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.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/24/2013 - 17:07
Early this morning we climbed onto the roof of the Westside Olympia Police Sub Station and smashed out 8-10 of their surveillance cameras. This Sub Station existed without cameras for a long time, and was a site of many anarchist attacks in the past. When we saw that they had finally put up cameras... we decided they needed to come down.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/24/2013 - 16:00
On Saturday, nearly 6,000 protesters marched in the city centre of Berlin during the annual demo in remembrance of comrade Silvio Meier, who was killed by neo-Nazis in 1992. However, on the same day, approximately 150 thugs from the neo-Nazi scene held a rally in one of their strongholds, Schöneweide, against asylum seekers and a recent attack on a prominent Nazi (Björn Wild, who was beaten up by antifas on the street). The fascists waved Greek and Golden Dawn flags next to other nationalist emblems. The antifascist counter-demo on location was rather small in numbers.
Housing instead of concentration camps…
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/24/2013 - 10:28
Anarchists are of course no strangers to being infiltrated by the state. Their ranks have been penetrated by informers and agent provocateurs for more than a century.
They have been one of the most common targets of the infiltration operation by undercover police officers that has been running since 1968.
We have written about four of the undercover police officers in our book, Undercover. The most recent known undercover officer worked under the fake name of Mark Jacobs, and pretended to be a member of a small group of anarchists in Cardiff from 2005 to 2009.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/24/2013 - 06:47
Very soon, Judge Keenan will decide whether to order my release or to continue my incarceration. He will make this decision based in large part on my claim that what began as coercive confinement has clearly become punitive – meaning that there never was any chance that incarceration would intimidate me into cooperating with this Grand Jury, and that after serving 7 months in this place, my resolve has only grown stronger.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 23:37
Arsonists target summer home of ex socialist PM Costas Simitis
Counter-terrorism officers were on Friday examining the remains of a makeshift bomb that detonated in the early hours of the morning outside the summer home of former socialist prime minister Costas Simitis in Aghioi Theodoroi, near Corinth, causing widespread damage but no injuries.
Submitted by worker on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 22:10
On December 13, anarchists threw molotov cocktails at a Coca-Cola sponsored Christmas Tree on Mexico City’s Paseo de la Reforma.
The torching was seen as an act of protest against privatization, and came on the same day as the Mexico City Metro raised fares from 3 to 5 pesos, with the intention of raising it 67-per cent by 2014 to make it among the most expensive metro systems in the world.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 22:08
NEW YORK -- An anarchist jailed since May on civil contempt for refusing to answer grand jury questions has asked a federal judge to free him, arguing that he has proved he will not cooperate.