Last month, Freedom reported on the plight of 32 people from Afghanistan seeking asylum in the EU imprisoned on the Polish-Belarus border and left there without food, shelter or medical assistance for weeks. These people are the victims of a diplomatic spat between the dictatorial regime of Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko and the EU.Continue reading Murder by negligence on EU border [Poland, Belarus]
Fire Ant journal #10 is out. A zine by, for, and about, anarchist political prisoners, from Bloomington Anarchist Black Cross.Continue reading Fire Ant: Anarchist Prisoner Solidarity #10
New York City. A Report back on Running Down the Walls 2021 from NYC Anarchist Black Cross (ABC).Continue reading Running Down the Walls 2021 in New York City: A Reportback
Santiago de Chile: Thoughts of Comrade Pablo Bahamondes Ortiz, “El Oso,” before the start of his trial.
Image above: “…We choose to live on the edge of the abyss and not the ways of docile people who crawl around begging for power” (Excerpt from Célula Nihilista del Ocaso del Fuego. Argentina).Continue reading Santiago: Thoughts of Comrade Pablo Bahamondes Ortiz, “El Oso,” before the start of his trial [Chile]
Leaflet distributed at the Vernet Concentration Camp on the occasion of Heritage Days. Because memory is useless if it does not highlight today’s struggles…Continue reading Spain 1936, Ethiopia 2021: the fight against fascism continues …
The seven theses I propose here were first published as part of a preface to T. Derbent’s German Communist Resistance 1933–1945, published by Foreign Languages Press (2020). I have reworked parts of that preface here as a standalone essay that aims to summarize the praxis of the three-way fight and forecast problems and prospects going forward.
Continue reading Seven Theses on the Three-Way Fight
“Militant antifascists must maintain a revolutionary horizon to avoid being absorbed within the ideological parameters of liberal antifascism. At the same time, antifascist work cannot merely be absorbed into revolutionary work; antifascism is community self-defense.”
Smithers. BC. On September 22nd, 2021, after days of conflict between Gidimt’en/Cas Yikh Chiefs and members, Coastal GasLink and the RCMP, contractors completely cleared an archaeological site which has been destroyed with heavy machinery for the construction of a methane gas pipeline.Continue reading Wet’suwet’en Territory: Gidimt’en Barricade CGL Access Road and Make Urgent Call for Support; RCMP Arrest One
Berlin. In March 2021, thousands of people gathered in Berlin under the motto “Peace – Freedom – Sovereignty” for a “march” against the state’s corona measures. Among them were many conspiracy theorists, corona deniers and neo-Nazis. In the context of this demonstration, there was a serious incident between antifascists and right-wing demonstrators in the Tiergarten. As a result, our friend and comrade Adel and other people were suddenly arrested by the Berlin police with a massive posse. Adel had to wait for hours in a small, cramped cell in the prison van without knowing what he was being accused of. When asked, the cops were annoyed and repeatedly made racist remarks towards him.Continue reading Berlin: Free Adel – Free all Antifascists
Content Warning: This essay focuses on a social justice movement and therefore discusses police violence against black people, sexual assault, and self-defense against the police in the context of protests.
This essay is part one of two pieces Irruptions will be releasing regarding the Fall 2021 anti-FIJI protests in Lincoln, Nebraska. This is a continuation of our work from the Summer of 2020, in which we examined the correlation between the arrival of activist leadership onto protest scenes and the subsequent dissipation of political energy within those protests. This pattern has now repeated itself on UNL’s campus in the wake of what appears to be another successfully defeated movement. Emphasizing the importance of study for those engaged in political action, we aim to offer a lens by which to understand this cycle of defeat in which people in Lincoln are trapped.Continue reading Where Movements Go to Die: An Analysis of Middle-Class Counterinsurgency in Lincoln, Nebraska [Part 1]