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The French Connection: An Interview With Xavier Massot On The Growing Unrest In France

  • Posted on: 23 April 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

In 2006 Xavier Massot, author of the Black Bloc Papers, predicted the rise of the communist and fascist factions in France, as well as the fall of the traditional moderate left & right parties. A decade+ later France continues to grapple with many of the issues outlined in this interview.

Same Battle, New Field: Problems of Opportunism and Organization

  • Posted on: 22 April 2017
  • By: thecollective

From Libcom by Easy K

Criticism of NGO organizing tactics and reformism from the perspective of an Anarchist labor organizer in New England. The piece is meant highlight the need for new forms of organization to meet the needs of the current struggle. (Specific to the U.S. context)

France: the latest...

  • Posted on: 5 June 2016
  • By: SamFantoSamotnaf

From afar (and even within France amongst the young – those who’ve never before directly experienced a nationwide movement) what’s going on seems like the prelude to a social revolution. This tends to make those yearning for a revolution to exaggerate to such an extent what’s going on that some even believe that now is the time to talk of the form and content of workers’ councils; which would be a bit like talking about what your son or daughter is going to call the name of their baby when they’re still a virgin and have only just had their first snog.

(A-Radio) Northern Europe 3: The new Anarchist Federation in Finland - Alusta

  • Posted on: 6 January 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

(A-Radio) Northern Europe 2: The Anarchist Bookfair in Tallinn (Estonia)

  • Posted on: 19 December 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we made an interview on the Anarchist Bookfair in Tallinn, Estonia.

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we had the opportunity of making an interview with two of the organizers of this year's Anarchist bookfair in Tallinn. We talked with them about the participants, their experiences with involving the public, but also the wider social context of Estonia.

Length: 15:06 min