climate change

Paris: cars torched, not in solidarity with Gilets Jaunes

  • Posted on: 3 December 2018
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Published on Attaque

As it seems, this Fall's fashion is to wear sharp yellow. As it seems, it's suiting quite well with the blue-white-red flag. As it seems, we must absolutely attend the protest and contribute because people are in the streets, they're without organizations and it's getting riotous. As it seems, if we not attend this means we are forcibly staying on the internet.

We don't give a fuck.

Darkness Falls: Revisiting anarchist politics in the age of collapse

  • Posted on: 12 August 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Medium by Uri Gordon

Ten years ago I published a short and not very rigorous essay titled “Dark Tidings: Anarchist Politics in the Age of Collapse”, in which I attempted to anticipate forthcoming trends in the terrain of social struggle, and suggest responsive stategies for social transformation in view of ecosystem degradation and climate change. Since the news cycle has again come around to these themes, the topic may be worth revisiting.

The State Against Climate Change: Response to Christian Parenti

  • Posted on: 4 July 2018
  • By: thecollective

To close, let us summarize the argument. Is the State necessary for the struggle against climate change? No; instead, we see that the State is, alongside capitalism, our principal enemy in contributing to global warming and other environmental catastrophes. Due to its functional role in defending and expanding the capitalist system, the State cannot be a means for true climate justice. Let us not concern ourselves with reformist false solutions to environmental problems, but rather get on with organizing a broad-based popular global movement that implements the solutions we need.

TFSRadio special: Assata on autonomous Hurricane Relief on the Gulf Coast

  • Posted on: 8 September 2017
  • By: Bursts

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This is a The Final Straw Radio mini-episode and we just had a quick conversation with Assata, an activist and member of The Yellow Hammer Alternative, an Alabama-based far left autonomous mutual aid group. We talked about relief work done by Assata’s group around Hurricane Harvey, in Mobile with Food Not Bombs and in the run-up to Hurricanes Irma and Jose. More about Assata’s group can be found at theyellowhammeralternative.com and you can make donations to their and others efforts in the gulf at https://www.youcaring.com/theyellowhammeralternative

Losing Ground: Syria's Climate Nomads

  • Posted on: 16 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

The climate wars have already begun. In the parlance of the State, climate change has proven to be a “threat multiplier” that has become typified by, among other conflicts, a war in Syria that to date has killed more than 300,000 people and displaced over 9 million.[1] With people throughout the Middle East escaping the ongoing resource wars and desperate for some semblance of stability, Europe now faces its greatest refugee influx since World War II and fears over a reactionary fascist backlash loom in the background.

Turkey’s Insurrection

  • Posted on: 22 August 2015
  • By: stimulator
New subMedia.tv video

This week we bring you nihilistic news from the climate front plus an update on the revolt in Turkey following the suicide bombing of Rojava supporters. Plus a turkish comrade gives us an in depth look at the political landscape in the region.

To watch this fuckin video visit - http://www.submedia.tv/stimulator/2015/08/22/turkeys-insurrection/

This Changes Fuck All

  • Posted on: 14 June 2015
  • By: stimulator
Why marching in circles accomplishes nothing

To watch this video visit - http://m0therfuck.in/fuck_all

This week we take on the NGO led spectacle called the people’s climate march plus a look at Peru’s spectacular resistance against a copper mine, and the call from the east to disrupt oil extraction and infrastructure. On the music break, Ontario based hiphop group Flowtilla with "Stop Line 9". We wrap things up with an exclusive interview with Sea, an inhabitant of la ZAD, Europe’s largest post capitalist occupation.

It's here, and it's growing: the self-assembling Coalition of the Radical Left

  • Posted on: 9 March 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From IWW Ecology - by Alexander Reid Ross

In January, I went to the Oregon coast to get away from the city, clear my mind, and have some fun. While walking down the beach, though, we noticed a horrible sight.

Thousands of dead young birds, called cassin's auklets, littered the sands, strewn amongst the bottles and random plastic like so many discarded dreams.