Statement by some anarchists from Olympia about a solidarity action to commemorate Alexis.Continue reading From #Olympia to #Greece: Solidarity action for #AlexisGrigoropoulos
Jeremy Hammond is a 30-year-old activist, anarchist and computer programmer. He was also part of the hacktivist network Anonymous, as a gifted computer programer his case has attracted the attention of activists, civil libertarians and those concerned about the rights of whistleblowers. He is currently spending a decade in prison for allegedly disclosing information about the private intelligence firm Strategic Forecasting, Inc. (Stratfor), revealing that they had been spying on human rights defenders at the behest of corporations and governments.
A must read article from November 5 about a conference that took place November 15 and 16. In the high desert of the Southwest, water is a precious resource that is sacred to Indigenous peoples. Water is also the lifeblood of the fracking industry. To drill for oil and gas reserves, millions of gallons are needed. Water has to be stolen from Indigenous peoples, and water that is contaminated by fracking fluids also pollutes vital freshwater sources such as aquifers and rivers. Industry experts call this “produced water,” which is a nice way to say dirty frack water.
“Strong breeze carried U.S.-launched teargas deeper into Mexico. Migrants ran for hundreds of yards before escaping the cloud.”
In the early morning, on Thursday, November 22nd, 2018, a tipistola was erected on the entrance to the John A. Blatnik bridge in Superior, Wisconsin.
Yesterday the tree-sit blocking the Mountain Valley Pipeline in the Hellbender Autonomous Zone turned 75 days old. The blockade continues, today (Day 76 of the Tree sit) a pipeline fighter blocked construction for at least 7 hours.
Anathema: A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical. Volume 4, Issue 10, November 2018.
Antisemitic violence has spiked dramatically in the United States with 2018 being the largest single year increase on record since 1994.
The Guillotine podcast of October 29, 2018.
An Op-Ed By David Van Deusen, District Vice President of The Vermont AFL-CIO.