<table><tr><td>Or, how not to create an anarchist federation
<table><tr><td>Rob los Ricos, aka Rob Thaxton, is a Tejano Chicano anarchist political prisoner currently serving most 88 months (over 7 years) for throwing a rock at a cop during the June 18, 1999 Reclaim the Streets celebration turned police riot in Eugene. Rob is due to be released late June 2006. We're asking people across the country and the world to make the weekend of November 11-13, 2005 a day to support Rob, to celebrate, and to raise needed support money for Rob.
<table><tr><td>Anarchist Direct Actions: A Challenge for Law Enforcement
RANDY BORUM A1 and CHUCK TILBY A2
This article provides a descriptive, operational analysis of the modern anarchist movement, emphasizing the actions of the criminal anarchists and implications for US law enforcement. </td><td><img src="files/pictures/copchoke.jpg"></td></tr></table>It begins by explaining some core tenets of anarchist â€œtheory,â€? and its relationship to violence, then describes the structure, tactics and tradecraft of militant anarchist activists. It concludes that Anarchism is a revolutionary movement, not just a â€œprotest group.â€? Clearly not all anarchists advocate or engage in violence, but some do. Those individuals and factions pose a particular concern to law enforcement. This article offers some practical recommendations to law enforcement for preventing and managing those direct action attacks that may compromise public safety.
<table><tr><td>Police trophy hunters caught
Saturday July 9, 2005
Officers arrested two men yesterday in connection with a firebomb attack by anarchists on riot police officers in central Athens two months ago during which various items of police equipment were stolen.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/billyclub_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>
<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.anarchy.no/iat.html">The International Anarchist Tribunal</a>
G8: Hard core "anarchists" = ochlarchists, getting the Brown Card
Thousands of protesters are set to take part in a Make Poverty History march in Edinburgh, as musicians perform in Live 8 concerts around the globe (02.07.2005). Police believe up to 120,000 people could join the march, aiming to press home their message to G8 leaders. </td><td><img src="files/pictures/red_bl_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>Saturday's march is one of a number of events planned in the run-up to Wednesday's G8 summit at Gleneagles, when campaigners hope world leaders will make a commitment to tackle poverty in Africa. The events also coincide with the series of Live 8 concerts being held on Saturday in cities around the world, including London. The concerts will span nearly 24 hours, with the first having started in Tokyo at 0600 BST. Organised by Live Aid founder Bob Geldof, they will call for more aid for Africa, debt cancellation and fairer trade.
<table><tr><td>Nanette Asimov, Chronicle Staff Writer
Saturday, July 9, 2005
San Francisco police clashed Friday night in the city's Mission District with anarchists who broke windows and sent one officer to the hospital with a head injury. The anarchists were protesting the G-8 summit meeting in Scotland.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/sfcop_down_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>
<table><tr><td>The Mutual Aid Phonebook is open and taking submissions.
MAP is an ambitious project, to create a directory - starting in Chicago and branching out across the country - where anarchos/anti-authoritarians can post an ad (for free) advertising any skills you may have to offer your comrades. Bike repair, barbers, computers, recording studios... anything at all.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/phone_book_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>
<table><tr><td>As social anarchists and libertarian communists, we deplore the horrific attacks on innocent people this morning in London. We express our deepest sympathy to anyone affected by the blasts. We condemn the use of violence against ordinary people and the perpetrators of the bombings whether they be Islamists or anyone else. </td><td><img src="files/pictures/britain_explosion_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>Terrorist actions are completely at odds with any struggle for a freer, fairer society and never help oppressed people in any part of the globe. Instead violence against civilians is a tool of states and proto-states every bit as brutal as the ones they profess to oppose.
<table><tr><td>Posh golf resort a fitting location for G8 summit
From July 6-8th, eight rulers plan to fortress themselves off from reality in the plush surroundings of Gleneagles. The luxurious club has long been the playground of the well-connected and privileged, and is widely viewed as an amusing and revealing location for the G8 summit.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/che48_small.jpg"></td></tr></table> People from across the world are vowing that the well-tended lawns of Gleneagles will not be a protest-free zone. The surreal bubble in which the elite have retreated will be punctured.
<table><tr><td>Anarchists focus ire on CCTV security cameras
Monday July 4, 2005
Five more traffic cameras installed as part of the massive Olympic Games security operation last year were wrecked by anarchists over the weekend, just weeks after seven other cameras had been similarly gutted.</td><td><img src="files/pictures/6010_small.jpg"></td></tr></table>