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I whispered: memory hurts wherever you touch it.


— George Seferis



MARCH 27

KARL MANNHEIM
Lukacsian theorist of the sociology of knowledge.


Ancient Rome: LIBERALIA, the festival of the Vegetation God, Liber Pater, which in the third century B.C. exploded into the wild nocturnal orgies of the Bacchanalia, later suppressed by the state.

Egypt: SMELL THE BREEZES DAY. Traditionally a time for picnics. In the morning, smell a cut onion, get dressed up & head for a picnic in the country.

AFRICAN LIBERATION DAY.

Mason City, Iowa: ROSA'S CANTINA DAY.

LAZY MOOCHER'S DAY.





922 -- Execution of Abu al-Mughith-al-Husayn ibn Mansur al-Hallaj.


Old Coots Made Young at DisneyWorld
1513 -- New Old World: Pedophilia?: Ponce de Leon reaches Florida looking for fountain of youths.


1599 -- Earl of Essex sent to put down a rebellion in Ireland.


1797 -- Alfred de Vigny (1797-1863) lives. French poet/playwright/novelist, gave up a military career for poetry. Friend of Victor Hugo & his circle.
http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/devigny.htm


1814 -- Massacre of Tohopeka (Horseshoe Band). Beloved & Respected Comrade Leader General Andrew Jackson overwhelms Creek forces. To count the dead, whites cut off their noses — piling 557 of them — & skin bodies to tan hides for souvenirs. What Ayn Rand, for one, will justify as "bringing them civilization."


1871 -- Heinrich Mann (1871-1950) lives, Lübeck. German writer, brother of Thomas Mann.

Attacks on militarism, nationalism & the authoritarian social structure of German society led to his exile in 1933 to the United States. Studied bookbinding & tried also a career as an artist. His best known novel Professor Unrat, a story of a professor destroyed by his passion to be a night-club singer, has been filmed many times, but best known version is Der Blaue Engel (The Blue Angel), directed by Joseph Von Sternberg, featuring Marlene Dietrich.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heinrich_Mann
http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/hmann.htm


1873 -- US: Major W.H. Brown's troops attack Tonto Apache camp at Turret Butte, Arizona.


1892 -- France: Bomb explodes, partly destroying the building where the Paris prosecutor lives. François Ravachol set it off, in revenge for trying & sentencing of the anarchists Descamps, Dardare & Léveillé (August 28, 1891).


1893 -- Hungary: Social theorist Karl Mannheim lives, Budapest.


1898 -- Emma Goldman, anarchist feministUS: Red Emma Goldman lectures in Cincinnati to a large meeting of the Ohio Liberal Society.

Brady complains about their separation; she responds by asserting her need for freedom.




1909 -- US: Wally Nelson, tax-resistor & non-violent activist, lives, in Arkansas. Massachusetts farmer & conscientious objector (CO) who has refused income tax payments for over 50 years.


1910 -- Ai Qing, poet, lives, Jinhua, China. Advocate of the doctrines of Mao Zedong. Selected Poems of Ai Qing is published in 1982.


1912 -- Canada: Start of 8-month Fraser River Strike by IWW (Industrial Workers of the World) railroad construction workers, British Columbia.
http://web.archive.org/ ... infoshop.org/texts/iww.html


1912 -- US: First Japanese cherry blossom trees planted in Washington DC.


1912 -- Canada: Unable to further tolerate the unbearable living conditions in the Canadian Northern Railway work camps, the 8,000 "dynos & dirthands" walk out.

"Are you eye wobble wobble?"

anarchist diamond dingbat

The strike extended over 400 miles of territory, but the IWW established a "1,000-mile picket line" as Wobs picketed employment offices in Vancouver, Seattle, Tacoma, San Francisco, & Minneapolis to halt recruitment of scabs. August, 1912 they were joined by 3,000 construction workers on the Grand Trunk Pacific in BC & Alberta.

(According to legend) CN strike also spawned the nickname "Wobbly." A Chinese restaurant keeper who fed strikers reputedly mispronounced "IWW" in asking customers "Are you eye wobble wobble?" & the name stuck.

"Scab on the job"

"Scab on the job" tactic is created, by sending convert Wobs into scab camps to bring the workers out on strike.

Source: A Brief History of the IWW outside the US (1905-1999) by Morgan Miller




1917 -- US: Toothless In Seattle? The Seattle Metropolitans become the first US hockey team to win the Stanley Cup, defeating the Montreal Canadiens, 600-1, more or less. Pucker Up.


1920 -- anarchist diamond dingbat; new entry, remove 2008Italy: The metal workers' union (F.I.O.M) in Turin begins a General Strike. The Turin anarchist newspaper L'Ordine Nuovo publishes a proclamation, "Pour le congrès des conseils d'usine. Aux ouvriers et paysans d'Italie," signed by the libertarian group of Turin, including the strike organizers & militant Councilists Pietro Ferrero (assassinated by the fascists in 1922) & Maurizio Garino. On April 14, the authorities intervene with an extreme rigor to break the strike (which continues until April 23). Arrests en masse occur, which include Garino.
http://www.ephemanar.net/octobre31.html#garino


1923 -- American poet Louis Simpson lives, Jamaica. Won the 1963 Pulitzer Prize for At the End of the Open Road.
http://www.pulitzer.org/awards/1964


1923 -- We commemorate the passing on this day of James Dewar, inventor of the thermos flask.
Source: [Calendar Riots]


1923 -- Italy:
anarchist diamond Pier Carlo Masini lives (1923-1998). Grand historien de l’anarchisme, militant libertaire lui-même surtout pendant les années 1940 et 1950.
http://www.carnesecchi.eu/note2pagina27.htm


1924 -- Legendary American jazz vocalist Sarah Vaughn lives.

Daily Bleed Patron Saint, 2004, SARAH VAUGHN
"Divine Sassie," the legendary jazz vocalist.




1928 -- D.H. Lawrence, writing to Aldous Huxley, calls Arnold Bennett "a pig in clover." Exactly three years later, in 1931, Bennett dies of typhoid at 64, after drinking water in a Paris hotel to prove to companions that it is safe. The next night Virginia Woolf notes in her diary:

"Queer how one regrets the dispersal of anybody...who had direct contact with life — for he abused me; & yet I rather wished him to go on abusing me; & me abusing him."




1931 -- Uruguay: In Montevideo, the celebrated Argentinean anarchist expropriator, Miguel Arcángel Roscigno (or Roscigna)born Roscigna; Miguel Arcángel Rocigno, is arrested & disappeared.

Célèbre expropriateur



Roscigno, anarchist Argentinean expropriator who, after being a wrought iron craftsman, went from anarcho-syndicalism to violent action to finance propaganda & to help prisoners escape. Captured & turned over to Argentinean police, he is never seen again.

Further details / context, click here[Details / context]

See Osvaldo Bayer, Les anarchistes expropriateurs, & the film by Virginia Martínez: Acratas: les anarchistes expropriateurs du Rio de la Plata; disponible en français grâce à Eric Jarry et à la traduction de Françoise Thanas.

Le 27 mars 1931, à Montevideo, arrestation de Miguel Arcangel ROSCIGNO dit ROSCIGNA, célèbre anarchiste expropriateur argentin. Il naît à Buenos-Aires en 1891, dans une famille d'émigrés italien. En 1909, il s'intèresse aux idées anarchistes puis lors de la "Semaine sanglante de Buenos-Aires" il fait la connaissance des frères Moretti (Antonio et Vicente) militant actifs avec qui il va militer. Ouvrier ferronnier d'art, il travaille notamment à la réalisation du "Passage Barolo" à Buenos-Aires. Membre actif du "Comité Sacco et Vanzetti," puis secrétaire du Comité de défense des prisonniers et déportés, il ira jusqu'à se faire embaucher, en 1924, comme maton au bagne d'Ushuaia pour tenter de faire libérer Simón Radowitzky, mais dénoncé par un communiste, il est révoqué. Il met alors le feu à la maison du directeur avant de disparaître. Pourchassé par la police et les membres de la ligue patriotique, il passe du militantisme anarcho-syndicaliste à l'action violente et expropriatrice. En janvier 1926, il prend part aux côtés de Durruti, Ascaso et Jover au braquage de la banque de San Martin; 64 mille pesos sont raflés, ils permettront de financer la propagande et d'aider les compagnons emprisonnés et leurs familles. Le 1er octobre 1927, Roscigna en compagnie d'Andrès Vasquez Paredes, Vicente et Antonio Moretti effectue une nouvelle "expropriation" à l'hôpital Rawson de Buenos-Aires qui leur rapporte un butin impressionnant de 141 000 pesos. Un policier est abattu, mais ils réussissent à semer la police argentine en se réfugiant en Uruguay. L'argent servira pour la solidarité mais aussi à financer une entreprise de fausse monnaie, grâce aux talents de l'anarchiste allemand Erwin Polke. Après l'arrestation des "expropriateurs" le 9 novembre 1928, il retourne en Argentine où il effectue de nouveaux braquages, notamment en octobre 1929, à Palermo avec Severino Di Giovanni, l'argent servira alors à financer la spectaculaire évasion de la prison Punta Carretas à Montevideo, le 18 mars 1931. Mais Miguel Roscigna et Vicente Moretti, seront arrêtés le 27 mars par le 4e régiment de cavalerie. Ils sont en fait reconnus par hasard par un ancien taulard qui les dénonce pour toucher la prime. Dans le même temps sont arrêtés Andrès Vasquez Paredes, Fernando Malvicini et José Manuel Paz. Torturés par le commissaire Luis Pardeiro, ils seront ensuite condamnés à 6 ans de prison en Uruguay. En décembre 1936, Roscigna, Paredes et Malvicini sont libérés, puis arrêtés à nouveau. Un juge les remet en liberté, ce qui permet à la police argentine de s'en emparer, elle les sequestrera dans une cave du commissariat d'Avellaneda avant de les assassiner. On ne retrouvera jamais leurs corps ("méthode" qui se généralisera sous la dictature militaire). José Manuel PAZ, quant à lui, sera transféré à Cordoba en Argentine, d'où il s'évadera d'un commissariat grâce à l'intervention d'un groupe d'anarchistes armés. Lire à ce sujet le livre d'Osvaldo BAYER, "Les anarchistes expropriateurs," et voir le film de Virginia Martínez : Acratas: les anarchistes expropriateurs du Rio de la Plata; disponible en français grâce à Eric Jarry et à la traduction de Françoise Thanas. Membre actif du "Comité Sacco et Vanzetti," puis secrétaire du Comité de défense des prisonniers et déportés, il ira jusqu'à se faire embaucher, en 1924, comme maton au bagne d'Ushuaia pour tenter de faire libérer Simón Radowitzky, mais dénoncé par un communiste, il est révoqué. Il met alors le feu à la maison du directeur avant de disparaître. Pourchassé par la police et les membres de la ligue patriotique, il passe du militantisme anarcho-syndicaliste à l'action violente et expropriatrice. En janvier 1926, il prend part aux côtés de Durruti, Ascaso et Jover au braquage de la banque de San Martin; 64 mille pesos sont raflés, ils permettront de financer la propagande et d'aider les compagnons emprisonnés et leurs familles. Le 1er octobre 1927, Roscigna en compagnie d'Andrès Vasquez Paredes, Vicente et Antonio Moretti effectue une nouvelle "expropriation" Severino Di Giovanni, l'argent servira alors à financer la spectaculaire évasion de la prison Punta Carretas à Montevideo, le 18 mars 1931. Mais Miguel Roscigna et Vicente Moretti, seront arrêtés le 27 mars par le 4e régiment de cavalerie. Ils sont en fait reconnus par hasard par un ancien taulard qui les dénonce pour toucher la prime. Dans le même temps sont arrêtés Andrès Vasquez Paredes, Fernando Malvicini et José Manuel Paz. Torturés par le commissaire Luis Pardeiro, ils seront ensuite condamnés à 6 ans de prison en Uruguay. En décembre 1936, Roscigna, Paredes et Malvicini sont libérés, puis arrêtés à nouveau. Un juge les remet en liberté, ce qui permet à la police argentine de s'en emparer, elle les sequestrera dans une cave du commissariat d'Avellaneda avant de les assassiner. On ne retrouvera jamais leurs corps ("méthode" qui se généralisera sous la dictature militaire). José Manuel PAZ, quant à lui, sera transféré à Cordoba en Argentine, d'où il s'évadera d'un commissariat grâce à l'intervention d'un groupe d'anarchistes armés.


1933 -- US: Some 55,000 people stage a protest against Hitler in New York.


1938 -- anarchiste diamond dingbat; anarquistaArnaldo Simões Janário (1897-1938) dies in the Tarrafal (Cap Verde) prison camp. Portuguese anarcho-syndicalist militant, member of "União Anarquista Portuguesa".
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America! Love it or Leave it!
1942 -- US: The Army issues Public Proclamation No. 4 prohibiting the changing of residence for all in Military Area No. 1, effectively ending the "voluntary evacuation."
Seeing the unworkability of his plan to allow Japanese-Americans to leave the Pacific Coast of "their own accord" (most Nisei were turned back at whatever state line they happened to reach, or were attacked by hostile mobs once they did manage to find a new home.) Lt. General John DeWitt ended the voluntary policy (see 2 March). Two days later, a more "practical" policy, forced evacuation & internment, officially took effect.

http://www.janm.org/nrc/resources.php




1951 -- Iran: Mossadeq nationalizes Anglo-Iranian Oil Company.



Sam Spade
1953 -- US: The State Department bans Dashiell [DASH-ell] Hammett's novels from its overseas libraries.

This year, Senator Joseph McCarthy sent his boys, Roy Cohn & David Schine, on a tour of US libraries in Europe to ferret out so-called subversive books. McCarthy's boys found 300 Hammett detective stories. Questioned by Cohn in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee, Hammett would not say whether he was a Communist, when he wrote the books, nor whether royalties ended up in party coffers. Hammett bamboozled the Committee with these ambiguous words,



"If I were fighting Communism, I don't think I would do it by giving people any books at all."

http://www.mysterynet.com/hammett/
http://www.thrillingdetective.com/eyes2.html




1959 --

Playground

SI dingbat Netherlands: During this month the Dutch section of the Internationale Situationniste adopts a Resolution Against the Renovation of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange — a renovation called for by the dominant opinion in the artworld — proposing instead,

'the demolition of the Stock Exchange & the redevelopment of the land as a playground for the area's population [...] the center of Amsterdam is not a museum, but a place inhabited by living beings.'



Also during this month Guy Debord is interviewed on Belgian radio, speaking at length on industrial painting.
[Exact dates not given —ed.]

http://www.cddc.vt.edu/sionline/chronology/chronology.html | [Situationist Resources]



1962 -- Good Friday psilocybin experiment.


1964 -- US: A magnitude 8.3 (Richter) earthquake flattens Anchorage, Alaska. Some 30 blocks of residential & commercial buildings are destroyed in the city, & 131 die (most victims of a tidal wave generated by the quake). One of the largest ever recorded, the quake is felt as far away as Seattle.


1966 -- South Vietnam: 20,000 Buddhists in silent march for peace, Hue.



Ballroom Dancing
1967 -- A riot breaks out at a Rolling Stones concert in Halsinborg, Sweden. Five days later, 154 fans are arrested in another riot at a Stones concert in Vienna, Austria. & then three weeks later, another riot breaks out at a Stones concert in Zurich, Switzerland.



1967 -- US: Local 225 organizes Hudson Transit Lines in New Jersey.
[Source]


1968 -- Colonel Yuri Gagarin killed in a crash of his jet trainer — the cosmonaut who piloted Vostok 1 as the first man in space.


1968 -- Little Willie John, 31, dies of a heart attack in Walla Walla (Washington) Penitentiary. A teenage R&B singer in the gospel-influenced mold of James Brown, Sam Cooke & Jackie Wilson before going to jail for killing a man in a Seattle street fight in 1961.


1969 -- US: The first Chicano Youth Liberation Conference in history is held by the Crusade for Justice.

During the week-long conference, the poet known as Alurista (Alberto Baltazar Urista) presents his poem on the myth of Aztlán, which captures the imagination of the conference by defining a symbolic Chicano homeland within the borders of the United States.

The conference celebrates its delegates' cultural identity as the 'nation of Aztlan' & organises the Brown Berets (for community self-defence).




1969 -- Bo Diddley opens at Winterland, Frisco.


Ooops...fire
1970 -- US: Alice Herez dies after immolating herself on 16 March to protest the Vietnam War.



Allen ginsberg with
1971 -- NY radio station WNBC bans the song "One Toke Over the Line" by Brewer & Shipley for alleged drug references. Other stations around the country follow suit. The composer of the tune, Tom Shipley, responds,

"In this electronic age, pulling a record because of its lyrics is like the burning of books in the Thirties."

http://www.hempology.ca/




1971 --

Today Heberto Padilla, the renowned Cuban poet & former editor of "Granma" (fired for favorable comments on the work of Guillermo Cabrera Infante [a Daily Bleed patron Saint]), is jailed for 37 days.

He is also denied work for a year.

His case aroused a world-wide storm of protest by prominent pro-Castro & other intellectuals & writers.

Dumont, in true Stalinist fashion, confesses he was guilty of adopting "counter-revolutionary" attitudes & in his own words, "... providing information to CIA agents like myself & K.S. Karol (p. 120ff.; Karol is a friendly critic of Castro & author of Guerillas in Power, & like Dumont invited to visit Cuba by Castro).


— Sam Dolfoff, The Cuban Revolution

Out of the Game

The poet, get rid of him
He has nothing to do around here
He does not play the game
lacks enthusiasm
He does not make his message clear
does not even notice the miracles.
He spends the whole day thinking
always finds something to object to
That fellow, get rid of him
Remove the party pooper
the summer malcontent
who wears dark glasses in the new dawn
of time without history
He is even out of date
He likes only the old Louis Armstrong
Humming, at most, a song of Pete Seeger
He sings 'Guantanamera' through clenched teeth
No one can make him talk
No one can make him smile
each time the spectacle begins...




1972 -- US: Soledad Brothers acquitted.


1975 -- US: Christ's body found in Detroit! — by the Fifth Estate newspaper staff on Easter Day.

Darwin Fish on wheels

This possibly explains this paper's longevity, as it continues to publish to this day (2013).

The oldest survivor of the hundreds of underground papers started nationwide in the 1960s is Detroit's Fifth Estate.

The FE was founded by Harvey Ovshinsky, now an award-winning TV producer, in November 1965.

While the vast majority of alternative papers died or became mainstream, the FE got more radical through the years.

In its 35th anniversary issue, the paper describes itself as the longest-running English-language anarchist journal in US history. The issue carries stories about protests against global capitalism, mental hospitals, radical sexuality, utopias, the myths of the democratic process & a review of Detroit's anarchist band, The Layabouts.


http://www.peterwerbe.com/estate.htm
http://www.ex-premie.org/pages/fifthestate.htm



1977 -- Worst accident in aviation history occurs when a Pan Am 747 collided with a KLM 747 on a runway in Tenerife in the Canary Islands, resulting in about 580 deaths.


1977 -- anarchist diamond dingbat; new entry, remove 2008Spain: In Madrid, concretamente en la Plaza de Toros de San Sebastián de los Reyes, la CNT organiza un mitin que alberga a más de 25,000 personas.
http://www.alasbarricadas.org/ateneovirtual/index.php?title=27_de_marzo


1980 -- A leg of the North Sea oil drilling platform Alexander L. Keilland breaks off during a storm, causing the platform to capsize; 123 die.


Mount St Helens
1980 -- US: Mount St Helens in Washington State becomes active after 123 years of just laying about.



Stan Iverson, self-sketch
1985 -- US: Benefit for anarchist Stan Iverson (1927-1985), at Seattle's a.k.a. Used Books in the University District. One of many fund raising efforts to aid Stan in his fight against cancer.
http://recollectionbooks.com/siml/stan/IversonBenefits.jpg



1986 -- US: Welfare Bums? US Senate approves 100 million for rightwing Nicaraguan contras while cutting domestic programs, slashing welfare programs. 2/3 of the global military spending is by the Americans who, ostensibly, have no enemies after the end of the American Cold War. The Gas-Oil-Pentagon junta running the White House soon scare up new bogeymen.



Charles Willeford reading a book; source dennismcmillan.com
1988 -- Charles Willeford dies. Novelist, poet.

1947, Five poems published in Outcast Poets, published by Alicat Bookshop Press; 1947-49, Kyushu, Japan. Runs Army of Occupation radio station WLKH; 1948, Proletarian Laughter published by Alicat Bookshop Press; 1974, Film version of Cockfighter produced & released; Willeford writes the screenplay & plays the role of Ed Middleton.

3/88 Died in Miami; buried in Arlington National Cemetery.

To lose Willeford
We can ill afford.

"He was born with a gift of laughter & a sense that the world is mad."


— Rafael Sabatini
http://web.archive.org...dennismcmillan.com/charleswillefo/




1988 -- Israel: Mordechai Vanunu jailed 18 years for disclosing Israeli nuclear weapons program. He is kept incommunicado, in solitary confinement, for the next 10 years.


1993 -- Germany: A new generation of Rote Armee Fraktion activists destroys a recently completed hi-tech prison.
Source: [Calendar Riots]


1995 -- Berlin: People climb power station chimney in acid rain protest. During the Berlin Climate Conference, Greenpeace climbers occupy a chimney stack at an RWE coal-fired power station. An attempt to remove them fails. The pictures are broadcast live to the Conference.


1995 -- Sudanese government agrees to two-month cease fire in its war with rebels in southern Sudan.


1996 -- Germany: The Kleine Hamburger Strasse 5 is evicted. This follows yesterday's eviction of The Palisadenstrasse 49, & is part of a two-year government assault on the Squatter's Movement.
http://recollectionbooks.com/bleed/10ref.htm#03/1990
http://www.notbored.org/squatworld.html




Free Mumia Abu-Jamal poster
1998 -- US: Five thousand demonstrate in Washington, DC, in support of Mumia Abu-Jamal, Leonard Peltier, & other political prisoners in America.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mumia_Abu-Jamal



1999 Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair poster by Freddie Baer
1999 -- US: Fourth Annual Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair. Frisco County Fair Building, Golden Gate Park. Admission - FREE! Over 60 anarchist groups participate & over 2000 persons attend.

Artists & Speakers include:

Lawrence Ferlinghetti (now Frisco's poet laureate), Harry Britt (gay ex-supervisor), Ed Mead (member George Jackson Brigade, just released after 20 years in jail), Eli Rosenblatt (California Prison Focus), Stephen Dunnifer (Pirate Radio).





2003 -- Slovenia: 1a Fiera del libro anarchica balcanica: Incontro anarchico internazionale, in Lubiana, Marzo 27-30.
[Details / context]


2004 -- England: British anarchist pacifist & militant Tony Smythe dies, age 65. Anti-nuclear activist, director of MEDACT (Medical Campaign for Global Security).


2006 -- Stanislaw Lem dies this morning... Author best known for his satire, humor, & irreverent reflections of society.

Polish satirical/philosophical science fiction writer, & critic whose novel Solaris (1961) is among the classic science fiction novels of the 1960s; it was filmed by Andrei Tarkovsky in 1971. Lem's books have been translated into some 30 languages.

Also wrote The Cyberiad: Fables for the Cybernetic Age; The Futurological Congress among many others.

Lem Series character: Ijon Tichy, time traveler who appeared among others in the short story collections (The Star Diaries etc.)

FURTHER READING: New Worlds for Old by David Ketterer (1974); Stanislaw Lem by Richard E. Ziegfeld (1985) in Science Fiction Studies, vol. 13.





3000 --




ICHOR

n. A fluid that serves the gods & goddesses in place of blood.

Fair Venus, speared by Diomed,
Restrained the raging chief & said:
"Behold, rash mortal, whom you've bled —
Your soul's stained white with ichorshed!"

— Mary Doke, from Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary




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