At the 1st January 2017 at around midday the Digos (anti terror unit) of Florence turned up at three flats in the city and a house in the province of Prato. They searched the homes and cars of those who were there, looking for weapons and explosives. They found nothing apart from one instance, where they seized electrical material (cables, switches, bulbs) and various items (computers, ‘bormioli’ glass jar lids, beeswax…)
Continue reading #Florence, #Italy Update On Raids Following Explosion At “Il Bargello” Neo-Nazi Bookshop
An activist was killed Tuesday in Guatemala during a clash between protesters and police at a demonstration led by Indigenous community members who oppose the construction of a hydroelectric plant in San Mateo Ixtatan, a municipality in the country’s western highlands.
Continue reading #Guatemala: Activist Killed Protesting Hydroelectric Project
Björn Höcke, chairman of the AFD group in the parliament of the German state of Thuringia showed his true face once again during a speech in Dresden, Germany last night.
Image: Screenshot of Björn Höcke during yesterdays speech in Dresden, Germany (No photoshop, its the shadow of the mic…).
Continue reading #DD1701 #NoAFD: AFD’s #Höcke Calling For Germans To Stop Atoning For Their Nazi Past
On January 20, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. There to protest the know-nothing real estate mogul’s ascent to office will be many of the people he’s insulted and denigrated over the past year and a half: women, people of color, Muslims, immigrants – representatives of the majority of the population of the U.S.
Many of us protestors are anarchists.
Continue reading #DisruptJ20 #J20 Why We’re Protesting: An Anarchist Perspective on the Trump Inauguration
San Francisco, CA, January 17, 2017 — To honor the call, made by the Anti Police Terror Project for 120 hours of direct actions to uphold the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., local community organizers have planned to camp out in front of San Francisco’s City Hall until January 20th, 2017. They kicked off their camp out with a free community concert Tuesday night, that mobilized over 150 youth, parents, and community members.
Continue reading #J20 #SF: #Camp120 Will Hold Space in Front of City Hall Until Inauguration Day to Protest the Inaction of DA Gascón
Thousands of protestors will stream into the streets of Washington, DC on January 20 to oppose the incoming presidency of Donald Trump. As they march, chant, unfurl their banners, and attempt to disrupt the inauguration, they step into a decades-long history of protests against the presidential spectacle.
Continue reading #DisruptJ20 #J20 Whoever They Vote For, We Are Ungovernable – A History of Anarchist Counter-Inaugural Protest
Professional troll Milo Yiannopoulos will be coming to UW in Seattle as part of his
“Dangerous Faggot” speaking tour on Friday January 20th and will be speaking
in room 130 of Kane Hall from 7-10PM. If you’re not familiar with his work,
here is a cited list of some of the disgusting behavior he engages in.
Continue reading #J20 #DisriptJ20 #Antifa #Seattle Defend Our City: Take Action Against #Milo at UW!
On Saturday evening, January 14th 2017, some fifty people participated in the demonstration on the streets of Exarhia called by the anarchist squat Themistokleous 58 on the occasion of completion of one year of the project. The demonstration’s banner read “Resistance, Revolt, Freedom” in English and Farsi, and another banner was dropped from the squat in memory of Shahzad Luqman, murdered by Nazis in Ano Petralona in January 2013: “We do not forget Shahzad Luqman – Bash the fash.”
Continue reading #Athens #Greece: Reportback From Demonstration in #Exarchia
Every Day: Stop Trump and Pence Before they start. January 14th – January 21st, 04:00pm at Mc Pherson square, Washinbgton DC.
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On January 15th, 1919 Rosa Luxemburg & Karl Liebknecht were murdered by right-wing troops in Berlin, Germany under orders from social democratic SPD leaders. It wasn’t the first, nor the last time liberals and social democrats betrayed revolutionaries. We publish The Russian Revolution, written by Rosa Luxemburg to commemorate Rosa and Karl.
Source: The Russian Revolution, by Rosa Luxemburg.
Publisher: Workers Age Publishers (New York), © 1940.
First Published: 1922 by Paul Levi.
Translated: Bertram Wolfe.
Original Online Version: marxists.org 1999.
Transcription/Markup: A. Lehrer/Brian Baggins.
Fundamental Signifcance of the Russian Revolution
The Bolshevik Land Policy
The Nationalities Question
The Constituent Assembly
The Question of Suffrage
The Problem of Dictatorship
The Struggle Against Corruption
Democracy and Dictatorship
Continue reading #Rosa #Luxemburg: The Russian Revolution #RosaKarl