On the Question of Violence and Nonviolence As a Tactic and Strategy Within the Social Protest Movement: An Anarchist Perspective

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

Nonviolence can be used in many circumstances as an effective tactic, but it is irrelevant, irresponsible, and utterly ridiculous to even consider it as a strategy. So yes, nonviolence should be utilized as a tactic where pertinent, and in turn pacifism, as an ideology and a strategy, must be purged from our movement.

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.

A Crime Called Freedom - AudioZine

  • Posted on: 6 October 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

Prisons and the Struggles Against Them, 2013-2015 (an ongoing timeline)

  • Posted on: 25 August 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Dialectical Delinquents

This page will be subject to regular updates, most notably in the chronology , but also in giving references to interesting texts. So far (22/8/15), in addition to the chronology , I’ve only put in a couple of minor personal experiences related to prison which follows the chronology, and some other reading material , which will be added to bit by bit. But I wanted to put this out in time for this week’s “solidarity with anarchist prisoners”.

Why Fight the Sweeps?

  • Posted on: 7 June 2015
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)
Fight the Sweeps - Crashing the Mayors Yuppie Luncheon


On May 23rd, the Portland Mercury posted an article announcing that the Mayor Charlie Hales ordered the Portland Police Department to begin the most intensive sweeps of the city’s houseless people and their belongings in years. Portland gets many tourists in the summer, especially during the Rose Festival and Rose Parade. Mayor Hales did not want one of the largest homeless populations in the country visible during Portland’s time to shine.

Meeting at the Dead End - Nihilism, Green Anarchy, and the Desire for Immediate Revolt

  • Posted on: 26 March 2015
  • By: worker

From Fierce Dreams - by Riflebird

We are not autono­mous, we are everywhere and everyone. We are looking to set an invisible trend that is already here, that abandons the shackles of subculture, identity and ideology, and finds comfort in the revolutionary discomfort we all feel. The sui­cidal are in control, destroying the land that feeds us, mediating our relationships with each other and all life on this planet, and establish­ing a global reality that efficiently forces all life to survival as opposed to living.