What could this possibly mean:
I remember Baudrillard once remarking that Left only ever make banal mistakes when, in fact, things would be better if they could develop the impossible art of fatal mistakes. Perhaps the only answer, he then concluded, was to abandon not only the left/right division, but also politics itself. This is certainly a continuation of his thesis in Forget Foucault: okay, so if the subject is the effect of power and we don’t know where resistance to power might begin (Foucault and his followers), then resistance to power should begin by forgetting power (Baudrillard).
I can’t speak for Foucault “followers” but I’d like to know where Foucault said that we don’t know where resistance to power might begin.