Mexico City: Explosive attack against the company Sacmag de México

  • Posted on: 7 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

After midnight…

On May 4th 2016, we placed an explosive device comprised of dynamite and gas that detonated in the offices of Sacmag de México. Yes, it was us…

For the diffusion cell of the Informal Feminist Commando of Antiauthoritarian Action (COFIAA)
Ana ‘the black butterfly’

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Toulouse, France: Everyone hates the job centre

  • Posted on: 7 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

Defiling a job centre is good for morale.

In the night of Tuesday 3rd to Wednesday 4th May in Toulouse, we trashed the job centre of Jolimont with a paint extinguisher.

In this context of social movement, where state repression is becoming increasing stronger, we chose to multiply the means of struggle. Because we hate work and all that they want to force upon us.

Solidarity with all fraudsters.

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International call by C.C.F. for the campaign Fuck Nations- Squat the World

  • Posted on: 7 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

The well-regulated normality of social life within systems of power is not the product of a one-dimensional strategic perception that follows a determined path, but on the contrary it’s the totality of many well-thought and tested logics, tactics and practices. It’s a fact that power would not be what it is today, had it not been in a constant process of self-evolution covering previous deficiencies and weaknesses in the management of social tolerance of its followers.

Italy – A letter to Greek comrades by 1st May 2015’s prisoners Casper, Molestio and Iddu

  • Posted on: 7 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

1st May 2015’s prisoners
Milan, 22-03-2016
LETTER TO THE GREEK COMRADES
Dear Nikos, Fivos, Kostas, Odysseas, Alexandros,
We are very glad and feel close to you after receiving your letter in complicity and solidarity. We take the chance to answer you with this letter, which we want to be public.

Between the Tours: Reflections on ‘To Change Everything’ and ‘The Spaces Between’

  • Posted on: 6 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

From It's Going Down

In the past year, the CrimethInc. Collective launched the ‘To Change Everything’ tour following the release of a text by the same name which was translated into multiple languages and published and distributed from Brazil to Korea. Hitting the road with a group of international anarchists who discussed a variety of struggles happening in their home countries, the tour hit large cities and smaller regions. The tour was in many ways a testament to the staying power and popularity of CrimethInc., as events were organized in many smaller areas without established radical groups and spaces. The tour also showed that even in places where you might not expect it, there is a growing interest in revolutionary anarchist ideas. However, the tour also made clear that in many places, there is little for those that are interested in these ideas to plug into. In a report following the tour, CrimethInc. wrote:

Political Prisoner Birthday Poster For May 2016 Is Now Available

  • Posted on: 5 May 2016
  • By: prisonbooks
Political Prisoner Birthday Poster For May 2016

May Political Prisoner Birthday Cake

Hello Friends and Comrades,

Here is the political prisoner birthday poster for May.(11"x17" PDF, 502KB) Print it out and plaster your community, both in commemoration of these freedom fighters and to advertise locally for a political prisoner letter writing night.

New Fifth Estate is being printed!

  • Posted on: 4 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Fifth Estate

New Fifth Estate is being printed!

We just uploaded the new issue of the Fifth Estate to the printer. Its theme is No Borders! which extends beyond just those of the nation state. Our cover says, "No Walls Between People; No Walls in Our Heads."

Feature articles include Challenging the Nation State in Syria by Leila Al Shami, Linear Perspective, Fences & Nature’s Glory by Chellis Glendinning, A Transwoman at TSA Security by Jane Clark, Tearing Down the Prisons, Border Lines & Border Regions by Dennis Fox, Waiting for the Barbarians by Jesus Sepulveda, A Visit to Cuba by Peter Werbe, several others.

Stop The Circle Jerk Of The Anarchist Echo Chamber

  • Posted on: 4 May 2016
  • By: thecollective

From The Bloody Palimpsest

You can pretty well predict how most statists are going to debate and converse on the topic of abandoning the state. They’ll avoid, misinterpret, twist and outright attack you and your statements. You can throw an entire encyclopedia of facts and knowledge at them but their magical government and its magical laws seem to somehow make their minds and hearts impervious to reality.

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