Anarchist History: Margins and Problems

from Libertarian Labyrinth

We opened our year-long experiment in making anarchism « our own » with a lengthy and not always straightforward example, as I both laid out some of the basic concepts that figure in my own synthetic approach to anarchist ideas and attempted to highlight a range of questions, concerns and difficulties that others could expect to encounter in their own attempts to put the material of the anarchist past to present use. It was, frankly, a bit meta at times—as perhaps it had to be.

Words from Eric

from Support Eric King

Hello friends, comrades & government voyeur (sic) creeps!

Recently the fucking pukes at the bureau decided it’d be best to cut off my mail again…. this along with the telephone ban, essentially strangling my contact with the outside world… all this while pre-trial… ugh. Really its fucking exhausting and it gets really old, This is systematic and intentional and a vindication of both my revolutionary spirit/actions inside, and the AMAZING Support from our community.

Natascia transferred from Piacenza to Santa Maria Capua Vetere prison

from Malacoda

Operation Prometeo: Natascia transferred from Piacenza to Santa Maria Capua Vetere prison (Italy, March 15, 2021)

We learn that Natascia – anarchist arrested on May 21, 2019 for the “Prometeo” repressive operation – has been transferred from Piacenza prison to that of Santa Maria Capua Vetere, in the province of Caserta. Further updates will follow.

An Ethiopian Anarchist Perspective on the War in Tigray

from The Final Straw Radio

This week, we spoke with Anner, an Ethiopian member of Horn Anarchists, an anarchist group based in east Africa, particularly in Ethiopia and the Ethiopian diaspora. The group has been around for about a year and hopes to organize and spread anarchist ideas and organizing in the horn of Africa. Horn anarchists is a newer group planning to do work with refugees and introduce anarchist ideas to east Africa. For the hour, Anner talks about the group, the history of post-Junta Ethiopa, the context of the ongoing armed conflict in Tigray, the fighting factions and the displacement and violence suffered by residents of the region as well as the ethnic hatred against Tigrayans by the government of Abi Ahmed and his Prosperity Party.

Return Fire vol.6 chap.2 out

 Return Fire vol.6 chap.2 out as PDF, chap.1 toner-friendly version, new website features & fixes

From Return Fire

Return Fire vol.6 chap.2 out as PDF, chap.1 toner-friendly version, new website features & fixes

We present the second chapter of our sixth volume of Return Fire, here. Following on from our revised layout for this volume, this chapter should be (slightly) more toner-friendly for those doing the usual autonomous print-runs (and we’ve re-posted chap.1 with the same alterations as requested). The contents follow, then more updates below.

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