Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 07/08/2015 - 14:47
Submitted by worker on Tue, 07/07/2015 - 03:21
From Strike Mag - by Ruth Kinna
In 1819 at St. Peter’s Fields in Manchester, cavalry charged a crowd that had met to demand political reform, killing 15 and wounding hundreds. Fourteen years later Chartists met at Coldbath Fields in London to protest the inadequacy of the 1832 Great Reform Act, which left the majority of working people disenfranchised. This demonstration also met with violence, but the military were in plain clothes and crowd control was left to the newly established police force. Discussions about the reorganisation of policing had started some years before the Manchester Peterloo Massacre, resulting in the introduction of the Irish Constabulary in 1822 and the London Metropolitan Police force seven years later.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 05/29/2015 - 08:21
from PSA (http://pugetsoundanarchists.org/node/111)
Context: This is a response to internet scandal over a demo that was called for at the home of the Olympia pig who shot Andre Thompson and Bryson Chaplin early Thursday morning. Several Olympia activists, professional allies, etc. got up in arms over the fact that this was not organized by the management of yesterday's 11 am and 6 pm demos, and that anarchists (who were presumed to be white, many but not all of whom are) did not seek approval from self-proclaimed leaders. The piece seeks to dispel common misconceptions and clarify our positions in this struggle. We welcome further dialogue and dispute.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 05/28/2015 - 09:41
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 05/21/2015 - 12:58
On Friday May 15 we torched a police car parked in front of the Hostivařská street police station in Prague. This was the result of an act of sabotage carried out by M.A.P. We decided to transform our anger into direct attack and took action as part of the Network of Revolutionary Cells.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 04/26/2015 - 16:37
Unsurprisingly, corporate media covering Saturday’s events in Baltimore are covering up the extent of last nights riot. In our opinion primarily due to the fact that what took place was a direct result of the State’s complete tactical failure policing the streets. Were they to acknowledge what ACTUALLY happened would be to admit to all of America (as they were watching or reading on their screens) that they have no ability to control us when we really rage. They simply don’t have enough pigs.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 03/17/2015 - 00:54
Solidarity Statement from the Inside: “Keep the Struggle Alive!”
To all those still keeping the fire alive, my name is Dante Cano.
I was arrested by the pigs on Friday the 13th, at a march “Against the Police State.” It was an international call-out against militarization of the pigs and police repression towards black lives in so-called “America.”
I was also out there that night for all those killed in racist murders and the killing of a woman that was shot by the Emeryville police outside of Home Depot.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 01/12/2015 - 17:10
From Antidev blog
(Foreword: the neofascist paranoid scumbags supporting the Western and Israeli States will jump on postings like this one to accuse the critics of being part of a "fringe minority praising these attacks". To those: If you've got the mental capacity to compute the following information, you'll realize you are part of the problem, not those who don't follow your BS...)
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 01/09/2015 - 19:05
The Olympia Police Department is investigating a string of anti-police graffiti painted onto downtown businesses Thursday night.
Lt. Paul Lower said that graffiti isn’t uncommon in the city, and for the past several years anti-police messages have been prevalent. But this graffiti is different: The lettering is large, and more than 10 businesses were hit in one night.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 01/04/2015 - 17:07
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. —A group of 20 people dressed in black clothing, similar to Black Bloc activists, carried banners promoting violence against police officers, Santa Cruz police said Thursday.
The demonstrators appeared in downtown Santa Cruz a few minutes before midnight on New Year's Eve. One black banner had pink spray paint reading, "MORE DEAD COPS."