[D-G] La irradiacion pornographica del neozapatismo

Mike Lansing badger2 at mail2world.com
Fri Dec 29 14:04:07 PST 2017

Penetration of the theologian includes the Creek story of the "Veiled
Lady" as published by the ethnographer Tuggle in Alabama, this veil
being symbolic pornography of the white theologian's black concubine
which is reminiscent of the veil of pornography that is mentioned in
Beyond the Balaclavas of South East Mexico. This is also supposed to be
a Guattari list, so the object of the French institutional left,
mentioned in Beyond the Balaclavas of South East Mexico, link to
Guattari's statement that the object of the institution is not an
object at all, but space, whilst the shadow of the phallic object
penetrates space for the colonization of religious pathologies to come.

<-----Original Message-----> 
>From: Johnatan Petterson [internet.petterson at gmail.com]
>Sent: 12/28/2017 5:50:48 PM
>To: deleuze-guattari at lists.driftline.org
>Subject: Re: [D-G] La irradiacion pornographica del neozapatismo
>i don't understand. this is a deleuze guattari list.
>we relate to what you advance about the Creeks lands,
>but you mention 'grammatology' which is French Philosophy.
>anyway, could we say that the Creeks had no revelation in the Spinozist
>revelation means contact with Heaven.
>so i think if Heaven wanted the Creeks to be instructed of Heavenly
>it sent its angels to the Creeks.
>I have been to Navajo and Hopi Land, and found it unfortunate.
>I have been in a Holy place where Chiefs drink peyote.
>The angels of Peyote ill advised the Navajo/Dine [apparently].
>the Creeks "interpreted" but had not the revelation about slavery,
>they would have not been enslaved by the McDonalds and the Kentucky
>Revelation can be explained in Whitehaed 'event spread' way.
>2017-12-28 23:26 GMT+01:00 Mike Lansing <badger2 at mail2world.com>:
>> The EZLN's agreement with the French institutional left becomes
>> problematic when noting, as Guattari has stated, that "The object of
>> the institution isn't an object at all. It is space."
>> 'Many Indian cadres of the EZLN were recruited in this manner
>> their
>> local involvement in the religious communities and peasant
>> organisations.
>> Furthermore, their political reasoning is impregnated with the
>> simplistic
>> principles of liberation theology.'
>> (Beyond the Balaclavas of South East Mexico)
>> ' " The sign and the divinity have the same place and the same time
>> birth.
>> The age of the sign is essentially theological. It will perhaps never
>> (end
>> [italics]). Its historical closure is (nonetheless outlined [it.])"
>> Grammatology p. 49]. We are, by language, culture, and tradition,
>> implicated
>> with divinity, accomplice to sacralization, predestined to
>> ontotheology. It is
>> the task of deconstruction to reveal that complicity and to
>> demonstrate,
>> contrary to ontotheological assumptions and by way of marking their
>> closure,
>> that the thing we take to be irreducibly itself, originally and
>> insignificantly itself, "sol de non-signification," is always
already a
>> sign.'
>> (McKenna AJ, Violence and Difference p. 145)
>> 'Lo bello no es ni la envoltura ni el objeto en su velo. Desvelado se
>> mostraria infinitamente insignificante.'
>> (Beyond the Balaclavas of South East Mexico)
>> ''If the moment of birth of the alliance between Big Warrior and
>> Crowell is
>> cloudy, the issue that conceived it clearly emerged from the
>> controversy over
>> the right of Christian missionaries to preach in the
>> explained to Capers that the Creeks were suspicious of missionaries.
>> They had
>> two major objections: missionaries worked their children too hard in
>> agricultural and mechanical courses, which the Creeks interpreted as
>> effort
>> to make slaves of them; and missionaries wanted too much land and the
>> right to
>> maintain herds that were too large on Creek lands. As Crowell
>> predicted, Big
>> Warrior questioned Capers art length on these points.'
>> (Green MD, The Politics of Indian Removal: Creek Government and
>> in
>> Crisis, p. 63)
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