In the afternoon of April 1st 2015 anarchists of “Rouvikonas” collective “invaded” the grounds of the greek parliament in the center of Athens to protest in solidarity to the mass hunger strike of 22 political prisoners in greek prisons, most of them since March 2, and 8 prisoners from Turkey on solidarity hunger strike in turns since March 11.
Several totally unrelated and ideologically distinct social groups randomly coincided in and around New Orleans' Couturie Forest yesterday afternoon and last night in what accidentally amounted to a multi-pronged coordinated resistance to dirty billionaires using over $25 million of FEMA recovery money to destroy 250 acres of public greenspace, killing ancient live oaks and cypress to make the forest into an elite PGA golf course closed to anyone who can't pay $80 a day "greens fees."
A 170-year-old French Quarter church and a 190-year-old historic residence were among several properties vandalized along Chartres Street two days before Mardi Gras.
One victim said police suspect an “anarchist parade” was responsible.
Vandals spray-painted St. Mary’s Catholic Church and the neighboring Beauregard-Keyes House and Garden Museum, both in the 1100 block of Chartres Street, sometime Sunday night, the director of the house and museum said.
If we – as a movement – take step back I don't think it's actually that difficult to see why so many people come to a few meetings and then never return. As I've gotten a bit older and my time is a bit more precious, I find myself getting more easily frustrated with a lot of aspects of anarchist organisations. I don't have kids, but I imagine if I did, all these things would be all the more pressing.
From The Hill
The global hacker collective known as Anonymous is storming the international political scene with a brash hacking campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
The shadowy anarchist group, which is known for waging online attacks on everyone from the U.S. government to the Church of Scientology, is trying to dismantle the vast social media operation that helps ISIS recruit new followers.
At a time when voters were getting ready to hand over their dignity to the ballot boxes by delegating the administration of their lives to the country’s political staff, an incendiary cell of the Informal Anarchist Federation went on the offensive, thus wanting to contribute to an intensification of antidemocratic deviation… We placed an incendiary device at the bookstore of [New Democracy party’s MP] Adonis Georgiadis in the district of Kifissia [in Athens on January 22nd, 2015]. The property and enterprises of politicians are also in our sights, as much as their physical integrity is.