<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.tomdispatch.com/index.mhtml?pid=76824">By Mike Davis</a>
<strong>The CIA's Car Bomb University (the 1980s)</strong>
<em>"The CIA officers that Yousef worked with closely impressed upon him one rule: never use the terms sabotage or assassination when speaking with visiting congressmen."</em>
-- Steve Coll, Ghost Wars
<table><tr><td>On the 15th of April Black Red Notes magazine (BRN) organized in Baska Kultur Evi a discussion on â€œAnarchist Communism and Class Struggleâ€?. About 50 people attended the panel discussion and some had to sit on the floor due to the lack of seats. A representative from BRN and then writer Volkan Yarasir gave a speech.
<table><tr><td>WHEN & WHERE: Friday night, April 21st 7-11pm at the Community Church of Boston, 565 Boylston in Copley Square, Boston Saturday day, April 22nd at MassArt, Pozen Center, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston
WHY: Join with anarchists and those curious about anarchism for a night and day of speakers, workshops, panels, films, and, of course, books. The bookfair brings together over 20 speakers and 40 tables addressing topics from the sex industry to Cuban anarchism to democratic workplaces to resisting the war.
<table><tr><td>Sweden - A faction of the anarchist Invisible Party has claimed responsibility for a series of <a href="http://www.thelocal.se/article.php?ID=3565&date=20060416">coordinated vandalism</a> attacks at the Center Party headquarters throughout the country. Windows were smashed at party offices in Stockholm, Uppsala, Gothenburg, VÃ¤xjÃ¶, Kalmar, JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping and UmeÃ¥.
<table><tr><td>The second issue of â€œThe Warrior Wind,â€? a newsletter against our society of confinement, is out now. It is available as a .pdf file, to print out and distribute locally, from either of the following two locations:
<a href="http://www.socialwar.net/main/subversion/warriorwind2.pdf">Social War</a> or
The Playing in Sand Collectiv presents:
Werkshop Museum & The Galley @ 293 Squid Row (Downtown) Santa Cruz, CA.
Hours: 2:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. most days
This is a great d.i.y. art space/infoshop/showspace. Werkshop Museum has been open since October 2005. In January 2006 they acquired an adjacent space (the Galley) with a music room/show space and a d.i.y. art gallery to raise funds to support the project. They host a variety of regular freeskool classes, for example: figure drawing, music jam sessions, stencil making, block prints, and yoga. They have allocated a section for anarchist books and zines to be sold. A really fucking good selection. This a place that should definately be visited upon your arrival to Santa Cruz.
<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.zmag.org/content/showarticle.cfm?SectionID=40&ItemID=10079">A History of the Car Bomb (Part 1)</a>
by Mike Davis
<strong>Buda's Wagon (1920)</strong>
<em>"You have shown no pity to us! We will do likewise. We will dynamite you!</em>
-- Anarchist warning (1919)