Why it's right to resist the Government?

  • Posted on: 20 November 2015
  • By: TraCyn

From Anarkismo - by Joe Conlon - WSM

"The law is essentially the weapon of the privileged, it is made by them for the purpose of enshrining their power and the people need to dismantle it entirely if they want to be genuinely free" - Errico Malatesta

Does this mean anarchists are against laws? Anarchists are against laws that are created by the rich and the privileged liar of society that are used in their favour. These same laws are used to exploit and oppress the rest of society. These laws are designed to give as little as possible to people.

FRR Interview with Paul Z Simons: Stories From Rojava On Revolution, Daily Life, and Hope

  • Posted on: 9 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

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Paul Z. Simons, also known as El Errante, is interviewed by rydra on his recent trip to Rojava. Paul tells stories of his trip, relays discussions he had with people in Rojava in the YPG, YPJ, taxi drivers, translators, and more. Paul describes the situation in Rojava as a “post-leftist revolution in a pre-leftist society.” Paul also tells us how he got into the country, how others can, and why he feels that what is going there is important to anarchists all around the world.

FRR 88: We Just Want to Have Some Fun

  • Posted on: 5 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Rydra and Squee host and discuss the horrors of Highland Hospital in Oakland, give report backs from Crimethinc’s “To Change Everything” tour, discuss affinity and what means?, PBS documentaries on America’s youth and how that relates to anarchy, and boring vs fun politix/anti-politix

(A-Radio) Audio documentation: Undercover for State and Capital

  • Posted on: 5 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we documented a presentation about the topic "Undercover for State and Capital".

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we had the opportunity of documenting a presentation organized by the magazine Cilip in Berlin with the title "Undercover for State and Capital". Therein, Kate Wilson talked about her relationship to Mark Kennedy and Eveline Lubbes about the spying of multinationals and the Undercover Research Group. Unfortunately, due to technical problems, we could only record the first part of the presentation where Kate talks about her experiences. The presentation was held in English.

(A-Radio) Eastern Europe 4: Anarchists and the tenants movement in Warsaw

  • Posted on: 22 October 2015
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(A-Radio) Eastern Europe 3: Anarchism in Warsaw - the Syrena and Przychodnia squats

  • Posted on: 18 October 2015
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As Anarchist Radio Berlin we made an interview about anarchism and the squats in Warsaw.

As part of a journey through Eastern Europe a member of the Anarchist Radio Berlin had the opportunity of talking to a comrade of Syrena. Syrena is a squat in the inner city of Warsaw and has its origins in the tenants movement. In this interview we talk about the huge amount of activities like anti-racist work, social work and anarchist activities that are getting started out of Syrena. Further we talk about the connection to the Przychodnia Squat which is located directly behind Syrena as well as about the comrade's personal opinion of the controversial selling of the Od:zysk Squat in Poznan, which is quite an current issue in the Polish movement.

Laughing at the Futility of it All: An Interview with Aragorn!

  • Posted on: 14 October 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

The beautiful idea: Anarchism means many things to many people. Classical anarchism in Europe defined itself in relief to its three opponents: the church, state, and capital. In our historical estimation, we find that anarchism in America has been known in any given time much more through its associated struggles. Decades ago, it was synonymous with punk rock. Even before that, it bore the face of immigrants: Emma Goldman, Johann Most, Sacco and Vanzetti. Contemporary anarchism has been linked to the anti-globalization movement and more recently, Occupy.

FRR Audiobooks: Against Identity Politics: Spectres, Joylessness, & the Contours of Ressentiment by Lupus Dragonowl

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

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Lupus Dragonowl’s “Against Identity Politics: Spectres, Joylessness, & the Contours of Ressentiment,” originally publishd in AJODA, is read aloud by Arabella Story Tella.