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#London, #UK: Second anniversary of founding of Anarchist Communist Group

London. UK. February 17th marks the second anniversary of the founding of the Anarchist Communist Group.

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#Scotland #Dundee Anarchist Bookfair is happening on the 14th of March!

Dundee. Scotland. UK. Just to remind everyone about the Dundee Anarchist Bookfair 2020.

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Popular University of Rio de Janeiro, #Brazil: Capitalism, Anti-capitalism and Popular Organisation

This booklet, called Capitalism, Anti-capitalism and Popular Organisation, is a publication of the Popular University of Rio de Janeiro in conjunction with the Movement of Unemployed Workers of Rio de Janeiro (MTD-RJ).

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#Antipolitika – Anarchist Journal from the #Balkans issue #2

The second issue of Antipolitika – Anarchist Journal from the Balkans, is out. The theme of the issue is Yugoslavia. As in the case of the first issue, we published two versions, one in English and the other in Serbo-Croatian. This issues will have also have a Greek language edition which will be published by the end of the year. Let us know if you want a copy or to help us with the distribution.

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Are Anarchists Socialists? – Should Anarchists be (Libertarian) Socialists? Should Socialists be Anarchists?

**Many people regard anarchism and socialism as contradictory programs. This is based on the conception of “socialism” as state ownership of the economy. Yet historically, anarchists have regarded this program as “state socialism” or “authoritarian socialism.” They have rejected such views in favor of “anarchist-socialism” or “libertarian socialism.” This concept of anarchism as a variety of socialism remains important today in opposition to pro-capitalist “libertarianism” and to “democratic socialism”–that is, reformist state socialism.**

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#Indonesia / #USA: Jurnal Anarki Interview with Anarchist Author Kevin Tucker

The following interview with self-described primal anarchist advocate, writer, editor, independent researcher, publisher, musician and rewilding humanKevin Tucker, originally appeared in the first issue of the new Indonesian anarchist journal, Jurnal AnarkiJurnal Anarki is written entirely in Bahasa Indonesian, and this is the first time content from it has been republished in English. We’d like to thank comrade Eat for making this possible!

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A Revolutionary Anarchist Position Against Careerist Counterinsurgency

Alongside the familiar threats of state repression and snitches, the careerism of self-appointed activist leaders represents another insidious form of counterinsurgency that must be opposed by revolutionary anarchists. Activists from the art world, academia, and non-profits often position themselves to profit, both financially and in social capital, from their association with radical movements. They turn protest into performance art, a substance-free “insurgent aesthetic” and ensure that their names and faces are prominently displayed next to whatever spectacle they are promoting. In the pursuit of clout, these activist grifters will sell out the movements they claim to represent.

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Renzo Novatore: Toward the Creative Nothing

It is difficult to find anarchist works in English that are at the same time “individualist” and explicitly revolutionary, that emphasize the centrality of the aim of individual self-determination to a revolution that will “communalize material wealth” as it will “individualize spiritual wealth”. Written in 1924, Renzo Novatore’s “Toward the creating nothing”, is still an important read today.

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