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#Ontario: Announcing the #London Anarchist Bookfair

On June 22nd and 23rd (2019), London Ontario will be having an Anarchist Bookfair at the Empowerment Infoshop (located at 613 Dundas street.)

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Alfredo M. Bonanno: The Logic of #Insurrection

Essay by Alfredo M. Bonnano.

When we hear the word insurrection we think of some precise moment of upheaval in the past, or imagine a similar clash in the future. Spontaneous insurrection occurs when people are pushed beyond their limits of endurance at their points of exploitation. Certain events take place: street clashes, attacks against the police, destruction of the symbols of capitalism (banks, jewelers, supermarkets, etc). Such moments of popular violence catch anarchists unprepared, amazed that yesterday’s apathy is transformed into today’s rage.

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An Anarchist’s Perspective of the #YellowVests

Yellow Vests: After four weeks of demonstrations, blockades, occupations, general meetings, analysis of all kinds, here is one with a radical left and/or anarchist angle.

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Review of Peter Gelderloos, “Worshipping Power: An Anarchist View of Early State Formation”

A review of Peter Gelderloos’anarchist analysis of how states are formed and developed.

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The Delirious Momentum of the Revolt – AudioZine

This zine is collects writings by A.G. Schwarz (it’s billed as “the complete works”). The writings are among the best of the insurrectionary writings that came out in the early 2010s in the United States, with essays covering “The Logic of Not Demanding”, the Greek insurrection in 2008 and lessons that can be learned from it, and discussions of various attempts to try insurrectionary approaches in the United States.

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Alan MacSimoin (1957-2018) – #Dublin Historian and Political Activist

We learned at lunchtime today (December 5, 2018, EIE) of the tragic news that Alan MacSimoin has died. It was sudden and hit us hard. Alan was a social historian, political activist, trade unionist and great supporter of the Come Here To Me! project from day one.

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A-infos; Keeping the torch burning for the 24th year – #anarchism

In 1994 Class War organised an international anarchist gathering in London under the heading of ’10 days the shook the world’. It provided a location that brought together a number of anarchist who had been working on the promotion of the anarchist idea online and set off a string of collaborations that would last in some cases to the present day.

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Transnational call from #Chile: For a Black December

Transnational call for a black December from Chile. This article is part of our 10 years after police murder on Alexis series.

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The #Anarchism of Blackness–Review of Zoe Samudzi & William C. Anderson, “As Black as Resistance; Finding the Conditions for Liberation.”

There are almost no books on anarchism and African-American liberation, which makes this an exceptional work. It places racial oppression at the center of U.S. society, interacting and overlapping with all other forms of oppression and exploitation. The strengths and weaknesses of the work are reviewed.

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