Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 07/11/2015 - 02:48
From The Barbarian Times
Tell us a little bit about what has happened concerning the academic leave of absence you have demanded within the new judicial framework after your hunger strike in November-December 2014.
It goes like this: I completed 1/3 of the course as required by the new regulation and I made the request for educational leave.
Submitted by worker on Fri, 07/10/2015 - 15:33
In the past several months since the streets of the so-called United States of America were set alight by riots after the murder of black teenager Mike Brown by a white police officer, an increasing number of people seem to be asking the question: do riots work?
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 07/09/2015 - 16:11
From The Wildernist.
The myths of progress and humanism have lost their power, and out of the wilderness a new value set is growing—Wildism. Cover art by Paige Carter.
This issue is the product of rapid growth. During these past six months, The Wildernist's team has met many great people, added three, and received so many submissions that we're putting this issue out a month early! We really hope you enjoy it.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 07/09/2015 - 16:09
This is the fifth issue of FTP zine, our biannual report on anti-colonial,
anti-state resistance, within the occupied territory known as Australia.
Like previous issues we have chosen to highlight acts of resistance to the Australian state and its control of this territory, such as attacks on its police, its prisons, its monuments and its schools.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 07/09/2015 - 04:03
Balkan Anarchist bookfair is an annual anarchist event that changes location each year.
This year BASK will take place in Autonomous cultural Centre Nigdjezemska in Zadar on 11th and 12th of September, 2015.
Why Zadar ? About the space:
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 07/08/2015 - 19:00
Gender Anarky has always been a two-prong resistance within the prison construct: a fighting aspect, and a diplomatic aspect. We are well established in both of these sectors: we have a militia presence on the yards, and we are doing work within the prison administration and in the courts on issues we have as trans females, which basically involves paperwork - complaints, petitions, lawsuits, outreach. We also have a public information sector that facilitates the production and distribution of our free literature to prisoners and others through our website and post box.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 07/08/2015 - 14:47
Submitted by worker on Wed, 07/08/2015 - 00:37
Submitted by worker on Tue, 07/07/2015 - 03:21
From Strike Mag - by Ruth Kinna
In 1819 at St. Peter’s Fields in Manchester, cavalry charged a crowd that had met to demand political reform, killing 15 and wounding hundreds. Fourteen years later Chartists met at Coldbath Fields in London to protest the inadequacy of the 1832 Great Reform Act, which left the majority of working people disenfranchised. This demonstration also met with violence, but the military were in plain clothes and crowd control was left to the newly established police force. Discussions about the reorganisation of policing had started some years before the Manchester Peterloo Massacre, resulting in the introduction of the Irish Constabulary in 1822 and the London Metropolitan Police force seven years later.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 07/06/2015 - 19:43
When I say anti-civilization, I am using a term which carries many negative connotations within the anarchist milieu. The reaction to the term is usually a kneejerk one, with the same objections rehashed over and over again. Perhaps opponents of anti-civ thought are opposed to it because it outs their own ideas as hierarchical. Perhaps these opponents simply don’t understand the points behind it. Either way, I’d like to clarify…