You'll always be with us, Joan

You'll always be with us, Joan


This past Thursday, June 17, our friend and comrade Joan Liébana (1991-2021) lost his life while working as a firefighter in an machine shop in Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona). For those who did not have the privilege of knowing him, we don’t have words that could express all that he was, as a friend and as an anarchist, but even then we still want to carry out an act of remembrance from the place of the struggle and the anarchist spirit which impregnated him.

Governance in Pirate Societies

We command honest men’s adoration.

from Center for a Stateless Society

How Cost-Benefit Considerations Produced “Progressive” Governance in Pirate Societies

by Emile Phaneuf

Without economics, Leeson writes, pirates are “sadistic pacifists; womanizing homosexuals; treasure-lusting socialists; and madmen who outwitted the authorities. They’re stealthy outlaws who loudly announced their presence with flags of skulls and bones. They’re libertarians who conscripted nearly all their members, democrats with dictatorial captains, and lawless anarchists who lived by a strict code of rules. They’re torturous terrorists who command honest men’s adoration.”

Equality and freedom are not to be debated!

from Anarkismo via Enough14

International anarchist statement on the 52nd anniversary of the Stonewall-Riots

Pride marches as they now exist in many cities around the world every June, commemorate the Stonewall riots and serve to defend the rights of all people who do not fit into the narrow confines of cis-heterosexuality that the reactionaries would like to impose as a universal norm. Unfortunately, we also commemorate this year the 5th anniversary of the Orlando attack, a mass homophobic, transphobic and racist shooting that took the lives of 49 people and left 59 injured in the United States. The fight is far from being over, as the violence against queer people increases in many countries. Fighting against queerphobia is fighting against mass violence. It is a necessity!

Belarus: “When We Rise”

Belarus: “When We Rise”

From CrimethInc.

A Critical Analysis of the 2020 Revolt against the Dictatorship

In August 2020, a revolt broke out in Belarus, nearly toppling Alexander Lukashenko, the dictator who has ruled the country since 1994. In the following analysis, anarchists who participated in the revolt discuss the ways that it succeeded and how both the regime and its liberal opposition were able to undermine the movement before it could topple the dictatorship. The result is an invaluable resource for those seeking to understand the mechanics of revolution, repression, and cooptation, not to mention post-Soviet politics in the region.

Call to Action for Michael Kimble


Michael was assaulted by Officer Thomas at Easterling Correctional on June 19th, 2021 and is now being held in solitary confinement. Please join us in demanding his release from solitary, as well as the reinstatement of his parole hearing, which was skipped over in February with no notice of rescheduling.

Australia: Sydney Anarchist Conference 2021

July 24, 2021
9:30am - 5:00pm
Glebe Town Hall

We do not fear anarchy, we invoke it - Bakunin.

Sydney Anarchism Conference will bring together activists, organisers, dreamers, and revolutionaries across Australia for a day of discussion about the key ideas of anarchism and libertarian socialism, and how we can use them to smash capitalism and win a better world - without bosses, rulers, or masters.

Free Xinachtli! & Updates from Greece

Write an anarchist prisoner today!

from The Final Straw Radio

This week, we’re featuring two main portions of the show. You’ll hear updates from Greek comrades at 1431 AM free social radio in Thessaloniki> and Radiozones Of Subversive Expression, 93.8 FM pirate radio in Athens. Both of these were featured on the latest episode of Bad News: Angry Voices from Around The World, available the middle of each month at Prior to that, you’ll hear anarchist prisoner Xinachtli talk about his life and his case.

Transmissions Part One: Origins

Transmissions Part One: Origins

From Transmissions

A four part mini-series focusing on the various dimensions of intergenerational relationships amongst anarchists. Part One is a collection of anarchist origin stories from the late 60s through to the early 2000s. Listen to Ashanti Alston, Helen Hudson, Ann Hansen, Frank, Ian Bone and Cindy Milstein recount the pivotal and historical moments that led them to anarchism and why. If you love origin stories, you’re gonna love this.



Subscribe to RSS