Mid-May Discussion: What the Virus Said and Eco-Fascism

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Join us on Sunday, May 17th for another virtual discussion via Jitsi Meet (email/dm us for the room name and password)!
We’ll discuss two readings: the first piece, What the Virus Said, considers the virus as a life form, one that has come to disrupt the day-to-day workings of the capitalist machine:

Philippines – the continuing crackdown on anarchists

“Even though by telling you this we fear for our lives, our families and our comrades and friends we continue to educate our community about anarchism, giving them ideas on how to resist this kind of injustice and show that there is another way. Our so-called democracy is all fucking lies.

“We have been imprisoned many times because of anarchism spreading, time is all we have that is expensive and we don’t know when we will be hit (by the DDS or Police/Military), we can only hope that we are not on the list”.

Civilization & The Coronavirus w/ Kevin Tucker

From Sole

In this episode of The Solecast I sit down with Kevin Tucker of Black and Green Publishing / Wild Resistance Journal. We have a wide ranging conversation about empires, collapse and coronavirus. Kevin’s political analysis is rooted around primal anarchy; and sees anarchy as the natural state of humans, and civilization as the cage we desperately need to get free from. Kevin talks about his historical perspectives on why civilizations fail and why things like coronavirus, lyme disease and other animal borne illnesses are on the rise. Very informative conversation that covers a lot of ground.

Anarchy Radio 05-05-2020

Is the pandemic "fake" (at base about social control)? More on 5G. Ad of the week: "Are We Doing Our Bestfor Future Generations?" (UBS). VR still doesn't deliver. More on Planet of Humans vs. green liberals skeweredand angry. "Ancestor Dreams" by David Yearsley, Losing Eden: Why Our Minds Need the Wild by Lucy Jones,Little Eyes by Samantha Schweblin. "Alexa, Help Me Meditate." Hackable humans; Party Royale game "a truesocial space." (Yes, a GAME). Politics and action briefs.

TOTW: Anger and enmity

Kent State, Ohio, 1970

Growing up, I would usually read the newspaper everyday. I remember leafing through it, reading the articles, looking at the photographs and how much anger it often caused me to feel. My teenage brain frequently had trouble understanding how people could be so terrible to each other and everything around them. The news was exasperating and helped to cement my growing ideas as an anarchist. In this topic of the week, we’re looking at how anger and enmity have impacted your anarchist ideas.

June 11th, 2020: International Day of Solidarity with Long-Term Anarchist Prisoners

June 11th: International Day of Solidarity with Marius Mason and All Long-Term Anarchist Prisoners. In the 16 years this tradition has been observed, June 11th has facilitated support and action inspired by imprisoned anarchists — from noise demonstrations outside of jails to letter-writing nights, from fundraisers to arson. Setting aside this day is one way of remembering anarchists who are serving long prison sentences, generating support for them, and inspiring solidarity actions.

Responsibility Claim for Incendiary Attacks by Constantly Fluid Union

from anarchists worldwide

Received on 01.05.2020:

This is a translation of a Greek text claiming the responsibility for some incendiary attacks on two vehicles of the Hellenic Post and a vehicle of a security company at Thessaloniki, Greece. This action took place during the quarantine days, in the middle of April 2020, by the “Constantly Fluid Union”. The photos are taken from corporate media. Here is the original source-link with the Greek text.

We responsibly declare that we are irresponsible

We move around insubordinate

We will not leave the fight for later

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