Santiago de Chile. Chile. Call for a pro-Federative Assembly on January 5, 2020.Continue reading The process for an Anarchist Congress in #Chile begins
Video by SubMedia. All power structures are rooted in ideology. A shared belief in this ideology is what keeps the structures of power in place. Under capitalism, the edifice of social control is built on the collective illusion of private property, and the sanctity of the so-called ‘free market’.Continue reading #SubMedia: What Is Property?
This important pamphlet attempts to develop an anarchist internationalist position on the ever present reality of national liberation struggles and the national question. Wide ranging in the topics it covers – from internal colonialism to a critique of certain Marxist views – the pamphlet argues that anarchists should support national liberation struggles insofar as they are waged by and for the oppressed classes, and that the national question can only be resolved by the free association of peoples on a libertarian and federalist basis.
Humanity will never be free until we liberate ourselves by global social revolution
Third South African Edition, February 2019Continue reading Alfredo M. #Bonanno: #Anarchism and the National Liberation Struggle
A study of the origins and development of the revolutionary anarchist movement in Europe 1945–73 with particular reference to the First of May Group.Continue reading The International Revolutionary Solidarity Movement
This 1978 speech by Murray Bookchin is strikingly relevant today.Continue reading Murray Bookchin – Utopia, not futurism: Why doing the impossible is the most rational thing we can do
Voices of revolutionary feminism, or of revolutions forgotten and devoured from within …Continue reading Women and a revolution betrayed: #Nicaragua
Anathema: A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 5 Issue 4 : Summer 2019 (July/August).Continue reading Anathema A #Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical: Volume 5 Issue 4
The origin of the Anarchafeminist Manifesto is in Norway. The Anarchafeminist Manifesto is the summary of the feminist political program unanimously agreed upon by the third congress of the Anarchist Federation of Norway, 1—7 of June 1982. The manifesto was first published in Norwegian in “Folkebladet” (IJA) no 1 1983 pp. 4—5. Soon after the “Manifesto” was published in CRIFA-Bulletin no 44 mars—avril 1983 in French (p. 12) and English (p. 13). Later on the French version was used as the basis for a translation to English that was published on the Internet. The “Manifesto” is also translated to other languages. Anarchafeminst greetings from Anna Quist, co-writer of the “Anarchafeminst Manifesto.” Translated from French (Bulletin C.R.I.F.A. No 44 mars—avril 1983 p. 12).Continue reading Anarchafeminist Manifesto
We (Signal Fire) wanted to bring your attention to a book we recently published, along with Active Distribution. It’s called ‘Total Liberation,’ and it sets out an insurrectional strategy grounded in social ecology, deep ecology, and anti-speciesism. This piece was motivated by an apparent sense of confusion amongst radicals regarding how to take concrete steps towards the possibility of revolution. We are therefore inviting those who share similar feelings, and find the proposals offered here important, to consider lending a hand in its promotion.Continue reading Signal Fire: Total Liberation
“In our hearts we know the world will not be ‘saved’. Can active disillusionment be liberatory? What possibilities for liberty and wildness might be closed, or opened up, by unstoppable climate change, increasing surveillance, and the expansion and contraction of civilizations?”Continue reading Desert – A piece on creating meaning in the face of an ecological catastrophe with no way out