Father Frost Against is now Feast After Plague

TAZ!

From avtonom.org

Festival will be organised in Helsinki from 11th to 14th of June. 
The modern situation requires a change in the aesthetic and conceptual forms of expressing the real. Another incentive to rethink representation and tactics was the pandemic and macro-political vulnerability, rallies and waves of new political repression in Russia and Belarus, which affected all aspects of our life. After the worldwide "apocalypse", we will meet under a new slogan - "Feast After the Plague".

Claiming Responsibility by Anarchists

via athensindymedia Translated by Act for freedom now!

Thessaloniki, Greece – Claiming Responsibility by Anarchists

Politicians and capitalists, judges and prosecutors, bosses and bourgeois, must learn to fear and tremble at the power of the working class and the wrath of the organized proletariat. They alone are responsible for the impoverishment, marginalization, exploitation and oppression of the lower economic and social classes. Their vengefulness against anyone who fights for a better life is unmatched.

Repeaters set on fire

via infernourbano translated by Act for freedom now!

Genova, Italy – Repeaters set on fire

On February 2 we set fire to three repeaters in the Val Bisagno. One belonging to the RAI [Radiotelevisione italiana], one to the DEDALUS, the third we don’t know but that’s okay. Much has already been written about the social/repressive influence that technology has in our lives. What interests us and we are thinking about now is how to attack, attack, and attack again.

Constructing an Anarchism: Guarantism (Theory)

from Libertarian Labyrinth

For Charles Fourier, Guarantism was one of the stages between Civilization, the undesirable present state of things, and Harmony, a state in which the harmonious expression of the passions would occur more or less naturally, thanks to lessons learned and tendencies developed along the way. Guarantism wasn’t perfect, but it was good enough that he resisted describing it too fully, lest we be tempted by its relative splendors.

Eco-fascism, “Overpopulation,” and Total Transformation

Somebody take away the "kill half of world's population" button away from those dastardly eco-fascists! Quick, before they use it!

from It's Going Down

A critical look at how historically white nationalists and the State have weaponized discussions of “over-population” to intervene in the environmental movement. Proposes that anarchists and autonomous anti-capitalists need new ways of discussing the unsustainability of industrial capitalism without falling into the tropes of our enemies.

by Jessie

Egoism, Mysticism, and Anarchist Tactics

From Non Serviam Podcast

For the second installment of 2021, we spoke with a passionate thinker and activist whose approach to political philosophy is both charming and challenging. Join us as we dissect our guests’ unique perspective on egoism, spirituality, anarchist tactics, and more.

From Punk to Indigenous Solidarity: Four Decades of Anarchism in Brazil

from CrimethInc.

In the following interview, two longtime anarcho-punks recount the reemergence of anarchism in Brazil after the end of the military dictatorship, trace the fortunes of social movements through the rise and fall of the left Workers Party government, and describe the situation for Indigenous peoples and Indigenous solidarity efforts under the far-right Bolsonaro regime today.

Pola Roupa of Revolutionary Struggle Makes Statement at Her Trial

from AMW

Pola Roupa’s position on political crime, the right to resist, the accusation of the management and the incompetence of the court in the appellate court of the 3rd trial of the Revolutionary Struggle (From a recording made 6/11/2020)

Announcing: The Northeastern Young Anarchists Network (NYAN)

NYAN: A meme project thoroughly committed to not being taken seriously.

from Center for a Stateless Society

It is with great excitement that I announce the formation of the Northeastern Young Anarchists Network. Formed by libertarian socialist members of several broadly leftist student activism groups on college campuses in the American northeast, NYAN (yes, like that nyan) seeks to be a lateral connecting point between anti-authoritarian leftists to discuss the finer points of anarchist theory and debate without the feeling that we must necessarily band together homogeneously to debate or counter authoritarian leftist views within activism groups. We represent a broad range of ideologies ranging from anarcho-communism to communalism to left-libertarianism to what Nathan Schneider identifies as “anarcho-curiosity” and beyond.

The Worker-Owned Wine Bar Serving Up Natural Wine With a Side of Anarchism

Soylent Red & Black: It's Capitalism!

For some, the word anarchy can conjure up images of fear and chaos, however for Fortnight, which has operated as a worker-owned cooperative since its founding in 2016, anarchism provides a non-hierarchical business model with an emphasis on decision-making that is instead built on tenets of communication, trust, and mutual respect.

Okty Budiati on Immediatism podcast

Okty Budiati is an individualist and nihilist anarchist in Indonesia. A performance artist and photographer, she has turned toward writing while confined to a safehouse in Jakarta. Okty has written a number of pieces for The Anarchist Libraries SE Asia. These two Immediatism episodes feature Okty's English writings, with the rest to be translated soon. Okty writes of anti-identity and self-defense in My Home Is My Broken Heart. Her Libertine Monologue Correlation Imagination is also titled "Who Slips and Who is Lonely."

Cancellation, Abolition and Healing

From The Final Straw

This week on The Final Straw, we feature a conversation between our occasional host, Scott, and adrienne maree brown. For the hour, Scott and adrienne speak about “We Will Not Cancel Us and Other Dreams of Transformative Justice”, her latest booklet available through AK Press, as well as sci-fi, abolition, harm, accountability and healing.

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