mid october 2011
This is What Occupation Looks Like
Breaking the Myth of Egypt’s “Nonviolent Revolution”
Forgotten History: Anarchists and the Battle in Seattle
More Jobs? No thanks!
Police Are the Tool of the 1%
early october 2011
99% WHAT? – On Occupy Seattle
My So-Called Life
Tacoma Teachers Return, Take Students Hostage For Real This Time
Forgotten History: The Last Days of the George Jackson Brigade
The Eyes of a Monster
Built for Burning: The Knife Behind the Bullitt’s Back
Haunted, a poem
mid September 2011
Strike! – Longview, WA, Longshoremen
The Real War on Cars
Burnt & Open For All to See
Forgotten History: The 1916 Everett Massacre
Liberals Beg the Government to Follow Its Own Surveillance Laws
The Mythology of the Middle Class
When I moved to Seattle many years after the infamous upheaval of 1999, I found almost no remnants of whatever had existed here. Certainly, I could find other anarchists, but for a long time I found myself in variations of the same conversation: How do we reach each other? What are we doing? Why does nothing happen? read more »
The text used in this poster was taken from 2 pieces of writing that appeared on handouts in Seattle in March of 2011. The first is What is an Anarchist? and the second is Anarchists: What The Fuck Are They Doing?
Anarchists look reality in the face and desire its complete transformation: the elimination of exploitation and domination. read more »
The February 13th heart attack march successfully clogged the arteries of capitalism by having a riotous time through the streets of Vancouver during the convergence against the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
In the immediate aftermath, supposed allies of the social denounced the tactics and attempted to distance themselves from the more radical elements in this movement. read more »
"What more human response could there be to a financial district—an urban space devoid of life, deprived of affordable rents, scoured of autonomous livelihoods, subordinated to the needs of traffic and commerce, held under the eye of surveillance cameras, occupied by police, and plagued with corporate outlets and banks—than to destroy it?" read more »
This document is a collection of letters from the Chilean anarchist “Bombs Case” prisoners, in an effort to share and spread their ideas beyond the prison walls. read more »
Black Flame (Counter-Power, Volume 1) is the first of a two-volume set examining the democratic class politics of the worldwide anarchist movement, its vision of a decentralized planned economy, and its impact on popular struggles on five continents over the course of the past 150 years. read more »
A poetic surrealist-feminist text from 70s Australia.
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RockPaperScissors is a magazine published on the third Tuesday of every month.
We’re like-minded people, following the same path. We’re not so concerned with where this path started, but more with where it goes – towards a sane and sustainable way of living. read more »
This pamphlet is a reprinting of an essay by Lawrence Jarach titled "Instead Of A Meeting: By Someone Too Irritated To Sit Through Another One." We share the author's frustration in dealing with the confusion surrounding anarchism, including that coming from some anarchists. read more »
Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World by Steven J. Hirsch and Lucien van der WaltSubmitted by Anonymous on Mon, 11/14/2011 - 09:06.
Narratives of anarchist and syndicalist history during the era of the first globalization and imperialism (1870-1930) have overwhelmingly been constructed around a Western European tradition centered on discrete national cases. read more »
A new periodical dealing with the 2011 occupation movement. geared more towards a NYC audience, but hopefully interesting to everyone.