This text is addressed to those who want to question “victory”, and dig a little deeper into what is at play here.
On one hand, because the end of the struggle against the airport leaves the “movement” an orphan – or even dead – and thus facing a new situation. Yet even if it is new, it will remain the legacy of these long mixed-up years of conflicts between different political tendencies, with their different objectives and means in struggle.

On the other hand, because the recent months leading up to this “historic victory” have much to tell and to contribute to a culture of struggle in general. And because we can already imagine the glorious and eternal radiance that many will give to this victory.

This text talks about internal political tensions in the occupation movement, alliances with liberal organizations and political parties, relationship to the media, reformism, revolutionary romanticism, and the situation after the airport was abandoned.

Attached documents

Document A4 (PDF – 1.7 Mb)
Document A4 booklet (PDF – 1.7 Mb)
Document Letter (PDF – 1.7 Mb)
Document Letter booklet (PDF – 1.7 Mb)
Formatted Text (PDF – 4.5 Mb)
Brut Text (Text – 113.7 kb)