On 28.06.2018, the Hambach Forest between Cologne and Aachen was cleared of barricades. Some people from the movement would like to make a press statement.
Open letter by Lifeline to German minister of interior Seehofer that has gone viral.
Statement about a solidarity with the J20 defendants action by the The General Defense Committee of Olympia Local 20.
Sweden August 25: A call to strike back by the by the Autonomous Revolutionary Nordic Alliance (ARNA).
The Polish Embassy in London, using funds from Poland’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, sponsored at least one event organised by Polish nationalists in the UK.
While people continue to suffer in the so-called EU hotspot Moria camp on Lesvos, the North Aegean regional governor announced the closure of the solidarity project Pikpa camp. A statement by Lesvos solidarity Pipka.
In Part I of this article, I responded to William Gillis’ review of Worshiping Power: An Anarchist Vision of Early State Formation. I wanted to give special attention to what I found to be his most interesting critique.
Since its publication, I have come across two reviews of Worshiping Power that I would like to respond to, not to bat a discursive ball back and forth, but to engage with the flow of conversations that form an integral part of our interaction with the world around us. One is William Gillis’ “The Tangled Paths of State Formation and Resistance,” and the other is Kristian Williams’ “Mystifying: An Anarchist View of Early State Formation.”
Joey Gibson and his crew of violent bigots unfortunately are once again calling for a rally in Portland which is without fail a pretext for assorted Alt Right bullies, Nazis, homophobes, and unsavory characters to gather in hopes of brutalizing the most vulnerable people they can find.