The Destructionist International is an experiment in negation. It is driven by a shared inclination: a taste for the fury of destruction, away from the dull submission of situations to reasoned judgement. The Destructionist International finds this passion across a variety of themes (militancy, sabotage, technology, liberation), and gives expression to it via multiple mediums (text, image, video, sound).

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“…if it turns to actuality, it becomes in the realm of both politics and religion the fanaticism of destruction, demolishing the whole existing social order, eliminating all individuals regarded as suspect by a given order, and annihilating any organization which attempts to rise up anew. Only in destroying something does this negative will have a feeling of its own existence [Dasein]. It may well believe that it wills some positive condition, for instance the condition of universal equality or of universal religious life, but it does not in fact will the positive actuality of this condition, for this at once gives rise to some kind of order, a particularization both of institutions and individuals; but it is precisely through the annihilation of particularity and of objective determination that the self-consciousness of this negative freedom arises. Thus, whatever such freedom believes [meint] that it wills can in itself [für sich] be no more than an abstract representation [Vorstellung], and its actualization can only be the fury of destruction.”

GWF Hegel, gripped by fear of the negative will in his Elements of the Philosophy of Right