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On Friday, 15th of December 2017, 209 people from Sierra Leone in the transit camp in Deggendorf, Germany started a ‘strike of closed doors’. In protest, the children and young people refused to attend the German class as access to other educational institutions is denied. The adults haven’t left the accommodation and denied to work in the 80 cents jobs. On Saturday, 16th of December 2017 they started a hunger strike. The protest involves 44 children and young people, as well as 40 women (among them 12 pregnant women) and 125 men. The starting point of the protest was the violent deportation of a man from Sierra Leone on Friday morning, which was stopped in the last minute at the airport.
Today Arash Hampay is 19 days in hunger strike. Three imprisoned refugees in Moria (Lesvos, Greece), Amir Hampay (brother of Arash), Arash Bahroz and Hussein Kozhin are 20 days in hunger strike now. Statements by hunger striker Arash Hampay.
On May 22, 36 people started a protest against deportations, for equal rights for all and for the permission to work in front of district office in Ebersberg, near to Munich (Germany). One day later the protesters started a dry hunger strike. In Berlin refugees continued their protest in front of the lager at Brienner street.
In Berlin cops evicted refugees who were protesting against the conditions in the refugee camp at Brienner Street 16. The cops confiscated all sleeping bags and tents . People want to stay in the street. Urgent support needed. Please tell to everyone you know.
Three years after the internationally organizedMarch for Freedom, four participants in a peaceful demonstration in the city of Luxembourg have been sentenced to restrictive suspended sentences and high fines. The entire trial appeared extremely arbitrary and did not correspond to fair legal practices.
Times are gone, in which the German state presented itself as a refuge of humanity and of culture of welcome and in which it was comparatively easy to enter the country for refugees (partly also without registration). Nowadays agreements are made with governors like the Turkish president Erdogan, to prevent refugees from coming close to the German borders; to speed up the asylum procedure, more and more states are designated as secure countries of origin, so that people can be deported there without a so called individual case inspection; an annual maximum limit for asylum requests is discussed and incidents like IS attacks or sexual assaults on women are instrumentalised to stir up fear within society and to legitimate a harsh approach against any form of foreigner’s criminality.
Two and a half years after the internationally organized March for Freedom, six activists are going to trial. During the day of action on May 5, 2014 there were thirteen brutal arrests at a demonstration on the Kirchberg in Luxemburg. The demonstration was a protest against a meeting of European Union Ministers of Interior entitled “Fight Against Illegal Immigration”.
On 5th February 2017, most of the adults (about 200, editor Enough is Enough) among the 711 refugees residing in a state-run Camp in the former Athens National Airport (Camp Elliniko II), in the majority coming from Afghanistan, started a hunger strike to protest against their degrading living conditions demanding for their transfer to homes, papers and freedom of movement for all. As reported by one of the refugees, it is very likely that residents of the two other camps in Elliniko (the nearby Olympic baseball and a hockey stadiums) might join in the protest today.
Freedom introduces the Abahlali baseMjondolo, a South African movement of shack dwellers who organise land occupations and communes. Here is their statement on their planned 16 Days of Activism. To be in movement means to be in permanent struggle, every day, every week, every year. For us this includes working to build democratic women’s power
The following text was first published by the Belarusian anarchist collective Pramen. Eight months have passed since the start of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops. Tens of thousands of people have been killed, many towns and villages are in ruins, and the torture of the Kremlin regime in the occupied territories continues
Five activists are acquitted of the charge of “conspiracy to commit criminal damage” after a unanimous jury verdict, who took barely over 60 minutes to reach their decision. The five defendants pleaded ‘not guilty’ prior to the hearing and had to wait two years to be heard in Southwark Crown Court. On October 10th 2020,
A student campaign launched on Monday, calling for a mass movement of students to fight back over the cost of living crisis after a conference was held by students last month. National Union of Students (NUS) research released last week found students have been struggling this year amid the cost of living crisis: 9 in
Freedom publish a statement from Action Against Detention & Deportations about the tragic death of a man who spent a week incarcerated in Manston detention camp. The Home Office won’t say who the man is, how old he is, where he came from, how he died or provide any other information. We are saddened and
Welcome, to This Is America, November 25th, 2022. On today’s episode, first we speak with two members of the Black Rose Anarchist Federation about the ongoing mass United Auto Workers (UAW) strike across the University of California system. We talk about how the strike grew out of a wave of wildcat strikes in early 2020... […]
The following article by Gloria Muñoz Ramírez, published in Desinformémonos and translated by Scott Campbell, notes the launching of a hunger strike by seven Indigenous political prisoners from Eloxochitlán de Flores Magón. Eloxochitlán de Flores Magón | Desinformémonos. The demand for the freedom of the seven Mazateco political prisoners was the focus of the international... […]
Report back from UC Davis in so-called Davis, California about the setting up of barricades during the ongoing UAW strike. What became a week-long blockade of the Memorial Union bus terminal started off as just an idea to do a banner drop. One afternoon the weekend of the strike, our affinity group decided to make... […]
Report from Elm Fork John Brown Gun Club on recent defense of a community event in so-called Denton, Texas. Activists and allies held trans story-time in Denton to bring a little hope to Trans Awareness week. There’s no need for a depressing reminder of the pressing legislation and violent rhetoric being directed at trans folks... […]
Report on the struggle in solidarity with Kanien’kehà:ka Kahnistensera at McGill University in so-called Montreal. Through this solidarity struggle, it has become clear that as a radical community, we need to stand in solidarity with the kanien’kehá:ka kahnistensera. Because these traditionalist activists from Kahnawa:ke have been fighting for the last fifty years for the sovereignty... […]
Short situationist text on cinema, from Internationale Situationniste #1. Author Situationist International Submitted by Fozzie on November 25, 2022 Copied to clipboard FOR 1 AND AGAINST CINEMA Translated by Ian Thompson, April 2015. Proofread and Edited by Anna O’Meara & Mehdi el H. From https://isinenglish.com/748-2/ Cinema is the principal art of our society, insofar as […]
An issue of class struggle anarchist newspaper Black Flag, including UK and international news, UK government ID database, Martin Foran, Denmark squatters, Melbourne prisoner deaths, JFK assassination, letters, etc. Author Black Flag Submitted by Fozzie on November 25, 2022 Copied to clipboard PDF courtesy of Sparrows Nest Archive, Nottingham. Files BlackFlag183.pdf (9.31 MB) Book traversal […]
Online archive of prol-position newsletter, published 2005-2008. "An open project discussing and circulating articles from different regions, translated from different languages, and reporting on different spheres of exploitation and proletarian struggle around the world." Author Prol-Position Submitted by Fozzie on November 24, 2022 Copied to clipboard From: https://web.archive.org/web/20120601184452/http://www.prol-position.net/nl Files pp-intro-flyer.pdf (131.78 KB) ppnews-1-March-2005.pdf (240.07 KB) […]
An issue of class struggle anarchist newspaper Black Flag, including UK and international news, how to beat the poll tax, Economic League tries to blacklist Black Flag, Anarchist Black Cross conference report, Martin Foran, history: state repression of anarchism in Japan, etc. Author Black Flag Submitted by Fozzie on November 24, 2022 Copied to clipboard […]
Text on psychological manipulation and influence from International Situationniste #1. Author Situationist International Submitted by Fozzie on November 24, 2022 Copied to clipboard Translated by Ian Thompson, March 2015. Proofread and Edited by Anna O’Meara & Mehdi el H. From: https://isinenglish.com/1-4-the-struggle-for-control-of-the-new-techniques-of-conditioning/ “It is now possible for us to unfailingly trigger and direct the responses of […]
Last Wednesday we heard the verdict of our court case. As many of you may have heard already, WE WON! This is not just great for all the people living in the Vossiusstraat squat and organising political events in it, but for the entire squatting movement and for everyone who likes watching (Russian) billionaires get […]
Deputy district dickhead (and judge) “Hang ’em” Mills last week gave an enthralling lesson in British justice to supporters of the Squat the Slope occupation, which was in court in Brighton to fight an IPO (the fast track possession claim). The squat has been there for almost a month, fighting a fantastic struggle against the […]
[update: court case Autonomous Cafe & Bookshop on november 25th] Winter is coming, and that means the autonomous shelter season is upon us once again. Last year a St. Mungo’s hostel in Gray’s Inn Road was occupied from December to April, before exploding into a small network of interlinked shelters across Central and East London. […]
CALL TO ACTION: Come to our civil court case and support the squat on the Vossiusstraat 16! This Wednesday 9th of November 10:30 at Parnassusweg 280, 1076 AV Amsterdam. Let’s show the judge, the owner Arkadiy Volozj (who is a sanctioned Russian billionaire) and Wolfs Advocaten that there is broad support for the squatting of […]
Today we are announcing our new home at Vossiusstraat 16. The police just arrived! Come and support. We purposefully decided to squat this building, owned by Russian billionaire Arkadiy Volozj. As everyone knows, the Russian army invaded Ukraine this year. This is just the latest in a list of Putin’s crimes, against Ukraine, against LGBT […]
Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info On Monday, November 14, gusts of air were the only visitors to the Le Moden condo sales office by Frontenac metro. The city is already fucking ugly but new condos make shit worse. The yuppification of Place Frontenac and Centre-Sud is imminent. The domination of capitalism advances quickly. Don’t wait […]
Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info Through this solidarity struggle, it has become clear that as a radical community, we need to stand in solidarity with the kanien’kehá:ka kahnistensera. Because these traditionalist activists from Kahnawa:ke have been fighting for the last fifty years for the sovereignty of their people. Because they are among the few Mohawk […]
Anonymous submission to North Shore Counter-Info In the early hours of Nov 5, groups of anarchists acted in solidarity with Sleydo’s call for action to support the ongoing Wet’suwet’en battle to protect the yintah and kill the drill. Rail lines were sabotaged at several points in a disruption of business-as-usual along main arteries of the […]
Anonymous submission to MTL Counter-info On October 1st, an assembly of the Montreal revolutionary milieu took place. This meeting followed discussions that were first initiated at the strategic gatherings. Many people had pointed out the limits of our current forms of organisation. Many people highlighted the limits of our current forms of organisation. Since the […]
From From Embers Interview with the author of the PET Guide, a zine discussing secure digital communication tools from an anarchist perspective. We discuss Signal and its critics, and some new tools being released that incorporate peer-to-peer communication, end-to-end encryption and the Tor network. Further reading: How the U.S. Military buys location data from ordinary […]
Editor’s Note: The final paragraph of this submission was edited the evening of November 14th as per the author’s request. A couple of days after the From Embers podcast aired the episode, “Quebec Nationalism and Settler Futurity – Refusing Innocence,” someone posted a thoughtful and engaging reflection about this discussion. As one of the guests on this […]
Anonymous Submission to North Shore Counter-Info In the early hours of Nov 5, groups of anarchists acted in solidarity with Sleydo’s call for action to support the ongoing Wet’suwet’en battle to protect the yintah and kill the drill. Rail lines were sabotaged at several points in a disruption of business-as-usual along main arteries of the […]
By From Embers Interview with the author of the PET Guide, a zine discussing secure digital communication tools from an anarchist perspective. We discuss Signal and its critics, and some new tools being released that incorporate peer-to-peer communication, end-to-end encryption and the Tor network. Further reading: How the U.S. Military buys location data from ordinary […]
From Escaping Tomorrow’s Cages Project Updates as of October 2022 Here’s a brief round up of updates to a few of the new prison projects, both expansions and new sites. Haven’t been following all the new prison construction going on in Ontario? Get caught up: https://escapingtomorrowscages.org/texts/1summary/ Expansions in Thunder Bay Correctional Center and Kenora Jail […]
By From Embers Listen and download here A conversation with two anarchists following a workshop they gave at the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair entitled “10 years since the strike: the place of nationalism within militant struggle.” We discuss the history of Quebec nationalism and its influence in anarchist and radical milieus, responsibilities of settlers in anti-colonial […]
Two members of Black Rose / Rosa Negra’s California Bay Area Local were interviewed by It’s Going Down News on the massive academic worker strike in the University of California system. The discussion covered a range of topics, from the wildcat strike that proceeded this moment, to building a militant minority, to extending the struggle […]
by Members of both Black Rose Bay Area and UAW 2865 On November 14, over 48,000 teaching assistants, tutors, readers, associate instructors, other Academic Student Employees (ASEs), Graduate Student Researchers (GSRs), and postdoctoral employees across the University of California (UC) launched the largest coordinated strike the United States’s higher education sector has ever seen. On […]
Troy Araiza Kokinis reflects on the life and revolutionary work of Juan Carlos Mechoso, who passed on October 11, 2022. Juan Carlos was a founding member of our sister organization, Federación Anarquista Uruguaya (FAU) and he will be dearly missed. Black Rose/Rosa Negra sends its heartfelt greetings and solidarity to the family, friends, and comrades […]
Bruno Lima Rocha is a political scientist, professional journalist and professor of international relations based in Brazil, and is a member of the editorial board of the Institute for Anarchist Theory and History (IATH-ITHA). The following interview has been lightly edited for clarity. Black Rose / Rosa Negra (BRRN): Looming over much of the political […]
By Rafael V. Da Silva, Kauan Willian and Victor Khaled Translated by S Nicholas Nappalos This article was originally published by Jacobin Brasil. Introduction With neither Bolsonaro (Liberal Party) nor Lula (Workers’ Party) able to secure an outright majority during the October 2nd presidential election in Brazil, both advance to a run off election set […]
Elon Musk Bans CrimethInc. from Twitter at the Urging of Far-Right TrollOn November 25, at the urging of a far-right troll, Elon Musk banned the @crimethinc Twitter account. Musk’s goal in acquiring Twitter had nothing to do with “free speech”—it was a partisan move intended to silence opposition wh...
Anarkistiska kamrater i världens alla länder! Anarkistiska Unionen i Afghanistan och Iran (en självorganiserad del av Federation of Anarchism Era), uppmanar kamrater i hela världen att bilda anarkistiska kampgrupper för organiserande och deltagande i de pågående och omfattande protesterna och demons...
Världen: Nu är fascisten Erdogan på gång igen. ”Otroliga sammanträffanden fortsätter dyka upp i utredningen kring attentatet i Istanbul, det som använts för att motivera attacker på Rojava. Idag har uppgifter om att bombarens bror är högt uppsatt befäl i de turkiska FSA-styrkorna cirkulerat, och nu...
Elpriserna, matpriserna, hyreschock… Det räcker nu! Vi riskerar en svensk fattigvinter för historieböckerna. Samtidigt gör energibolag, matjättar och hyresvärdar rekordvinster, och den rika eliten blir allt rikare.Men det finns lösningar och med folklig protest kan vi vinna dem. Därför protestera...
First published as “Victorian Election 2022”, in The Anvil, Vol. 11, No. 5, September-October 2022. The Victorian State election will be held on 26 November. The Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group is not participating, of course, but the occasion provides an opportunity to reflect on capitalist democracy, on how to build a movement to change society and […]
First published as “Inflation Explodes”, in The Anvil, Vol. 11, No. 5, September-October 2022. The trend of government departments and capitalists severely underestimating inflation in Australia continued with the announcement on October 26 that inflation had risen to a whopping 7.3%. Back in June, the Fair Work Commission’s decision on the minimum wage was released. […]
Ted Reese’s ‘The End of Capitalism: The Thought of Henryk Grossman’ sets out to introduce the ideas and life of Henryk Grossman, an important if somewhat little known Marxist economist. Grossman, a Polish born economist wrote ‘The Law of Accumulation and Breakdown of the Capitalist System, a study in Marxian crisis theory.’ Though the work […]
This article was originally published as ‘The Burning Issue’ in The Anvil vol. 11, no. 4. Each year, the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere increases. Polar ice melts to an unprecedented degree. The Great Barrier Reef suffers worse and more frequent bleaching events. Droughts lengthen. Record breaking floods hit Pakistan. Unprecedented heatwaves bake […]
This is the final article in a series of articles by Matt Crossin, ‘Critical Notes on Developments in the Anarchist Movement’. [This article in other languages: Deutsch] There are some who now consider themselves anarchists who tell us, ‘Yes, anarchy is our goal, but we are nowhere near achieving it and have to think about […]
My argument is that Baudrillard continuously said that “everything is simulation (or virtual)” rather than saying that “there is more and more simulation (or virtuality)” because the diagnosis of simulation, simulacra, virtuality, and hyperreality in contemporary culture is not the … Baudrillard’s Importance for the Future
When Shoshana Zuboff published The Age of Surveillance Capitalism four years ago, I remember feeling skeptical and slightly guarded. You’re telling me the Harvard Business School hates Facebook now too? Okay, sure, welcome comrade…better late than never. Zuboff’s book is … Agre – Zuboff
his is the translation of a report first published by our sister organization Manjanigh with some additional information on the history and physical structure of the Evin prison for English readers not familiar with the prison’s context. This report is … Evin Prison Riot
The crisis we are witnessing in the wake of the pandemic and the depression that may follow is not the result of an accounting imbalance. It is the outcome of a physical and nervous collapse of society. read here
An electronic billboard in Times Square displays the American public debt, an astronomic figure of some thousands of billions of dollars which increases at a rate of $20,000 a second. Another electronic billboard at the Beaubourg Center in Paris displays … Global Debt and Parallel Universe
from Its Going Down A critical overview and analysis from Unity and Struggle on the George Floyd rebellion. Check out a booklet version here. by: Ever, Lamont and Chino photos: Lorie Shaull, Creative Commons Introduction The 2020 George Floyd uprising was a major event by whatever measure you use. It deepened the generational Black revolt…
from Anarchist News Come one come all to the Philly Anarchy Fair! Have you been yearning to play games, eat vegan corn dogs and learn new shit? Boy oh boy do we have the event for you. We’ll be spending the weekend of August 27/28 playing field games, sharing skills, and rejoicing in the fun…
from Instagram Join us for a conversation with Jimmy Dunson, editor of the new anthology on disaster relief mutual aid, at 7pm 7/23 in person and live-dreamed on our Instagram. “Disaster capitalism, although still currently dominant, is no longer the only powerful force when disasters occur. There is a growing movement of movements engaged in…
Submission July 22 Movie starts 8PM Contact Here & Now Zines for more information Machines in Flames (2022, 50min) was first distributed through a network of self-erasing USB data sticks dropped outside corporate campuses. This prompted warning emails from tech firms who feared the release of its secret history of computational self-destruction. They sought to…
Author: Ezra H. HeywoodTitle: Yours or MineSubtitle: An Essay, to Show the True Basis of Property, and the Causes of Its Inequitable DistributionDate: 1869Notes: By E. H. Heywood, president of The New-England Labor-Reform League.Source: Retrieved on November 24, 2022 from https://babel.hathitrust.org Everything, from the body one wears, to the world he lives in, is subject […]
Author: М. KornTitle: Kropotkin’s CommunismDate: 1931Notes: Editor’s note: Korn, M. “Kropotkin’s Communism,” in International collection dedicated to the tenth anniversary of the death of P.A.Kropotkin, ed. Grigory Maximov (Chicago, 1931), 34–46. This essay by the anarchist Marie Goldsmith was first published in Russian in a 1931 anthology recognizing the ten year anniversary of Peter Kropotkin’s […]
Author: Kevin CarsonTitle: The Law Isn't Worth the Paper It's Written OnDate: April 18, 2009Source: Retrieved on November 23, 2022 from https://c4ss.org/content/388 Sheldon Richman, in a recent commentary piece at the Future of Freedom Foundation, examined “the civics-book fairy tale that we are the government.” In honor of April 15, he wrote: “You must report […]
Author: Kevin CarsonTitle: Authoritarians in Libertarian ClothingDate: February 6, 2009Source: Retrieved on November 23, 2022 from https://c4ss.org/content/146 Some time ago Charles Johnson, in “Liberty, Equality, Solidarity: Toward a Dialectical Anarchism,” argued for what he called “thick libertarianism.” That is, libertarians should–AS libertarians–promote values of equality and justice beyond the bare bones nonaggression principle on which […]
Author: Kevin CarsonTitle: Nazi PrivatizationDate: January 23, 2009Source: Retrieved on November 23, 2022 from https://c4ss.org/content/124 Nicholas Hildyard, writing for The Corner House (March 1998), pointed out the phony nature of most of what passes for “privatization” under neoliberalism: While the privatisation of state industries and assets has certainly cut down the direct involvement of the […]
A tres años de la revuelta del 2019 no debiera sorprendernos la escalada represiva del gobierno de Boric, como tampoco el resultado del plebiscito, pues cualquiera fuera “el ganador”, nuestra derrota ya había sido sellada de antemano al encauzar por … Continue reading →
Panfleto difundido en las calles durante la jornada de conmemoración de un nuevo 11 de septiembre. Con la memoria viva hasta conquistar nuestro futuro. Quienes hacen revoluciones a medias cavan su propia tumba. Descarga PDF EL REFORMISMO NUNCA HA HECHO … Continue reading →
Descarga PDF YNHVA N6 Crisis y reestructuración capitalista en la región chilena: Los callejones sin salida del reformismo y la necesidad de superar la impotencia de la perspectiva revolucionaria Transcurrido ya casi medio año desde el cambio de mando, … Continue reading →
A continuación difundimos texto publicado por compañero comunista antiestatal que visitó la region $hilena hace unas semanas participando de distintos foros e instancias de debate en torno a la lucha antifascista y la critica anticapitalista. EL ANTIFASCISMO COMO ARMA DE … Continue reading →
Hemos insistido en varios análisis sobre el carácter estructural de la crisis de valorización del capital como relación hegemónica que domina el conjunto de la humanidad y la naturaleza. Hoy en día nos encontramos en una vorágine de conflictos … Continue reading →
We are currently still low on the printing cost for this journal, please consider to donate, we still need about 150 USD for 500 copies. We have managed to sell 700 copies from the previous edition. Paypal: email@example.com or just email … Continue reading →
-September 10 in Maipú Encapuchadxs [hooded ones] erected barricades and displayed a banner in memory of Claudia López in the vicinity of the Las Parcelas de Maipú metro station on the eve of a new September 11 commemoration. -September 11th … Continue reading →
[09.10.20 RÄUMUNSGVERSUCH DER LIEBIG34 – DON’T TOUCH LIEBIG34!!!!!] Don’t touch Liebig 34! Eviction date on 09 October 2020 Today, on September 15, we received mail from the bailiff T. Knop. They threatened to evict Liebig34 on Friday, October 9 at … Continue reading →
[Prisiones chilenas] Palabras del compañero Juan Aliste Vega ante la partida de Pedro Villarroel See also: In Memory of Pedro Villarroel We’re love at war. These words for our mothers and fathers go with a touch of football, with tango … Continue reading →
[Prisiones chilenas] Dibujo de la compañera anarquista Mónica Caballero The prison and I are old acquaintances, on more than one occasion I have sat at their table, over the years we have changed and we have both learned from each … Continue reading →
30th November: Day of action in solidarity with Alfredo and other comrades on hunger strike [Alfredo Cospito] - Read more: https://enoughisenough14.org/2022/11/23/30th-november-day-of-action-in-solidarity-with-alfredo-and-other-comrades-on-hunger-strike-alfredo-cospito/ #Repression #AlfredoCospito #antireport
Youth in #Raqqa invaded and stoned a Russian military base - Read more: https://enoughisenough14.org/2022/11/22/youth-in-raqqa-invaded-and-stoned-a-russian-military-base/ #TurkeyAttacksRojava #RiseUp4Rojava #RojavaUnderAttack #antireport #Rojava
Post Covid Riot Prime Manifesto Trilogy - Full Version - PDF Version - Read more and download, print and spread: https://enoughisenough14.org/2022/11/20/post-covid-riot-prime-manifesto-trilogy-full-version-pdf-version/ #Analysis #Discussion #antireport
Post Covid Riot Prime Manifesto – Red October [Part IV] - By Doc Mccoy - Read more: https://enoughisenough14.org/2022/11/20/post-covid-riot-prime-manifesto-red-october-part-iv/ #Analysis #Discussion #antireport