City anarchist group attracting attention as G-20 summit nears

  • Posted on: 4 August 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>They may not believe in authority or delegating tasks, but a group of anarchists on Saturday hosted a perfectly organized picnic — down to the very last bowl of pasta salad.

The picnic held by the Pittsburgh Organizing Group attracted about 50 people to Schenley Park, where members were quick to dispel the myth that anarchism is about chaos.

True Colors: An Open Reply to Food Not Bombs and Those Who Defend It

  • Posted on: 4 August 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Shocking.

Well not really. The online shit-storm that has ensued (mostly on anarchistnews.org and facebook) following release of the "Open Letter to Food Not Bombs" was to be expected. When the oppressed stop playing nice, stop accepting their oppression, stop waiting for whitey to change, stop suppressing their anger, comment after comment the oppressor shows their true colors.

Confrontation with the PRIMARY enemy is coming up in 7 weeks!

  • Posted on: 3 August 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>On September 24-25, the G-20 will be meeting in Pittsburgh to try and save capitalism. Global warming will also be on the agenda, but expect no results there-and that's NOT why they are meeting!

Those who use their soldiers to impose a capitalist agenda on places from Iraq to Congo, from Honduras to Afghanistan, will be meeting and plotting how to screw us all.

Blast From Recent Past: APOC at Food Not Bombs 2008

  • Posted on: 3 August 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><em>As a regrettable attendee of the 2008 Food Not Bombs Gathering in Nashville, TN, I hope people will reflect on the APOC Caucus statement that came out of that gathering. As a co-author of the following APOC caucus statement, I fully support the recent "Smack A White Boy" actions, I fully support (and am not an author of) the "Open Letter to Food Not Bombs," and a I fully support (and, again, am not an author of) the "True Colors: An Open Reply to Food Not Bombs and Those Who Defend It."</em>

Anarchism: a problem

  • Posted on: 3 August 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>Perhaps a question must be asked: how can anarchism become non-problematic? Most of “us” (hard to define, really) would agree that for any kind of libertarian revolution, or spontaneous libratory event to occur, a majority of humans have to embrace the idea that the State, capitalism, and domination must be dismantled, and know how to do it (no one knows this at present).

About the Controversy at the CrimethInc. Convergence

  • Posted on: 3 August 2009
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><em>This is a brief statement followed by personal accounts detailing the events of a controversial disruption that happened at the end of the CrimethInc. Convergence in Pittsburgh this July. These texts have been written by some anarchist people of color who participated in the convergence and were present the night of the disruption. There has been some discussion about it on the internet, but we hope to offer people more context from our perspectives about that night. Still, mostly questions remain about how to proceed.

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