What should we do when the administrative function is paralyzed, and the fire department, police, and convenience store cannot be reliable? It was the ordinary

people who were next to us that were trustworthy. 


Keiichiro Matsumura



Taking the experience of his mother affected by the Kumamoto earthquake as an example, the cultural anthropologist says that the key to overcoming unforeseen circumstances is not a large organization but a small connection. There are so many places where the government's presence is weak, and recovery from disasters is delayed. We must prepare a mechanism to protect survival by our own hands, not leave it to the government. From “First Anarchism” (Chabudai No. 5).


"October 28  2019

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"