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Heretofore hidden politics of Standing Rock. Eugene Weekly and DGR organizer Sam Krop.
More on "Fake News," spawn of postmodernism. Denver "Autonomous" Assembly vs. actual
autonomy? Artforum's empty "Imagine a World" feature (Nov. issue). Extinction news, opioid
epidemic. Ads of the week e.g. ask Google how to make your infant laugh. Why driverless cars.
Action briefs, three calls.
Taken from Facebook
The purpose of this group is to organize existing efforts and future efforts to covertly nudge statists, including and especially law enforcement and soldiers, toward the ideas of liberty and justice from the anarchist perspective. Statists run psychological operations covertly all the time, mainly via intelligence agencies, media, and law enforcement spokespeople. Why should they have this advantage over us?
Our mission then is to do several things:
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Cliff co-hosts. Standing Rock update. "crazy ants" attack technology, Kafka tells the way out.
Millions of dead trees. "Primitive Technology" on YouTube. Great Barrier Reef in trouble, 30th
anniversary of Declaration of the Right to Development, "virtual love beats the real thing" for
some Japanese. Trees make for bad air in cities. Anarchist actions, three calls.
From Anarcho-Syndicalist Review #68, Fall 2016 by Raymond S. Solomon
Orwell had four phases during his revolutionary years, lasting from late December 1936 until about the early fall of 1940. Each was significant, but all were rooted in Orwell's observations of Spain's, and especially Catalonia's, anarcho-syndicalist revolution. When Orwell went to Spain he did not know exactly what he would find. He had a letter of introduction from the Independent Labour Party. He wanted to fight against fascism, defend democracy, and support workers.
I played a pivotal role in the early history of the Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS). I conceived of it, drafted all the founding documents, selected the initial Board of Directors, led early fundraising campaigns, and anchored it as a whole. Although I have had little to do with the IAS since leaving it in 2005, my years with the organization were an important—and positive—experience for me. I appreciate that Perspectives editors asked me to share my reflections on the occasion of the group’s twentieth anniversary.
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Read my "Night" and "Black Friday". Maddening high tech ads. A very violent week.
SF's Millenium Tower sinking, tilting. "Fake News" - who can say(?) Third Stage en-
vironmentalism after 30 years. India bans fireworks to reduce pollution(!) Chess vs.
computers. roblosricos.wordpress.com. Anarchist (mostly) action news, two calls.
This week on the Final Straw, we air a conversation Bursts had with a member of New York City Anarchist Black Cross, heretoforth known as nyc-abc. For a good portion of the hour we speak about this activists views on anarchist support for prisoners and long term liberation prisoners. We also talk about the work that NYC-ABC does including: prisoner-writing nights; the Running Down The Walls event coordinated with numerous folks on the outside and incarcerated comrades; their recently unvailed Project FANG ( with help from Sac Prisoner Support)which sets aside regular visitation funds for animal and earth liberation prisoners and their loved ones; their U.S. Political Prisoner graphic guide updated monthly; and more. You can find out more about NYC-ABC on their website at http://nycabc.wordpress.com, or find them on the various and insidious social media platforms out there.