Episode 187: We talk with Manu Caddie & Graham Cameron of South Pacific Christian Anarchists (SPCA). We discuss Christianity as it relates to Anarchism, Colonization of New Zealand, Maori land rights, Donald Trump and the United States Presidential Race, Anarchists in Government and much more. #fsd
Co-operative modes of property, labor, production, distribution, and consumption have been around as long as their hierarchical alternatives. Sometimes anarchists have argued in favor of cooperatives: that the workers are able to own and manage the enterprise, make decisions together as stake-holders, and operate with an emphasis on other values besides competitive profit-making. Other times, cooperatives have been criticized as self-exploitation, reformist, and/or counter-revolutionary.
From MTL Counter-info
In CamOver, you play a group of humans confronted with an invasion of cameras in a gentrified neighborhood. The struggle against the cameras is important, but your own survival is essential! To win you must form teams with friends in your neighborhoods and destroy as many cameras as possible. The game takes place throughout the summer. At the end, the neighborhood with the most points wins the game.
Let the vandalism begin!
Let’s make our summer nights magical and vibrant!
From afar (and even within France amongst the young – those who’ve never before directly experienced a nationwide movement) what’s going on seems like the prelude to a social revolution. This tends to make those yearning for a revolution to exaggerate to such an extent what’s going on that some even believe that now is the time to talk of the form and content of workers’ councils; which would be a bit like talking about what your son or daughter is going to call the name of their baby when they’re still a virgin and have only just had their first snog.
31 may 2016 Taganrog City Court Judge Georgy Serebryanikov sentenced
31-year-old local resident Elizaveta Tsvetkova to a year of corrective
labor for disseminating leaflets criticizing the police, reports
Caucasian Knot. As published on the court’s website, the verdict
stipulates that fifteen percent of Tsvetkova’s wages will be docked by
the state for a year. The activist has also been charged 6,000 rubles in
From Anarchy Mag AJODA #77 (followed by editorial)
An editorial, reviews, essays, a column, fiction, letters, and a survey
Editorial On Social Democracy and Elections follow along with listing of the issue's content.
A new 'zine that assembles interviews with and essays by prisoners on the recent wave of anti-police revolt and #BlackLivesMatter protests is now available. "To Struggle Means We're Alive": Prisoners Speak Out on Ferguson, Baltimore, and the Ongoing Revolt Against the Police brings together a variety of perspectives and voices, mostly from "social" prisoners who have been struggling or active in some way on the inside.
Waiting for the Barbarians
Who are the real barbarians? The refugees or those who caused them to flee?
Fifth Estate #396, Summer 2016, Vol. 51, No. 1, page 25
This text is a response to the call „Fuck nations, squat the world“. The discussion about squats as focal points of lawlessness and coordinated anarchist action are held everywhere across the world. Surely the “rebellious Nordkiez” (the northern area) in Friedrichshain is relevant for many people, not only those that inhabit it. And what occurs outside of this bubble, for example the fascist and state attacks against greek squats and in the area of Exarcheia, is connected to it.
Report from the Nordkiez – where the state of emergency became normality