Butterfly Rhizom

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Butterfly Rhizom

  1. 1. A short introduction to Mengele zoo Mino is a boy from the jungle in Brazo lives through the total disaster: his whole village and family is destroyed and killed by the military in their own country. But behind stands the cooperatives with their desire for oil. Mino understands that the unjustice he sees around him is only part of a bigger system. At university Mino finds friends who understands as well as him and also have the knowledge and the courage to go through with serious plans to stop the madness. Seen from the point of the earth, it is worse to kill plants threatened with eradication than kill a human beeing. In order to save the earth, they go out to find the responsibles for the crimes done against the rainforests. When they kill them they leave a symbol of a blue butterfly and a letter where they explain their purpose and encourage others to take up their fight to save the earth from the “human bacteria.” Their actions find many victims, but along their way towards their goal occasions arise which are beyond the control of the blue butterfly.
  2. 2. The blue and the red The blue butterfly The red butterfly is the symbol of the group is the symbol of the followers. who started the actions. It Either it was a “copy of style” followed all the victims, and -an action of the same style as carried out the message of the the original group, or it is a goal of the action and an change that happens in the encouragement to other society that infinitely helps the people to join the mission cause of the blue butterfly.
  3. 3. The way of the butterfly Note: Any point on the map can be connected to any other point. The points can have taken any way across the map.
  4. 4. Brasilia (1) Brasillia (1) New York (1) quote p. xiv New York (7) Missisippi (714) Missisippi (714) Translators Foreword Tripoli Lebanon Boston (2) Washington (1) Germany (1) Germany (4) Germany (3) Germany (1) Germany (1) Tokyo (10+) Spania (5) Toronto (1) Kuala Lumpur (4) Tokyo (1) Frankfurt am Main (1) Miami (1) Sympathy in the The Times Riots in Hamburg and Bonn Murder on journalist in Frankfurter Allgemeine Paris (44) Stockholm (1) ties, creating a fabric of intensive states between which any number of connecting routes could exist. Sheffield (3) Munks commiting harakiri in Tokyo Aboriginals besiege palace in Djakarta International financial crisis Rio de Janeiro (28) Bogota (1) Bogota (1) Mobile (1) Native american writes article in NYT Mayor in London loses hos legst Wellington (4) Medoc, France (1) Hamburg (20+) Istanbul (3) New Zealan got 12 butterflies In Deleuze and Guattari, a plateu is reached when circumstances combine to bring an activity to a pitch of intensity that is not automatically dissipated in a Barents sea (5+) Where the butterfly landed climax. The heightening of energeies issustained long enough to leave a kind of afterimage of its dynamism that can be reactivated or injected into other activi - Istanbul (50+)
  5. 5. A rhizom is made of plateus. A plateu is always in the middle, not at the beginning or the end. A rhizome is made of plateus. Gregory Bateson used the word "plateu" to designate something very special: a continous self- vibrating region of intensities whose development avoid any orientation towards a culminating point or external end. quote, Introduction: Rhixoms
  6. 6. The blue butterfly The red butterfly is the symbol of the group is the symbol of the followers. who started the actions. It Either it was a “copy of style” followed all the victims, and -an action of the same style as carried out the message of the the original group, or it is a goal of the action and an change that happens in the encouragement to other people to join tmission society that infinitely helps the cause of the blue butterfly. Where the butterfly landed Mino is a boy from the jungle in Brazo lives through the total disaster: his whole vil- lage and family is destroyed and killed by the military in their own country. But behind stands the coopera- tives with their desire for oil. Mino understands that the unjustice he sees around him is only part of a bigger system. At university Mino finds friends who under- stands as well as him and also have the knowledge and the courage to go through with serious plans to stop the madness. Seen from the point of the earth, it is worse to kill plants threatened with eradi- cation than kill a human beeing. In order to save the earth, they go out to find the responsibles for the crimes done against the rainforests. When they kill them they leave a symbol of a blue but- terfly and a letter where they explain their purpose and encourage others to take up Murder on journalist in Frankfurter Allgemeine their fight to save the earth from the “human bacteria.” Native american writes article in NYT Aboriginals besiege palace in Djakarta Their actions find many vic- Munks commiting harakiri in Tokyo tims, but along their way to- Mayor in London loses hos legst wards their goal occasions New Zealan got 12 butterflies arise which are beyond the Riots in Hamburg and Bonn International financial crisis control of the blue butterfly. Sympathy in the The Times Barents sea (5+) Lebanon Tripoli Frankfurt am Main (1) Rio de Janeiro (28) Medoc, France (1) Kuala Lumpur (4) Washington (1) Hamburg (20+) Missisippi (714) Missisippi (714) Wellington (4) Stockholm (1) Istanbul (50+) New York (7) New York (1) Germany (1) Germany (1) Germany (3) Germany (4) Germany (1) Tokyo (10+) Sheffield (3) Toronto (1) Istanbul (3) Brasillia (1) Boston (2) Brasilia (1) Bogota (1) Bogota (1) Mobile (1) Spania (5) Tokyo (1) Paris (44) Miami (1) In what order the butterfly striked at the different locations (Nuber of victims)

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