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NO DAPL Means NO Surrender!

  • Posted on: 22 January 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

"No DAPL Means NO Surrender"

"In response to the violent resource colonialism perpetuated by DAPL
employees, Morton County Sheriff's Dept., and the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers, there are many warrior societies (Akicitas) forming in all
camps surrounding the struggle against the construction of the Dakota
Access oil pipeline on stolen indigenous land.

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A letter to American comrades from French cousins

  • Posted on: 19 January 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

"Today, very few people still know what state or politics (or "history") is." – Letter from Alexander Kojève to Carl Schmitt (June 28, 1955)

So, the Joker took the White House. And this was not foreseen in the scenario. He did not need a truck full of explosives or a countdown running on a liquid crystal clock. He simply went to the elections, the most democratic in the world, and he won them.

Turkey: Meydan anarchists — ‘we are being cornered’

  • Posted on: 5 January 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Freedom: Anarchist Media, Publishing and Bookshop (UK)

Late last month the editor of Meydan anarchist newspaper in Istanbul was sentenced to a year and three months in prison for “supporting terror,” the latest in a string of attempts by the Turkish State to shut down dissenting voices against Erdogan’s government. Today we are proud to publish a translation of Meydan’s uncompromising response, from their latest edition.

Brussels: Imagine for a moment… Reflections on two recent strikes

  • Posted on: 29 December 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

from L’Imprévu, #1, Dec 2016 [1]

Imagine for a moment… You’ve been wearing yourself out over years of work in a steel mill, eight hours a day doing something that doesn’t interest you, just sweating in the noise and heat, between the grey walls of the factory, until you’re physically and mentally depleted. And all that for… Really, why? To fill the pockets of shareholders, the same people who would throw you back out on the street at a moment’s notice if things stopped being sufficiently “profitable”. Bad enough in itself, of course, if not a downright tragic, humiliating, revolting scandal.

Against the Assad Regime’s Conquest of Eastern Aleppo

  • Posted on: 28 December 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Black Rose Anarchist Federation

We members of the Black Rose/Rosa Negra Rojava-Syria Solidarity Committee (BRRN-RSSC) in the strongest terms condemn the Bashar al-Assad regime and its Russian and Iranian allies for their recent conquest of Eastern Aleppo.

Back in the Slammer: A letter from Damien from the Fleury-Mérogis jail

  • Posted on: 28 December 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Damien was arrested on Wednesday, December 7 in Bretagne, charged with attacks against the Chambre of Commerce, a Jaguar dealership, and other targets during a demo that took place on April 14 between Paris’ 10th and 19th districts. This is his first letter out since being denied bail.

I’m writing from Fleury, where I’m being held in preventative detention[1]. Since the charges against me are, as usual, totally boring and unimaginative, I wanted to offer a different telling of the lovely spring night of revolt, written by some true lovers of disorder, so that my comrades have an accurate and realistic depiction of what I’m alleged to have done: “Reportback on April 14: hold in the rage too long and it bursts out like it should”[2]

México: When Christmas starts, anarchy ends...

  • Posted on: 24 December 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From contra info and translated to English by anonymous

It was only a few years ago, on December 13th, 2013, when some hooded ones burned the Christmas tree located on Avenida Reforma[1]. This action took place during manifestations against subway ticket hikes, that tragically ended between the reform and recuperation by NGO’s and governmental agencies of social welfare; however at the same time these occassions witnessed spontaneous actions, autonomous organization and sabotage from the oppressed and exploited. After this symbolic anti-capitalist act, one friend still remains in prison accused of setting the Christmas tree sponsored by Coca-Cola on fire. The -symbolic- burning of the tree from Coca-Cola, wasn’t just meant as an attack against the symbol of North American[2] capitalism, but also as an attack against the culture of consumerism, an attack against religious traditions imposed by those who believe they’re the owners of the world, an attack on patriarchy, against power and all religious and moral authority.

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