Mexico: Communique from the Informal Insurrectionist Anarcha-Feminist Coven

  • Posted on: 9 June 2018
  • By: thecollective

From Mpalothia

We continue to spread the epidemic of anarchist and insurrectionist rage:

Public response to a misdiagnosis that circulates on the internet.
To the anarchists of Mexico and the world, to all the witches fighting in the universe.

Lines In Sand – AudioZine

  • Posted on: 18 June 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Lines in Sand is a collection by Peter Gelderloos that looks critically at identity politics and anti-oppression politics. All of them are very thought provoking and well worth reading. These aren’t knee-jerk criticisms, but rather are thoughtful explorations of the problematic aspects of identity and anti-oppression politics and practice.

When Insurrections Die - AudioZine

  • Posted on: 9 April 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

New Content from Resonance: An Anarchist Audio Distro
When Insurrections Die by Gilles Dauvé- Listen MP3 - YouTube
or Read it - PDF - Text

“The question is not: who has the guns? but rather: what do the people with the guns do? 10,000 or 100,000 proletarians armed to the teeth are nothing if they place their trust in anything beside their own power to change the world. Otherwise, the next day, the next month or the next year, the power whose authority they recognize will take away the guns which they failed to use against it.”

Interpreting Insurrectionary Corpora: Qualitative-Quantitative Analysis of Clandestine Communiqués

  • Posted on: 23 August 2016
  • By: thecollective

From Michael Loadenthal

Qualitative-Quantitative Analysis of Clandestine Communiqués

It is with great pleasure that I can announce the release of a new journal article. This article appears in the Journal for the Study of Radicalism, and I am happy to say constitutes the first ‘in print’ piece from my doctoral research project.

A Breif and Disorganized Rant on Security Culture for Insurrectionary Anarchists.

  • Posted on: 31 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

If you think you are an insurrectionary hard ass, please show me, don't tell me.

At least stop insisting that your rhetoric be included in totally insecure organizing conversations we're having. Save it for anonymous internet comments or other places where anonymity maybe kind of exists. Thank you.

Seriously, why can't people express their support for riots (or whatever) with their actions, instead of their statements? What do you people have against plausible deniability? Why so scared to navigate the choppy waters of liberalism?

The Spiral Dance and the Commune: Reflections on the Anniversary of the Eviction of Occupy

  • Posted on: 12 November 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From counterapparatus

The Powers that be had met and decided that this was no longer tolerable: everywhere the commune was irrupting and this experiment in urban autonomy spreading, in Oakland and New York, Portland and Seattle, in towns small and large. So calls were made and reasons were marshaled, the general command would be articulated through a local idiom, to shroud the unity of the operation.

A Late Nite Rant in Q!

  • Posted on: 30 July 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Rewyld STL

First things first, let’s get this on the table:

Yes, absolutely when we say queer we very-much DO mean the obliteration of your “straight” cis-topia of normativity, identity, gender and the politics by which you capture, categorize, catalogue, sanitize, sterilize, hierarchize & domesticate the great throbbing, swarming multitude of anarchic wyld life you oh-so passive aggressively call “humanity”;

Fire to the Prisons #12 is Available Now!

  • Posted on: 23 February 2015
  • By: worker

The new issue of Fire to the Prisons is now completed and available online. Check out the magazine, print your own copies, and view past issues at our new website at:

Fire to the Prisons is an insurrectionary periodical. It focuses on promoting a revolutionary solidarity between different struggles, prisoners, and existing social tensions that challenge capitalism and the state.