We are calling for a mobile bloc opposing capitalism and fascism at the inauguration. Meet at Logan Circle at 10 am. Organize with your friends and come prepared to defend each other and everyone else who is standing up to the Trump regime.
This January 20th, thousands of people will mobilize to disrupt Trump’s inauguration, rejecting the tyranny, greed, and bigotry he represents. Many different permitted marches, blockades, and other autonomous direct actions are planned. Those who travel to DC hoping to celebrate Trump’s ascendance to power will find the inaugural ceremonies reduced to a total clusterfuck.
In this context, we call on everyone who opposes fascism and capitalism to join together and demonstrate how to prevent Trump and his cronies from implementing their program. Let’s bring a vision of a better world to Washington, DC.
Trump’s presidency represents the largest expansion of state-sanctioned repression and right-wing violence in a generation. We are already witnessing the emergence of far-right ideologies and authoritarian tendencies, from Richard Spencer’s white supremacy to the “Blue Lives Matter” rationalizations of police violence.
Join us in refusing to normalize Trump’s presidency, smashing his facade of legitimacy. We stand in solidarity with everyone who challenges oppression in all of its forms, everywhere around the world, in favor of dignity, self-determination, and defending our collective well-being.
Towards becoming an ungovernable force this winter.
Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of these events, we are merely listing them for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on.
#Aragorn! - Political Naïveté or what are we to do about #Maoism - #anarchism #antireport - Read here: https://enoughisenough14.org/2020/02/25/aragorn-political-naivete-or-what-are-we-to-do-about-maoism/
How to Win: Blockades in #Canada Point To Climate Solution - #ClimateJustice #By2020WeRiseUp #wetsuweten #ShutDownCanada #WetsuwetenStrong #antireport - Read here: https://enoughisenough14.org/2020/02/25/how-to-win-blockades-in-canada-point-to-climate-solution/
#Chiapas & beyond: Commemorations and Actions in Memory of #SamirFlores on Anniversary of Assassination [Video & Images] - #ezln #antireport - Read here: https://enoughisenough14.org/2020/02/25/chiapas-beyond-commemorations-and-actions-in-memory-of-samirflores-on-anniversary-of-assassination-video-images/
On 23.12.2019, we tried to interrupt the normal operation with a symbolic occupation of the Greek consulate in Berlin, After several, also brutal, evacuations of occupations in Greece, we decided to set a sign of solidarity on this way. Even … Continue reading →
The Children of Fire Initiative have announced that they set fire to a ship in Tuzla, a bus in Umraniye and a factory in Adana. WE ANSWER THEM IN THE ONLY LANGUAGE THEY UNDERSTAND The Initiative stated: “We will continue … Continue reading →
Received on 16.02.2020: In a scenario not unlike the disturbing work of fiction “1984” by George Orwell, the world around us has become nothing more than a massive surveillance system. As if Orwell had some glimpse into the future, we … Continue reading →
Text distributed in Pisa and Livorno on the occasion of the day of anti-war mobilization launched by the Genoese dock workers… WE BRING CONFLICT TO WHERE THE WAR BEGINS On February 17th, the Genoese dock workers launched a day of … Continue reading →
Received with photo on 20.02.2020: Trial Update on the 6 Indonesian Anarchists. February 19th, 2020. Makassar, Indonesia. According to the court’s decision, our comrades (Supriadi, Anto, Haerul, Alif, Agus, and Faruddin) were sentenced to prison for 1 year and 6 … Continue reading →
Joseph Dibee was arrested in August 2018 after more than a decade on the run. He is accused of being part of a group that organized arson attacks against earth destroying and animal murdering enterprises. He is accused, for example, … Continue reading →
Koukaki fell heavy on them Since 2017, the Koukaki Squat Community (Matrozou 45, Panaitoliou 21, Arvali 3) set up adifferent competitive example of communal life in the center of Athens. Through horizontal procedures, collective work and persistence, it set up open and social projects of communal housing, public bath and laundry, … Continue reading →
FR: Une carte des incendies d’antennes-relais – Solidarité avec Badger PDF: International solidarity with Badger Bristol Mast Fire Fourteen arson attacks against telecommunications and mobile phone masts in the Bristol and Bath area took place over the last decade. This imaginal … Continue reading →
Following the announcements on anarchist media platforms of the manifestly excessive prison sentences faced by members of the FSB fabricated “Network” – Dmitry Pchelintsev, Ilya Shakursky, Arman Sagynbaev, Andrei Chernov, Vasily Kuksov, Mikhail Kulkov, and Maxim Ivankin – anarchists/ antifascists … Continue reading →
A fraternal embrace full of complicity for all those who are, in one way or another, part of this tireless struggle, all those people who anoymously go out and participate in direct confrontation, without fear and with the desire to … Continue reading →
gay.jpg An explorationof the intersection between the queer community and anarchism. The queer community has always been radical just in its existence, and has been in a position to be helped by anarchist movements, which can give queer people the basics of life as well as a community in which they can grow and be […]
llead image room maids strike back.jpg Nancy Pas Reagan on the struggle of Parisien cleaners who have been on strike since July 2019. “It’s because we take care of the rooms, that the Accor group has money and that tourists come here. Today, when bosses walk around in suits, it’s because we work well.” Rachel […]
87410422_3016541728376059_1573964694891266048_o.jpg Today, Abahlali baseMjondolo, from a base on more than seventy ongoing land occupations, and with a membership in good standing approaching 80 000, organised a major march in Durban against control over the allocation and management of land by the state and capital. The march follows promises of a new top down land reform […]
leaders.jpg In an election year, leading NZ politicians are embroiled in donation scandals. "Attention to the current scandals and this year’s election, should serve to prove that while the scale may differ from elsewhere, this country is no different from any other..." Pink Panther read more
The post Eugene, OR: Report Back on Disruption of Reactionary Anti-Homeless Group appeared first on It's Going Down. Report back on recent action against reactionary anti-homeless group, Eugene Wake Up. In Eugene, OR, activists disrupted dinner at the restaurant of anti-homeless provocateur Steve Sheehan, a leader of the business group Eugene Wake Up. During a […]
The post Phone Zap: Support Michigan Prisoners Targeted for Speaking Out Against Racist Staff & Poor Conditions appeared first on It's Going Down. Call for phone zap in defense of prisoners in Michigan who have been targeted for speaking out against racist staff and living conditions. Edward Walton, Edward Combs, and Eric Woods, three prisoners […]
The post San Francisco, CA: Report Back from Lockdown at Chase Corporate Offices in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en appeared first on It's Going Down. The following is an account from the Indigenous group who participated in the Chase corporate office lockdown in so-called San Francisco, California, in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en. Coastal GasLink is a project […]
The post Vaughn, ON: Report on Shutdown of Canada’s Second-Largest Rail Yard appeared first on It's Going Down. Report on recent shutdown and blockade of Canada’s second-largest rail yard in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en struggle. On Saturday February 15th about 400 people showed up in Vaughn, ON to blockade the tracks in and out of […]
The post Seattle, WA: Police Attack Protectors of the Salish Sea Prayer Walk appeared first on It's Going Down. Report originally published on Puget Sound Anarchists that documents violent police attack on indigenous led prayer walk in Seattle, Washington. On February 23rd, 2020, the indigenous oriented land and water defense group known as Protectors of […]
The post Joliette, QC: Banner Dropped in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en appeared first on It's Going Down. The following action report was originally submitted to Montreal Counter-Info. Saturday morning, an anonymous group unfurled a banner on the CN bridge crossing the L’Assomption River in Joliette, unceded First Nations territory. This action demonstrates solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en […]
The post This Is America #107: Reach for the Sky appeared first on It's Going Down. Cover Photo: @dhunnasim Welcome, to This Is America, February 22nd, 2020. On this episode, first we speak with Dinize Ste ohn tsiy, a front line Native land defender on Wet’suwet’en territory about the unfolding situation, the threats made by […]
The post Montreal, QC: Declaration from the Saint-Lambert Blockade as Police make Eviction appeared first on It's Going Down. The following statement was issued from the Saint-Lambert blockade right before police carried out an eviction. Originally published on Contrepoints Media. Whether or not the colonial police dismantle this blockade violently and with contempt, others will […]
The post Wildcat Strike Spreads: UC Santa Cruz Shut Down & UC Dining Halls and Offices Occupied appeared first on It's Going Down. Cover photo: @backup_sandwich In what is being referred to as “Doomsday,” UC President Janet Napolitano has given striking student workers at the University of California in Santa Cruz until midnight on February […]
The post An Antifascist Report from Jeremy Christian’s Trial appeared first on It's Going Down. An antifascist analysis of white nationalist, Jeremy Christian’s trail in Portland, Oregon. On Friday, February 21st, Christian was found guilty on all counts. The murder trial of Jeremy Christian in Portland, Oregon will probably go to his jury this Tuesday […]
Anonymous submission to North Shore As of 5pm today (February 24th) we have set-up a rail blockade in Hamilton, ON., in response to the OPP raid on Tyendinaga this morning. Our intention is to stay here indefinitely and we are calling on others to join us (See map below). Come for a couple hours or […]
On Saturday February 15 about 400 people showed up in Vaughn, ON to blockade the tracks in and out of MacMillan Yard - Canada's second-largest rail yard - for 7 hours. This action was just one amongst a wave of solidarity actions in response to Canada's invasion and violence towards the Wet'suwet'en people on behalf […]
The OPP have told folks at Tyendinaga they will enforce the injunction, just not when. When they do, people in Hamilton will respond within 12 hours. We are asking people to be ready to respond with us. When you hear about an OPP raid on Tyendinaga, we encourage you to check https://north-shore.info/ for where to […]
We invite all those who are able to join us at the site of this encampment. The blockade is set up a block south of rue rue Saint-Georges and ave St Charles. You can get there by taking the 2 or 54 bus south from Longueuil metro (bring change for an extra fare). We encourage […]
On Monday February 17th ~60 determined people occupied the Thousands Islands Bridge at the Canada/US border near Kingston for about 3 hours. We are a mix of indigenous and non-indigenous people responding to the call from Wet’suwet’en land defenders to rise up following violent RCMP raids to force a pipeline through their unceded territory. Our […]
taken from The Wasted World Within the pages of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari’s collaborative works recur images of the most unsettling kind. Writing of capital’s endless thirst for living labour, they remark that it “is no longer the cruelty of life, the terror of one life brought to bear against another life, but a […]
I wrote before about the anti-computer. Let me continue some of those themes, using instead an adjacent label, the uncomputer. In an initial sense, the uncomputer comes out of whatever is subordinated or excluded as a result of the standard model of the digital. The excluded term might be the flesh, or it might be […]
cdu - koalieren ? linke afd 1 1 nein 0 1 jein 1 0 nein 0 0 ja Bekanntermassen stimmte die CDU bei der Wahl in Thüringen lieber gemeinsam mit der AFD ab, statt versuchsweise mit der Linken ins Gespräch zu kommen. Trotz allem Gerede um Brandmauern hat sie es sich zu Schulde kommen lassen, […]
Yesterday there was a terrorist attack in Hanau, Germany. It seems that the white male terrorist killed 9 persons in 2 Shisha-Bars, later killed his mother and himself. Most of the victims seem to belong to Kurdish communities. The killing was racist. But parts of German press first pushed racist narratives of “clan-criminality”, even using […]
When Jean Baudrillard announced that the year 2000 would not take place, one had to suspect evil. It is no exaggeration to say that the financial crisis of 2008 was the only event of world historical significance in the new millennium (as is well known, according to Baudrillard, the Iraq war of 2003 did not […]
Ein neuer Anlauf. Unermüdlich. Demo, Blockade, Riot, Streik. Tränengas, Gummigeschosse und Offensivgranaten. Tausende von Gerichtsverfahren, Hunderte im Knast. Wenn diese Zivilisation in den letzten Zügen liegt, werden sich alle an diese Tage, Wochen, Monate erinnern. Egal wie die ganze Angelegenheit ausgeht. Black Rock oder wir. Dazwischen gibt es nichts. Die Gesetze des Kapitals oder eine […]
Am 10. Februar haben jugendliche Aktivisten die Zentrale von Black Rock in Paris unter dem wunderbaren Motto "Avenir En Feu" ("Brennende Zukunft") besetzt. Bei der Aktion ging einiges zu Bruch, zahlreiche Büros wurden umgestaltet und erst nach Stunden ergaben sich die Besetzer*innen, die sich in der Zentrale verbarrikadiert hatten, einer Übermacht der Bullen. Black Rock […]
Die Missachtung eines Beschlusses des irakischen Parlaments zum Rückzug aller ausländischen Truppen ist ein Exempel zur Realität der vielstrapazierten "westlichen Werte" Es gehört eigentlich zu den Essentials der vielstrapazierten "westlichen Werte", dass Regierungen, die Beschlüsse des Parlaments missachten, als undemokratisch gelten und zur Ordnung gerufen werden müssen. Zumindest, wenn sie wie in Venezuela als politisch […]
A surprise generated among the participants the complete closure of the perimeter of the “wall” that protects the church and the police monument at Dignity Square. On Thursday night, a truck and a crane arrived to complete the siege of a concrete block three meters high. The new immaculate part of the “wall” was quickly […]
Many people regard anarchism and socialism as contradictory programs. This is based on the conception of "socialism" as state ownership of the economy. Yet historically, anarchists have regarded this program as "state socialism" or "authoritarian socialism." The post Are Anarchists Socialists? appeared first on Infoshop News.
Since the wildcat strike at the University of California in Santa Cruz kicked off last Monday, thousands of students have blocked streets and shut down the campus, while riot police from across the State have been mobilized and made over a dozen arrests. Predictably, police violence has broken out on the picket lines; only generating […]
Capitalism and its pillar, the state, have changed their methods to fight back against the working class movement. The system with all its structures have amended and adapted themselves to the struggle of their class enemy and have learnt how to tame it. In fact the way the working class struggle against their employers and […]
A common refrain in some quarters of the left states that elections help build capacity, but Organizing Work contributor Ray Valentine argues that the skills built in canvassing for an electoral candidate do not translate to organizing workplaces or tenants. The post Canvassing Is Not Organizing appeared first on Infoshop News.
Since the turn to more cutthroat free-market policies in the 1980s, American capitalism has systematically underdeveloped rural and small-town regions of the United States. The 2008 crash poured gasoline on the fire. Mutual savings banks and credit unions, cooperatives, mom-and-pop businesses, local industries and newspapers, health and elder care facilities, schools, and libraries have all […]