On March 2, 1974, Catalan anarchist Salvador Puig Antich was strangled with a garrote by one of Franco’s executioners at the age of 25 for his participation in armed resistance actions. Even a plea for clemency from the Pope cannot change Franco’s (Catholic) mind. AK Press published a book about Salvador Puig Antich. The Book was edited by Ricard de Vargas Golarons and translated by Peter Gelderloos.Continue reading Salvador Puig Antich – Collected Writings on Repression and Resistance in Franco’s Spain
2020 is more than half over and maybe the United States is too. Trump seems to be working on a smooth transition of power from himself to himself regardless of any upcoming election results. A book review.Continue reading Book Review: Unflattering Photos of Fascists-Authoritarianism in Trump’s America
Beyond the city streets and markets of San Cristóbal de las Casas, steep roads wind into the misty mountains of Chiapas, past the Mexican state’s military outposts, and toward the autonomous communities of the Zapatistas, a movement which erupted onto the world stage on January 1st, 1994.Continue reading The #Zapatistas’ Dignified Rage: Revolutionary Theories and Anticapitalist Dreams of Subcomandante Marcos
In our series 10 years after police murder on Alexis we publish “We are an image from the future: the Greek revolt of December 2008” a collection of interviews, recollections, communiqués and articles about the December 2008 uprising in Greece in the wake of the murder of Alexis Grigoropoulos by the police in Athens.