Monthly Archives: June 2016
The british referendum to quit the european union, driven by populist nationalism, racism, xenofobia; a referendum organised by a right-wing political party and imagined by all others; the fantasy of substituting one authoritarian capitalism by yet another more vile: none … Continue reading
From Roarmag, we share below a report on the militant teachers strike in Oaxaca, mexico, which the State authorities seem determined to crush by whatever means necessary. With the toll of detained, wounded and killed rising, what seems to be … Continue reading
With the Crimethinc. collective’s series on democracy in the background, which we have been sharing, a complementary article has been recently posted, authored by b. traven, which again we believe merits consideration.
We believe, without any doubt, that it is when each anonymous being gains consciousness of her/his pure potential and capacity to act, it is then when the wheel of dissidence begins to turn. It is then that it is unstoppable. … Continue reading
Anarchism as non-substantive, as something not reducible to a completed ideology, or organisation; anarchism not as a closed space to be defended, protected against an outside; anarchism as no-thing, as the refusal of any sovereignty; anarchy rather than anarch-ism; in … Continue reading
Je me révolte, donc nous sommes. Albert Camus, L’Homme révolté What follows below is a rich reflection on insurrection originally published in Anarchy: A Journal of Desire Armed, N° 70/71 and 72/73 (04/06/2016). The essay, authored by Lupus Dragonowl and entitled … Continue reading
We share below the trailer to, and the first episode, of an 11 part series “No Borders: Social Struggles Across the USA” by the international anarchist media team, Sur Negro Productions, in collaboration with members of Black Rose/Rosa Negra and … Continue reading
We share below a text from The Undercommoning Collective against the contemporary neoliberal-capitalist university, originally published with Roarmag (05/06/2016). The Collective is an evolving network of radical organizers within, against and beyond the neoliberal, (neo)colonial university, presently concentrated in North … Continue reading
Nuit Debout in Paris and elsewhere in france continues to occupy public squares, after now two months. The “movement’s” resilience testifies to agencies and virtues that are quickly passed over or ignored by far too many. This is of course … Continue reading
In June of 2014, we posted news about a series of okupations of banks in Catalonia, with the aim of creating social centres. One such okupation was baptised the Banc Expropiat of the Gràcia neighbourhood in Barcelona.