I’ve been monitoring the news lately, and it is bad. An anarchist and anti-fascist comrade was run down, presumably by fascists, Across the world, Turkish military is invading and decimating the YPG/YPJ held areas of Kurdistan, in Athens, the anarchist neighborhood of Exarchia is under assault by the state. All of these things seem both overwhelming and like things that call for actions in solidarity, and yet, I find myself unsure what would be effective.
From Act for Freedom!
On October 4th, 2019, at dawn, the Genoa ROS (special operations of carabinieri) turned up at the homes of two comrades in Genoa with search warrants. They went back to one of them on October 10th to seize material they had forgotten – a computer, two modems, an USB key, a paper draft of this writing.
From Anews Podcast
TOTW-Resilience, with Aragorn! and friend
Editorial by Greg: Rootedness
sound editing by Greg
what’s new was written by Jackie and Greg, and narrated by Chisel and Greg
1. Erik Satie – Gymnopedie no. 1
2. IGD Song
3. Tom Lehrer – We Will All Go Together When We Go
This month, we interrupt our scheduled episodes to bring you a special episode from the Please Try This at Home transhumanism conference. In this episode, podcast producer Alex McHugh interviews Jahed Momand on autonomous medicine.
We present to you our latest video-short, The Children of Piraeus, chronicling some recent events that have taken place in Exarchia, Athens. Others have written extensively about the current siege of the anarchist neighborhood, a police offensive that’s lasted for nearly two months, and the first victims of this state-led assault were the immigrant squats. Those without papers were arrested and sent off to Greek concentration camps, while the anarchists of Exarchia were subjected to a military occupation of their home. The situation is now boiling over, and the police offensive will clearly backfire on the state.
From Freedom News
The following text comes from the leaflet distributed by the group “Solidaridad Anarquista Ecuatoriana” (SAE) on the streets of Ecuador’s capital Quito.
Libertarian Manifest about the Ecuatorian crisis: SAE with the People