From Contralínea By Zósimo Camacho on October 16th, 2016
In México there is an ongoing anarchist insurrection, with 50 groups and cells at war with the State and capital. The seriousness of the "black threat" has caused the National Risk Agenda  to give it priority attention, ahead of the red guerrillas, with only drug trafficking and social uprisings given a higher priority.
Under the present conditions in anglo North American capitalist society I feel surrounded by a pronounced sense of resignation. As has been said many times before, those of us who seek an end to the dominant social order have been passed on a long history of loss. The post WWII eras are heavily affected by anti-communist rhetoric, and a strong identification with our roles in the consumer/producer economy. This history has set the stage for a general lack of solidarity between people, a lack of any attempt at critical thought or any practice which might break the death grip of domination.
In solidarity with international days of action for anarchist prisoners august 23-30, the mongrel creek gang has recorded Adios Prison: Tales of Spectacular Escapes as a audio book in mp3 format. Its the true stories told by spanish prisoners themselves of five different successful escapes. Compiled inside the FIES prison regime by Juan Jose Garfia and translated and published in english by elephant editions.
Excerpt from the English introduction:
All books by Alfredo Bonanno in digital version. Read on HTML or download in PDF or ePUB
Archivio digitale delle Edizioni Anarchismo
Questo sito raccoglie i testi pubblicati dalle Edizioni Anarchismo nelle collane Pensiero e azione, Opuscoli provvisori e Biblioteca di Anarchismo.
The content is almost done. It's been a few years since our last issue, and somehow we have found the motivations to compile a new one. We have printed and distributed upwards of 60,000 copies of this magazine. That means we have helped raise the awareness of different struggles across the world to thousands and thousands of readers. We have also been circulated in prisons around the world, as we are, and always will be, free to prisoners (and most people, considering we rarely charge).