The history of sabotage as a suppressed tool of the labor movement, and what it can bring to a new generation of climate activism.Continue reading On Sabotage
Flensburg. Germany. The rail station forest in Flensburg, which has been occupied for almost five months, is now being officially evicted following the killing of trees by people hired by the investors on Friday. The city of Flensburg has issued a request for assistance to the police. This shows that vigilante justice obviously leads to success after all: After all the promises not to evict this month because of the intensified Corona situation in Flensburg, Mayor Simone Lange has now broken them after all.Continue reading Never trust Simone: Rail station forest in Flensburg is being evicted right now
France. As long as the industrial zone project at Le Carnet (France, near Nantes) is not completely abandoned, resistance will be necessary! We will continue to fight to preserve the Carnet island, and will continue to warn of the consequences of the industrialization of the Loire estuary. If you want to defend the ZAD du Carnet: it’s now or never!Continue reading Zad du Carnet, France, Alert : Eviction risk confirmed
Wuppertal. Germany. The citizen initiative of local residents and supporters of the Osterholz forest, which is threatened from lodging, will organize a vigil tomorrow in solidarity with the forest squatters.Continue reading #Wuppertal, #Germany: Osterholz Remains vigil – Monday, February 15, from 08:00 a.m.
Wuppertal. Germany. There are many kinds of barricades in this world. Most of these barricades are built by capitalism. This economic system has thrown up a massive barricade against efforts to save our planet. The Oetelshofen company is also a master in building barricades. Their barricade consists, among other things, of 5 hectares of forest that they want to clear for their waste. It is a barricade against the life of trees, plants and animals in the Osterholz forest. Birds, fire salamanders, trees and wild orchids will have to give way for Oetelshofen’s greed for profit. When the forest is cleared, they will build a new giant barricade, which they will call a dump. It will be dozens of meters high.Continue reading Osterholz Forest Occupation, Wuppertal, Germany: About barricades and other inconveniences
Wuppertal. Germany. Statement by the Osterholz Forest Occupation on the spotting mission of the cops on Thursday September 11, 2021.Continue reading Osterholz Forest, Wuppertal, Germany: Day X is approaching, prepare yourselves! We determine the playing field!
So-called Canada. A few shots taken a week or two after an experimental exercise in the quaint little picturesque mountain town of Smithers (glad to see most of the posters stayed up!). This little hamlet/colony happens to be located in one of two yintah’s (territories) of the Cas Yikh (Grizzly Bear) – part of the Gidumten Clan of the Wetsuweten – the other Cas Yikh yintah is where the Gidumt’en Checkpoint kicked of the “shutdowncanada” movement with two years of winter blockades.Continue reading Wet’suwet’en territory: #ShutDownCanada Anti-Repression Posters Up
So-called Canada. The handful of supporters in the sparsely-populated courtroom came there to bear witness and stand in solidarity with an Indigenous Elder who had just been tried for a second time and was now awaiting the verdict.Continue reading How so-called Canada is targeting Indigenous resistance to TMX
Whether you turn inward or outward, whatever you encounter, kill it! If you meet a Buddha, kill the Buddha; if you meet a Patriarch, kill the Patriarch; if you meet an enlightened being, kill the enlightened being; if you meet your parents, kill your parents; if you meet your relatives, kill your relatives. Only then will you find emancipation, and by not clinging to anything, you will be free wherever you go.Linji, Chan Buddhist (d. 867)
Continue reading The Direction of Ecological Insurrections – Political Ecology Comes to Daggers with Fukuoka
Hurry up, comrade, shoot at once on the policeman, the judge, the wealthy, before a new police will hinder you. Hurry up and say no, before a new repression convinces you that to say no is nonsensical and crazy and that you should accept the hospitality of an asylum. Hurry up and attack the capital, before a new ideology makes it sacred for you. Hurry up and refuse work, before a new sophist tells you: Work makes you free. Hurry up and play. Hurry up and arm yourself.Alfredo Bonanno, Armed joy (1977)
The second part of the interview with Peter Gelderloos continues discussing the recent climate justice movements, before discussing decolonization and the reproduction of colonial trauma. The interview concludes by talking about their forthcoming book on anarchist resistance to climate change.Continue reading An Interview with Peter Gelderloos, Part II: From Colonial Trauma to Ecological Resurgence