Madrid. A series of lectures about anarchy in times of pandemic will take place on August 7 and August 21.Continue reading #Madrid – Series of lectures: “Anarchy in times of pandemic”
Presenting 56 pages of anti-organisational, insurrectional, anti-civilisation anarchy of the 21st Century. A collection of critical texts and letters from anarchist points of view examining the new changes in production and social control brought about by new technologies which are ushering in a totalising prison-world and the advance of smarter-than-human machines.Continue reading Out Now: 325 #12 – ‘Against the Fourth and Fifth Industrial Revolutions’ (ACN)
Another peek at Beyond the Arc, Renzo Novatore. Bacchus Editions, 2020.Continue reading Visions of Child of Zarathustra, Excerpt from Beyond the Arc, Renzo Novatore, Bacchus Editions, 2020
Continue reading 1936, the revolution of those without a name
The events of July 18, 19 and 20, 1936 constitute one of the most over-interpreted events in our history and at the same time, more than eighty years later, they continue to be tremendously unknown.
The piece “Senzala or Quilombo” was in it’s time a scathing indictment against certain quarters of criticism inside the wider U.S. anarchist movement around the formation of Anarchist People of Color (APOC). First began as a website and list serve that linked various self-identified anarchists of color, the effort blossomed into a 2003 conference in Detroit and was followed up by regional and national conferences and attempts to form local groups. At the time of the writing of this piece in 2005 Pedro Ribeiro was a member of the Furious Five Revolutionary Collective in San Jose, CA which later merged into the California based Amanecer. This piece was published as part of the Black Anarchism reader.Continue reading Black #Anarchism: Senzala or Quilombo
“By its very nature, [wage] labour is an unfree, inhuman and unsocial activity, conditioned by private property and creating private property. The abolition of private property will not become a reality until it is conceived as the abolition of labour”.Karl Marx, On Friedrich List’s book ‘The National System of Political Economy’, 1845
Continue reading The alienated telework
“Under the conditions of private property [work] is alienation from life, for I work to live, to make a living. My work is not life.”Karl Marx, Notebooks of Paris, 1844.
Statement by anarchist groups and organisations from across the planet about the current revolt against racism and oppression.Continue reading The Oppressed Classes Rise Up Against Racism and Discrimination
How and why to build principled support relationships with political prisoners and prisoners of war.Continue reading Anarchist Black Cross Federation: Guide to Political #Prisoners & Prisoners of War Support
A short and eloquent reflection on the meaning of “anarchism”, by Christian Jesús Ferrer…Continue reading Christian Jesús Ferrer: #Anarchism, the antipodal star
To make the Revolution pass, like a red-hot iron, across this century, one thing alone must be done:
Demolish authority.Continue reading Ernest Coeurderoy, “Demolish Authority!” (1850)