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PDF: ‘UK Eco-Anarchy’ Zine

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

PDF: UK Eco-Anarchy #0

Direct action and listings for hand out and flypost…

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‘Trying to Fix a Broken Spirit’ – Anarcho-nihilist zine from Bristol (UK)

Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

PDF: ‘Trying to Fix a Broken Spirit’ Zine

“I’d rather scratch cars than gamble on scratch cards, at least I know I’m under no illusion of winning!”

Hooligan poetry from the streets of the scum-town of Bristol, leafy city of disease rotting in the West.

The theme’s grimy and you can combat the down-trodden feeling. Laughing that you have nothing, but nothing holds you back.

That’s what this zine is about.

If you like this zine, read these others:
‘Step into the Unknown’
‘Tool 4 Crowd-control – Class War-Horse’

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New Issue of Anathema! (USA)

Friday, March 8th, 2019

https://anathema.noblogs.org/post/2019/02/25/volume-4-issue-13/

In this issue:

Krasner was Never a Prison Abolitionist
Checking in on Amazon
What Went Down
Policing Update
Whether Guilty or Innocent: The Vaughn 17
Neither God Nor Master
Who do you Protect?
A Review of “Diagnostic of the Future”
Yiddish Anarchist Conference Reportback
World News
Poem: Faceless

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What Savages We Must Be: Vegans Without Morality (USA)

Friday, March 8th, 2019

~ New morals, Same governance ~

“Morality is common sense ideas that we can all agree on. We need to expand morality to include non-human animals.” -Logic commonly found in the vegan movement

Most movements who attempt to make social change en masse rely on the “appeal to morality” tactic as a primary method of gaining support. For example, “Meat is Murder” is a common catch phrase within the animal rights movement. This catch phrase relies on the assumption that all people are against murder since, by the same logic, murder is morally reprehensible. But this assumes that there is a singular, universal morality that guides everyone’s decisions when, in reality, it may have different interpretations to some, and only guide those who embrace it to begin with. For example, some self-proclaimed moralists defend the violent manifestations of patriarchy; others advocate white supremacy and many moralists support violence towards non-human animals. “Common sense” is only common to those who make up the membership of a specific group, who feel the need to universalize its principles. But “common sense” does not apply to others outside that group who have self-interests that run contrary to its assumed collective “good”. Often times, it is not a lack of morality that is problematic but the very existence of morality; the set of principles and values independent of the complexity of self-interest, which externally guide and justify one’s actions. (more…)

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PDF: Solidaridad con lxs represaliadxs del G20

Sunday, February 17th, 2019

Recibido por correo electrónico

A principios de julio de 2017 tuvo lugar en Hamburgo la reunión del g20. Representantes de los países dueños de la economía mundial, planeaban durante dos días como seguir manteniendo ese sistema de miseria, explotación y muerte. Manifestaciones, bloqueos, sabotajes, enfrentamientos con las fuerzas del orden, saqueos… (al igual que ataques descentralizados las semanas previas) pretendieron, y lograron durante muchos momentos, interrumpir el normal funcionamiento de esta cumbre.

El 6 de junio, el día que llegaban los políticos, acompañados de sus más de 6000 delegados, seguidos en todo momento por más de 3000 periodistas y protegidos por unos 10000 policías, estaba convocada una manifestación anticapitalista bajo el lema de Welocome to Hell. (more…)

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PDF: Compilado de textos de los companeros presos del Kolektivo Kamina Libre (Chile)

Sunday, February 17th, 2019

portada kaminalibre

PDF: Kolektivo Kamina Libre. Diciembre 2018

“No podemos alimentar la amnesia, el silencio o kualkier tipo de
inkonsecuencia ke tienda a obviar la existencia de una realidad ke está
presente en Chile (…)”.
Kolektivo Kamina Libre. 2002.

Con esta nueva y última edición buscamos multiplicar algunas palabras que fueron emitidas desde diferentes cárceles de Chile por los compañeros miembros del Kolektivo Kamina Libre (1997-2004) quienes estuvieron más de una década en prisión por haber combatido la dictadura militar y la democracia solapada. (more…)

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PDF: New Issue of Anathema! (USA)

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

https://anathema.noblogs.org/post/2019/01/08/volume-4-issue-12/

Philadelphia Anarchist Publication

In this issue:

2018: Year in Review
Challenging Infrastructure Beyond the State
What Went Down
It’s Robbin’ Season
Selling Out the Neighborhood
From Cyntoia to Bolsonaro
Monkey Wrenches and Black Banners
Wendy Trevino Poem

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USA: Fire Ant – Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity #2

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

[PDF for Printing] (8.5×11)

Fire Ant is a quarterly publication focused on spreading the words of anarchist prisoners and generating material solidarity for our imprisoned friends. Begun as a collaboration between anarchist prisoners and anarchists in Maine, Fire Ant seeks to raise material aid for anarchist prisoners while fostering communication between anarchists on both sides of the walls.

Issue #2 features writings by anarchist prisoners Michael Kimble, Jennifer Gann, Eric King, Sean Swain, Noah Coffin, and Marius Mason, as well as writings in solidarity with anarchist prisoners internationally.

If you would like to support Fire Ant and wider efforts in solidarity with anarchist prisoners, please print and distribute this publication or donate to Bloomington ABC’s Anarchist Prisoner War Fund.

The Fire Ant collective can be contacted at
Fire Ant
PO Box 164
Harmony, ME 04942
USA

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Santiago, $hile: Sale el número 29 del boletín “La Bomba”

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

Portada 29

PDF: La Bomba #29 Septiembre 2018 [especial]

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Anathema – Volume 4 Issue 11 (USA)

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical

Volume 4 Issue 11 (PDF for reading 8.5 x 11)

Volume 4 Issue 11 (PDF for printing 11 x 17)

In this issue:

Cash Bail
Yellow Vests From Afar
Brosnan Security In Chico
Welcome To The Future
Revolutionary Letter #18
On Splitting
N17 Report
Black December
Phones & Security Culture

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PDF: Anarchist Animal Liberation – Zine from Bristol (UK)

Thursday, December 6th, 2018

PDF: Anarchist Animal Liberation – A Collective Project Based on Outcomes & Conversations From Animal Liberation Gatherings

From the introduction: ‘This article has been written as a collective project based on the Bristol Liberation gathering in June 2017. It is intended to give people who weren’t there an idea of some of the conversations we had. We hope that it is written in an accessible way and that it is clear and of interest to both those who are familiar with the idea of animal liberation and those who are new to it.’

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Dark Nights #48 : ‘Without Delay’ by Michela Ortu & Pierleone Porcu (ACN)

Sunday, November 25th, 2018

PDF: Dark Nights #48

International newsletter of social war keeping the black flag flying with a nihilist, anarchist and anti-social revolutionary cover feature written by two comrades in Italy. Usual resistance and repression round ups included. It’s an 8-page hand out for your local squat, social centre, mate’s house or given out at a demo. Help ignite the next wave of the black international – Download, copy and distribute!

1. ‘Without Delay’ by Michela Ortu and Pierleone Porcu.
2. Direct Action Chronology.
3. Repression News.
4. More Than Words.

Anti-Copyright Network

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Against Anarcho-Liberalism and the curse of identity politics (UK)

Sunday, November 25th, 2018

Bahasa: Melawan Anarko-Liberalisme dan Kutukan Politik Identitas (UK)

Anarchism in the UK is a joke. Once symbolising hard-fought struggles for freedom, the word has been stripped bare to make way for narrow-minded, separatist and hateful identity politics by middle class activists keen to protect their own privileges. We write this leaflet to reclaim anarchism from these identity politicians.

We write as self-identified anarchists who see our roots in the political struggles of the past. We are anti-fascists, anti-racists, feminists. We want to see an end to all oppressions and we take an active part in those fights. Our starting point though is not the dense language of lefty liberal academics, but anarchism and its principles: freedom, cooperation, mutual aid, solidarity and equality for all regardless. Hierarchies of power, however they manifest, are our enemies.

Identity politics is part of the society we want to destroy.

Identity politics is not liberatory, but reformist. It is nothing but a breeding ground for aspiring middle class identity politicians. Their long-term vision is the full incorporation of traditionally oppressed groups into the hierarchical, competitive social system that is capitalism, rather than the destruction of that system. The end result is Rainbow Capitalism – a more efficient & sophisticated form of social control where everyone gets a chance to play a part! Confined to the ‘safe space’ of people like them, identity politicians become increasingly detached from the real world. (more…)

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‘Animals Thirsting for Freedom’ – Anti-Speciesism from an Anarchist Point of View (PDF)

Friday, November 23rd, 2018

PDF: Animals Thirsting for Freedom – Booklet

This is a text about antispeciesism from an anarchist point of view. This text was written mostly because of the reactions from reformist organizations following a series of acts of sabotage.

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Anti-Gentrification Direct Actions – Philadelphia 2013-2018 (USA)

Friday, November 16th, 2018

Anti-Gentrification Direct Actions
Philadelphia 2013-2018

Gentrification has been completely changing the city to cater to yuppies, while at the same time erasing the memory and culture of the poor and black and brown people that make up the majority of Philadelphia.

Some might say gentrification is an unstoppable force, a monster that is too far gone and is irreversible in its devastation. Although some of that may be true we don’t want people to forget the struggles of resistance to it or for those struggles to become invisible.

PDF: AGDAP_print

PDF: AGDAP_web

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