“It is our historical task, and only ours, to define what we call oppression in materialist terms, to make it evident that women are a class, which is to say that the category “woman” as well as the category “man” are political and economic categories not eternal ones. Our fight aims to suppress men as a class, not through a genocidal, but a political struggle. read more »
It's Alphabetic Anarchy!
The only ABC's of Anarchy book (so far?) designed and suitable for children of all ages. Infants will love the imagery, Toddlers will thrive on learning the alphabet, and preschoolers will soak up the content while learning to read. read more »
by Errico Malatesta
This zine is part of the Boston Anarchist Black Cross distro.
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The Institute for Experimental Freedom's European appendages and friends are proud to release an English translation of “La Grève Infinie” (Infinite Strike). This text was written on Oct 27th 2010 from within the events transpiring throughout the French strikes and blockades. read more »
“Urban struggles and revolts across the world”
Illustrations by Athens artist Leandros.
from the Quiver Distro
"I think it’s important to destroy “big” notions like woman, homosexual…
Things are never that simple. When they’re reduced to
black-white, male-female categories, there’s an ulterior motive, a binary-reductionist operation meant to subjugate them. For example, you cannot qualify a love univocally. Love in Proust is never specifically homosexual. It always has a shizoid, paranoid component, a becoming-plant, a becoming-woman, a becoming-music."
"We can no longer allow others to repress our fucking, control our shit, our
saliva, our energies, all in conformity with the prescription of the law and its
carefully-defined little transgressions. We want to see frigid, imprisoned, mortified
bodies explode to bits, even if capitalism continues to demand that they be
kept in check at the expense of our living bodies."
We just redesigned this title first put out by Chicago ABC. The text is a short but excellent historical study of African and Amerindian movements in Jamaica, Suriname, Haiti, and the Southern US, with a focus on the decentralized organizational forms that made these rebellions against colonialism possible. Shoats particularly takes the vanguard party model to task, drawing on both historical evidence as well as the later writings of Black socialist C.L.R. James to criticize this organizational method. read more »
An introduction to the communitarian anarchism of Gustav Landauer
by Larry Gambone
Red Lion Press 2001
This miniscule manifesto is a reworking of Jayson Tx's older zine, entitled "When the ants stop marching one by one". As with my other zine "For Chaos!, For the Wild!, For the Horde!, a goblincore primer", this zine is kind of a joke. But, you know, not really. Crazy Rasberry Ants are a wonderful model for revolutionary struggle and change. Hopefully, with a touch of humor and a sense of deep gravity, this zine shows how and why.
Walter Benjamin's seminal “On the Concept of History” and “Theological-Political Fragment” typeset for easy reading.
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.