Anarcho reviews the first of a series of four books which aim to outline the range and nature of libertarian organisations and views in the twentieth century. by A W ZurbruggThe Merlin Press Ltd, 2018 ISBN: 978-0850367416224pp Author, A W Zurbrugg, discusses anarchist and syndicalist perspectives on war before and during the First World War
Glass panels were cracked, and the front doors were covered in red paint, symbolising the bloodshed of the Palestinian people.
These rivers of blood must breach the walls of our apathy.
A massive military intervention was once again underway in the early afternoon of the 15th of February in an attempt to evacuate the ZAD.
We do not count as human beings to them.
How perverse is it to be having a good time in an event that aims to challenge an unfolding genocide?