Dutch Anarchists on Re-Evaluating COVID

Dutch Anarchists on Re-Evaluating COVID

From Dutch Anarchist Journal Rumoer #4
https://rumoer.noblogs.org/files/2021/05/definitieve-digitale-ENGLISH-Zo...

Corona and the fear of the unknown

At the beginning, nobody had any clue what corona was going to be. It was (and is) scary that there is something that can cause people to get sick and die that seems to hit so randomly and spread so easily. It is unclear who will get infected and how bad it will be, since the spectrum of symptoms and effect is extremely wide. Nonetheless, there is a clear image of the worst, of permanent health damage or death, and although this is the case with many illnesses and other circumstances the world over, this one has hit certain populations in a way that gives it a greater amplitude than many other viruses or causes of ill health.

The Concentration of Capital

free markets..free markets...free...mark..ets...frr..marrrr..kkkkttt..tttt.sssss...

from Center for a Stateless Society

The Benefits of Non-Capitalist Markets

Instead, the people should ideally be viewed as individuals, as egos floating on the plains, and all these individuals should have the space of movement they deserve. For that, we need anarchy and consensus-based ownership of the means of production and consensus-based organization of society. Only then will we truly free the people, all people, not only people of a certain class, race, gender, or sex.

Memoirs of Cowardly Anarchists

from Scholium

There aren’t enough memoirs and biographies of low-key anarchists. Where are the writings of homebodies, sympathetic professionals who bankrolled anarchist newspapers, and anarchists who worked and raised kids all day? What do we know of anarchists who experienced fear more easily than their peers, and had to contend with it on a regular basis?

Anews Podcast 224 – 8.20.21

Anews Podcast 224 – 8.20.21

Welcome to the anews podcast. This podcast is on anarchist activity, ideas, and conversations from the previous week on anarchistnews.org.

Sound editing by Greg.

What’s New written by chisel, read by chisel and a friend.

Thanks to Octox and Max for TotW week conversation: Anarchist Anti-Vaxxers

Reading – AHAL reading by Bugs for Very Bad Audio Distro

Protests and repressions in Belarus from anarchist perspective

Protests and repressions in Belarus from anarchist perspective

From Pramen

Online presentation “Protests and repressions in Belarus from anarchist perspective” – 27 august 2021 19:00 (Minsk time)

News from Belarus hardly make headlines of the english speaking media and if something comes it is mostly about some new crazy move of dictator Lukashenko. The protest for now is not happening anymore, but the struggle continues. Massive network of solidarity is supporting thousands of repressed among them dozens of anarchists and antifascists. Some spontanious decentrilized protests are happening on regular basis.

Anarchy 2022 - St-Imier July 28-31

Anarchy 2022 - St-Imier July 28-31

From Anarchy 2022

International Anti-Authoritarian Gathering

Welcome to the website of the organization of the International Anti-Authoritarian Gathering 2022 in St-Imier

From 28th to 31st July 2022 a meeting will be held in St-Imier (Jura, CH) to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Congress of St-Imier which, in 1872, saw the foundation of the Anti-Authoritarian International, an event marking the birth of the organized anarchist movement.

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TOTW: Solarpunk Anarchism

What can you burn that is somehow related to this topic?

Topic of the Week: The sun still rises and with it a new conversation is shared over the wires. Over the years, here at Anarchist News we have posted topics discussing various tendencies within the anarchist space and this week we are talking about a rather new set of ideas on the block (but also old) related to solarpunk anarchy.

Clothes

from nudism as illegalism

In the legend of the Garden of Eden, the original humans, Adam and Eve, were unashamed of their nakedness. Then they ate fruit from the tree of knowledge and God cast them out. At some point, either after the fruit or after leaving the garden, they became ashamed of, at minimum, their “private parts” – and thus they covered up. Thus were clothes born, thus did humans come to know something called modesty, and thus was nudity made into sin.

Alpacalypse Now

from It's Going Down

How a Trans Anarchist Homestead Defended Itself From Far-Right Attacks

In rural Colorado, the Tenacious Unicorn Ranch is building a trans-anarchist homestead and autonomous infrastructure while experimenting in permaculture and raising alpacas. On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we discuss the project with three people from the ranch, talk about the release of the upcoming documentary film, Tenacious, and how people living on the ranch mobilized over the past year against threats from the far-Right.

George-Thérèse Dickenson (1951–2021)

Poet, editor, and activist George-Thérèse Dickenson died June 15, 2021 in New York. The cause was a brain hemorrhage, according to her brother, John Dickenson.

With Will Bennett, Dickenson edited the magazine Assassin in the late 1970s.
She published two books:
Striations, from Good Gay Poets (Boston, 1976)
Transducing, from Segue (New York, 1986)

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