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Thoughts from a Black Anarchist Concerning the Lack of Momentum in Olympia

  • Posted on: 30 June 2015
  • By: worker

From It's Going Down

Thoughts from a Black Anarchist Concerning the Lack of Momentum in Olympia

For one night, one of the most epic nights, in my life for sure and probably in the history of Olympia, a united front was successfully formed where over 200 people came to flood the streets of Oly and run the Nazi scum out. A strong Bloc of 50 or more were ready and it was enchantingly beautiful, I was amazed. I was proud.

Whoever Is Elected, Let The Riot Never Stop

  • Posted on: 6 May 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

No matter who is elected, we must never stop rioting. Even if every most promising progressive gets elected or every most disconcerting conservative gets elected, we must set the streets on fire. The argument about voting or not voting is useless. Anarchists have historically focused their efforts on direct action or direct democracy and progressive reforms have only redirected revolutionary potential into institutional squabbles. Let this year be the year that the riots started and never stopped.

ABC Moscow report on repressions, January-March 2015

  • Posted on: 18 April 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
Some solidarity action

We are proceeding with reports on repressions against anarchists and libertarian activists, as the authorities continue jailing and haunting our comrades. In this issue we have lots of "extremism": a case against a pregnant anarchist woman accused of "propaganding hatred", criminal prosecution of an antifascist, beaten by Nazis, for a Swastika, a ban of a research-based book on Nazism.

Book Review: John Zerzan’s Twilight of the Machines

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

John Zerzan’s Twilight of the Machines

by Spencer Sunshine

Fifth Estate # 381, Summer-Fall 2009

a review of Twilight of the Machines, John Zerzan, Feral House, 2009; 140 pages, $12, www.feralhouse.com

John Zerzan has infuriated and fascinated readers for decades. His sweeping critique of the modern world condemns not just capitalism, the state, technology and even “civilization,” but he openly calls for the abolition of all forms of symbolic representation and a return to a hunting and gathering existence.

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