Statements from the (November 20th) Wheeler Occupiers at UC Berkeley.
An independent newspaper for the University of Washington community by the Ruckus Collective. We are for participatory democracy, social justice, collective liberation, and resistance to killing the planet.
Volume 10, Issue 1, covers budget cuts, anti-sweatshop work, queer rights victories, the tenth anniversary of the WTO protest, and college news media.
This zine is by Dealing With Our Shit, a men's group for men and male-identified people from the Twin Cities who later took on the task of mentoring other males through accountability processes for sexual assault. It's over 100 pages of interviews, reflections, and analysis about their history, their experiences, and their effectiveness. A great resource for anyone interested in working on community response to sexual assault outside the prison/court system. Lots of art, too!
(large file, beware!): read more »
Using Space is a zine about squats, social centres and alternative ways of living.
Issue four features a visit to a squatted land project in central Amsterdam, the UK national squat meet in Bristol, a rumination on social centres, a large squatting action in Sweden, a fotoreport from the Dutch national squatting day and some recycled newspaper reports.
A5, b&w, 36 pages inc. cover
Just in time for the COP15! a zine which collects new and recent texts dealing with the climate crisis from a variety of anticapitalist viewpoints. How does the fight over the climate crisis fit into the fight against the capitalist system. Climate change is the symptom, capitalism is the crisis!
"MOVEMENT" is the re-named and re-launched newsletter from the No Borders Network in the UK.
We hope to create a periodical which draws in other groups, organisations and individuals who resist the border regime. read more »
Documents and chronology
Strange Defeat: The Chilean Revolution, 1973 - Pointblank!
An article by Situationist group Pointblank! written in October 1973 about the coup in Chile which deposed elected left-wing leader Salvador Allende.
Instead of blaming the right and the CIA for the coup like most commentators on the left, Pointblank! point out the role that Allende and the parties of the left played in demobilising the powerful working class, undermining their strength and eventually signing their own death warrants by refusing to arm them
This short and incomplete critique of efforts to resist the restructuring of higher education in California is written from a sympathetic standpoint. Without claiming to know what the best vision or path forward is we offer only the recognition of problems which we feel have so far gone unacknowledged in the rhetoric and strategies of many faculty, students, and workers as they oppose the plans of the state’s elite policy makers to increase flow of private funds, raise fees, reduce salaries, cut programs, and more.
Issue #2 of The Not So Great Place, the unofficial, unauthorized, underground newspaper - The Not So Great Place
Issue #2 features...
* Fog of War
* Loss of a Son
* From the Editor’s Desk
* Afghanistan War Resister Sentenced
* Meeting Meena
* Leo’s Story
* Fort Hood War Resisters
More info at www.notsogreatplace.com
An essay originally appearing in Mute magazine: http://www.metamute.org/en/content/invisible_politics_an_introduction_to...
In the wake of the organised left and the demise of working class self-identity, communisation offers a paradoxical means of superseding capitalism in the here and now whilst abandoning orthodox theories of revolution. John Cunningham reports from the picket line of the ‘human strike' read more »
by Sergei Nechayev
Notes on strategy and logistics from the Detention Centres & Desert Camps Workshop
Given at the Tucson No Borders Gathering
February 16-18, 2007
a translation originally appearing on the Tarnac 9 blog, but which has since been removed. this is the imposed pdf intended for printing.
note: this is a draft translation. if you can read French, you should really rely on the original, as, although decent overall, this translation loses some subtleties in the language (e.g. the use of "écart", or the impersonal pronoun "on" which is hard to translate, and so on).
the text addresses issues such as their notion of 'human strike', of 'whatever singularity', of the difference between individuality and the common, and so on.
Nihilist Communism - Cruelty or the Inclusion of the Distributive Sphere
by Monsieur Dupont
This is not the full text. Hit up nihilistcommunism.blogspot.com for a more complete reading.