Manifiestos y comunicados escrito por el Movimiento 26 de Julio Cubano, encabezado por Fidel Castro, que derroco la dictadura de Batista en 1959. Importante para entender las condiciones que han llevado a la dictadura comunista estatal que existe hoy en dia.
Manifestos and communiques written by the July 26 Movement, headed by Fidel Castro, which overthrew the dictatorship of Batista in 1959. Important for understanding the conditions that have led to the current state-communist dictatorship in Cuba.
Written from a situationist perspective, the text examines the collapse of the neo-liberal variant of capitalism as a moment of choice. It looks at some of the factors that have bred submission to neo-liberalism, some of the mystifications that are now arising about the 'credit crunch', and some of the capitalist ideologies that may come to succeed neo-liberalism. It poses the question of who is to make the choice now before us: them or us?
A new reprint of Guy Debord's Society of the Spectacle. Now made with a fancy hipster design for all your aesthetic needs.
From the Institute for Experimental Freedom
Alternativa Libertaria è il foglio telematico mensile della Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici. Jan. 2009
Attualità: Morti in Palestina
Attualità: Proteste in Israele
Internaizonalismo: Ci sono anche le mani insanguinate dell'Europa sulla strage di Gaza
“The youth are waiting, day after day. They wait for their time; as do the workers, even the old. They all wait, those who are discontented and those who reflect. They are waiting for a force to arise, something they will be part of; a kind of new international that will not make the same mistakes as the previous ones. They wait for a chance to get rid of the past once and for all – for something new to begin.
WE HAVE BEGUN.”
by the Invisible Committee
Escritos escogidos de Ricardo Flores Magon, anarquista indigena de Oaxaca, Mexico, y escritor revolucionario, que dijo "Tierra y libertad" aun antes de Zapata y empezo la Revolucion Mexicana. (en espanol)
Selected writings of Ricardo Flores Magon, indigenous anarchist from Oaxaca, Mexico, and revolutionary author, who began wrote "Tierra y libertad" before Zapata made it popular, and who is responsible for the Mexican Revolution. (in Spanish)
Ship wrecks, class struggle in the New World, anarcho-primitivism in the 1600s, utopia realized. Excerpted from The Many-Headed Hydra by Peter Linebaugh and Marcus Rediker.
“What hath a more adamantine power to draw unto it the consent and attraction of the idle, untoward, and wretched number of the many than liberty and fullness of sensuality?”
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 »
CrimethInc.'s essay "Your Politics are Boring as Fuck" in zine format for distro.
CrimethInc.'s study of the Greek insurrection, made into zine format for distro.
Pretty Objects of Revolt
by the Institute for Experimental Freedom
about the Greek insurrection
Vengeance: Class Hatred and Lovelorn Ramblings
by Crudo, Modesto Anarcho
This pdf text — 'Constructive Anarchism in Aotearoa' — puts forward some ideas on constructive anarchist action, in oder to encourage discussion. Please read, forward widely to anyone interested, and most importantly, respond!
The text is probably too long to place here in full, but it deals with ideas around constructive action we as anarchists can take in our current state of low visibility, especially in the workplace and in our communities. I've tried to write a text I've always wanted to read with regard to concrete anarchist action in NZ. read more »
Common Action is proud to announce the publication of our newsletter Intersections. Written with regular people in mind, the newsletter strives to connect community issues to anarchist ideas, serving as a paper that any neighbor might find interesting, informative, and reliable. It can be left in laundromats and bus seats just as easily as a radical bookstore.
This issue's contents include:
Whose Streets? Gentrification in Seattle by Andrew Hedden and Jacquelyn Hermer
Northwest Anarchist People of Color Gathering: A Report-Back by Brooke Stepp read more »
An A4 flyer from Garage Collective (Aotearoa/NZ) on the financial crisis and it's effects in New Zealand. Includes a very basic run-down on shadow banking and other finance stuff.