My Brief Stint in Redneck Revolt

  • Posted on: 12 April 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

I first got in touch with Redneck Revolt through the Internet.

Shortly after major rioting events in a nearby city, in response to racist and classist police violence there and elsewhere, a brief period of feeling out happened. Since around the time of Occupy in 2011, self-described socialists and anarchists, individuals and groupings, have become noticeably more prominent in my area. Some of these groups decided to venture out their comfort zones following the major rioting I mentioned before. Some statements from blogs were shared on the Internet and emails were exchanged.

So far so good ?*

  • Posted on: 7 August 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Translated from french. We call for this text to be circulated as widely as necessary, and it can be used to stimulate discussion, debate and confrontation.


“10 years ago, in the same kind of meeting as today, if you’d said « white » [1], people would have broken the furniture. Today, thanks to the Indigenous of the Republic, thanks to Houria [2] one can say « the whites ».” – Eric Hazan [3]

TFSRadio An interview with a member of Koko Lepo - an autonomous youth collective in Belgrade -, an update on AntiFenix, and words from Sean Swain

  • Posted on: 30 May 2016
  • By: Bursts

This week we feature an interview with Freddy, who is a member of the autonomous youth collective in Belgrade, Serbia known as Koko Lepo. We speak about the origins of the collective as growing out of a self organized kindergarten primarily for Roma children, about solidarity between anarchists and Roma people in Belgrade, about some history of the region, and about the complex nature of solidarity itself.

(A-Radio) Eastern Europe 3: Anarchism in Warsaw - the Syrena and Przychodnia squats

  • Posted on: 18 October 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we made an interview about anarchism and the squats in Warsaw.

As part of a journey through Eastern Europe a member of the Anarchist Radio Berlin had the opportunity of talking to a comrade of Syrena. Syrena is a squat in the inner city of Warsaw and has its origins in the tenants movement. In this interview we talk about the huge amount of activities like anti-racist work, social work and anarchist activities that are getting started out of Syrena. Further we talk about the connection to the Przychodnia Squat which is located directly behind Syrena as well as about the comrade's personal opinion of the controversial selling of the Od:zysk Squat in Poznan, which is quite an current issue in the Polish movement.