The Borders Won’t Protect You But They Might Get You Killed

  • Posted on: 19 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Crimethinc

In Paris, on November 13, 129 people were killed in coordinated bombings and shootings for which the Islamic State claimed responsibility. Although this is only the latest in a series of such attacks, it has drawn a different sort of attention than the massacres in Suruç and Ankara that killed 135 people. The lives of young activists who support the Kurdish struggle against ISIS—so far the only on-the-ground effort that has blocked the expansion of the Islamic State—are weighed differently than the lives of Western Europeans.

Send Sean Some Love!

  • Posted on: 18 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)


Sean Swainbroad is having a very hard time right now and could really use to be reminded that he is not alone. If you haven’t written to Sean in a while or haven’t heard back from him due to the ODRC messing with his mail or cutting off his other methods of communication, now would be a great time to flood him with letters, cards, photos, drawings, books, zines, anything.

Greece: Anarchists occupy the government's Directorate of Immigration Policy

  • Posted on: 18 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

On Wednesday 18 November 2015 anarchists occupied the greek government's Directorate of Immigration Policy (Ministry of Interior) in solidarity to refugees and immigrants, calling out for a protest against borders and in solidarity to migrating Class Sisters and Brothers on Saturday 21 November 2015, at Victoria Square in Athens at 12 pm.

Video at


Anarchy Radio 11-17-2015

  • Posted on: 18 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

LISTEN HERE: Radio11172015

Kathan here. Paris massacre: nihilism, Houllebecq + Islam, colonial history, everyday "terrorism" in US, void
of technological society. Tech/surveillance always the answer; tech as avoidance, as generating the problems.
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Losing Ground: Syria's Climate Nomads

  • Posted on: 16 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

The climate wars have already begun. In the parlance of the State, climate change has proven to be a “threat multiplier” that has become typified by, among other conflicts, a war in Syria that to date has killed more than 300,000 people and displaced over 9 million.[1] With people throughout the Middle East escaping the ongoing resource wars and desperate for some semblance of stability, Europe now faces its greatest refugee influx since World War II and fears over a reactionary fascist backlash loom in the background.