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Small Band of fascists attempting to disrupt #Boston Anarchist Bookfair are quickly repelled

BOSTON – On Sunday, November 18, a small group of fascists attempted to enter, disrupt and intimidate attendees of the Boston Anarchist Bookfair but were quickly pushed out by attendees.

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Society of the spectacle – Guy Debord

The Society of the Spectacle (French: La société du spectacle) is a 1967 work of philosophy and Marxist critical theory by Guy Debord, in which the author develops and presents the concept of the Spectacle. The book is considered a seminal text for the Situationist movement. We added a video with Guy Debord’s landmark cinematic analysis of consumer society which is based on his influential sociological 1967 book with the same title.

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Miguel Amorós: Anti-developmentalism as class struggle

This is a further contribution to our (Autonomies) series dedicated to the “May 68 writers” Amorós, Jaime Semprun, Eduardo Colombo, and Amedeo Bertolo.

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Our rage against the modern world

No really-existing fascism has arisen within humanity that was not industrialist. This then begs an obvious question–why do those of us who oppose industrialization find ourselves being accused of being fascist?

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#Yogyakarta, #Indonesia: #Aftonomi press need support to publish Bahasa version of Guy Debord’s “The Society of the Spectacle”

Submission by comrades of Aftonomi press. The comrades need support to publish an Indonedian (Bahasa) translation of Guy Debord’s “The Society of the Spectacle”.

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Video and statement of the Averof occupation at #Polytech in #Athens

Statement and video by Insurgents / Anarchists about the occupation of Averof at Polytech in Athens, Greek territory.

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Interview with Warren McGregor, #ZACF, #SouthAfrica: Building black working class counter-power against state, capital and national oppression

Interview with Warren McGregor of the Zabalaza  Anarchist Communist Front (ZACF),[1] South Africa: What is anarchism? Who really rules South Africa? Should we form a “workers party”? How does anarchism address racial and national oppression? How can we build working class counter-power? What is the state of the left? How do we link fights for reforms to revolutionary transformation and counter-power?  Where does anarchism come from and what is its history in South Africa? Where to now?

Warren McGregor is an activist born in the Coloured townships of the Cape Flats, now resident in Johannesburg, where he is involved in working class and union education.

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Gilles Dauvé: Capitalism and communism

Excellent text from Gilles Dauvé outlining the development of capitalism, and communism as the real movement in everyday life which tends towards the abolition of wage labour. Capitalism would be too happy to see us change our lives locally while it carries on globally. Because it is a central force, the State has to be demolished by central action. Because its power base is ubiquitous, it must be extinguished everywhere. Communisation will combine both dimensions… or fail.

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Landauer, On the German Revolution of 1918-19

Gustav Landauer would fully engage with the events of the German Revolution, both as writer and militant. And if criticised certain decisions or actions, he did not hesitate to commit himself to revolution whose anarchist dimension is often ignored.

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