regional call-out for anti-fascist presence on whidbey island dec. 5th - 6th

  • Posted on: 16 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

regional call-out for anti-fascist presence on whidbey island wa dec. 5th - 6th
nazi fucks off turtle island!

This is a regional call out to all anti-fascists to come to whidbey island, wa the weekend of dec. 5th-6th to oppose regional neo-nazis from rallying and commemorating their fallen shitbag hero robert jay mathews, leader of the white-supremacist revolutionary group 'The Order' killed by fbi in 1984.

Regarding Steven Jablonski's Deceptions, Grand Juries and Sensible Solidarity

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

This is a collaborative statement written by former friends and comrades of Steven Jablonski.

“At the very rare chance that I am being subpoenaed [to] this Grand Jury, I could not find myself in a better situation.” - Steven Jablonski

In July, 2012, following riotous May Day demonstrations in Seattle, WA, several anarchists in Seattle, Olympia, WA, and Portland, OR, were subpoenaed to testify before a federal grand jury.*

Chanukah Flier-Spread the Miracle: Abolish the Police

  • Posted on: 21 December 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

This text was written for an anti-police brutality, Ferguson solidarity Chanukah ritual/action that was organized by Jewish Voice for Peace and others in Seattle on 12/16, the first night of Chanukah.

“You will smash the roof of the villain’s house,
Raze it from foundation to top. Selah.
You will crack the villain’s skull with Your bludgeon:
Blown away shall be his warriors,
Whose delight is to crush me suddenly,
To devour a poor man in ambush.”
(Habakkuk 3.13-3.14)

Spread the Miracle, Abolish the Police!

Ferguson's burning. What did Seattle do on Saturday night?

  • Posted on: 1 December 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Rather than engage in a war of attrition with the RCP, some anarchists decided to call for a distinct demonstration in solidarity with Ferguson rebels for Saturday night November 29. The callout was titled "Ferguson's burning. What's Seattle gonna do?". The intention was to create a space where people could act their rage however they saw fit, instead of trying to manage and control popular anger for a narrow political platform.