The Illegalist: Anarchist Events In the Bay Area

<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://theillegalist.noblogs.org/">The Illegalist</a>

The Illegalist serves as a clearinghouse for activities which may be of interest to anarchists in the bay area of california. The Illegalist is not intended to facilitate debate, forward communiques or provide analysis. The illegalist hopes to smash the vacuum created by facebook events pages (although the illegalist will admittedly link to facebook events pages). The illegalist will fail horribly at organizing the unorganizable but hey, why not give it a shot?

The locked up comrades page is set up to provide information on how to support our locally imprisoned loved ones. It is not meant to invisibilize comrades behind bars elsewhere but to make sure our friends locked up here are taken care of. If you know someone who is not featured on the illegalist but should be email theillegalist@riseup.net

The court solidarity page serves as a calendar for comrades facing charges or other types of state repression. With all of the arrests during and following last autumn’s uprisings it has become difficult for many of us to keep track of individual’s charges let alone specific court dates. If you or a friend should be featured on the court solidarity page email theillegalist@riseup.net</td><td><img title="I couldn't agree more about the debate. Debate is stupid." src="http://anarchistnews.org/files/pictures/2012/smokingcat.jpg"></td></tr><...

The Illegalist has set up an (anti)social events page as well. The (anti)social events page is intended to document upcoming parties, organizing events, meetings, convergences, assemblies, etc. If you know of an (anti)social event that should be featured on the illegalist email theillegalist@riseup.net

The actions page is self explanatory. Let our struggles be endless and may they never leave the streets.

www.theillegalist.noblogs.org

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what makes this different from the indybay calendar? no liberals allowed?

yes and relevancy

more blogs are always a sign of relevancy

yeah, especially when they offer a consolidated hub for events and prisoner support...because that is actually really hard to find in the bay area. too many charges, not enough consolidated info on the people who need support. everyone is stretched thin. consolidating is fine.

shut up humanitarian activist.

WHY ISNT BRICKMAN ON THAT SITE

yea, and i think that the other prisoners could use a brief description. It also seems that alot of court dates are missing.

Im glad to see this blog as the bay does need something like this. I must acknowledge some reservation though because it doesn't seem to be very complete, and alot of these type of sites pop up and go away within a year, which makes them useless in my opinion.

good luck, ill be checking to blog regularly.

it's not complete because it just launched and it very clearly states if you know someone who needs support to send an email. do something about it instead of just anews complaining

Oh, just go out and torch some shool teacher's car. We are the illegalist. We are bad ass. We are legion. Ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh. Gotta love 110 pound (soaking wet) little kids acting all bad ass. Go make another website or something stupid like that.

<3

I fucking hate teachers.

"Gotta love 110 pound (soaking wet) little kids"
^^^pedophile.

occupy sucks

this guy^^^ ate something bad at one of their picnics

seems sketch

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