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#Ontario: Announcing the #London Anarchist Bookfair

On June 22nd and 23rd (2019), London Ontario will be having an Anarchist Bookfair at the Empowerment Infoshop (located at 613 Dundas street.)

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Tuesday 18 december 2018, 14:00, Appeal Court-case #ADM vs. #Amsterdam’ municipality

ADM is appealing the issuing of an environmental permit to the Koole Maritime LCC company, by the Municipality of Amsterdam, despite the fact that the activities of this asbestos removal company are NOT complying with the Perpetual Clause, which rests on the ADM terrain.

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#Toronto: Far Right tried to hijack #YellowVests movement – Counter protests in Yellow

Ants showed up yesterday (December 15) to provide some sabotage to an alleged ‘yellow vest’ rally at Nathan Philips square. We dropped a banner over the proto-fascist trash that read “IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES WELCOME, RACISTS NOT”.


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#YellowVests December 15: #Nantes under a cloud of teargas

In a play, the fifth act is the final one: the one of the outcome, the conclusion. For the fifth act of the Yellow Vests movement, the government seemed ready to do anything to put an end to the dispute. To force destiny.

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Raoul Victor: The Movement of the #YellowVests

Not so long ago it was often said that the class struggle was practically doomed, if not almost extinct. In fact, this reflected above all the reality of an exploited class which for decades has been under the steamroller of “neo-liberalism”, that is, the policy driven by the systematic and violent search of lower labor costs, the policy which uses unemployment and the threat of unemployment to impose social submission. It was as if the working class was laying on the ground with the foot of the ruling class planted on its neck. The movement of the Yellow Vests appears first and foremost as an awakening, a massive refusal of this situation. Everyone agrees today: the rising fuel prices were only the trigger.

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I Don’t Remember Being Born To Please You

Do you ever feel that you have to keep your thoughts to yourself in order not to destroy a pleasant ambience? So you just sit there listening to someone say something that disturbs you, trying to pretend you are not disturbed, because you don’t wanna disturb anyone. This is especially common among women, because cis men have been more influential historically, which raises the stakes of an impasse. The woman’s reaction to what’s disturbing is often deemed as the problem, and not what was disturbing to begin with. As a result, we learn to shut up. We become conditioned to put other people’s needs ahead of our own.

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Alfredo M. Bonanno: The Logic of #Insurrection

Essay by Alfredo M. Bonnano.

When we hear the word insurrection we think of some precise moment of upheaval in the past, or imagine a similar clash in the future. Spontaneous insurrection occurs when people are pushed beyond their limits of endurance at their points of exploitation. Certain events take place: street clashes, attacks against the police, destruction of the symbols of capitalism (banks, jewelers, supermarkets, etc). Such moments of popular violence catch anarchists unprepared, amazed that yesterday’s apathy is transformed into today’s rage.

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Judge rules #Unistoten gate must come down for pipeline

Canadian territory: An Indigenous camp (Unistoten, EIE)was ordered Friday to remove a gate that’s blocking a bridge in northwestern B.C. and holding up a multi-billion-dollar gas pipeline project. A mainstream media report that was posted on Warrior Publications. As it is an important issue, we make an excemption and republish this mainstream media report. We added a statement from the Unistoten Facebook page.

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