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Sweden: Arson Shell Trucks in Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners

Taken from the following link: https://telegra.ph/Gori-shell-08-30

Machine Assisted Translation for Anarchist News by Cretin

Note: Interestingly this communique was written in Russian, although the attack took place in Sweden.

Lund, Sweden - Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners: Arson of Shell Truck Trailers

The trial of the Kansk anarchists

from a2day via raddle post by cretin

Russia: The trial of the three 15 year-old anarchists continues in Kansk

Consideration of the case of the Kansk anarchists continues on a daily basis. The case is being considered by the visiting board of the 1st Eastern District Military Court in the premises of the Kansk City Court.

Attack in Solidarity w/ Russian Anarchists

via Kontrapolis

Attack on Engine, Wisag and Kone cars, in solidarity with russian anarchists.

During the night of the 30th of May we attacked four cars owned by companies that work with and profit from the jail system, we hate. With this we want to express our solidairity with the russian anarchists who are currently in custody.

Street artist arrested for "justifying terrorism"

Painting by Hadad

from Avtonom

"Open up! Police!": Street artist arrested for "justifying terrorism"

Maksim Smolnikov, a street artist known as Hadad, from Khabarovsk has been remanded for two months due to his 2018 VKontakte post about the explosion at an FSB office in the Arkhangelsk region. Smolnikov is accused of "justifying terrorism." During these two years, the security officials had no complaints against him.

Mutual Exchange Radio: Dispatches from Russia (C4SS Around the World)

In this special edition of Mutual Exchange Radio, Alex McHugh interviews Ilya, a Russian social anarchist and anti-fascist. Ilya has written for C4SS a couple of times as well as translating some English articles into Russian. In this interview, part of our “Around the World” mini-series with C4SS contributors across the world, we dig into the current muted nature of Russian political activism, the Russian far-right and the dangers they pose, and antifascist hardcore and anarcho-chanson music

The Terror of Adolescence

The Terror of Adolescence

https://freedomnews.org.uk/the-terror-of-adolescence/

It’s the old coming of age story.

You go to school, you study, you make friends. You open your text books. You realise you are only learning what the state wants you to know. You rage against your teachers, your headmaster and your school. You laugh in the face of society, state and authority.

Father Frost Against is now Feast After Plague

TAZ!

From avtonom.org

Festival will be organised in Helsinki from 11th to 14th of June. 
The modern situation requires a change in the aesthetic and conceptual forms of expressing the real. Another incentive to rethink representation and tactics was the pandemic and macro-political vulnerability, rallies and waves of new political repression in Russia and Belarus, which affected all aspects of our life. After the worldwide "apocalypse", we will meet under a new slogan - "Feast After the Plague".

Rare video from Pyotr Kropotkin's funeral

Breadtube was different back then...

VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h_X7ZJIg9c

Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin born a prince on 9 December 1842, died as an anarchist activist, scientist, philosopher, writer and scholar on 8 February 1921 from pneumonia.

His funeral took place from the 10th to 13th of February 1921, and it was documented by "Section of social chronicles of all-Russian cinema and photo publishing".

Section of I.W.A. in the region of Russia about the last protests for Navalny

"They're the same picture."

from Aitrus.Info

We, anarchists and anarcho-syndicalists, consider it completely unacceptable for ourselves to take any part in political shows organized by supporters of the right-wing populist Navalny, who is sadly "famous" for his openly nationalist, anti-immigrant, anti-Caucasian and anti-Semitic statements. To march in the ranks of the demonstrations they convened would mean - regardless of any excuses or "explanations" - to turn into the back of one of the political gangs waging a dirty and unprincipled struggle for power.

Interview with the team behind antijob.net

Interview with the team behind antijob.net

From Anarchistische Groep Amsterdam

"We have to work most of our lives. Our efforts, time, ideas, successes and failures are compressed into rubles, dollars and euros – impersonal banknotes, which are constantly lacking to fulfill our desires and needs. Typically, work is fraught with wage delays, employers’ machinations, nervousness and humiliation from idiotic rules and bosses fooling around."

That’s how antijob.net, the most successful anarchist project from Russia, starts it’s manifest. It’s a website where workers can leave a review on their (ex-)bosses, helping each other in finding the job that sucks less. AGA took an interview with the team behind it.

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