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Anarchy Radio 05-30-2017

  • Posted on: 30 May 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Listen Here: http://archive.org/details/AnarchyRadio05302017

"Nihilist" attack on Portland light-rail, two dead. Ads of the week. Everything is online -
and often failing, paralyzing major services. OD's under-reported, mass shootings con-
tinue. Birds, sea life steadily poisoned. Second Livestock, latest GMO madness, robot-
ics for babies. Paul Kingsnorth: "Most of us don't want to change much."(!) Kathan, Cliff,
Ian next week (June 6). International action reports, two calls.

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Crossword Puzzle #1: Platformist Anarchism

  • Posted on: 29 May 2017
  • By: thecollective

For the next 50 weeks, each week we will publish one of the crossword puzzles found in "Worker's Book of 50 Sectarian Crosswords," a crossword puzzle book about this site. Here is the first one: Platformist Anarchism

Download the PDF here: https://anarchistnews.org/crossword/crossword1.pdf

Anews Podcast - Episode 13 (May 29, 2017)

  • Posted on: 29 May 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Episode 13 from podcast.anarchistnews.org

Welcome to the anews podcast. This is episode 13. This podcast covers anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week.

Editorial – Training for Dealing with Cops
TOTW – Relationships over Distance
Introduction to Anarchy:

All things being equal, isn’t violence hierarchical?

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Free Radical Radio Books Podcast 1: The Festival of Insignificance by Milan Kundera

  • Posted on: 28 May 2017
  • By: rydra wrong

Listen here: http://freeradicalradio.net/frr-books-podcast-1-the-festival-of-insignif...

This is the first episode of FRR's new books podcast. Our goal is to discuss books(mostly fiction), especially where they intersect with our lives, nihilism, and anarchism. I(rydra) will be the most consistent host with a rotation of friends and others I find interesting broadcasting when we desire to. In this episode we discuss Milan Kundera's final novel, "The Festival of Insignificance." I began reading Kundera as a teenager and my fondness for him has only grown as I have slowly felt the effects of his writing, ideas, and brilliance sink into me over the years.

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