This zine explores the politics and social issues in R.E. Howard's original Conan the Barbarian yarns. It seeks to (and hopefully succeeds at) dismantling the pop-culture concept of Conan as a dude-bro meat-head jock, revealing the politically-charged Conan of Howard's mythos.
"Society no longer exists, at least in the sense of a differentiated whole. There is only a tangle of norms and mechanisms through which THEY hold together the scattered tatters of the global biopolitical fabric, through which THEY prevent its violent disintegration. Empire is the administrator of this desolation, the supreme manager of a process of listless implosion." read more »
This is the third pamphlet in the Tactical Analysis Series. Part analysis of tactical movements, part action history, part tactical theory paper, this pamphlet was written as the result of 2 months of tactical research following the G20 demonstrations in Pittsburgh. read more »
This is the second pamphlet of the Tactical Analysis Series. Following Gelderloos we can all say that pacifism is tactically problematic, but why? read more »
This pamphlet is the first in the Tactical Analysis Series. Based on a workshop by the same name this text will walk you through police situation analysis, especially as it pertains to crowd control situations, the order of analysis, tactical operations and their strengths and weaknesses, hand signals, formations and movements and terrain analysis. read more »
Une analyse de la lutte anarchiste à Barcelone
Traduction française de "It’s Easy To Attack" par La mitrailleuse.diffusion
В хаосе собственного существования мы - часть необъяснимого множества личностей, которые организуют подрывные акции и саботаж, планируют мятежи, от результатов которых сами же оказываются в шоке. read more »
This zine mostly compiles writing and analysis regarding attempts to intervene and push the anti-austerity struggle in Wisconsin further. It will hopefully be of some use and interest to those who will undoubtably face similar situations as austerity does not seem to be going away any time soon.
Dispatches from the Ruins: Documents & Analyses from the University Struggle, Experiments in Self-EducationSubmitted by hschultz on Mon, 06/20/2011 - 18:46.
I. Finding ourselves, Finding each other
Imaginary Committee, Communiqué no.2 | To Our Friends
Anonymous, Some passing thoughts on the Berkeley and Santa Cruz occupations, from someone who was there briefly
Inoperative Committee, Preoccupied: The Logic of Occupation read more »
Flyer and poster for spreading an anarchist analysis of the recent killings by police in MTL and the role that they place in our lives.
The flyer can be distributed in the metro, your neighborhood, malls, high schools, during demos, etc. to up the hate for the police and the world they defend. There is a version with both english and french flyers, as well as one which contains only french. read more »
Salud! This here is one more number of the insurrectionary anarchist
publication that we call CONSPIRACION ACRATA.
This project was born during the month of March of
2009 as a medium for the diffusion of the
insurrectional anarchist fight. During this time we
have completed 8 editions, with this being the most
recent. This edition, completely in English (except the read more »
http://zinelibrary.info/files/ftp11.pdf (9.18 mb)
What is the point?
On Building Dangerous Bonds
Days of Rage
On Spreading Conflict in the Arab World
Often Compared to a Prison
On the On-Going Struggle against M.T.R
Against Justice//Against Peace
Follow Up on “Justice: A Dead Word”
Pg. 33 read more »
A drifter comes to town talking about revolution. People don’t take him seriously until he defends himself from business owners, cops and thugs trying to kick him out of town. The drifter plans on doing all he can to destroy hierarchy before he goes.
Forty years ago, the Socialist Patients Collective, embarked on a project to turn illness into a weapon. To hold on to the fear and paranoia that dresses our despair in its most vibrant colors; to claim that experience as valid, and as the very condition on which modern capitalism reduces sense, claim bodies as its subjects, and functions to generalize alienation. The gun followed shortly. read more »