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An Anarchist Guide to… A.C.A.B.

  • Posted on: 7 July 2015
  • By: worker

From Strike Mag - by Ruth Kinna

In 1819 at St. Peter’s Fields in Manchester, cavalry charged a crowd that had met to demand political reform, killing 15 and wounding hundreds. Fourteen years later Chartists met at Coldbath Fields in London to protest the inadequacy of the 1832 Great Reform Act, which left the majority of working people disenfranchised. This demonstration also met with violence, but the military were in plain clothes and crowd control was left to the newly established police force. Discussions about the reorganisation of policing had started some years before the Manchester Peterloo Massacre, resulting in the introduction of the Irish Constabulary in 1822 and the London Metropolitan Police force seven years later.

A few thoughts on comradeship and friendship

  • Posted on: 5 July 2015
  • By: worker

From Seaweed blog

As I’ve said many times, the enemy does not occupy every inch of our lives. There are many fissures in the dominant reality, and places where the patrols and henchmen are few. So we can, if we choose, as individuals or in groups, take advantage of these weaknesses. We dream, we make love, we play, we fight, we speak our minds, we break, we join indigenous traditionalists in their re-occupation camps, we sabotage, we romance, we learn sensual skills, we withdraw and we attack, we analyze, we laugh, we try, we experiment, etc.

What No One Is Talking About When They Talk About Greece

  • Posted on: 1 July 2015
  • By: worker

From Gawker - by Joshua Stephens

“You all have CSAs in the States, right? That’s amazing.”

I wasn’t entirely sure I fully understood what he was getting at. It was spring, 2012, and we were standing around at a squatted anarchist social center in a southern suburb of Athens, where I’d just given a talk on anarchism and Occupy Wall Street.

Which Side Podcast – Episode 138 – Kevin Van Meter

  • Posted on: 29 June 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Episode 138: We talk with Kevin Van Meter of the Team Colors Collective & contributing author of the book Life During Wartime: Resisting Counterinsurgency available from AK Press. We discuss Marxism, Anarchism, Counter Insurgency, The Green Scare, The Earth Liberation Front (ELF), Anit-Globalization, The Animal Defense League (ADL), The Modern Times Collective, a pre-Green Scare case on Long Island and the Support work surrounding it & much more. #fsd

Brick by Brick: An Interview with scott crow

  • Posted on: 28 June 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Earth First! Journal

scott crow is a longtime anarchist political activist, political strategist and author based in Austin, Texas, and a founding member of the Common Ground Collective, an anarchist Hurricane Katrina relief effort. We caught up with scott to ask about his work with Dirty South Earth First! (DSEF!) and Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC), as well as his thoughts on the state of the eco-resistance struggle today.

Anarchist Who Shot Henry Clay Frick Was Aiming For Revolution

  • Posted on: 26 June 2015
  • By: worker

From WESA

Most days, Henry Clay Frick liked to take a late lunch with friends at the Duquesne Club, just a short distance from his Fifth Avenue office at the Chronicle-Telegraph building. He’d just returned to his desk on Saturday, July 23 1892, when anarchist Alexander Berkman, wearing a brand new black suit, pushed the door open.

An Anti-Civ Statement on Rewilding done by People of Color and Other Issues

  • Posted on: 19 June 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Impromtu Action

There has been a lot of issues popping up recently. Most recently, with Rachel Dolezal who, while identifying as trans-racial, also took the position of an NAACP leader in Seattle and more recently, the Charleston, South Carolina shooting. This analysis will try to address the issues of trans-racial politics in the face of impending civilization which inherently has constructed racial constructs and gender roles.

Defying kanada demo! July 1, 2015 on Coast salish territories.

  • Posted on: 11 June 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

July 1 is the day that people across Kanada get together to rally around a common theme-Kanada. But what does it really mean to celebrate this day?

Kanada is a country founded on the expansion of capitalism and domination.

It is based on genocide and the theft of this continent.

It is based on years of violence towards native peoples, but relies on imperialism to exist.

BALLAD OF A GREEN BERET. A combative anti-state film, now available on YouTube

  • Posted on: 7 June 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

'Ballad of a Green Beret is a black and white 16mm. short narrative film. ´
Directed by Kevin Keating.

Winner of the Best Screenplay award in the Optik Allusions "Films To The People" short film festival, Oakland 2015.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inPtDByI-5s

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