Amsterdam: A building on Spijkerkade 2 and Gedempt Hamerkanaal 92 that was squatted in December 2006 and later eviced again, was re-squatted on October 14.
Miguel Amorós was friend and collaborator of Jaime Semprun, working with him on the Encyclopédie des Nuisances. And it is as such that we share a reflection by him inspired by and in continuity with Semprun’s essay, The abyss repopulates itself.
Some of the Yogyakarta prisoners have been released.
Russia: Rupression campaign statement about the accused in the Network case.
On Sunday activists blocked excavators in RWE’s open pit mine: “We want to show that the fight for the Hambi goes beyond the forest borders.” Ende Gelaende released a mobilization for a mass action of civil obedience from October 25 until October 29 in the open pit mine at the edge of Hambacher Forest.
Whoever pays the piper calls the tune. JUSTICE IS a great concept ..but it has little place in capitalist society. Once you start to question this economic system you find that so much of what we are told is lies. The very attributes which capitalism boasts: Law, Order and Justice, are like props on a film set. The closer you examine them the more hollow and fake they prove to be.
Testimony about torture of anarchists in Iran.
Jaime Semprun is among a generation of political militants marked by the events of May 68 in france and beyond, contributing to a body of theoretical work that paralleled and overlapped with that of the Situationists, and other heterodox marxists and anarchists.
The following zines were published in the past month. We hope that this post is useful and that the increased visibility of these zines contributes to the spread of anarchist ideas. We have heard of folks printing off these zines and sending them to prisoners, using the list as a basis for reading groups, or using them to stock zine racks at coffee shops and infoshops.
Communique by Resist IMF-WBG 2018 about actions against the IMF-WBG 2018 meeting in Makassar, Bali.