Immediatism E27 - Symbiogenetic Desire

  • Posted on: 24 December 2019
  • By: thecollective

From Immediatism

Today’s reading, “Symbiogenetic Desire: An Egoist Conception of Ecology,” by Bellamy Fitzpatrick, is one of five writings in Egoist Ecologies, compiled by Enemy Combatant Publications and available through Little Black Cart. I also give Bellamy’s book Corrosive Consciousness my highest recommendation. Enjoy!

Episode 2: Rewilding & Anarchy with Kevin Tucker

  • Posted on: 24 December 2019
  • By: thecollective
Episode 2: Rewilding & Anarchy with Kevin Tucker

From Rewilding Podcast by Peter Michael Bauer

Anarchy is a central component to the rewilding movement, and as such it is here that I wanted to place my first interview. Today I’m chatting with Kevin Tucker, an anarchist writer, editor, and publisher who has been writing about primal anarchy for over twenty years. He is the author of the book For Wildness and Anarchy, which has been foundational to anarcho-primitivism and primal anarchy. He is relentless. He runs a publishing company, hosts a podcast, writes extensively well researched books, publishes Wild Resistance (a primal anarchy journal twice a year) and somehow raises two children all at the same time. Kevin is both a friend and colleague who continues to inspire and inform the work that I do. I’m excited to share the interview here with you.

Insurrection as a politics of life

  • Posted on: 24 December 2019
  • By: thecollective
Insurrection as a politics of life

From Autonomies by Raoul Vaneigem

The sudden attacks of freedom on the suffocating capitalist hydra, constantly make the epicenter of the seismic disturbances fluctuate. The territories of the whole world affected by the system of private benefits are exposed to the outburst of insurrectional movements. Consciousness is forced to run after successive waves of events, reacting to constant, paradoxically predictable and unexpected shocks.

Israeli Dissent and Sean Talks “Last Act”

  • Posted on: 23 December 2019
  • By: thecollective
really went of their way to not list LBC as publisher of book. why? sad.

From The Final Straw

This week we are happy to feature a couple of audios we did NOT record ourselves.

First, German comrades attending the Balkan Anarchist Bookfair last year interviewed two Israeli anarchists about resistance against the settler-colonial nation they live under. Dana is from Tel Aviv (a member of the Coalition of Women for Peace) and Aaron is from, among other groups, an anti-militarist, de-enlistment group called New Profile. Info about the Coalition of Women for Peace can ben found at CoalitionOfWomen.org and you can learn more about New Profile at NewProfile.org/english/ . My voice will show up in the main segment instead of one of the interviewers who preferred not to have their voice aired here. This is followed by a brief statement by one of the interviewers who conducted the interview about their views on the reasons it was difficult to publish the critique of Israel from within Germany.

Combative Memory: An Anarchist Expropriation in Porto Alegre, Brazil in 1911

  • Posted on: 23 December 2019
  • By: thecollective
Combative Memory: An Anarchist Expropriation in Porto Alegre, Brazil in 1911

From AMW English

The constant search for anarchy drives multiple forms of action. Opening paths, giving an answer, affirming principles, spreading the seed, giving life to ideas, turning them into endless initiatives always in conflict with the bonds of freedom, authority.

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