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Fridays for Sabotage? The strange fascination of climate Blanquism

If peaceful mass-mobilizations cannot avert climate catastrophe, has the time come to imagine more radical forms of resistance to fossil capitalism?

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To struggle against the “system”

What exactly is the “system” that we are fighting?

The system is the state, a complex mechanism that includes government, capitalism, patriarchy and imperialism. It will not go away until we force it to.

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Colombia’s democratic facade is crumbling to pieces

Colombia. The state’s brutal response to a one-day general strike has sparked weeks of protests in Colombia, resulting in dozens of deaths. The time for dialogue is over.

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UK: What good is a right to toothless protest? [Kill the Bill]

UK. The UK’s new police and crime bill is a clear attack on the basic right to protest and a next step in the democratic backsliding of the country.

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Resisting Greece’s rapid descent into authoritarianism

Greece. Over the past few weeks, the streets of Athens have been filled with thousands of people, despite the country being in lockdown since the beginning of November. There are protests every day, in many neighborhoods and cities across the country. Tensions are running high due to the introduction of a new law establishing university police, the hunger strike of political prisoner Dimitris Koufontinas and the increasing violence and impunity of police forces. The rifts in Greek society are deepening, and now part of the country is rising up in revolt.

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Freeing space, creating autonomies

We would object to the use of the Lenin’s expression “dual power” to characterise the creation of autonomous, free spaces; an always relative autonomy and taking multiple forms.

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Tech Learning Collective: Winning back the Internet by building our own

We already have the power, the materials and the motive to win back the Internet. But we have to start with the first step first: owning our own infrastructure.

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After #lockdown, anti-government protests resume in #Colombia

Colombia. After months of lockdown, during which the state continued to rape, murder and massacre, Colombians are out in the streets again to protest their criminal government.

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Let Empire collapse: why we need a decolonial revolution

Repatriating Indigenous land and organizing anti-state Indigenous-Black-POC Power alternatives is better than pouring resources into the liberal-progressive vote.

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The revolutionary potential of abolitionist demands

Popular demands to abolish the police are not directed at the state, but rather a revolutionary call upon the people to complete the abolition together.

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