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Ethiopian Jews Riot in Israel

  • Posted on: 8 May 2015
  • By: worker

You arrived in Israel in the mid-1980s, and now, 38.5% of families from Ethiopia live below the poverty line, against an average of 14.3% for all Israeli Jews . You are only 2% of the Israeli population, yet you are 40% of prison inmates. You’re pejoratively called the “Falasha”. Since your childhood, you have suffered mockery, beatings and moral violence because your skin color is not the same. Because you’re “bad Israelis” and “bad Jews”. But these days, you are no longer simply collateral damage of the old dreams of the movement of “national liberation” or Zionist expansionist Israel today; you are no longer mere victims – you hurt fifty cops, attacked the town with stones, and although the mounted police fired stun grenades to disperse you and to protect the municipality of Tel Aviv, you blocked one of the main motorways.

Cameras Snatched in Philly

  • Posted on: 7 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

On the night of May 3 a few surveillance cameras were taken down from the unfinished developments they were attached to in the Mantua neighborhood, just north of University City in Philadelphia. Removing plastic cylindrical cameras is not hard, grabbing and pulling down or using a long stick is enough to knock one down quickly.

Whoever Is Elected, Let The Riot Never Stop

  • Posted on: 6 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

No matter who is elected, we must never stop rioting. Even if every most promising progressive gets elected or every most disconcerting conservative gets elected, we must set the streets on fire. The argument about voting or not voting is useless. Anarchists have historically focused their efforts on direct action or direct democracy and progressive reforms have only redirected revolutionary potential into institutional squabbles. Let this year be the year that the riots started and never stopped.

May Day Street Party Individual Reportback

  • Posted on: 2 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

The 4th annual anti-capitalist May Day saw an unprecedented turn out of over 20,000 (not a typo and most likely way more) radicals, queers, ravers, anarchists, partiers, socialists and people from all walks of life. May Day, International Worker’s Day, is a day to celebrate our power to resist the exploitation of capitalist elites. In this spirit we showed we don’t need the support of corporate sponsors, the city, or the police to throw the most badass street party Vancouver has seen in a long time.

New Orleans: Vandalization of new St. Roch market

  • Posted on: 2 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From NOLA Advocate

Amid grumblings that the newly renovated St. Roch Market was designed more for upscale shoppers than long-time neighborhood residents, vandals on Friday splattered the building with pink paint, smashed more than a dozen of its windows and smeared it with anti-gentrification slogans.

Police and Border Patrol Unions Attacked in Tucson

  • Posted on: 2 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

This May Day night, two groups of anarchists in Tucson attacked law enforcement targets in solidarity with the ongoing rebellions against police throughout the country. First, the office of the Combined Law Enforcement Association of Arizona, a statewide association of police unions, had a number of its windows smashed out. Later, the office of the Tucson Border Patrol Local Union also lost a number of windows and was redecorated with no borders slogans.

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