chiapas we are far from seeing the beginnings of a transformation of social relations, let alone a subversion of capitalist relations."
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