Posts Tagged ‘Gilles Dauve’

Following up the material on Gille Dauve and negationism (1, 2, 3, also Contested Terrain), this is a text by Trop Loin, the group Dauve is now involved in, on Israel/Palestine, which I strongly recommend. Advertisements


At Contested Terrain: The French ultra-left and Holocaust negationism, noting my post on French Bordigist negationists: AGT also notes some problematic texts written by [Gilles] Dauvé (including under the pseudonym Jean Barrot), such as “Fascism/Anti-Fascism” and “The perplexities of the Middle Eastern conflict” (the latter just added to the Libcom archive), as well as Amadeo […]


, Additional materials on Gilles Dauvé, Jean Barrot, Guy Dauvé, La Vielle Taupe, Pierre Guillaume, Amadeo Bordiga, Didier Daeninckx, Not Bored and LibCom. Includes John Gray’s introduction to La Guerre Sociale‘s “La Question de l’Etat”, French wikipedia on the ultra-gauche and negationism, part of Pierre Vidal-Naquet’s A Paper Eichman, and further reading.


The US-based Situationist grouplet, Not Bored!, published a text entitled “1981: the French FBI against Coluche . . .” on December 25. The text is a translation by Not Bored’s Bill Brown of a French article by left-wing author Didier Daeninckx about Guy Dauvé, a right-wing French intelligence officer.* Guy Dauvé is the father of […]


SlackBastard anatomizes anti-fascism, anti-Germanism and antisemitism. Extract: Anti-German While drawing on various (and overwhelmingly Marxian) ideological antecedents, the ‘Anti-German’ camp really only established itself in Germany after re-unification, and as one of many responses to a more general ideological crisis on Teh Left that the outpouring of nationalist sentiment this world-historical event provoked. One of […]