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Sasha K: Some notes on Insurrectionary Anarchism – Killing King Abacus Anthology

What follows is a piece by Sasha K: “Some notes on Insurrectionary Anarchism” which appeared in Killing King Abacus #2. We added an anthology of the writing of Killing King Abacus (2000-2005).

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The #Lebanon Disaster: A Metaphor for Modern Capitalism

Libanon. There is now “a state of emergency” in Beirut. No, not to deal with the devastating explosion in its port which left 200 people dead or missing, over 6,000 injured and 300,000 homeless. The “state of emergency” is to protect the political and economic elite from the anger of the Lebanese population who were already on their knees before the explosion on 4 August.

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Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants

Nandita Sharma, Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants, Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2020.

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#Philippines – To pay is to die: The threat of student debt and homelessness in times of the #coronavirus

Philippines. A statement from the Bandilang Itim Collective on the continuation of school semesters and rent and debt obligations under the current state of pandemic.

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Careworkers: Cannon fodder to the #coronavirus?

Manchester. UK. April 8, 2020. An article by a careworker in Manchester Solfed about how careworkers are being treated during the current crisis.

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The #Philippines – Against a #Quarantine with Martial Law Characteristics

Philippines. April 3, 2020. The lockdown quarantine in the Philippines is effectively martial law. This is an anarchist perspective on the COVID-19 crisis.

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An Anarchist and Filipino Diaspora Perspective on the #COVID-19 #Pandemic

A perspective of a Filipino-American on the COVID-19 crisis.

An original article by Adobong Anarkiya, an anarchist from the Filipino diaspora in the United States.

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#Covid-19 lockdown in the #Philippines: #quarantine reflections

Manila. Philippines. March 30, 2020. An anarchist perspective on the COVID-19 quarantine and lock down in Metro Manila.

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#COVID19: Humanity’s Health or Capitalism’s Profit?

UK. March 25, 2020. Socialism, or communism, or whatever you want to call a society of the future, will not save us from occasional epidemics. It would however deal with them in an entirely different way.

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