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POST COVID RIOT PRIME MANIFEST

This essay originally appeared in four parts in German on non copyriot. It was made available to Sunzi Bingfa by the author in an edited version, for which he thanks @antikalypse. Riot Turtle translated it into English, because it is one of the very few texts from the German-speaking world that discusses an insurrectionary perspective. Enough 14

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Italy: A few thoughts on the “No Green Pass” street protests

Italy. Over the past month the need for discussion with comrades from other countries has intensified; exchanges with like-minded people also across borders is revealing itself to be fundamental for having a broader perception of what is going on. Even if we cannot get an exact overview from these discussions, they certainly help us to look beyond our own small surroundings. They are often purely individual evaluations or those of small collectives.

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Some Reflections on Tame Words from a Wild Heart (by Jean Weir) and the Distillation of Core Insurrectionist Concepts

Introduction

In a lot of ways it is difficult to imagine where I, personally, or insurrectionism in the English speaking world would be without the constant contributions of Jean Weir. In running Elephant Editions, and participating in other projects to network with non-English speaking insurrectionists and translating their work, she has been largely responsible for the rise of insurrectionism and the repositioning of the anarchist project around a push for immediacy, and away from arbitrary speculation about some hypothetical future.

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Portland: We Went Where They Went — 8/22/21 antifascist mobilization

Portland. Oregon. Reportback and analysis from the militant black bloc in Portland on August 22, 2021.

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Cuba’s burning? – Analysis of the current crisis and revolt in Cuba from a radical communist perspective

Translation of an article by Proletarios Revolucionarios on Cuba from July 18, 2021.

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Funding the Revolution: Expropriation in the 21st Century

To finance our movements at this critical moment in history, expropriating money from certain targets is the most ethical option. There are many ways it can be done.

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The history of the Federación Anarquista de Gran Canaria (FAGC) – Theory and analysis

Gran Canaria. Spain. The Federación Anarquista de Gran Canaria or FAGC celebrates its 10 years of existence this month. In the past Organise Magazine already translated a series of articles written by them outlining their ideological approach in what they call “neighbourhood anarchism”. But to celebrate this anniversary we decided to translate a summary of their history in these 10 years where they went from disrupting speeches by reforminist unions during the 15M square occupations to being the single entity in Gran Canaria that has facilitated more houses for people. All of this while enduring police repression and torture, internal conflicts and splits, twitter censoship, attacks and outrage from stablished anarchist and much more.

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The “ecological transformation” between the command of capital, the erosion of the subject and new antagonisms

The “ecological transition” has suddenly acquired an unprecedented degree of centrality within Italian institutional politics. It is configured first and foremost as a new field of economic recovery, characterized by the rhetoric of growth and development, on its way representation of simultaneous rupture and continuity with the environmental policies of previous decades. On the one hand, in fact, it confirms the already widely discussed model according to which the ecological crisis and environmental damage have stopped being limits to the accumulation of capital and instead become new opportunities for profit and investment, in short, new space and engine of accumulation. On the other hand, this field of ecological exploitability occupies a particularly central role in the, I dare to say, desperate response to an unprecedented systemic crisis, exacerbated by the Covid 19 pandemic.

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