Monthly Archives: January 2015

Syriza can’t save greece: From crimethinc.

To share: from the anarchist collective CrimethInc., a further, and excellent, reflection on the significance of the electoral victory of Syriza in greece, to further the debate and to defend, in the words of the collective, “why there’s no electoral … Continue reading

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Scenes from the class struggle in spain

(Photograph by DISO press) Capitalism is a form of government that mobilises power through war.  The field of conflict is not marked by a battle front, but is played out in the everyday of each one of us.  In this … Continue reading

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The political bestiary of capitalism: Syriza, parliamentary democracy, the welfare state, and other creatures too frightful to mention

The less than flattering history of social-democratic, socialist and communist governments is more than ample reason  to be skeptical about the election of a “left wing” Syriza led government in greece; and if not, at least to suggest cautious restraint … Continue reading

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Okupations without borders: The ExMoi occupation in Turin

Squatting is politically significant as part of a conscious project to contest the sanctity of private property, the exclusive role of the State in securing rights and providing for social needs, as experiments in autonomous self-management, which multiplied, both create … Continue reading

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A cinema of resistance: René Vautier

Not so long ago, the earth numbered two thousand million inhabitants: five hundred million men, and one thousand five hundred million natives.  The former had the Word; the others had the use of it. … It came to an end; … Continue reading

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Solidarity with CSA Dordoni

The social center Dordoni in Cremona was attacked on Sunday night by fascists from the extreme right wing group CasaPound, which aspire since 2003 to revive fascist values in Italy. The clashes, under the supervision of the police, left one … Continue reading

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On the Greek Elections etc

The following is not meant to be an exhaustive, well researched piece of writing. Rather, these are reflections, based on impressions, more put together on the spur of the moment, responses to a variety of ideas and words floating in … Continue reading

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Re-thinking our Thinking

There is a view sometimes found among anarchists, anti-authoritarians that racism, sexism, environmental destruction can be eradicated without undermining the essential aspects of capitalism: the development of markets requires the constant expansion of the number of buyers and a certain … Continue reading

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Testimonials from a revolution in Rojava

The Autonomies Collective has assumed no open position on the “Rojava Revolution” for reasons of ignorance. In the absence of consistent information on what is happening in the region, as well as its complexity, we have abstained from judging or … Continue reading

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To change everything: An anarchist appeal

We share below a post that appeared on anarchistnews.org, regarding an initiative from the anarchist group crimetheInc to diffuse, spread, the ideas of anarchism.  The written and video material are excellent and in solidarity, we reproduce the gesture.

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