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Notes from the US: Tension and fear

Notes from the US: Tension and fear

July 22nd: Moves to bring about a rolling coup by individuals and groups across the broad right in the United States are increasing and/or emerging almost by the week
Roger, Roger, Public Nuisance

Roger, Roger, Public Nuisance

July 19th: Public Nuisance and Conspiracy are as old as the hills -- what's changed is the convention that peaceful protesters are treated leniently

The Pergamon: An essay on the prison economy

The Pergamon: An essay on the prison economy

July 19th: In the summer of 2022, I gained insight into the British penal system when I was jailed for a month following direct action against Elbit---this is my prison diary (pt.5)

Community ownership and the anarchist path to housing

Community ownership and the anarchist path to housing

July 15th: Construction is not the cure for the housing crisis, no matter what election promises claim

What Does Putin Want?

What Does Putin Want?

July 11th: The Russian autocrat is not crazy, war is simply a necessity for his power and economic system

“We’re going to need each other”: Viewing Freedom’s election night coverage

“We’re going to need each other”: Viewing Freedom’s election night coverage

July 9th: Listening to people who have a shared passion for liberation, abolition and climate justice made the night actually enjoyable

The evolution of National Rally

The evolution of National Rally

July 8th: While its electorate has expanded, the French far right in power would be just as neoliberal and even more repressive

Infiltration and what we can do about it

Infiltration and what we can do about it

July 7th: Every few years, the issue of infiltration into anarchist and activist groups becomes a topic of conversation again.

Elections come and go, our work continues

Elections come and go, our work continues

July 1st: Our whole political system has shifted rightwards, making solidarity and mutual aid as crucial as ever We can’t be sure exactly what is going to happen on Thursday.

New Caledonia: The Kanak insurrection and the nickel industry

New Caledonia: The Kanak insurrection and the nickel industry

June 27th: New Caledonia has a quarter of the world’s nickel reserves, and each faction—separatists, loyalists and the State—have possessed one of the major factories