Tag Archives: anarchism

Leo Tolstoy remembered against the pandemic

But actually history is not the soil of happiness. The periods of happiness are blank pages in it. […] In world history only those peoples that form states can come to our notice. G.W.F. Hegel, General Introduction to the Philosophy … Continue reading

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Remembering a rebel: Peter Kropotkin

Educated men — “civilized,” as Fourier used to say with disdain — tremble at the idea that society might some day be without judges, police, or jailers. But, frankly, do you need them as much as you have been told … Continue reading

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Federación de Anarquistas Gran Canaria (FAGC): Anarchism in struggle

Idealism is necessary, but not based on fantasies and chimeras, but on the real capacity to apply our ideas to transform the environment. We must find the limits of our myths – ideological, theoretical or any other kind – to … Continue reading

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In defence of mutual aid

From The Commoner (21/01/2021), a reflection on mutual aid … Mutual Aid Does Nothing Alone: A Rebuttal to Joanna Wuest In her article ‘Mutual Aid Can’t Do It Alone,’ The Nation author Dr. Joanna Wuest alleges that mutual aid is insufficient to support … Continue reading

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Mutual Aid: “To decentralise itself into non-existence”

In solidarity, we share a mutual aid story, a video testimonial of the Mutual Aid Disaster Relief Richmond, Virginia. We and You and So Many Others: A Story of MAD RVA and Mutual Aid in Richmond, VA … WHO ARE … Continue reading

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Greece: News of struggles

From the CrimethInc. collective (19/01/2021) … New Year’s Notes from Greece under Lockdown: December 2020 and January 2021 At this time, we are reminded of our comrades through banners and graffiti, through brief encounters under the guise of getting exercise … Continue reading

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January 6: The need for real anarchy

From the CrimethInc. collective (12/01/2021) … Why We Need Real Anarchy: Don’t Let Trump’s Minions Gentrify Revolt Politicians have come together across the aisle to decry the storming of the Capitol on January 6 as “lawless,” “anti-democratic,” and “extremist,” going … Continue reading

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January 6: An anarchist response

A anonymous article posted at It’s Going Down (12/01/2021) … A critical anarchist analysis and critique of the recent events in Washington DC and the response from the political Center and mass media.

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In memoriam: Alexandre Skirda (1942-2020)

The dead live on, and with them, the dreams they carried. Gustav Landauer We share below the announcement and obituary of the death of the anarchist militant and historian, Alexandre Skirda, originally published with Freedom News (30/12/2020). This is followed … Continue reading

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“Destruam et ædificabo”: The anarchist proposal

From acracia.org (24/10/2020) … The Latin expression is a biblical quotation that Pierre-Joseph Proudhon put on the cover of his fundamental work, The System of Economic Contradictions, or The Philosophy of Poverty (1846), and it reflects very well the dual … Continue reading

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