We live in the age of the algorithm. Every day, our lives are mediated by forces that we cannot see and do not understand. Our actions, movements, decisions, and unconscious desires are monitored, recorded, and stripped down to lines of code. A vast trove of behavioural data is mined, primed, and manipulated on an individual level, producing billions of unique newsfeeds and different ways of experiencing reality.Continue reading The social empire [Teaser -Trailer]
On January 4 (19:30) we organize a screening of Submedia’s Trouble 16: “Conspiracy to Riot” in the Enough is Enough Info-Café in the Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal (German territory). After the video screening we will discuss the J20 resistance and the solidarity against the massive repression.Continue reading Enough is Enough Info-Café: Screening Trouble 16: Conspiracy to Riot
Sub.media is excited to announce the launch of Trouble, a brand-new monthly show offering an in-depth anarchist analysis of current struggles, tactics and movement dynamics. Trouble will broadcast first-hand accounts and perspectives from organizers on the ground, with the aim of cutting through the fog of misinformation that often clouds our understanding of the world, and provoking people into taking bold, collective action.
The very first “A is for Anarchy” a video series that breaks down anarchist concepts, theories and thoughts. On this episode Submedia TV looks at the concept of “Autonomy”
This Submedia TV video takes a closer look at capitalism, the system of economic and political control that dominates our world, and the relationship which gives it life – class.
Submedia TV: It’s no secret that anarchists don’t like states. In fact, we anarchists are generally defined by our rejection of, and opposition to state institutions, such as governments, police, and prisons. But while opposing these physical manifestations of the state is certainly an important part of anarchist practice, anarchist critiques of the state go much further, and include the underlying social relationships and ideologies that have historically been used to create states, and to uphold their authority. One of the most important of these concepts is nationalism. So what is it, exactly, and what do anarchists have against it?
In a world ruled by ceaseless capitalist competition, where people are pitted to work against each other, anarchists offer a different vision: Mutual Aid.