Sabotage, Subvertising and Solidarity in Bristol

  • Posted on: 7 January 2020
  • By: thecollective

Many who were driving home for Christmas (or on their relentless commute for the 9-5) will have been dazzled by the 2 huge LED adverts that light up the motorway (and the night sky beyond) in Bristol.

Bored of the false dreams and fairy lights, we damaged the the billboards by attacking the main mechanisms in the back of the glittery display.

The Old Law and The New: Jason Goudlock in Ohio

  • Posted on: 7 January 2020
  • By: thecollective

From The Final Straw

First, we'll hear from Jason Goudlock, a prisoner under the so-called “Old Law” in Ohio serving his 26th year of a 6-25 year sentence. Jason talks about the situation in Ohio between the “Old Law” and the “New Law”, for instance if he had been convicted of the same robbery and battery crimes three years later he might have served half of the time. Jason also speaks about the whims of the the Ohio Parole Board, some corroborated in public statements by former OPB member, Shirley Smith (linked in the show notes, and mentioning the situation of Marc Houc for instance).

2019: The Year in Review

  • Posted on: 7 January 2020
  • By: thecollective

From Crimethinc.

The beginning of a new year offers us an opportunity to look back over our accomplishments and the things we stand to learn from the previous year. In the following report, we will review our efforts throughout 2019, set in the context of world events. This has been a year of stalemate in the US, while elsewhere, a new wave of confrontational movements has inspired some commentators to predict a global revival of anarchism on an unprecedented scale.

Anarchist Agitprop For A New Year

  • Posted on: 5 January 2020
  • By: thecollective
Anarchist Agitprop For A New Year

From The Transmetropolitan Review

To celebrate the new decade, the Cinema Committee happily releases these three short videos reflecting on the past year of resistance. We hope our modest efforts inspire other anarchists to create their own media, of any variety. Media is no substitute for acting in real life with others, but it’s also a vital ingredient in any struggle. In the dead time of capitalist normality, download video editing software, buy a cheap printer, stock up on paint, or make cauldrons of wheat-paste to put up posters. None of it will be a waste of time. All of it will matter. Tag the cities with rebellious phrases, flood the internet with subversive images, and paste up those words and images that inspire you.

Ediciones Inéditas Anthology

  • Posted on: 5 January 2020
  • By: thecollective
Anthology of original essays published as Ediciones Inéditas (project previous to this one). Designed & compiled by post.chicanx.

From prole wave

Letter from an inéditor

What was intended as a small translation project among a few friends grew into a thing whose reach somehow spilled across borders and languages. To translate international radical texts which often go unread by Anglophone readers due to a language barrier and which also often go untranslated since they break with classical anarchist & communist orthodoxy: the ultra-left with its impossible positions.

Organise! magazine issue 92 – Winter 2019

  • Posted on: 4 January 2020
  • By: thecollective
Organise! magazine issue 92 – Winter 2019

From Anarchist Federation UK

Issue 92 is now available for free download. See contents list below and visit organisemagazine.org.uk to find information about this issue including online articles and subscriptions (see also our patreon page). This issue (photo showing it straight out of the box & still warm from the printers), has the usual news, views & reviews and has special sections on radical gaming & comics, including a ‘print & play’ game. See also a commentary about the artwork on the front of this issue.

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