Posts Tagged ‘Gustavo Rodriguez’
Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
Jornadas Informales Anárquicas 2013 – Simposio Internacional
Ciclo de Conferencias y Debates con los compañeros:
Alfredo Maria Bonanno.
27-28 y 29 de Diciembre 2013.
Proyección de Documentales.
Friday, April 12th, 2013
Edizioni Sole Nero: “Sulla tendenza anarchica informale – Una conversazione tra Cospiracion Acrata e Gustavo Rodriguez su teoria e pratica della cosiddetta Tendenza Anarchica Informale, o del nuovo insurrezionalismo anarchico”
Third issue of SOLE NERO Edizioni
It is out now the ITALIAN translation of the interview made by the Mexican comrades of Cospiracion Acrata with the insurrectionary anarchist Gustavo Rodriguez, on the theory and praxis of the so-called Anarchist Informal Tendency, or new anarchist insurrectionalism.
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“Antagonistic violence: Approaches to the armed struggle in urban environments from an anarchist perspective” by Gustavo Rodriguez (Mexico)
Saturday, December 1st, 2012
Newly translated text from comrade Gustavo Rodriguez, which was an introductory text for a debate in Mexico about antagonistic violence, that happened in October 2011.
From Flying Theory.
Tags: 1st of May Group, 2nd June Movement, Abraham Guillén, Angry Brigade, Antagonistic violence, Azione Rivoluzionaria, Carlos Marighella, Centre of Anarchist Information (CEDIA), Flying Theory, Gustavo Rodriguez, Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI), Insurrection, International Revolutionary Solidarity Movement (MSRI), Internationalist Groups of Revolutionary Action (GARI), Mexico, Mexico City, Movimiento Iberico de Liberacion (MIL), Red Army Faction (RAF), Red Brigades, Repression, Revolutionary Cells (RZ), Weather Underground
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Sunday, November 25th, 2012
A new version of the Spanish-language insurrectionary anarchist zine from Mexico is out now.
Includes a chronology of actions and communiques from anarchist groups in Mexico and internationally, an exchange between C.A. & Gustavo Rodriguez (an insurrectionary anarchist comrade living in Mexico, originally from Cuba), and analysis of the on-going struggle against domination. The insurrectionary tendency in Mexico continues to develop a strong anti-civilization/anti-technology praxis through action and discourse.
“¡Por la Anarquia!” C.A.