System Fail #7: Brazil’s Little Flu

CW: Death, Police Brutality, Homophobia – Hardcoded subtitles
In this episode of System Fail we look at the devastating effects that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the people of Brazil. We also speak with Brazilian-based anarchist Acácio Augusto, of the Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP).

The Difference Between “Just Coping” & “Not Coping At All”

The Difference Between “Just Coping” & “Not Coping At All”

From The Anarchist Library, by Anonymous (via Return Fire)

[ed. – Come the capacity, come the crisis. Whatever else can be said about the world-wide restrictions that a huge part of the global population has been subject to for as much as a year now, it seems clear that such restrictions can only be viable due to the extensive system of cybernetics (see the supplement to Return Fire vol.3; Caught in the Net) that the current form of capitalism has been shifting its weight upon.

Interview on the Situation of Anarchist Comrades Mónica Caballero and Francisco Solar

Monica y Francisco a la calle

From AMW English

Continuing with the publications in permanent solidarity with Mónica and Francisco, [Brazilian anarchist website] Facção Fictícia conducted an interview with Relatives and Friends of Subversive Prisoners and Anarchists from the Chilean region. In addition to updating on the status of the trial, the interview addresses the importance of active solidarity with prisoners and recent struggles in the territory dominated by the Chilean State.

In Memory: Clips of Interviews With Sean Kealiher and his Comrades and Family

from AMW

Sean Kealiher rarely missed a protest, and he would have been front and center last summer when the insurrectionary activity he had long advocated for became a staple on Portland streets. But he wasn’t. In October 2019, at 23, he was killed in front of the state Democratic Party building, which protesters vandalized on Inauguration Day this year. Kealiher’s death, which was ruled a homicide, shocked Portland’s activist community. These clips of interviews pay tribute to him and his spirit, and revisit the incident that occurred.

Montreuil: Eiffage van in flames for D. Koufontinas

via Attaque

This morning, just before dawn, we set fire to a vehicle belonging to the prison construction company Eiffage. It was parked in the Rue Valmy, in the district Bas-Montreuil.

The police measures that would be for “our health” will not hold us back. The freedoms of movement that we are losing, the constant control, feels like to be tied up for all of us, but in jail it is much worse. So we want to be in thought with all the resistant prisoners.

Claims of responsiblity in Athens

from https://athens.indymedia.org

Attack on the Nea Philadelphia cops school

As a minimum sign of solidarity and support in the struggle of the hunger striker and revolutionary communist D. Koufontinas, we chose to attack the school of the cops in the area of ​​Nea Philadelphia with stones and paints, on the symbolic day March 8 the struggle for women .

Margins of Reality - Episode 2 - Post-Left Anarchy

from https://margins.noblogs.org

The second episode of MARGINS OF REALITY - a podcast by and for unmenschen. This episode concerns the current state of the phenomenon called post-left anarchy. We read Wolfi Landstreicher's "From Politics to Life - Ridding anarchy of the leftist millstone" and Jason McQuinn's "Rejecting the Reification of Revolt".

What Is Gender Nihilism? on Immediatism podcast

from https://immediatism.com/

Six episodes from "What Is Gender Nihilism? A Reader" explore such disparate topics as the construction of women as an oppressed class of Uniques, to insurrection, to a reach back into the mid-twentieth century for a look at early gender transition surgeries and the attitudes surrounding them. To open the series of six, "Gender Nihilism" by Aidan Rowe was selected as the most recent of the pieces, in order to introduce current ways of thinking and talking about gender nihilism. "One is Not Born a Woman" describes woman as a nonexistent ideal and women as a class of unique individuals. Both "My Preferred Gender Pronoun Is Negation" and "Wildfire: Toward Anonymous War on Civilization" recount insurrectionary efforts and experiences, and call for more chaos. Finally, "The Empire Strikes Back" is a posttranssexual manifesto.

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