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Void Network: Anarchist Social Struggles in Greece – Friday 25/1/2019 Cowley Club- #Brighton, #UK territory

Info event on January 25, 2019, at the Cowley Club in Brighton, (UK territory): Anarchist Social Struggles in Greece- open public dialogue with anarchist members from Void Network from Athens.

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BⒶD News Radio: Angry Voices From Around the World January 2019 ★

Welcome to the 19th edition of BⒶD news: angry voices from around the world a commonly produced monthly show of the anarchist and anti-authoritarian radio network, on this occasion composed by Črna Luknja, anarchist show on Radio Student from Slovenia.

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Alfredo M. #Bonanno: Why #Insurrection?

Our task as anarchists, our main preoccupation and greatest desire, is that of seeing the social revolution realized: terrible upheaval of men and institutions which finally succeeds in putting an end to exploitation and establishing the reign of justice. For we anarchists the revolution is our guide, our constant point of reference, no matter what we are doing or what problem we are concerned with. The anarchy we want will not be possible without the painful revolutionary break. If we want to avoid turning this into simply a dream we must struggle to destroy the State and exploiters through revolution.

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Build the Revolution: Anarcho-Syndicalism in the 21st Century

The Radical Education Department (RED) weighs in on the ongoing debate around syndicalism and organizing strategies, arguing that modern variations of syndicalism still offer powerful weapons for autonomous anti-capitalist struggles and movements.

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#Ukraine: Arrests and repressions of anarchists

In December 2018, Ukraine’s Security Services (SBU) conducted searches at the homes of seven anarchists. According to the activists, SBU officers forced two anarchists to sign a cooperation agreement, and one of the activists had her passport confiscated.

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Swedish territory: #Malmö anarchist bookfair 2019

During the weekend of 8-9 June 2019 it is time for Malmö’s Anarchist Book Fair!  If you want to get involved in the process: There will be a prepatory meeting on January 22.

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#UK territory: The Meaning of #Anarchism – Events in #Nottingham on January 28 and February 4

Before giving the details of my forthcoming talks I need to mention a few things. First off, I should mention that I have posted write-ups of my previous two talks in Nottingham – Peter Kropotkin: Science and Syndicalism and The 1848 Revolutions: An Anarchist Perspective – along with an article Propertarianism and Fascism. As noted in the introduction to both the talks, neither are exactly what I said on the day but rather what I had hoped to cover. I’ll leave it to those there to say whether I active that goal or not!

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Why anarchists do not vote

A piece by Elisée Reclus. Reclus was a Frenchgeographer, writer and anarchist. He produced his 19-volume masterwork, La Nouvelle Géographie universelle, la terre et les hommes (“Universal Geography”), over a period of nearly 20 years (1875–1894).

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Eduardo Colombo: The intransigent anarchist

Eduardo Colombo is the third of our anarchists whom we (Autonomies) have grouped under the title of writers of “May 68”, which includes Jaime Semprun, Miguel Amorós and Amedeo Bertolo. The reference to “May 68” is a political metaphor in this instance, for aside from Semprun, the other three writers were in their respective countries of origin at the time (Amorós was in spain, Bertolo in italy, and Colombo in argentina), but all four writers would be profoundly maked by the events of May and would endeavour to rethink anarchism in the wake of those events.

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