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(en) alas barricadas: nnouncement of Alan Moore after voting regarding the Labor defeat in the December elections - Note from Amalia (ca)

Date Wed, 1 Jan 2020 09:12:09 +0200

Anarchist comrade Alan Moore, author of comics like Watchmen, asked for the vote for Labor in the December elections. ---- Moore has been treated on the web of wings barricaded several times, for example here and here . ---- After the horrible result achieved by the Labor, Moore makes a self-criticism: ---- An anarchist should never ask for the vote of fear. ---- "There is something you do not see every day, and it is an anarchist who is against the internet and convinced that the leaders lead us to destruction, apologize for having requested the vote for Labor in the December elections. ---- Alan Moore, going to vote ---- I don't know what I would be thinking. The drugs. Poor digestion A virus. I'm sorry, really sorry. He should have known that the fact that an anarchist asks for the vote for a politician can only bring bad consequences. My call made dozens of anarchists cast their vote for the Labor Party, and precisely at all those polling stations, they have had the worst defeat since the Falkland War. I know, I know. I have rushed into the abyss for Labor for at least two decades, and I can only conclude that I have given them what in Andalusia is calledMal Fario. I have to conclude that I am an ash, a badge as there is no other to the north of Despeñaperros, which has opened the way to the worst politicians one can find in a department store such as El Corte Inglés. I have only voted twice in my life, and I have convinced myself after seeing the results, that it is better that from now on I do not leave home on an election day. Boris Johnson has won, valid Doctor Manhattan.

My vote wasagainst the conservatives more than in favor of the Labor, despite its exciting program, in which so many promises were made to us every day. The sun was not rising in London, when it rises, without the Labor program increasing more and more, with interesting proposals to end climate change and the horrible English cuisine. None of that will materialize, and we will have to see how our children and grandchildren swim like famished polar bears through the waters of the Antarctic Ocean in the direction of the Great Plastic Island, eating the filthy kidney cake with jam.

If my work has meant something to you over the years, if the way in which modernity advances makes you fear for all the things that you value, then in the next elections do not vote ..., or better yet I ask that vote for the conservatives, to convey misfortune and sink into the abyss. Have your voice heard with a vote in favor of this ruthless trampling of security, dignity and dreams of all, because remember that if an anarchist votes for something, guaranteed defeat for that party!

A world we love has us. Sister Night, Looking Glass, Red Scare, Pirate Jenny ..., count on us.

Alan Moore


December 28, 2019

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