A Year of Sad Nights

  • Posted on: 28 September 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From MexicAnarchist

September 26, 2014 in Iguala, Guerrero. I was up late as usual since I work night shift. I slowly got word of something happening there and like many stories of violence in Mexico, I assumed it was just another case of cartel violence. Freelance and at the time unknown journalists made their way there as the word spread that something major had happened. I remember the first photo that surfaced, the bodies of two Ayotzinapa students on the rain soaked streets in Iguala.

Shoreditch Cereal Killer Cafe targeted by anti-gentrification protesters

  • Posted on: 27 September 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Guardian UK

Paint and cereal thrown at east London cafe in attack owners describe as ‘terrifying’

Hundreds of protesters attacked a cereal cafe in east London on Saturday night, daubing the word “scum” on the shop window and setting fire to an effigy of a police officer.

Erase the Borders

  • Posted on: 26 September 2015
  • By: stimulator

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This week we look at the dire fuckin situation of people escaping war and abusive governments for the relative safety of the global north. On the break Rebel Diaz and Dead Prez remake the classic “Which Side Are You On?” Our featured interview is with Erin Gallagher a journalist with Revolution News, who tells us about “PeñaBots”, fake Twitter accounts that attack free speech in Mexico.

Expropriation Judge Blocked on the ZAD

  • Posted on: 23 September 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Communiqué from the assembly of the anti-airport movement (9/17)
Why we are opposed to the expropriation judge coming to the zad on tuesday the 22nd

The government declared they no longer want to wait for the legal appeals (related to the airport project) to finish, which means they are breaking the engagements made in 2012 and in 2014.

They chose to begin by putting pressure back on people renting on the zad, and sending the expropriation judge to their houses.

A Certain Discomfort: Of Anarchist Solidarity and Syria

  • Posted on: 22 September 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Even as Rojava captures the imaginations of anarchists, with many groups and individuals around the world engaged in active support of the Kurdish-lead libertarian experiment, there remains a profound ambivalence among anarchists towards the struggles in the rest of the country formerly known as Syria. On the one hand, some radicals seek to identify and support grassroots initiatives, popular armed formations, or resistance movements in exile that have a liberatory character; on the other, some see the Syrian Revolution as nothing more than yet another imperialist coup being lead by armed religious fascists with nothing worth supporting. Between those two poles, the huge majority of anarchists (and others who care about international revolutions) consider the conflict too complex and murky to come to any conclusions.

(A-Radio) Anarchist Federation in Glasgow about their work, the referendum and the rise of nationalism

  • Posted on: 18 September 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we made an interview with the Anarchist Federation in Glasgow about their work, the referendum and the rise of nationalism.

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we had the opportunity of talking to an activist of the Anarchist Federation in Glasgow. The interview was about their local activities as well as the Scottish independence referendum and the rise of nationalism in the region.

Domingos Passos – the Brazilian Bakunin

  • Posted on: 4 September 2015
  • By: rocinante

From Black Rose Anarchist Federation

‘I woke at 5.00 am. Passos, who had been up and about for hours, was sitting on his bed reading Determinism and Responsibility by Hamon. I grabbed a towel and went downstairs to wash my face. When I came back from the yard, after drying off, I saw two individuals. It was a moment or two before I realised who they were. With revolvers drawn they spoke to me and asked me harshly:

“Where’s Domingos Passos?”