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Anti-Oedipus (Deleuze & Guattari)
"What is typical is that the Israeli military does not intervene and the settlers know they are secure, they are safe."
Hass cites, for instance, an incident where 23 Israelis and Palestinians received injuries, including broken bones and bloody gashes, at the hands of settlers from Anatot, just outside Jerusalem, in the West Bank. The confrontation occurred after the Israeli activists were accompanying a Palestinian land owner, also an Israeli citizen, on a tree planting exercise.
The journalist recounts in her foreword to her mother's published diary, Diary of Bergen-Belsen, 1944-1945, that Hanna Levy-Hass became almost mute in face of the Holocaust, the failings of Israel and the decline of socialism. "All my worlds were destroyed," her mother asserted.
But Hass cannot stay quiet about what lies in her gut.
She does not feel "connected" to the whole country of Israel, even though she is not likely to move to Europe or North America to retire.
"To tell you the truth I cannot see myself living in a purely Jewish environment. I will not be able to move back to an Israel if I had to, and to live in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem....
I told my Palestinian friends, who are Israeli citizens, okay if I am kicked out of Ramallah,
I will go and live in a Palestinian neighborhood, in Israel itself."
«Expérimenter de nouveaux langages pour produire de nouvelles subjectivités, de nouvelles causes et un nouveau regard politique»
A true politics of psychiatry, or antipsychiatry, would consist
therefore in the following praxis: (1) undoing all the reterritorializations
that transform madness into mental illness; (2) liberating the schizoid
movement of deterritorialization in all the flows, in such a way that this
characteristic can no longer qualify a particular residue as a flow of
madness, but affects just as well the flows of labor and desire, of
production, knowledge, and creation in their most profound tendency.
Here, madness would no longer exist as madness, not because it would
have been transformed into "mental illness," but on the contrary because
it would receive the support of all the other flows, including science and
art—once it is said that madness is called madness and appears as such
only because it is deprived of this support, and finds itself reduced to
testifying all alone for deterritorialization as a universal process. It is
merely its unwarranted privilege, a privilege beyond its capacities, that
renders it mad. In this perspective Foucault announced an age when
madness would disappear, not because it would be lodged within the
controlled space of mental illness ("great tepid aquariums"), but on the
contrary because the exterior limit designated by madness would be
overcome by means of other flows escaping control on all sides, and
carrying us along.*
It should therefore be said that one can never go far enough in the
direction of deterritorialization: you haven't seen anything yet—an
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