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Roll Call: Green Scare Anarchist Bookfair May 9th-10th 2020

  • Posted on: 9 January 2020
  • By: anon (not verified)

With hysterical excitement, we announce the dates of this year's Green Scare Anarchist Bookfair!

In the midst of two governmental forces flexing with military attacks, we celebrate The Coming Collapse with live music, free vegan food, sobriety, and anarchy on May 9th through the 10th!

Does the lock-step march of industrial expansion, technological dominion, and wage-slavery have you feeling fatigued? Does your heart ache from witnessing the utter failure of leftism and positive politics? Are you fed up with the constant demand of identity politicians?

Interview With Warzone Distro - Uncivilized Podcast 6

  • Posted on: 8 January 2020
  • By: thecollective
Interview With Warzone Distro - Uncivilized Podcast 6

From Uncivilized Podcast

Today we sit down with some good friends at Warzone Distro and discuss some topics such as the Green Scare Anarchist Bookfair, the origins of Warzone, identity politics, straight-edge, veganism, and more! We'd like to thank everyone at Warzone for their time; they are wonderful people who give way to very meaningful discussion.

Warzone Distro New Zines List Novemeber 2019 (with more to come)

  • Posted on: 2 November 2019
  • By: anon (not verified)
Warzone Distro New Zines List Novemeber 2019 (with more to come)

From https://warzonedistro.noblogs.org/

Warzone Distro New Zines List Novemeber 2019 (with more to come)

Degenerations: Between Pride and Gender Victimhood by Anna Beniamino (currently held captive by the state)

“I am anarchist, I am not feminist because I see feminism as a sectorial and victimist withdrawal, I have never made any gender discrimination although I don’t use gender­friendly linguistic conventions, on the contrary I often use dirty politically incorrect language. I think that the annulment of gender privilege and similar oppression is already contained in the search for anarchy, that is to say in the practice of anti­-authoritarian relations, and should be cultivated there. Ah, I forgot, I loathe consciousness-­raising in public meetings and I also consider assemblies to be blunt instruments. I understand and also have the will to meet. But I see how all too often the assembly degenerates into sterile self­-representation.”

Green House Distro

  • Posted on: 4 May 2019
  • By: anon (not verified)

Green House Distro is a collective based out of the Southeast focusing on topics of anti-authoritarian, anti-civilization, post-left, vegan, straight-edge, individualist and drop-out (lifestyle anarchy). We call ourselves nihilist because of the impending doom of climate catastrophe caused by our current set of living arrangements - civilization. We do not see any hope with this set of living arrangements. Instead of living for the future or a better day we aim to live for NOW. Destroy that which destroys you.

Warzone Distro's List of New Zines

  • Posted on: 2 May 2019
  • By: anon (not verified)

Greetings all!

Below are the newest zines released including the looong awaited (my bad) compilation zine "INSURGENCY: An Anarchist Journal of Total Destruction". I personally would like to thank everyone who contributed writing to that. I apologize for the delay with it. I wanted to make sure everyone had plenty of unpressured time to finish writing their contributions.

These zines below including many others will be available at the Warzone Distro table at the upcoming Green Scare Anarchist Bookfair May 11th-12.

Newest zines:

AnPrim On Fire: Human Supremacy Within Anarcho-Primitivist Narrative

  • Posted on: 22 March 2019
  • By: Ria

From Vegan Primitivist

Within anarcho-primitivism plays an ongoing dialectic pinpointing origins of the problem of civilization. Impugning only capitalism or the industrial age is seen as much too timid. From the left, radical environmental activist leader and author Derrick Jensen notably impugns the point people exceed their capacity for self-sufficiency, the dawn of cities. In Ishmael and The Story of B novelist and civilization critic Daniel Quinn renders agriculture as human’s dichotomizing choice to be Givers or Takers. Couple cities with agriculture and you’ve hit the anprim sweet spot.