Submitted by worker on Mon, 04/06/2015 - 02:55
Inter Arma received and translated:
THE HUNGER STRIKE OF THE CONSPIRACY OF CELLS OF FIRE WAS VICTORIOUS
Today is a day that a crack in the walls of the imprisoned world around us has opened. After 32 days of hunger strike, the mother of Christos and Gerasimos Tsakalos and the girlfriend of the latter will soon pass the exit of prison, free again…
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 04/05/2015 - 14:44
Last night I saw the moon and a star. It was the first time in a long-time. It made me think of all my friends, old and new,and wonder what they were doing under its glow. I feel so lucky to be part of a wide network of people. Anything seems possible when you know you have support. But whilst these thoughts make prison bearable, I will never forget the violence of the system.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 04/05/2015 - 04:33
Early afternoon on Wednesday 1st April, the judge of the Audiencia Nacional [National High Court] Eloy Velasco, remanded in prison 5 of the 15 individuals arrested on Monday 30th March during the police operation named Piñata. 24 others were arrested during the 17 raids, which took place in Madrid, Barcelona, Palencia and Granada, for “disobedience and resistance”, who were then subsequently released.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 04/05/2015 - 00:56
Sunday, the 5th of April 2015 // 14:00 – 18:00 (CE)
On Sunday, the 5th of April 2015, the participants of the International Gathering of Anarchist Radios that is taking place in Ljubljana, Slovenia (2-5 April), will do a 4 hour live radio broadcast that can be listen to through an online stream.
The broadcast will be done from Ljubljana based independent Radio Student. The broadcast will be multilingual, mainly with English language content, but also with parts in other languages.
You can tune in and listen to the broadcast through the links:
Submitted by Mister Grumpy on Sat, 04/04/2015 - 17:45
Wearing the flag of Ocalan
On the process of change in Northern Syria often called the Rojava revolution, the PYD as proponent of the process, and its alliance with Western imperialist powers.
In Rojava, in the North of Syria, Kurdish fighters are struggling against IS, Islamic State. That struggle deserves out interest, because it is not just a fight between armeed groups fighting for territory.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 04/04/2015 - 14:55
It’s been almost two weeks since the fire at our warehouse and we know some of you have been waiting for an update and wondering how you can plug into the relief efforts. Very briefly, here is where things stand: our building is still red-tagged by the City of Oakland. We are hopeful that, after more inspections and some repairs are completed, we’ll be able to stay. In the meantime we have been able to get some access to our stock and so we have been able to send out orders for titles that weren’t damaged.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 04/03/2015 - 17:44
June 11, 2015 : TRANSITION : The struggle’s not over…
Submitted by worker on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 18:59
From Roar Mag - By Petar Stanchev
The dogmatic criticism of popular struggles for autonomy in Chiapas and Rojava reveals a colonial mentality that should be stamped out of our movement.
Photo: comrades from the Revolutionary Anarchist Action (DAF) in Turkey express their solidarity with the Kurdish defenders of Kobani at the Turkish-Syrian border. DAF has consistently called on anarchist groups elsewhere to support the Rojava revolution.
Submitted by NorthSiders on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 17:40
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 04/02/2015 - 15:26
[Download Issue #1] (Prints 8.5×11)
We’re excited to announce the first issue of Wildfire, a new quarterly newsletter of anarchist prison struggle.
We have two goals with this project: to spread the words and actions of anarchist prisoners in the United States and to offer news and updates on anti-authoritarian struggle for comrades in prison who might not otherwise have access to this information.
Wildfire flows with our continued frustration with the state of anarchist prison solidarity in the United States: the lack of prisoners’ voices in our publications, the half-hearted solidarity shown toward captured fighters, the dead-end of “political prisoner” designation. It also flows from our long-term relationships with imprisoned comrades, the mutual affinity found in struggling together. Rather than complain and critique, we prefer to strike out in another direction, embodying our own vision of solidarity. We hope this publication can be a contribution to a more diverse, more combative, and stronger anarchist struggle against prison.