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Berlin: General assembly to intensify our struggles

Sunday 6.6.2021 – 02:00pm (14:00) – Mehringhof

Berlin. We invite your structures and you people to the General Assembly (GA) on 06.06.21 at Mehringhof, for a general reflexion and discussion about our tactics in the pasts months but also, and most importantly, about how we continue the struggle for our spaces that are under constant attack. Those places are important for our self-organization, where we share solidarity and mutual-aid. Additionaly, some are also living spaces that are threatened by a gentrification process that affect all the city and contribute to the the marginalization and elimination of some parts of the society. For this reason, we don’t want to focus only on the structure of Interkiezionale, but on all people that feel connected with emancipatory struggles in the city.

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There Is No Unhappy Revolution – Tarì and Destituent Power (Part 1)

Acid Horizon discusses the first few chapters of Marcello Tari’s new book There Is No Unhappy Revolution.

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Chile: The Hot Potato Changes Hands – But What Does Victory for the Left Mean for Autonomous Movements?

Chile. On the weekend of May 15-16, 2021, voters across Chile delegates to the convention that will compose a new constitution for the country. The right wing was soundly defeated in these elections, but no institutional left party gained a majority, either. The corporate media are heralding this as a victory for “independent” politics—but what will this mean for the autonomous movements that gave the left politicians momentum in the first place? In the following analysis, our correspondent in Chile explores the irreconcilable tension between the politics of representation and the politics of direct action.

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Usme, Bogotá, Colombia: Dozens injured in twelve hours of repression

Bogotá. Usme. Colombia. May 27. 2021. This Wednesday, May 26, police repression was brutal in the protests that took place in Usme, in the south of Bogota. The police attacked the protest at 11:00 a.m., however, the demonstrators remained in the streets for almost twelve hours. This day resulted in cases of people missing, threatened and almost 200 got injured.

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Athens: Theater Embros resquatted – Day of Action May 29

Athens. Greece. A very large and enthusiastic meeting of Embros on Sunday 23 May decided to continue the defense of the Free Self-Managed Theater. The attempt of the police and the Public Property Company to reseal the Embros on the morning of Monday 24 May was met by the lawyers of the movement and the people of the struggle, the united solidarity forces and the works were stopped. We start today Monday 24 May and every day from 5 pm a week of Art and Freedom in front of the building and collective works to repair the damages caused by the eviction.

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Bogotá, Colombia: The Portal of Resistance and dignified rage

Bogotá. Colombia. May 24. 2021. “You are a liar, talking shit. The cops are breaking into houses every night and gassing without caring if there are children, elderly or sick” a protester at the Portal de la Resistencia (Portal Américas) said to the Secretary of the Government of Bogotá, Luis Ernesto Gómez, after he did not accept any responsibility for the abuses that have been committed against protesters during the National Strike at this location.

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Institute For The Study of Insurgent Warfare: What is Insurgency?

What follows is an introduction to Insurgencies: A Journal of Insurgent Strategy and a text by the Institute For The Study of Insurgent Warfare: What is Insurgency?

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Ballymurphy: State Massacre [Northern Ireland]

After fifty years the truth is beginning to emerge about the massacre of eleven people in West Belfast by the Parachute Regiment of the British Army.

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Belarus: Anti-authoritarian Voices in Uprising against the Dictatorship – An Interview

Belarus. The former Soviet republic of Belarus exploded into angry protests last August in the wake of contested presidential elections resulting in a totally implausible landslide victory for long-ruling strongman Alexander Lukashenko. Police, riot squads and army troops unleashed harsh repression, using rubber bullets, flash-bang grenades and water-hoses against demonstrators who objected to the results in the capital of Minsk and other cities.

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Amsterdam June 12: Demonstration for Anarchy

Amsterdam. On Saturday June 12 (02:00 p. m. 14:00), the Vrije Bond Amsterdam is organising a demonstration for anarchy at the Mercatorplein in Amsterdam. We’ve seen the anarchist movement growing for quite a while now and we want to show our strength on the streets. The Vrije Bond is growing with more members, expanding is functions and more and more local and thematic groups are joining up! We want to take to the streets with all of us together to show what we are fighting for. To show that the anarchist movement is alive and kicking. To show that we will fight against any forms of oppression anywhere we see them. And to show that we are building alternatives to create a better world. 

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