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325 #9 features articles like : “For Riotous Assemblies not Reasonable Dissent”, “Letter from Anarchist/Antifascist Prisoner Thomas Blak”, “The Struggle Against the Existent Continues”, “To address moral elitism within the anarchist milieu in response to the rioters of August 6th onwards…”, “Incitement to Burn”, “Beyond the ‘Movement’ – Anarchy!”, “Against the British ‘anti-capitalist movement’: Brief notes on their ongoing failure”, “‘Rain & Fire’ by a UK sector of FAI”, “A few notes on recent repressive attacks against anarchists in Italy”, “To believe, to obey and to work”, “‘Direct Action’ by Rodolfo Gonzalez Pacheco”, “About the case of Silvia, Costas & Billy”, “About Solidarity”, “About the “Conspiracy of Cells of Fire” case”, “P.Argyrou – Statement to the Court”, “Cells of Fire are Our Souls”, “Political Statement of P.Masouras”, “‘DO NOT SAY THAT WE ARE FEW’ by FAI”, “Mass sabotage in Berlin”, “Sketches of the last few years anti-militarist praxis in Germany”, “‘There is nothing to reform’ by Gabriel Pombo da Silva”, “Liebig 14 Evicted”, “Solidarity with Chilean Struggle”, “‘With the Rebels…’ by Rodolfo Gonzalez Pacheco”, “Tortuga Presente! Active Solidarity with Luciano!”, “News from the Social War in Sulawesi and Java – Indonesia”, and much much more…
325 #8 features articles like : “For Mass Struggle & Subversion”, “Who are we talking to”, “What are Anarchists?”, “Revenge for Carlo Guiliani”, ” Revolutionary Solidarity”, “Notes from the gathering against prison society”, “Fire on the Breeze: Letters & Communiques from Greece”, “Letter from Revolutionary Struggle 3″, “The Only Answer to Modern Totalitarianism is Social Revolution”, “Letter from Sarantos Nikitopoulos”, “‘Claim of Responsibility’ by Sect of Revolutionaries”, “Declarations”, Interview with Jean Weir”, “Letter from Gabriel Pombo da Silva”, “International Resistance News”, plus more. Cutting edge international anarchist theory and action.
325 #7 features “International Resistance News”, “Conversation on Affinity Groups, Intermediate Struggle and Insurrection”, “Texts from the Greek Insurrection”, “Why a Vanguard? The Organisational Question”, “Insurrectionalist Anarchism – Informal Organisation”, “Letter from Francesco Gioia”, “Germany 2009 – An Overview”, “Agitations in Italian Prison”, “Attack the Arms Factories – Solidarity with the EDO defendants”, “About the Prison Revolt in Caxias, Portugal”, “Letter from Vigo”, “A Tale of Sand, & Those Who Feed From It”, “Black Bloc Communique, Strasborg anti-Nato”, “In Gaza Like Everywhere”, “Secrets & Lies”, “Repression & Reports” + an extensive section about the anarchist resistance in Chile, an exclusive excerpt from the new Elephant Editions book, “Adios Prison” by Juan Jose Garfia (as spoken by Xose Tarrio) and much, much more.
Articles include: ‘International Resistance News’, ‘From Autonomous Space to Liberated Space’, ‘Thoughts on our meetings together’, ‘Berlin : In Chaos (Autonomous Days of Action 2008)’, ‘Notes from International Anti-Prison Gathering, Germany’, ‘The Situation of Freddy, Marcelo and Andrea’, ‘The European Silicon Valley’, ‘An overview of the hungerstrike in the German prisons’, ‘Is the illegalist anarchist our comrade? by Emile Armand’, ‘Letter from Fenix Delgado’, ‘In the Shadow of the G8: Repression and Revolt in Japan’, ‘Repression & Reports’, ‘Notes on Ketamine’ + much more.
325 #5 features: “The Bombs (1915) from ‘Carteles I’ (a series of anarchist texts circulating in the Spanish prison system)”, “Report from the Autonomous Space Gathering, Dijon, France”, “Towards a Warm 2008 (on the fight for autonomous spaces in Berlin)”, “Anti-G8 2007: Report and Analysis (including first hand accounts and chronology of all known actions)”, “Letter from Gabriel Pombo da Silva (escapee from the notorious FIES prison system in Spain – now in German prison)”, “Prison Revolt in Belgium”, “Against the Leaders (from ‘Carteles I’)”, “Running Away From the Prison Society (from ‘Incognito’ a booklet written by people living on the run)”, “Perspective from a ‘Black Bloc’ participant in the riot against ‘Atlantica’ (neo-liberal conference in Halifax, Canada in June 2007)”, “Anti-Colonial struggle in Kanada (Brief history of resistance, actions against the Winter Olympics in 2010, information on John Graham’s framed murder trial)”, “Stunning like Marassi in Flames (text describing the liberation of Newgate prison in London during the Gordon riots of 1780 – taken from a film called ‘Detour’ about the G8 in Genoa 2001 regarding the attempted liberation of Marassi prison)”, plus much more.
325 #4 features: “Why Anti-Prison”, “Interview with Rebel Jill, Anarchist in Japan”, “Report from Nagai Park eviction, Osaka, Japan”, “Letter to the comrades of the F.A.I, from Gabriel Pombo da Silva”, “Letter from Giannis Dimitrakis, in Koridallos prison, Greece”, “Prison Society, Reformism, and Insurrection”, “Letter from Silvia Guerin, of ‘IL Silvestre’, Italy”
And much more!
325 #3 features: “Interview with Jean-Marc Rouillian”, French prisoner serving time for actions with the militant group, ‘Action Directe’; “Breaking out of the Ghetto: Lessons from the CPE struggle”, a report about the French labour struggle from an insurrectionary participant; “Interview with Laudelino Iglesias Martinez: 25 years of prison and his life in F.I.E.S.”, about the struggle against the Spanish isolation units; And much more..
‘Insurrection’ is an anarchist magazine of the 1980′s which was edited by Jean Weir of Elephant Editions, UK. Amongst agitational news reports of rebellion and repression, the publication carried some of the first English language translations of the work of Italian anarchist insurrectionist, Alfredo M. Bonanno, and remains an example of a high-quality revolutionary anarchist publication which has a confrontational analysis coupled with lasting insight.
Insurrection is the first publication to carry the key basic perspectives of anarchist insurrectional theory and methodology emerging at that time. Texts such as ‘Affinity Group’, ‘Why Insurrection’, ‘Beyond Workerism, Beyond Syndicalism’, ‘Informal Organisation’, ‘Beyond the Structure of Synthesis’, ‘Towards A New Projectuality’ and ‘Autonomous Base Nucleus’, all back to back with action reports informing and illuminating these theoretical ideas which have developed and spread around the world, becoming ‘dangerous’ tools in the hands of uncontrollables everywhere. Click the link to download and read the magazines in PDF format : ‘Insurrection’ PDFs online now (Elephant Editions Classics)
44 pages of antisystem anarchic-insurgence. Featuring amongst other texts:
- One Year After... (August 2011)
- War against the information-age : a future of mass social control
- Perspectives about the energetic collapse of the techno-industrial society
- Bio-economy, a way out of the crisis
- Class modifications
- Excluded and Included
- Science in the aid of control : Robotics and aerial drones
- Radioactive spills and nuclear crisis
- On Sabotage and Terrorism
- FAI-FRI/CCF "Lone wolves are not alone".
International Network of Counter-Information & Translation
Pola Roupa, Nikos Maziotis, Kostas Gournas are imprisoned anarchist comrades in Greece who have taken responsibility, as well as of slain comrade Lambros Foundas, of membership of the Revolutionary Organisation - Revolutionary Struggle. Their actions and their articulate anarchist analysis of capitalism and their high hopes for social revolution press a question to each reader who is ready to rebel and embrace their freedom. On 24 October 2011 their trial began. You can find updates about the process translated into English here and here. Update: N. Maziotis, P.Roupa and their baby-son, Victor Lambros have escaped into clandestinity and gone underground. Stay Free.
"This pamphlet is a meeting point of comrades from all over the world. An imaginary meeting since the walls and bars of the prisons where we are temporarily keep our bodies hostage. But our meanings remain free, escape from the cells of prison and are expressed with words continuing to provoke authority.
Words that still smell of fire and gunpowder, words which carry with them all of our hate for the system, words unrepentant and armed, words which transfer stresses and desires, words which break the isolation of prison, words full of passion for the mutiny we want to continue, words from Chile, Mexico, America, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Bulgaria, Indonesia..."CCF
The so-called "Security Case" concerns our revolutionary comrades Juan Aliste Vega, Marcelo Villarroel Sepulveda, and Freddy Fuentevilla Saa, who are currently held captive in prisons of the Chilean State. Some background info. See also here.