Submitted by Anonymous on Sat, 01/03/2015 - 05:22
If I were to choose a different life I would not change it for anything.
I vividly remember the intoxicating feeling that came over me when I began to question authority; I remember the many contradictions and questions. In this discovery of ideas I found many people that made their ideas into practical material in their libraries, publications, social centres, etc. … in their everyday life … they lived their lives in the here and now. It did not take long for me to want to do the same.
Submitted by aragorn on Fri, 01/02/2015 - 13:09
Submitted by worker on Fri, 01/02/2015 - 11:40
From Mask Magazine
Victoria Law, who goes by Vikki, is an anarchist, a prison abolitionist, a freelance writer, author, editor, and a mother.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 01/01/2015 - 14:21
For the sixth year in a row, anarchists in Southern Ontario held noise demos outside prisons in the area, to show our hatred of prisons and the world that creates them, to show solidarity with folks locked up, and to build our collective strength with a tradition of fun, rowdy demos. This year, we visited the Syl Apps Youth Detention Centre in Oakville and made the usual stop at the Barton Jail in Hamilton.
Submitted by rabble on Thu, 01/01/2015 - 12:50
From rabble.org.uk - By Ostracod.
1. Anarchism impoverished
Anarchism, for me, is struggle against all forms of domination. It is a beautifully simple idea that helps call into question every oppressive norm.
Submitted by worker on Thu, 01/01/2015 - 11:01
The first shriek comes from a liberal, the latter a Marxist. With all due respect to both, I think the former quite confused if he thinks that Castroite Cuba more closely reflects his own Keynesian delusions, and the latter seems not to understand Che’s significant contribution to the normalization of relations between Cuba and the US (even though it occurs long after his death). Che was the Beard’s partner in the charade that was Cuban socialism, and his ally in the effort to rid that island of all forms of dissent and opposition.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 01/01/2015 - 05:32
We bid farewell to the year 2014 with flashbacks of collective resistance, imprinted in our memories and engraved in the story of this world, to be reminded of our past, so that we keep on fighting in the future, to turn our dreams of a self-organized society without rulers, from Utopia to Reality.
Wherever you may be
Rise Up and Fight Back
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 01/01/2015 - 03:22
On 16 December police arrested 11 comrades in a wave of raids on anarchist spaces and homes in Barcelona and other cities in the Spanish state. Seven are still held in prison in Madrid.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 01/01/2015 - 02:31
Anarchist Women attending to the Young Women Conference, in a small village Amara which is in Urfa (Kurdistan), made a speech on the resistance in Kobane, the effect of women on this resistance and women's freedom struggle.
Submitted by worker on Thu, 01/01/2015 - 00:05
With giant banners, booming bass drums and machine gun fire of a snare drum we gathered in front of the downtown Jackson jail/sheriff's office, where prisoners are held for up to a year, to condemn prison society and celebrate the new year with the prisoners. We started on the street pounding out rhythms from behind our 2 giant banners. The prisoners were flashing their cell lights on and off and whooping at us. We Climbed the stairs to the court yard where we were not 20 feet from the nearest cells, some of which had things like "Help me please, god help yourself" scrawled on the windows.