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“After 65 days on hunger strike, I was, as they said, a bag full of bones” [Dimitris Koufontinas, Greece]

One year after the beginning of last year’s hunger strike, Dimitris Koufontinas gave the first interview since those days to ‘The Press Project’. We publish here a translation. From our point of view, the interview marks the similarities, but also the differences between the current that Dimitris represents and those to which we feel connected, or not, as in the case of the Shining Path from Peru. However, our hearts will always be with those who are imprisoned in the dungeons of our mortal enemies. Sunzi Bingfa.

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International Campaign for Revolutionary Anarchism and Solidarity with Revolutionary Prisoners

With the capitalist destruction of earth and life continuing unhindered and the nearing prospects of an ecological collapse, there is, perhaps more than ever, a serious and immediate need for global revolutionary movements. Where do our movements here in Europe stand faced with the immense challenges and demands of our epoch? Can we retrace our revolutionary roots? Can we become the creative force that can effectively abolish the cannibalistic authority of the rich few over the many?

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Black Armed Joy: Some Notes Towards a Black Theory of Insurrectionary Anarchy

This essay is dedicated to the memory of our revolutionary elder, theorist, and warrior Russell Maroon Shoatz 

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Some reflections on the eviction of Waldeck Pyrmontlaan 8, Amsterdam

Amsterdam. Netherlands. Last Sunday we were evicted from our home after having been there for 5 days. Here are some reflections on what happened.

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Report on the “Osterholz stays!” Demonstration & the Forest Walk on January 2 [Wuppertal, Germany]

Wuppertal. Germany. More than five hundred people gathered on Sunday, January 2 at 2 p.m. for a rally at the station forecourt in Wuppertal Vohwinkel. Afterwards, the demonstration led directly to the occupied Osterholz, where the demonstration was followed by a walk in the woods.

Note from Enough 14: In the coming days, the Osterholz Bleibt alliance will release an initial statement about the role of a person named Jojo during the demo. The statement will be published on https://osterholzbleibt.org.

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January 6: First as Farce, Next Time as Tragedy? – What If We Knew We Would Face Another Coup?

What if we knew that we would face the same situation that occurred on January 6 again, but with Trump and his supporters better prepared for it? How would we prepare?

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Bristol, UK: Toby Shone speaks from the dungeons of Bristol prison, explaining his case

Bristol. UK. Toby Shone speaks from the dungeons of Bristol prison, explaining his case.

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On political clowns and why we don’t need them [Osterholz Forest, Wuppertal, Germany]

Wuppertal. Germany. Black-Green (CDU and Greens) has reacted to the Osterholz court decision from the Higher Administrative Court in Münster. The CDU, the party for which one of the managing directors of the Oetelshofen lime works, Moritz Iseke, sat in the environmental committee of the city of Wuppertal until the last election (The thing to put the fox in charge of the henhouse), finds that after the court decision all must accept the further destruction of our livelihood. The Greens of Wuppertal seem to suffer from amnesia and state that forest protection unfortunately has no priority. Also the green mayor of Wuppertal, Uwe Schneidewind, has again and again the same memory gap in his announcements. Both forget again and again that the Wuppertal Greens were part of the majority in the Wuppertal City Council in 2019, which recommended the district government to uproot the Osterholz forest.

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Invitation to Skilsharing camp in the Osterholz forest [Wuppertal, Germany]

Wuppertal. Germany. From December 24, until December 31, Jeder Baum Zählt (Every Tree Counts) organizes a skillsharing camp in the occupied forest.

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Wet’suwet’en Evict Coastal Gaslink From Drill Site; Re-Establish Coyote Camp [Smithers, BC]

Dec 20, 2021 – Unceded Gidimt’en Territory, Smithers (BC). Gidimt’en land defenders and supporters have once again evicted Coastal Gaslink workers from a key pipeline drill site, protecting Wet’suwet’en headwaters and re-occupying the area known as “Coyote Camp”.

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