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Queerness, Anarchism & Oscar Wilde

via The Final Straw Radio

The Intertwined Histories of Queerness and Anarchism; Guest Interview with Kristian Williams about his new book on Oscar Wilde

This week we are pleased to present a guest interview with author Kristian Williams about his new book Resist Everything Except Temptation: The Anarchist Philosophy of Oscar Wilde which was released in June 2020 from AK Press.

Solecast w/ Crimethinc Participant

via the solecast

Revolutionary Horizons of the Pandemic w/a Crimethinc Participant

In this episode of the solecast I sit down with a crimethinc participant. I view crimethinc as some of my favorite philosophers of “anarchy,” with no adjectives. Throughout the pandemic their instincts have been spot on so I’m excited to share this conversation.

A Primer on Police Crowd-Control Tactics

These 8 episodes of Immediatism podcast cover an array of topics to help you see crowds and terrain through a policing lens, in order to predict what police behaviors will be. Includes policing analysis of crowds, tactics, formations, and communications, gleaned mainly from a military operations manual, along with other mainstream sources of policing methods. The conclusion includes anarchist applications of this knowledge. The text as a whole provides a line of argument for not operating as a crowd, although one might use a crowd as cover, diversion, etc. From the Tom Nomad book, The Master's Tools: Warfare & Insurgent Possibility, put out by Repartee and available from LittleBlackCart.com.

John Moore's A Primitivist Primer, on Immediatism

This essay answers the questions, What is Anarcho-Primitivism?, How is it Different from Anarchism & Other Ideologies?, How Does it View Technology?, and What About Population?, as well as how to make contacts with anarcho-primitivists. From the book Anarchist Speculations, Writings by John Moore, from Ardent Press and LittleBlackCart.com, which includes tributes to John and an introduction by Aragorn!. This book is highly recommended!

MARGINS OF REALITY - Massimo Passamani

MARGINS OF REALITY -- Episode 1: Massimo Passamani

MARGINS OF REALITY is a new podcasting project undertaken by a group of friends who share an intense passion for anarchy and limitless experimentation. We have been collaborating with each other for quite some time on a number of print projects (some of which will be familiar to the more notorious cretins out there), another podcast (over at www.freeradicalradio.net), and a weekly anarchist reading group that most of us have been attending for years. In embarking on this new endeavor, our intention is not only to document and share some of the insights, aporias, and experiences that have emerged out of our conversations and lived experiences of revolt; we also aim to create for ourselves and others a space of limitless experimentation and limitless self-creation for those with the audacity to "base [their] affair on nothing" and consciously construct their life against all domination and submission.

Art & The Void w/ Margaret Killjoy

From Last Born in the Wilderness

In the wake of the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests and uprisings since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, "anarchists" have been in the news. Whether it’s President Trump calling for the arrest of "radical-left anarchists" and "Antifa," or Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden stating that “arsonists and anarchists should be prosecuted,” there is a long history of anarchists being scapegoated by the political elite in times of civil unrest.

Elephant in the room

Elephant in the room – International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners

From International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners, 23 – 30 August via Elephant in the Room

– International Week of Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners

A new decade has started on this planet. With the rise of right-wing movements and the slow decline of social democracy, we are looking into coming years of intense struggle with the state and capitalism. There are already many anarchists sitting in prisons for taking on this fight—forgotten or ignored by liberals and human rights NGOs for “violent” actions.

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