Monthly Archives: March 2015
Spanish authorities have again targeted anarchists, arresting 13 on the grounds of belonging to criminal organisations with terrorist aims and 25 others for resisting the police. Early morning, on the 30th of March, on orders from the Juzgado Central … Continue reading
Against austerity, against the savaging of the public-state services, a commons built through decades of popular struggles against Capital, Québec students, workers, the unemployed, have called for an indefinite social strike in the province, beginning on the 21st of March, … Continue reading
(Photographs by Alexey Titarenko) In revolution, everything happens incredibly quickly, just like in dreams in which people seem to be freed from gravity. Gustave Landauer, Revolution We have merely to tear down the Bastilles of the future, restructure the past … Continue reading
The two years old Vio.Me. factory occupation in Thessaloniki, greece, a radical experiment in workers self-management and community solidarity, is threatened by a court decision which risks forcing the liquidation of machinery and factory premises. If the decision goes … Continue reading
The aim was disruption; not a demonstration as normal event, a weekend affair to idle away one’s idleness. As Blockupy announced, the March 18th intervention against the inaugural ceremony of the European Central Bank’s new headquarter’s building, was directed at interrupting … Continue reading
We share below an essay by David Graeber on a report by the the department of justice of the united states on the Ferguson Police Department, originally published on Gawker (19/03/2015). See also Black Skin White Cops.
With each passing day of the New University/Amsterdam student occupation, the movement resonantes locally and beyond the country’s borders. The commodification of education is global; if restrained in the past, it is today without leash, and runs amok among the … Continue reading
From the Guardian (18/03/2015), we have learned today that students of the London School of Economics have occupied the central administration room at the university in protest at what they call the marketisation of higher education.
The revolution takes place in our everyday present … Manresa, a small city of the region of Bages, in Catalonia, is an industrial centre in decline, with numerous industries closed or in a state of terminal crisis. Like a sort … Continue reading
(Yuksel Arslan) Capitalism’s need for wealth extraction in an increasingly urbanised human space can only force it to turn upon itself, to consume itself, in gestures of commodity autophagia. But if cannibalism could once serve as a mode of sacrificial … Continue reading