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Viva Bresci!

Remembering Gaetano Bresci, with the Crimethinc. collective …

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Fighting fascism in italy and beyond

From the CrimethInc Collective (10/05/2018) … Italy: We Partisans – Resisting the Wave of Fascism, Spring 2018 In February and March, during the run-up to the elections, Italy experienced a period of intense conflict between fascists and anti-fascists analogous to the … Continue reading

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The long and winding May of 1968 (3): The italian autonomist movement

Autonomy is the body without organs of politics, anti-hierarchical, anti-dialectical, anti-representative.  It is not only a political project, it is a project for existence. Individuals are never autonomous: they depend on external recognition.  The autonomous body is not exclusive or … Continue reading

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Reading events in italy with infoaut

As italians are called upon to vote in a change of the guard, we share a reflection from the alternative media collective infoaut.org, on the increasingly violent institutional politics that is put into practice against the country’s social movements …

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Fascism is the distilled poison of capitalism: Macerata, Italy

When a fascist feels that s/he is free to set upon others with impunity, to insult, to threaten, to maim and to kill those that are deemed a menace to the national-racial body, then anti-capitalists are already in a position … Continue reading

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For May Day: C.S.O.A. Forte Prenestino in Rome

From a friend of Autonomies … To celebrate the first of May inside a fort, a real historical fort with all the massive walls, heavy, imposing. To remember that there was once an attempt, here, on this piece of land, … Continue reading

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Revolution is everywhere: House occupations in Rome

The understanding that capitalism is more than a form of economic organisation-exploitation, that the exploitation of labour presupposes the creation and reproduction of the conditions of that exploitation, and that today the production of those conditions is itself a source … Continue reading

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Dancing life: Radical gestures of okupied social centres

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

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State terror in egypt: For Giulio Regeni

On the 3rd February, the lifeless body of the italian student and journalist Giulio Regeni was found in a ditch in a peripheral neighbourhood of Cairo.  It was then learned that he had been kidnapped by egyptian police on the … Continue reading

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Erri de Luca acquitted! Another defeat for thick headed prosecutors

Autonomies had earlier published news of the italian writer Erri de Luca’s trial for terrorism for having spoken of the need to stop, even by sabotage, the building of the high spreed train link between France and Italy (click here).  … Continue reading

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