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“Mutual Aid Not Charity in the Philippines March 2021” Supporting Tricycle Drivers and Operators

Philippines. It has been a year now; people are still struggling economically specially the marginalized community. The government has no clear plan and support to those people in needs.

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Philippines: A Call for Solidarity Funds – Solar Power Autonomous Mobile Tekpak

Philippines. An autonomous project promoting decentralized and self-manageable mobile Solar power Tekpak.

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#Philippines: Students Lead the Militancy!

Philippines. These universities are not alone. In fact, this struggle for our lives, for our freedom to dictate our destiny, is the struggle of every student, in every institution across the archipelago! All schools, colleges, and universities have their own versions of our very native concept of bayanihan, that entails a camaraderie and solidarity where no one will be left behind. It is in our values and in our history that we can learn what it takes to take our liberty now.

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#Philippines: Spreading Kapwa-Tulungan – An Interview with the Etniko Bandido Infoshop

The Commoner talks to Cris at the Bandido Infoshop, a radical space bringing anarchism to Pasig, the Philippines.

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Bringing the Black Flag to the #Philippines – An Interview with Bandilang Itim

The Commoner talks to Bandilang Itim, an organisation rallying together anarchists and libertarians in the so-called Philippines.

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Flush the Anti Terrorist Law – Solidarity with the #Philippines

Around the globe, communities are seeing the rise of authoritarianism driven by corporate interests in the form of anti-terrorism bills, laws, and regulations.  In the United States, we saw (and continue to see) deliberate efforts to use anti-terrorism as a way of silencing those who challenge capitalism. 

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Abolitionism against #pandemic – Policing in the #Philippines

The demand for abolition becomes urgent in the face of a highly militarized response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines.

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To U.S. Anti-Fascists: Resist Joseph Scott Pemberton’s Return to the United States

An open letter by Filipino and Filipinx autonomists in the so-called Philippines and diasporas.

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#Philippines: Community Not Authority Solidarity Shirt

Philipines. We are propagating against the existence of police authority and calling to build a much better community. In this pandemic era, we experienced the harsh condition, the neglect and the incapability of the government to handle health crisis. They’ve given much support on deploying police in uniform to fight the spread of Covid 19 virus and passed Anti-Terrorism Law which we see is inappropriate in this kind of situation.

We are calling to abolish police.
Build a just and better community without authority.

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The New Terror Bill in the #Philippines: Another Front in the Worldwide Struggle against Tyranny

Yesterday, a new “anti-terror” law went into effect in the Philippines, marking another stage in the worldwide rise of autocracy. The law enables authorities to warrantlessly arrest and detain anyone for two weeks or more on the sole suspicion of inciting terrorism “by means of speeches, proclamations, writings, emblems, banners or other representations,” even “without taking any direct part in the commission of terrorism.” What constitutes terrorism is defined at the whims of the Anti-Terrorism Council, a group comprised almost entirely of members of authoritarian president Rodrigo Duterte’s cabinet.

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