Monthly Archives: December 2016
From Freedom News … The editor of Meydan Gazette in Istanbul was jailed for a year and three months on December 22nd for “propagandising the methods of a terror organisation” in a free-speech case which dragged on for nearly a … Continue reading
I find the greatest freedom in the stricture of a form that paradoxes abnormality within a norm. I would bow down before just one– one who bows before none. I should know who that one might be who could do … Continue reading
Dancers and the dictator, Wissam Al Jazairy Without any pretense of a well founded critical evaluation of political events in syria, in the context of a multi-front civil conflict between imperialist and proto-state actors, we share two anarchist reflections on … Continue reading
Get into the neighbourhoods, don’t be afraid of hostility, suspicion, quarrels and base passions, that, I assure you, you will encounter. Take advantage rather of the fact that the virtual recuperation penetrates even into those with an empty stomach. Seek … Continue reading
Anarchy is not a social form, but a method of individuation. No society will concede to me more than a limited freedom and a well-being that it grants to each of its members. But I am not content with this … Continue reading
As a complement to our last post, the essay “The limits of community” by Ruymán Rodríguez, we share the first of two essays, among others cited by Rodríguez, that help to further understand the bases of his reflection. The first essay, … Continue reading
We share an essay by Ruymán Rodríguez that critically evaluates the radical poltical potential of the idea of community. Without defending the need to abandon the creation of communities as part of a larger anarchist political project, Rodríguez nevertheless argues … Continue reading
Today okupied social centres play today a fundamental role in the renewal, constitution and radicalisation of social movements. Where there presence is marked (e.g. greece, spain, italy), they themselves often constitute a challenge to both State and an economy based … Continue reading
What follows is the second of a two part essay from the collective Out of the Woods, posted on Libcom.org, reflecting on refugees-migrants, climate change, the violence of border politics, anti-migrant populisms and no borders politics.
What follows is the first of a two part essay from the collective Out of the Woods, posted on Libcom.org, reflecting on refugees-migrants, climate change, the violence of border politics, anti-migrant populisms and no borders politics.