Class Struggle Alphabetized
Three texts by Anton Pannekoek
Party and Class (1941)
Why Past Revolutionary Movements Have Failed (1940)
In what is perhaps a first for Aotearoa Pakeha anarchists (please let us know if that isn't the case) 'From the Kitchen' is a zine devoted to the discussion of anarchist mens relationship/response to the feminist movement(s) and our own sexist behaviour. The zine isn't about pointing fingers but instead is done in the style of critical self-reflection by the authors about sexism in their own lives.
Topics in the first issue include:
Me(n) and Pornography
Slugs in the Sandpit - The Gendered politics of the garden
Meat Robots Unite read more »
This pamphlet was made to accompany a cinema screening about health care, health work, sickness and death at a squatted space in South London. The pamphlet and screening are part of the Full Unemployment Cinema 2011-2012 programme. We'll put the whole series of small pamphlets up here.
FULL UNEMPLOYMENT CINEMA
Who the FUC? A bunch of no good commies and anarchists read more »
This pamphlet was made to accompany a cinema screening, the Thorough Cleaning Triple Bill, about gender, feminism, work and cleaning up at a squatted space in South London. The pamphlet and screening are part of the Full Unemployment Cinema 2011-2012 programme. We'll put the whole series of small pamphlets up here.
FULL UNEMPLOYMENT CINEMA read more »
Published to coincide with a screening of Welt am Draht / World on a Wire (Part II) directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, (1973)
Sunday 31 March 2013 read more »
by Ralph Chaplin IWW
by William Haywood
Includes a critical discussion on voting and participatory democracy
GLAMARCHY NOW! 1st & only edition: MASTURBATE YOUR MIND - created by Queer & Trans POC activists @ UC Davis in 2010
From the Introduction (courtesy of Crimethinc) read more »
Gramsci and the concept of hegemony cast a long shadow over radical political theory. Yet how far has this theory got us? Is it still central to feminism, anti-capitalism, anti-racism, anarchism, and other radical social movements today? read more »
French cities burst back into flames after President Sarkozy’s election on a ‘clean the scum off the streets with a high-pressure hose’ ticket. It won’t be the last time, as long as the factors necessitating the mass revolt of November 2005 remain in place, in France and elsewhere. This text, based on Emilio Quadrelli’s interviews in the Paris banlieues during and after the 2005 events, overthrows the whole spectrum of slurs against the racialised, pathologised racaille. read more »
Gruß an unsere Freund_innen und Genoss_innen – die heute nicht unter uns sein können – auf der Abschlußkundgebung der Demonstration „ Mietenwahnsinn stoppen“ und im Rahmen der Veranstaltung „25 Jahre Barrikadentage“ am 10. Nov. 2012 vor den ehemals besetzten Häusern in der Hafenstraße.
This is a short, but fun outline for destroying those annoying surveillance cameras. It covers the why CCTV cameras should be destroyed, the common types one might encounter, various methods of disabling them (for example: paint in squirt guns and cement blocks dropped from above), and tips on training.
The imposed version is for printing as a zine. read more »
The first comprehensive collection of Gustav Landauer’s writings in English, this valuable addition to the history of anarchism in the early 20th century gathers more than 40 influential works by one of Germany’s most prominent radical agitators. read more »
Im November 1987 stand Hamburg kopf: Um die Hafenstraße wurden nachts Barrikaden errichtet, bürgerkriegsähnliche Zustände drohten. Volker G. (48), heute Familienvater, Bautechniker und Hostel-Betreiber auf St. Pauli, war damals einer der Hausbesetzer. Erstmals schildert ein Ex-Bewohner die Ereignisse aus seiner Sicht – ein subjektives Interview.