<table><tr><td>Revolution is not a word often used today in the meaningful way that it was in the past. The mildest reform or a new safety net put in place is often considered revolutionary. Advertisers of the latest product frivolously use the word in a way that nevertheless seems to subconsciously convey the inspirational meaning it had in the past. Smug academics and mainstream political partisans seem to scoff at the idea that a true revolution of values could occur by means of actual revolutionary activity.
What's good in your hood? How are you? It's time for us to meet again. Some APOC have put together this get together to find out what's poppin. The time has come to take our struggles to new places. To do that we should see where we're at. How far have we come since we parted ways? How can we push and challenge ourselves while supporting each other?
Come to the APOC Summit in Philly: Friday, October 16 - Saturday, October 17, 2009
<table><tr><td><a href="http://reoccupied.wordpress.com/2009/10/06/new-school-releases-stupid-re... School Reoccupied</a>: New School administrative chumps release their version of events of the reoccupation of 65 5th ave on April 10th, 2009.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://slackbastard.anarchobase.com/?p=8309">Slack Bastard</a>
Recently, the Melbourne Anarchist Resource Centre (MARC) in Northcote was attacked by neo-Nazis. Based on what those responsible for the attack stated, it is understood to have been in response to an alleged, recent anti-fascist action which took place in Burwood, on or about Monday, September 14, 2009.
<table><tr><td>International Call Out for Direct Action:
“Our struggles come from before 2010 and will reach beyond!”
This is a call out for direct action and solidarity. At the end of October, the Olympic Torch will come from Greece to Canada.
<table><tr><td>Reposted from <a href="http://bashbacknews.wordpress.com">Bash Back</a>
In the late hours of Saturday, October 3, while most Bash Backers were out running errands or partying the night away; a fleet of five or so cop cars made their way toward the Marsha P. Johnson Queer Collective (known to many as simply the BB! Memphis Squat) on Bruce Street.
<table><tr><td>On October 1st, 2009, at 6:00am, the Joint Terrorism Task Force (a union of local police departments and the FBI), kicked out the front door to our home—an anarchist collective house in Queens, NY, affectionately known as Tortuga. The first crashes of the battering ram were quickly followed by more upstairs, as the police broke in on 3 sleeping people, destroying bedroom doors that were unlocked.
<table><tr><td>Crypto-anarchist, chemist, computer scientist, tax-resister, and essayist Jim Bell is up for release this December after serving a 10 year sentence for calling the government out on its bullshit.