Attack in Remembrance of Sean Kealiher

via Puget Sound Anarchists

PORTLAND: Citywide Attack in Remembrance of Sean Kealiher

In the earliest hours of this morning, 161 windows were broken all across so-called Portland in memory of Sean Kealiher AKA Armeanio Lewis. Banks, luxury cars, new condos, school buildings, businesses and more were joyfully smashed in by individuals acting in a coordinated attack. We moved purposefully, acted quickly, and no one could stop us.

TOTW: Anarchy & Morality

In the upswing of revolt we've seen this year, we're seeing everyday people set cop cars and precincts ablaze with great approval from onlookers. Meanwhile anarchists make the best of the spotlight to explain to the public the truth about today's anarchists. Responding to people's perception of anarchism as dangerous, distancing themselves from anarchists of the deed in an effort to make people stop blaming everything bad on anarchists. To the degree that anarchy is rehabilitated for the general public, more people will ask themselves: "What's so bad about anarchy, anyway?"

Neither with prisons, nor with laws...

Neither with prisons, nor with laws, fascism can be smashed only in the streets

From Anarchist Political Organisation-Federation of Collectives, Greece

On September 18th, 2013 the paramilitary squad of golden dawn proceeds to a murderous attack in Keratsini (Athens), resulting to the assassination of the antifascist Pavlos Fyssas, after being stabbed to the heart by the member of golden dawn, G. Roupakias. This was another one of the numerous murderous attacks the paramilitary gang of golden dawn made against anarchists, leftists, syndicalists, refugees and migrants, squats and self-organized and occupied spaces. Following the State’s policies and the medias dictations and protecting the Capital’s interests, the fascists always strike against the most violently exploited parts of society, against the revolutionary movements that are explicitly targeted by State’s repression.

Anarchist comrade Nico’s letter from prison (28th September 2020)

Anarchist comrade Nico’s letter from prison (28th September 2020)

From Act for Freedom Now!, Italy

These short notes from a brief reading of the papers at my disposal concerning so-called Operation Bialystok were written to enlighten, albeit superficially given my subjective point of view, some of the salient contents of this new anti-anarchist investigation and the consequent repressive developments. The cyclical movements of the social conflict have always been followed by repressive waves, to the point that we often end up stating there is “nothing new under the sun”. However, analysing the changes in paradigm and the instruments being used along with those occurring in society as a whole means we can put them in context, identify their causes and specific goals and develop appropriate strategies of resistance and counter-attack. In fact repression changes and understanding it in its transformations should be of interest to those who are determined “always to do better” in the anarchist struggle against all power.

3 approaches to Kaczynski, on Immediatism podcast

These three essays offer three ways to approach the actions and writings of Ted Kaczynski. John Jacobi's "Ted Kaczynski and Why He Matters" offers a broad and intriguing overview, including the response to Kaczynski, an answer to the question Was he insane?, and a close look at his ideology and actions, including the deaths. Theresa Kintz's sympathetic "Interview with Ted Kaczynski" describes his life leading up to and during the Unabomber events, discussing his passion for wilderness living. Finally, John Moore's "Beyond the Fragments: A Response to Industrial Society and its Future" offers a critique of the manifesto, reacting directly to Kaczynski's EF persona during the Unabomber events. (The John Moore essay can be found in Anarchist Speculations, from LittleBlackCart.com, published by Ardent Press.). As a bonus, in the episode show notes at Immediatism.com, is a link to a(n unaffiliated) podcast which is readings of some of Kaczynski's lesser known writings.

Car Dealership Arson Claimed

via Noticias de la Guerra Social , translated by Anarchist News

Concepción. Incendiary Artifact Against Car Dealership + Responsibility Claim

Around 06:00hrs an anonymous call alerted GOPE so that they would head to a service center due to a bomb threat. There the police found a bookbag with cables and elements that simulated an explosive change, at the same time and fifteen blocks from that sector the fire was starting to expand in the interior of the car dealership.

Anarchists Arrested in Greece

from attaque via AMW

Anarchists Arrested in Counterterrorism Operation in Greece

Two anarchist comrades, Polycarpos Georgiadis and M.T., were arrested on September 23. They are accused of being behind actions of the guerrilla group OLA (Group of People’s Fighters).

Two Hundred Years of Decolonization Struggle in Hawai'i

A person is kneeling with fist raised, holding a sign that reads Aloha Aina equals Anti Fascist. Anti Fascist equals Anti racist. S.H.A.R.P. R.A.S.H.

NOTE: This article is from an upcoming issue of Rock! Paper! Scissors!, the Jesus Radicals online journal. The theme of this upcoming issue is Decolonization; this is one of about thirty articles. We are pre-releasing a few articles today in recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day.

Two Hundred Years
Puaʻena Ahn

Civil or Subversive, now on Immediatism Podcast

From Immediatism.com

To coincide with the London Anarchist Bookfair 2020, Immediatism podcast offers two selections from Civil or Subversive: a Dark Matter Collection, Individualist Writings from the UK. Originally published as Anarchism: Civil or Subversive, this book is available from Ardent Press and LittleBlackCart.com.

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