A. The object of sabotage and misappropriation, whether practiced by the individual or the group, is the unleashing of a wildcat strike.
B. Every wildcat strike must develop into a factory occupation.
C. Every factory occupied must be appropriated and turned promptly to the service of revolutionaries.
D. By choosing delegates (who are subject to instant recall and mandated to collate decisions and to oversee their implementation) the assembled strikers lay the groundwork for a radical reorganization of society… into a society of universal self-management.
Raoul Vaneigem, Situationist International. Source 1. Source 2.
"Survival is budgeted life. The system of exploitation of nature and man, starting in the Middle Neolithic with intensive farming, caused an involution in which creativity—a quality specific to humans—was supplanted by work, by the production of a covetous power. Creative life, as had begun to unfold during the Paleolithic, declined and gave way to a brutish struggle for subsistence. From then on, predation, which defines animal behavior, became the generator of all economic mechanisms."
— Raoul Vaneigem