Ukraine: Anarchist Cell Set Fire to a Lexus Belonging to EPU Vice Chair

  • Posted on: 29 May 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
A burned out SUV

from Act for Freedom Now!

Ukraine: In Kiev, Anarchist cell “Fedos Shchus” / FAI, set fire to a Lexus belonging to Grachov, EPU vice chair

Since some anarcho-cells in Kiev have started burning cars, we decided to join this activity.

On May 21, 2018, we set off the mid-size Lexus RX crossover. It stood near a multi-storey building at the address: Kiev, Artillery Lane, 9a. The fire also damaged the nearby SUV Mitsubishi Pajero.

Open Letter from UCIL / Brian Valentino

  • Posted on: 28 May 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Void Network Indonesia

As I wrote this letter, I've been arrested for 21 days in Mapolda D.I.Y prison cell. I'm arrested for my involvement in May Day riot few weeks before. There's some difficulties that I can't really explained it here one by one, but I know for sure that this cells aimed to limit our access to communicate and therefore our further works for the network, a work that was meant to revive the spirit and consciousness to undermine every forms of obedience and submission. I believe we've agreed that it is not intellectual or academic potential that coul raise the consciousness of our surrounding that is rapidly destroyed.

TOTW: deciphering criticism

  • Posted on: 28 May 2018
  • By: thecollective

One of my arguments for anonymous commenting is the tendency of people to avoid giving honest negative feedback unless they can do it without negative social consequences to themselves. (Okay, that's my guess about why people don't want to say negative things to their friends. Maybe there are other things going on instead or in addition. Moving on...) As someone who really appreciates feedback about what I could be doing differently and/or better, I want to provide people with ways to get me that information.

Hamilton: The Tower is Moving! A Statement

  • Posted on: 27 May 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Over the course of the last few months The Tower has faced a fair number of challenges, to say the least! Today however, we are excited to announce that we are moving. We will be moving to a new larger location in order to continue to grow and expand our project of supporting organizing efforts in Hamilton and spreading anarchy.

Why are we leaving the space on Cannon St. that has served us so well? In the wake of a successful and well-attended Hamilton Anarchist Bookfair – that featured a full lineup of workshops, literature, discussion, art, movies, a community dinner, and kid’s activities (many things took place that weekend aside from the so-called Locke St. Riot) – we have had to deal with ongoing targeting by the far right, state repression, community backlash, sensationalist media coverage, and a flood.

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