TOTW: North American Anarchism

  • Posted on: 14 October 2018
  • By: notnull

What is North American anarchism? Is it different than anarchism elsewhere? How does it fit into the larger context of anarchism in other places?

As someone who lives in the U.S. with a certain demographic profile, some things are true about my life: it's relatively privileged. I don't frequently face violence or even discomfort. I can say whatever I want in public without worrying too much. I am meaningfully in control of my life and my circumstances. Opportunities for activity and entertainment are all around me. So where, then, do I focus my anarchism?

Italy: A few clarifications concerning a Key-logger installed in my computer

  • Posted on: 14 October 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Act For Freedom Now!

Recently, as I was reading the report on the hearings of the trial that we are facing following the Turin investigation “Scripta Manent”, staged by prosecutor Roberto Sparagna, I noticed an explanation regarding the keylogger (or Agent Elena, as the miserable Naples ROS called it).

Remembering Şehîd Şahîn Qereçox

  • Posted on: 14 October 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Kurdish Solidarity Network (obituary of an anarchist in Rojava)

This epitaph was written by a friend and comrade of Şahin / Waka / Farid

Şehîd Şahîn Qereçox, known as Waka to his many friends, was sadly martyred in the fight against Daesh in Hajin on 6th October. He had been serving in the YPG, fighting for the revolution in Rojava for 4 months. For as long as I’d known him he was a loving comrade and a true revolutionary. I’m still struggling to find the words to describe him – he was so thoughtful and creative he defied simple generalisation. Whatever I write will merely scratch the surface of what he meant to me and so many people.

Help Us Develop “Even Lower Rings Of Hell”

  • Posted on: 14 October 2018
  • By: thecollective

From C4SS by William Gillis

This week we celebrated the 12th anniversary since the founding of the Center for a Stateless Society. It’s been a wild ride, with many ups and downs. But somehow we’ve managed to build one of the most successful sites of anarchist discourse since the journal Liberty shuttered in 1908. We have become, as weird as it is, something of an institution.

Anarchist Zines & Pamphlets Published in September 2018

  • Posted on: 14 October 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Sprout Distro

The following zines were published in the past month. We hope that this post is useful and that the increased visibility of these zines contributes to the spread of anarchist ideas. We have heard of folks printing off these zines and sending them to prisoners, using the list as a basis for reading groups, or using them to stock zine racks at coffee shops and infoshops.

Pontianak City, Indonesia: Poster Bombing & Vandalism Actions Against the IMF-WBG Meeting in Bali

  • Posted on: 11 October 2018
  • By: Anarchist_BC

BUJANG LAPOK!

We are a group consisting of autonomous individuals who carried out some poster bombing and vandalism actions against Bank of Indonesia, ATMs, police posts, the Digulist roundabout, the West Kalimantan governor's office and several other highly visible locations in Pontianak City. We carried out these actions as a response to the meeting between Global Capitalist organizations (World Bank Group, IMF etc) that is being held in Bali from October 8-14, 2018.

Sorry to Bother You, Comrade: a primal anarchist at the theaters

  • Posted on: 9 October 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Anarchist Agency by Kevin Tucker

Warning: this entire review is a spoiler. See the movie first. Please and thank you.

By this point, you’ve probably heard a lot about Boots Riley’s excellent film, Sorry to Bother You. Heed my spoiler warning, because we’re jumping right in.

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