This site used to have an events calendar. I thought it was worthwhile and wouldn't mind seeing it come back. Perhaps it left due to technical reasons? Is there anywhere else on the Internet that has a good listing of anarchist events for North America? Do you think a NA wide list of anarchist events would be useful?
Believe it or don't believe it, but some people think all of the philosophy discussion in the comments section is just a whole lot of meta-blah-blah. Some posted content may be more philosophical than others, but expounding a philosophical perspective contra the posted content is wrong and evil. Evil and wrong = ignorance of forum!
This one time, I was doing-conversation with emile in the comments section and the formatting of our responses to each other made me quit! I don't want to be a quitter because quitting is ignorance of forum.
I used to be a part of certain groups & learned the hard way... In my younger days I thought that White Nationalist were decent people, boy was I wrong. They are connected & they definitely will destroy anyone if they're angry with you for anything! I'm choosing this path now because its the only one for me. Gallatin county judges took my whole life away after proving how my life had been destroyed and of course local law enforcement was involved. Republicans are ass wipes! Just wanted to warn people to stay out or very low key around here!
The Red and Black Café, in Portland, Oregon is hosting a fundraising event by the International Socialist Organization (ISO) on Friday, March 6th. This is strange, to say the least, if you know anything about the ISO. The ISO, for those who don’t know, and perhaps this includes members of the shrinking Red and Black Collective, is Trotskyist, with an authoritarian, top down organization, which has a parasitic relationship to social movements, seeking to use them to recruit people into its ranks.
This thread is for discussing the Book "Land and Freedom" by Sea Weed. Specifically, it is about discussing the ideas that could be called some sort of subsistence land struggle. It is written specifically from the perspective of Indigenous and supporting roles and with the intention of creating a greater discussion surrounding it.