Following the publication of a communiqué claiming responsibility for a fire in a garage at a Grenoble police depot (gendarmerie) during the night of September 20th/21st,Indymedia GrenobleandIndymedia Nanteshave been threatened by the French police.
Investigators stated Thursday that the cops who sodomized 22 year old Theo with a baton did so by chance, and that the incident doesn’t represent rape. Angry protestors clashed with police on Friday again, the 7th day of clashes in several French cities. In a live broadcasting on state tv “France 2” of French music awards “Victoires 2017” popstar Imany demanded justice for Theo and Adama. Adama died in police custody last year.
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YellowVestsMontreuil.png The assembly of yellow vests from Montreuil has answered the call from Commercy. They have accepted the invitation to attend the assembly of assemblies. 300 people resisting against the police to defend a roundabout, that is proletarian self defence. Yellow Vests Montreuil read more
LA-teacher-march-signs1-700x525.jpg More than 30,000 educators in the country’s second-biggest school district of Los Angeles are poised to strike Monday, January 12 for the first time since 1989. In the aftermath of the inspiring wave of teacher strikes and actions in 2018, LA teachers are preparing to fight not just for their own jobs, but to […]
strike-back-sweden.jpeg Two activists with the SAC syndicalist union in Sweden write on the “Peace Obligation” proposal which would effectively outlaw strikes and workplaces actions outside of narrow conditions. The piece explains both the political context for the proposal – crafted jointly by employers and major unions and backed by the Social Democratic Party – as […]
The post Boston Mobilizes Against Neo-Nazi Group Intent on Crashing Women’s March; Proud Boys Claim They’re Coming to Orlando appeared first on It's Going Down. On Saturday, January 19th, a variety of anti-racist groups are planning to mobilize in Boston against the neo-Nazi front group, Resist Marxism, which includes members of other neo-Nazi formations such […]
The post Kingston: Actions Continue in Support of Wet’suwet’en Camps appeared first on It's Going Down. Roundup of #ShutDownCanada actions taking place in Kingston in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en people. As #ShutDownCanada actions continue to happen across the country in support of the Wet’suwet’en camps attacked by the RCMP on Monday, anti-colonial networks in Katarokwi/Kingston are activated and […]
The post Wobcast #2: Proof of Concept appeared first on It's Going Down. The Wobcast is a brand new podcast from the Organizing Work website, which details contemporary workplace organizing campaigns from a revolutionary perspective. http://organizing.work/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/WobcastEpisode2.mp3 In the second episode of our podcast, Marianne Garneau argues that the Stardust campaign in NYC is the “proof […]
The post Philadelphia, 2018: Year in Review appeared first on It's Going Down. Originally published in the pages of the anarchist magazine, Anathema, what follows is a look back and reflection on anarchist activity in 2018 in the Philadelphia area. Most of 2018 was a disaster, as the Trump administration carried on with its daily […]
The post Deportee from “Chaparral Camp” Reports: Sentimientos and Photos appeared first on It's Going Down. A report from the border as the conditions harden and become much more more dire, as more caravans prepare to make the journey to the United States. The lack of services and continuous harassment amplifies a downward spiraling situation […]
The post TIA #53: Building Resilience Outside a System in Crisis appeared first on It's Going Down. Welcome, to This Is America, January 16th, 2018. In this episode, we caught up with two groups of people that are actively organizing mutual aid and survival programs in their cities, to provide listeners with some possible ideas […]
The post Hamilton, ON: Shutdown at TransCanada Facility in Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Peoples appeared first on It's Going Down. As of approximately 9am on Monday January 14th, a group entered and shut down a TransCanada (now TC-Energy) facility in what is Dish with One Spoon Territory, known as Hamilton, ON. The facility, located at 1020 […]
The post Over 100 Riot Police Break Up Protest Encampment and Tree Sit to Cut Trees at People’s Park appeared first on It's Going Down. Early on Tuesday morning, over 100 riot police descended on People’s Park in Berkeley, California to make arrests and clear out a small protest encampment and tree sit that had […]
The post Counter-Insurgency Paper Argues that Native Resistance Could Bring Canada to a Standstill appeared first on It's Going Down. Montreal Counter-info has published a video detailing the weak points of extractive industry, transportation, and infrastructure – taken straight from a counter-insurgency paper concerned with the threat of indigenous uprising in Canada. https://ia801504.us.archive.org/10/items/WeakPointsCanada/WeakPoints-Canada.mp4 “Observant individuals […]
The post From the Whiteaker to the Woods: The Rise of the “Eugene Anarchists,” Part 1 appeared first on It's Going Down. “That was the kind of equation if you will, I remember talking to people, and everybody was saying, “If the urban, anarcho-punk types ever connect with the tree-sitters and forest defense people – […]
"I have met my own people, and I hate them all." --Claudia, from Interview With The Vampire In this episode, Alley and Rhyd discuss their own journeys into Paganism and witchcraft and how they differed radically from the "business" of Paganism and witchcraft in America.
Alley and Rhyd discuss the problems of nationalism and explore the important differences between indigenous and colonized people's struggles for national independence and the far right and white nationalist struggles, and the role of global capitalism in the destruction of cultural differences.
What’s an Egregore? What’s an egregore got to do with America? And what really happened to the dude who made KONY2012? In the sixth episode Alley Valkyrie and Rhyd Wildermuth discuss how the ingredients of the ritual that manifested American make it impossible to change, and discuss how an egregoric understanding can inform resistance and […]
Why is being a "witch" suddenly popular? What does the rise of the witch identity mean for actual witches? Why our capitalists trying to sell us stuff? And what are the dangers of this trend? In Episode 4: The Witch, Alley Valkyrie and Rhyd Wildermuth look at the questions (and try to keep their focus […]
In this episode, Alley Valkyrie & Rhyd Wildermuth discuss this current crisis of Capitalism, how Trump and other opportunists exploit this crisis (and are much smarter than you think), and how all of this has created the material conditions for civil unrest, fascism, and its socialist opposition.
Anonymous Submission to North Shore Counter-Info. Occupied Dish with One Spoon Territory Hamilton, ON As of approximately 9am on Monday January 14th, a group entered & shut down a TransCanada (Now TC-Energy) facility in what is Dish with One Spoon Territory, known as Hamilton, ON. The facility, located at 1020 Rymal Road East, is a […]
From Parkdale Organize Today tenants at 1340 King along with members of Parkdale Organize delivered a letter to landlord Evan Johnsen at his Parkdale home. Johnsen is trying to evict 1340 King tenant Stanislav, a masonry worker who has lived in the building for twenty years. In summer 2018 Stanislav transferred to a new unit […]
As #ShutDownCanada actions continue to happen across the country in support of the Wet’suwet’en camps attacked by the RCMP on Monday, anti-colonial networks in Katarokwi/Kingston are activated and trying to maintain pressure on the government and corporate interests behind the Coastal GasLink project. Here is a brief timeline of actions here over the past week. […]
Dozens of supporters of the Wet’suwet’en nation – currently facing police suppression in B.C. for blocking construction of a pipeline – stormed into a government building in Ottawa and disrupted a speech to be delivered by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Jan. 8. Read More ...
From It’s Going Down Late at night, some friends decided to pay TransCanada’s Bolton office a visit and remind them that there are many eyes and ears watching what is happening on Wet’suwet’en territories.
Received on 19/11/2018: The second issue of Paper Chained has been published online. This is a journal that supports publication of writings and artistic expressions from people affected by incarceration. Click here to download the PDF, and visit the blog of Running Wild here to read more. […]
Received on 16/11/2018: A banner tied in Yogyakarta, reading: “SOLIDARITY WITH ALL ANARCHIST AND ANTI-FASCIST IN RUSSIA, LONG LIVE ANARCHY! MIKHAIL”. Anarchists and Anti-Fascists in Russia have faced a wave of repression from the State following an action carried out by a 17-year-old young anarchist named Mikhail Zhlobitsky who blew himself up at the Arkhangelsk […]
Received on 10/11/2018; for the case of Mikhail Zhlobitsky check here and here:Narrm / Melbourne so-called Australia: Graffiti mural in memory of 17 year old Russian Anarchist-Communist Mikhail Zhlobitsky who died while carrying out an explosive attack against the FSB (Federal Security Service) Regional Headquarters in Arkhangelsk, Russia on October 31st. “Never Forget Our Fallen […]
sent 11/1/18 They are facing potential incarceration for helping migrants in danger in the French Alps. Bastien, Benoit, Eléonora, Juan, Lisa, Mathieu et Théo will face justice on November 8th in Gap. They are prosecuted for «helping undocument foreign nationals to enter national territory, in organized gang”. The envisaged […]
In March 2018, a major crisis erupted around an obscure political consulting firm called Cambridge Analytica.It was discovered that the firm had acquired the private data of millions of Facebook users and was putting it to the service of its clients in political campaigns. The revelations attracted attention in part because the company is owned […]
Alongside government repression, what poses a greater threat to the yellow vest movement—the reactionaries who are participating in order to present themselves as the alternative to Macron’s neoliberalism, or the reformists who aim to replace horizontal self-organization with new party structures and legislation? In the following analysis, we show how these two phenomena are connected. […]
The president is drawing on two decades of bipartisan support for crackdowns on traffickers to secure support for his agenda at the border. The post Trump Has Turned the War on Trafficking Into a War on Immigrants appeared first on Infoshop News.
The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from ExxonMobil regarding Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s climate change investigation Monday, a decision legal experts called a “crushing blow” to the oil giant. The Court’s decision could have implications beyond the state of Massachusetts as Exxon is forced to hand over documents detailing what it knew […]
Since November 2018, the yellow vest movement has created a political crisis in France and posed thorny questions to radicals worldwide. In the following report, we detail the yellow vest actions from December 8, 2018 to January 5, 2019, recounting how the yellow vest movement defied the calendar—that age-old device for limiting revolutionary movements. The […]