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Toronto: Hate and genocide apologism have no place on campus – an account of the Dec 18th anti-fascist rally at University X

Toronto. On December 18th, a coalition of anti-fascists/anti-racists consisting of leftist organizations, labour unions, and concerned community members, gathered at University X (the school originally named after the genocidal, Egerton Ryerson who played a crucial role in the Canadian Residential School system). This demonstration was originally intended to be a counter to a rally being held by the so-called “Ryerson Conservatives,” and was to feature notorious politician, and piece of shit, Maxime Bernier, as well as other far-right politicians/genocide apologists and anti-vaxx spokespersons. However, shortly after a number of groups and organizations stated their intentions to counter the rally, the event was cancelled. (-Their ‘official’ reason for the cancellation seems to keep changing…-) Despite the event’s cancellation, there were still concerns that some of the far-right would attempt to occupy the space at University X anyway. In response, the coalition of various orgs and individuals went ahead with the counter-demonstration.

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Fascism as the “reconquest”: Éric Zemmour’s political crusade [France]

France. Within a period of a week, Éric Zemmour, a radical french nationalist journalist and essayist, announced his candidacy in the country’s upcoming presidential elections (30/11/2021) and the creation of a political organisation named the “Reconquête” (05/12/2021).

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A Statement from Charlottesville Anti-Fascists in the Wake of Sines v. Kessler

Charlottesville. Virginia. A statement by anti-fascists from Charlottesville in the wake of the Sines v. Kessler trail.

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Lessons from the Historic Fight Against Fascism – Anarchists Against the Rise of Fascism

A review of the fight against the rise of fascism in Italy and Germany and its lessons for revolutionary anarchists today.

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The discrete charm of the Swedish social democracy and why antifascism is not enough – Brochure by SödrⒶ Klubben

SödrⒶ Klubben publishes online the brochure The discrete charm of the Swedish social democracy and why antifascism is not enoughThis is a collective project that we worked with for almost two years, depicting the Swedish political reality the last period through historical analysis and an anarchist perspective. In the brochurewe make the argument that antifascism as it is practiced right now remind us of a limited militant anti-nazism that lacks a holistic political approach and set of actions against the principal matrix of fascism in the country, and any country: the state and capital!

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On the despicable anti-migrant march in Iquique, Chile: The defense of the nation is the defense of the State and exploitation

Chile. The following are some brief reflections on what happened this Saturday, September 25 in Iquique, events that reflect a new phase in the local migration crisis, which in turn is part of the global migration crisis.

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Support the antifascist struggle in Brazil

Help the brazilian antifascists from “Revolução Periférica”, who are facing prison and legal fees due to the iconic incendiary action on the statue of Borba Gato, an infamous colonizer in São Paulo.

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Spain 1936, Ethiopia 2021: the fight against fascism continues …

Leaflet distributed at the Vernet Concentration Camp on the occasion of Heritage Days. Because memory is useless if it does not highlight today’s struggles…

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Seven Theses on the Three-Way Fight

The seven theses I propose here were first published as part of a preface to T. Derbent’s German Communist Resistance 1933–1945, published by Foreign Languages Press (2020). I have reworked parts of that preface here as a standalone essay that aims to summarize the praxis of the three-way fight and forecast problems and prospects going forward.

“Militant antifascists must maintain a revolutionary horizon to avoid being absorbed within the ideological parameters of liberal antifascism. At the same time, antifascist work cannot merely be absorbed into revolutionary work; antifascism is community self-defense.”

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Demo, riot and action against repression – fragments of an offensive weekend [Leipzig, Germany]

Leipzig. Germany. There has never really been any reason in the history of the FRG to believe that state repression is on a downward trend. Nevertheless, in recent years – and especially in the wake of the G20 summit – many have the impression that repression is increasing (not only in the FRG).

Image above: Windows clatter and you scream, people die and you remain silent…

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