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Why We Need Real Anarchy – Don’t Let Trump’s Minions Gentrify Revolt

Politicians have come together across the aisle to decry the storming of the Capitol on January 6 as “lawless,” “anti-democratic,” and “extremist,” going so far as to misrepresent the result as “anarchy.” But the problem with the invasion of the Capitol was not that it was unlawful, undemocratic, or extremist, per se, but that it was an effort to concentrate oppressive power in the hands of an autocrat—which is precisely the opposite of anarchy. Direct action, militant tactics, and a critique of electoral politics will remain essential to movements against fascism and state violence. We must not let the far right associate them with tyranny, nor permit centrists to muddy the waters.

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Neither An Insurrection Or Revolt: An Anarchist Response To The Permitted Fascist Temper Tantrum

So-called USA. A critical anarchist analysis and critique of the recent events in Washington DC and the response from the political Center and mass media.

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Possibilities of pressure on the dictatorial regime in Belarus

Reflections not only on how to improve the situation of imprisoned anarchists in so-called Belarus, but also on how to contribute to the fall of the local dictatorship.

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