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Arson claimed by ‘Long Live Eric King Revolutionary Cell – FAI/FRI'

Arson of Labour Offices Building in Regent Complex of Keerom, West Papua by ‘Long Live Eric King Revolutionary Cell – FAI/FRI'

We claim the burning of the labour offices building in the regent office complex of Keerom, West Papua during the riots on 1 October 2020. We are among the masses angry at Indonesian colonialism, this is just our opening attack and this is not the last. Get ready for explosion and explosion that will keep on the track! If the state and capitalism still exist, peace will never be realized. Therefore, the state and capitalism must be destroyed at once !! Let the fire light up the liberation of West Papua.

In the Navajo Nation, Anarchism Has Indigenous Roots

In the Navajo Nation, Anarchism Has Indigenous Roots

via Anarchist Agency

Out of a vacant coffeeshop, the collective K’é Infoshop is dedicated to mutual aid on America’s largest reservation.

Across the United States, activists have responded to the Covid-19 crisis with anarchist strategies, like mutual aid. In Window Rock, Ariz.—the seat of the Navajo Nation—the K’é Infoshop is one such group, and has been supplying elders, families, and the immunocompromised with food and medical supplies. But the Infoshop’s members, like Bahe, say their style of autonomous organizing has distinctly Navajo roots.

Maxida Märak and Gabriel Khun on Liberating Sápmi

Maxida Märak and Gabriel Khun on Liberating Sápmi

From The Final Straw Radio

This week we are pleased to present an interview William conducted with Gabriel Khun and Maxida Märak on the 2019 PM Press release Liberating Sápmi: Indigenous Resistance in Europe’s Far North. This book, of which Khun is the author and editor and Märak is an contributor, details a political history of the Sámi people whose traditional lands extend along the north most regions of so called Sweden, Norway, Finland, and parts of Russia, as well as interviews conducted with over a dozen Sámi artists and activists.

Keep your fire bright! Solidarity Railway sabotage in Burlington, Ontario

Last night, we did a sabotage at railway bottleneck in Burlington. This place chosen because of the juncture there, with lines from Detroit and Buffalo joining to go forward to Toronto and Montreal. We have heard it's the busiest intersection of this kind in Canada. This action is in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en people in the front line struggle against the Canadian state and the corporations it supports, in response to a call for actions attacking the railways.

We did this by identifying a signal station and setting a fire under its power supply to destroy the cables that would feed it. Hoping this will take them some time to repair and keeping the line closed for longer.

The Final Straw: Secwepemc Struggle Against Pipeline / Perilous Chronicles Prisoner Resistance

From The Final Straw Radio

This week, we feature two segments on the episode. First, a brief chat with Duncan of Perilous Chronicle, a site documenting prisoner resistance since from 2010 til today in the so-called U.S. & Canada. More on that project can be found at perilouschronicle.com and you can find them on twitter as @perilousprison.

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