Submitted by worker on Thu, 01/15/2015 - 12:49
Since 2011, the Informal Anarchist Federation (IAF)—a local division of a much wider, global insurrectionary anarchist group: the Federazione Anarchia Informale—has been carrying out scores of attacks on private property across Bristol, England. Now the cops are out to get them and Bristol's wider activist community is being caught up in the search.
Submitted by worker on Sat, 12/27/2014 - 14:43
From @ Writers - by Andrew Flood
I’ve written a good deal about both the positive organisational opportunities created by social networking. Here I’m going to look at one of the strong negatives, the intensification and deepening of conflict as a result of online disagreement . This results in fracturing movements even resulting in people unable to be physically in the same space as each other, never mind work together in a sustainable way.
Submitted by worker on Mon, 12/15/2014 - 20:54
Submitted by worker on Sat, 12/13/2014 - 00:37
From Open Democracy - by Thomas Swann
Think about where anarchism is talked about on university campuses. Aside from student activism, what comes to mind first is probably departments like anthropology or political science, perhaps also geography, philosophy or history. These academic disciplines have often involved discussions of the pros and cons of the radically democratic and egalitarian practices that make up contemporary and historical anarchist movements.
Submitted by worker on Thu, 11/27/2014 - 10:59
Anarchists have claimed responsibility for arson attacks on five cars in an affluent area of Bristol, police said.
The vehicles, including a Porsche, were parked in driveways and on the road in Long Ashton when they were set alight at about 04:00 GMT on Tuesday.
Police said it was "sheer luck" nobody was seriously hurt or killed.
Det Ch Insp Andy Bevan said they had been made aware a group was claiming responsibility for the fires online but were keeping an open mind.