Rubí. Catalonia. On Thursday, October 14th, the community orchard el Miro, a squatted plot of land in Rubí city centre [20km away from Barcelona], was evicted.Continue reading Rubí: Eviction of the Mirlo squatted orchard and retaliation [Catalonia]
The State and its governmental institutions have been dignified in the environmentalist mainstream as palliative forces to face and solve the excesses and failures of capitalism and neoliberalism towards a proper environmental management. But this environmental state falls into evident contradictions regards to its formal commitment with environmentalist purposes. In addition, governmental institutions contribute to expand a nihilist attitude in the environmentalist actions of the citizenship. Within the environmentalist strands of anarchism, the matter of State has focused a relevant attention and position. An early green criticism may be found in the nineteenth century anarchists, in which State has no room as a violent and centralized force, and corrupting the goodness of the material, reproductive and spiritual connection of humans with Nature. Most recent eco-anarchist approaches, such as social ecologists, bioregionalists and anarcho-primitivists have analysed how determinant is State as a responsible agent in the global environmental crisis and proposed alternatives to this coercive power. This paper is aiming a) to examine some of the main contributions of the “green” criticism to State from eco-anarchists; and b) to build a consistent and wide critique of the State, helping to promote a non-statist balanced and fair relationship between societies and Nature.Continue reading Stateless Environmentalism – The Criticism of State by Eco-Anarchist Perspectives
Several airlines involved in the recent evacuation from Kabul have been making money for years deporting vulnerable refugees back to Afghanistan.Continue reading Deportation airlines return to Afghanistan to cash in on evacuation flights
Athens. Greece. Our squats are under attack all over Europe. 6 days ago, cops evicted the trailer park of Köpiplatz. As a minimum show of support we hung a banner in our squat, Zizania, in solidarity with all struggling comrades against the repression of the state, the violence of the cops and the erasure of gentrification/capitalism, in Athens, Thessaloniki, and Berlin.Continue reading Athens, Greece: From Zizania squat, Solidarity to KØPI , Yfanet and Prosfygika
UK. Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair 2021 will take place on Saturday 6th November from 10am until 4pm at People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Bridge Street, M3 3ER.Continue reading Manchester & Salford Anarchist Bookfair [UK]
Wuppertal. Germany. A first reaction after the ruling of the administrative court. The Osterholz forest and occupation is under threat of eviction and uprooting.Continue reading Alerta! #CodeOrange in the Osterholz forest! [Wuppertal, Germany]
Leipzig. Germany. Tonight (21.10.2021), the Administrative Court of Leipzig has confirmed the ban without substitution of all three Alle zusammen! Demonstrations for October 23 in Leipzig.Continue reading Leipzig: Court confirms ban on demonstrations – Control area set up [Germany]
Leipzig. Germany. Three days ago we were informed that the repressive mechanism of the state, police, banned the demonstration on the 23th of October in Leipzig.Continue reading From berlin to leipzig, we stick together and stay ungovernable!
LIHT’SAMISYU TERRITORY – On October 17th, Lihkt’samisyu Chiefs Dsta’hyl and Tsebesa took action as Coastal Gaslink workers continued to trespass on Wet’suwet’en territory in violation of Wet’suwet’en laws and Canada’s own constitution. The Chiefs instructed Coastal Gaslink to remove all equipment from Lihkts’amisyu territory immediately, indicating that otherwise it would be decommissioned and seized by the Likht’samisyu Clan in accordance with its laws.
Image above: Chief Dsta’hyl seizing the CGL equipment on Oct. 17 2021.Continue reading Video: Wet’suwet’en Chief Dsta’hyl deactivates Coastal Gaslink Excavator; orders CGL out
Italy. «I’d like to point out that in all the most serious cases the institutions have proved to be compact: magistrates, prefects, police and all the other forces intervened without hesitation making the face of the State even more determined before the delinquent acts that were being carried out». The words which former Minister of Justice Alfonso Bonafede used in parliament to claim the March 2020 massacre in Italian jails can be actually applied to everything that has happened over the past two years.
Millions of people were finally able to observe the true face of the State. First they locked us in our homes for three months, then it was the turn of night curfew, of regional closures, of so-called semi-lockdown (when we could go out of our homes, yes, but only to go to work). Finally we arrived at the so much awaited «restart».Continue reading Nothing will be the same as before, for you [Green Pass, Italy]