Author Archives: Julius Gavroche

Sudan: An unfinished revolution

Reflections on the sudanese revolution (roarmag 17/08/2019) …

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The Hong Kong insurrection: Reading the shape of things to come from tactics

From an anonymous contributor, news from Hong Kong’s ongoing insurrection (posted on Its going down 13/08/2019) …

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In solidarity with russian anarchists

From the CrimethInc. Collective (14/08/2019) …

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In solidarity with Vincenzo Vecchi and all imprisoned anarchists

News of the arrest of Vincenzo Vecchi in france last week reminds all of us yet again of the determination of State authorities to silence and criminalise dissidence, by whatever means available. Vecchi was finally condemned by italian courts in … Continue reading

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No border politics

A reflection and defence of an anarchist politics of no borders …

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André Gorz: An apology for a radical ecology

Amidst the multiplication of news of our ecological catastrophe, of proliferating extinction rebellions and proposed green new deals, and inspired by a recent posting by the lundi matin collective, we return to a seminal essay by André Gorz entitled “Their … Continue reading

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The many faces of fascism

From the CrimethInc. Collective (12/08/2019) …

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Forgotten sisters

We bring to an end our series dedicated to “voices of revolutionary feminism”, initiated with the essay Sabotaging Gender and Feminism, without any illusions about have said the last word on the subject. We close by sharing an article that … Continue reading

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Women and a revolution betrayed: Nicaragua

Voices of revolutionary feminism, or of revolutions forgotten and devoured from within … Anarchists always had great difficulties with the post-WWII anti-colonial movements and “third world” revolutions. Anarchists seemed to have been left by the wayside, as literally tens, hundreds, … Continue reading

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The anarchy of woodstock

The Commune was the biggest festival of the nineteenth century. Underlying the events of that spring of 1871 one can see the insurgents’ feeling that they had become the masters of their own history, not so much on the level … Continue reading

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