Class Struggle Alphabetized
Drawing on decades of research, Skirda traces anarchism as a major political movement and ideology across the 19th and 20th centuries. Critical and engaging, he offers biting and incisive portraits of the major thinkers, and more crucially, the organizations they inspired, influenced, came out of, and were spurned by. read more »
This includes an essay by John Clarke of the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty and an article that is reprinted from Organize! (a french anarcho-communist magazine). Each essay decribes in detail how militant anti-poverty organizations have been built, and what tactics they found to be effective. It's good stuff.
The history of the German autonomous anticapitalist movement is traced back to the 1970s in this firsthand account. Battling police in riot gear, the early members of the autonomous movement used military tactics that included barricading and hurling Molotov cocktails in protest. read more »
Are you ready for some football? it's a party! another Garden Plot Jackals track, with Blasphemy (aka Bosephus Blues) rappin about aliens and bilderberg delta-clearance level shit (aka paranoia & drugs) over DJ Deep Breathely's buzzy bass line and crazy sampled jazz flute & brass.
Love: the consequence of indifference and generalised selfishness; taking refuge in a few people who, by chance or out of necessity, have been given a privileged role. Love is the impossible love of humanity which is fulfilled in a few individuals, for better or worse. Ecstasy: a voyage beyond the profane, the banal, and into the sacred; an escape which is immediately cut off and circumscribed by religion. Crime: the only way out when the norm can no longer be respected or circumvented.
not yr cister press
Franklin Rosemont, 1944-2009
"A stranger to neither love nor laughter"
by Don Lacoss
The Fifth Estate, Summer-Fall 2009, Vol 44, No. 2 (Whole number 381), page 34 read more »
Quarter-sheet support flyers for Niara. Updated December 2013.
For more on Niara, visit freeniara[dot]wordpress[dot]com
Follow up to 'This is not a manifesto — towards an alternative design practice', this is a 2 page, double-sided zine on art, design and the ideas of Garage Collective. Mainly deals with the idea of cultural agitation and alternative practices.
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 »