Submitted by Rocinante on Mon, 12/30/2013 - 17:15
This is point zero of a new project.
There may have existed other projects that have ventured on a similar path. But we often felt confronted with fragmented information and “news”. In short, they left us hungry, without giving us enough material to refine methods, explore ideas, develop perspectives or sharpen affinities.
Submitted by Bursts on Mon, 12/30/2013 - 17:10
This week William talks with Paul Z. Simons, a contributor to and editor of the journal Modern Slavery; A Libertarian Critique of Civilization available at http://modernslavery.calpress.org. Mr. Simons is also an essayist and former contributor/editor of Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed and Out of Anarchy among other projects. Modern Slavery delves into the conception of a modern slavery through an explicitly radical discussion of the history and present condition of wage economies and wage slavery. In addition, the journal showcases poetry, short stories, book reviews, and art. If you wish to become a contributor, you can do so through the journals website.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 12/30/2013 - 16:55
la semilla negra
A new project reporting on: "social war, &c."
action * analysis * chile * mapuche * news
A NEW COMMODITY: INTIMACY
from Cuadernos de Negacion
Excerpts from Consequences of a misuse of electricity. On the experimental phase of capitalism of the spirit, José Manuel Rojo. Published in Salamandra 11-12 (Grupo Surrealista de Madrid)
Submitted by worker on Mon, 12/30/2013 - 12:18
Some aspects of the dominant economic system we are all a part of – are all subjected to – are so ubiquitous and naturalised that they exist largely unquestioned, even by those that make the interrogation of power their duty. To ask the kind of questions that might genuinely threaten the entrenched corporate and private banking structures blighting our existences, our understanding must go beyond the puppet theatre of media driven politics, into the real terrain of capital: finance, markets and money.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 12/29/2013 - 14:14
We would propose that Steve Schewel is not worried about the violence of his police force, whose members he seems to regard as big blue angels, but rather the possibility of a visible, popular, and confrontational opposition to that violence. How else can one interpret his statement that police violence must be 'proportional to the situation'? Steve Schewel does not desire a Durham without police violence; he wants a Durham where that violence is institutionalized and managed in such a way as to be omnipresent but entirely invisible. The function of that violence, in turn, is to invisibly preserve in a hundred ways the world many of us already inhabit: poverty, addiction, racism, sexism, alienation, and despair.”
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 12/28/2013 - 21:59
The FAI/IRF militant group has sent zougla.gr an envelope containing a USB drive and a 500ml Coca Cola bottle. Included on the USB stick is a six-page declaration of their "Green Nemesis" operation and a video.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 12/27/2013 - 21:29
From Reddit Anarchism
It's been 8 months since our last survey and a few people requested a new one, so I threw this together.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 12/27/2013 - 10:31
I guess we could all have seen it coming a few years back. Things really started to get worse around the end of 2013 and then dragged on into the long, cold winter months. That whole business with that guy, what was his name? Mountain in Wales. Snowden. That’s it. He went underground for a while and then emerged as the CEO of Bozhe Moi! (My God!): the amazing Russian search engine that overtook Google early in 2017. Totally wiped them out. I find it reassuringly old world and Le Carré-like to have the FSB watching all of us rather than the NSA.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 12/26/2013 - 04:15
From the very first day of the imprisonment of each of us we never stopped the production of our speech and our suggestions and imperatives. Through texts, communiques, thoughts, discussions on other texts, pamphlets, translations…
Of course, we do not forget nor never forgot, that theory is a tool which obtains its authentic meaning only when combined with the underlying action. We never wanted to settle for harmless theoretical investigations, nor believed that the acts speak for themselves alone.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 12/25/2013 - 05:38
Inter Arma, through its function, promotes the informal organization of anarchist structures. It cooperates with fellow media networks in Greece and abroad, strengthening the dynamics of the international network and increasing its range. It does not intend to be a centralized type of medium, but a junction of counter-information and diffusion that can be assisted by comrades that wish to do so.
Inter Arma clearly promotes the continuous anarchist insurrection. It has nothing to do with propositions for a partial or total management of the existent nor with the groups, bodies or persons expressing them, whether from the left or the anti-authoritarian and the so-called anarchist movement.