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Posts Tagged ‘USA’

Open-source guide on how to send anonymous blackfaxes to DHS-ICE

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

# How to send anonymous blackfaxes for free

#OPMeltICE #OPCrushICE #ChingaLaMigra #OpenSourceInsurgency #antifasec

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### Step One: Establish a connection using a VPN or the Tor Project

[The Tor Project](
https://www.torproject.org/
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[Bitmask VPN](
https://bitmask.net/
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Posted in No Borders

USA: Final Message from Anarchist Antifascist Fighter Will Van Spronsen, Killed in Combat on 13.07.19

Monday, July 15th, 2019

Here is the final message the anarchist fighter Will Van Spronsen left for his comrades before carrying out an armed attack against the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, Washington on July 13th, 2019.

there’s wrong and there’s right.
it’s time to take action against the forces of evil.

evil says one life is worth less than another.
evil says the flow of commerce is our purpose here.
evil says concentration camps for folks deemed lesser are necessary.
the handmaid of evil says the concentration camps should be more humane.
beware the centrist.
(more…)

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Posted in No Borders

PDF: June Issue of Anathema by comrades in Philadephia (USA)

Monday, June 24th, 2019

Volume 5 Issue 3 (PDF for reading 8.5 x 11)

Volume 5 Issue 3 (PDF for printing 11 x 17)

In this issue:

Powerplant
Racist Cops
Sinkhole
What Went Down
Youth Migrant Jail
Talking Repression
A-Space Conflict
Giannis Escapes!
American Sonnet

https://anathema.noblogs.org/post/2019/06/22/volume-5-issue-3/

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San Francisco: Anarchists attack Indonesian consulate with Paint-bombs against May Day repression (USA)

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO, EE.UU.: ANARQUISTAS ATACAN EL CONSULADO DE INDONESIA CON BOMBAS DE PINTURA CONTRA LA REPRESIÓN DEL PRIMERO DE MAYO

On June 1, a modest mob of 20+ anarchists in San Francisco carried out an attack in solidarity with our comrades in so-called Indonesia where 600+ anarchists were arrested this May Day. We threw 60 paintbombs and heavily tagged the Indonesian Consulate with circle-(A)s to send a message to the Indonesian government that despite the distance between us and our comrades, the State is not safe and will always be attacked.

The actions of the Indonesian comrades, simple gestures of paint on walls, resonated with us. In the afterimages of their act, and in their call for solidarity, we recognized friends across the dying ocean. Even more than expressing our contempt for the Indonesian State, we want to convey our love to the comrades struggling within and against its false borders. Ferocity and Strength to those facing repression and those on the run. (more…)

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Posted in Direct Action

Anathema : Anarchist publication from Philadelphia – Vol 5 #2 (USA)

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

https://anathema.noblogs.org/post/2019/05/21/volume-5-issue-2/

In this issue:

What is a Collective?
Tactics Innovation Update
What Went Down
Whither the Insurrection II
Representation is Indirect Action
Galleanist Centennial
Vaughn 17 Update
In Memory of Mauricio Morales
World News
Immanent Immigration Arrests
Go-Gurt Reportback
Whereas (Poem)

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June 11, 2019 statement from Marius Mason (USA)

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

I can hardly believe that it has been another year passing and it is J11 again. I am so thankful for this annual touch point as an opportunity to reach out to my community on the outside and to take stock of the year. It is hard to take in that I have been locked up for more than a decade, and even more sobering to realize how many comrades have been incarcerated for MULTIPLE decades. They have my infinite admiration for maintaining their integrity and for keeping their vision alive through so many years.

I always want to thank all the good folks who do solidarity events to mark this day. I am sure that as I do, all of the anarchist prisoners draw much strength and courage from knowing that you all have our back and have worked so hard to send that immense love across borders and through the bars. There has been way too much hate and “othering” around borders these days. It’s a powerful message to send love instead, and to question the legitimacy of any borders that separate or devalue us as living beings, all equally sharing this planet. (more…)

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Posted in Prison Struggle

May Day Anti-Gentrification Actions in Philadelphia (USA)

Friday, May 3rd, 2019

For May Day we claim responsibility for the following actions:

-Deflating the tires and painting the windshield of a yuppie housing shuttle bus.
-Throwing paint at the facade of two OCF properties.
-Smashing glass and cutting all non-hydraulic cables of at least four construction machines at the site of a development project intending to manicure a once wild place.

All of our targets are part of the ongoing gentrification of the city.

Solidarity with the comrades in Italy facing repression.

On May Day anarchists aren’t sleeping!

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Posted in Direct Action

PDF: April Issue of Anathema (USA)

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

https://anathema.noblogs.org/post/2019/04/16/volume-5-issue-1/

In this issue:

Manifest Gentrification
Update on the Shooting of Kaleb Belay
What Went Down
Save on Septa and Get a Free Pizza!
Hearing the Calls
Dockless Scoots and Bikes
Campus Organizing
Assessing Risk
Ongoing Infrastructure Scars Across the Land
Whither the Insurrection?
Identity and Power
The Revolution Will be Messy
International Solidarity
Super Happy Fun
We Can Fight Gentrification
Revolutionary Letter

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June 11th: The international day of solidarity with Marius Mason and long-term anarchist prisoners

Monday, April 1st, 2019

June 11th: The international day of solidarity with Marius Mason and long-term anarchist prisoners. In the 15 years this tradition has been observed, June 11th has facilitated support and action inspired by imprisoned anarchists — from noise demonstrations outside of jails to letter-writing nights, from fundraisers to arson. Setting aside this day is one way of remembering anarchists who are serving long prison sentences, generating support for them, and inspiring solidarity actions.

Because social struggles phase in and out, this day is a way to make sure that our imprisoned comrades are not forgotten. Our lack of memory is partially a result of the techno-alienation of the larger culture we’re fighting against. But it’s also a product of the dynamics of the anarchist space. People become burnt out and the cycle of forgetting continues.

June 11th is a way of combating that amnesia, of trying to sustain a long-term memory in the anarchist space. Not only does this generate support for anarchists locked in the state’s prisons, it forces us to look back at what came before. Considering what previous generations did can both inspire us with ideas we’ve forgotten, and help us understand how our current practices came to be. (more…)

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‘We Will Never Abandon Rojava’ by Keith Malik Washington (USA)

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

From AMW:

“Revolutionary change will not come as a singular event, nor an immediate exchange of power, but an ongoing struggle to free us all from the bonds of oppression and distribute power to communities of resistance. The illusion that a small group can seize state power and enact the will of the majority has dried up in the gulags, prisons, and killing fields of nation-states around the world. The Cantons of Rojava, a network of councils without the State, has introduced a new revolutionary paradigm… As we formulate our next steps, we harken to Rojava as a model. Just as it is grounded in the Kurdish liberation movement in Rojava, we here must ground ourselves in the black liberation movement against slavery.”

Burn Down the American Plantation (What We’re Working Towards), pg 68-69, Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement

Revolutionary Greetings Comrades!

Did you really think for one moment that I was going to remain silent?

I began working with RAM because of Rojava. The Kurdish struggle struck home. Do you realize that these Sisters and Brothers in Northern Iraq and Syria helped fight and defeat ISIS? Yeah! That is right! These beautiful people, who Donald Trump wants to abandon, sacrificed their lives for the good of all. I was careful when I decided to speak out. Right around the time Trump made his announcement that the U.S. would pull out of Syria – George W. Bush had died. It wasn’t really good for me to say what I needed to say but now I am going to say it!! (more…)

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Posted in Prison Struggle

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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Wild Resistance #6 – A Journal of Primal Anarchy (USA)

Sunday, February 17th, 2019

No 6. Winter 2019.
210 pages. Printed on recycled paper.
Ebook/PDF versions are out now.
Books ship late February 2019.

Click here to pre-order the book.
Click here to buy the EBook.

Opening Editorial: Kevin Tucker
Reachin’ Out
ESSAYS
To the Captives: Kevin Tucker
The Spectacular Growth and Failure of Cities: John Zerzan
Wolf Encounters: Four Legged Human
Breath at the Threshold: Joan Kovatch
Surprisingly Peaceful Extreme Anarchies: Peter Gardner
Art and Meaning: John Zerzan
Walking: Gabriella Halas
The Puzzle of Symbolic Thought: John Zerzan
Fucking it Up: Fossil
Twilight of the Evening Lands: John Zerzan
Sex & Gender, Less Exact: Kevin Tucker
DISCUSSION
Human Nature: John Zerzan
Rewilding with Children: Two Filthy Trolls
The Case Against Philosophy: John Zerzan
Casing Philosophy: Cliff Hayes
This is Not a Pipebomb: Kevin Tucker
Philosophy, Case-Skinned: Joan Kovatch
The Postmodern Now: John Zerzan
FIELD NOTES FROM THE PRIMAL WAR
True Crime Case File: Attacks on Self-Driving Cars
Hunters by Choice: an Interview with Luis Felipe Torres Espinoza
The Point of Contact: an Interview with Madhusree Mukerjee
Regardless of Intent: an Interview with Sita Venkateswar
Block 22: Cliff Hayes
REVIEWS
Affluence without Abundance
The Horse in Human History
Wolf Nation
We
Natural Causes
Lost Connections

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Posted in Eco Struggle

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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USA: Green Scare Anarchist Bookfair call for band/music project submissions

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

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