You meet them everywhere and they can be old or young: “The Covid 19 pandemic is Mother Nature’s way of reducing the population”. Somehow they miss out on the deliberate decision making process that leads to this reduction targeting of the poor, the weak and the economically vulnerable parts of the population, rather than the
Following the success of the “Poor Doors” series of protests a few years back, Class War is organising a “Rich Door” action next Saturday at 2pm 29th August in front of 1-18 York Terrace East, Regents Park in central London. Class War is calling for all who are able to turn up for, hopefully, a
Our friends from Rupture Zine: a publication on squats, social centres, art, activism and free parties; have produced an online lockdown special and it is full of joys. Below, we publish a sample of what you are to expect from it. Sorry to go all class war on you but fucking hell, class war! At
It’s been another busy week for Class War Daily: the world’s only daily anarchist newspaper (we think; please feel free to alert us to any others). Here’s a quick round-up of what they’ve been covering. Monday 20th April The Daily led with an open letter to UK Secretary of State for Health and Social Care,
Class War is back with the online-only Class War Daily, and it is fucking magnificent. In the lockdown it is important, more than ever, to have independent news and opinion source and Class War Daily delivers this each weekday complete with a great dollop of dark humour that punctures the pomposity of the ruling class,
Regardless of who is voted in, two aspects of the social order will remain almost unnoticed, untouched and untroubled by a change of colour in the ties of our rulers.
Capitalism and the human embodiment of its brutal ideology – the police – do not give a fuck about who wins the election.
Following an account on Fck Boris Fck Government demo published by Freedom News on Friday, we have received a few more. Here is one of them. It’s being eight years since I put a bet on Boris Johnson becoming prime minister in the form of a weak hand shake, as a documentary photographer photographing protests
In July 2014 a number of people from Class War had gathered in South Norwood for the opening of the Sensible Garden, a strip of unused land reclaimed by the South Norwood Tourist Board for the community. One of them was angry, which I guess isn’t too unusual for Class War. On this particular occasion
One of the things I’ve put a lot of time to thinking about is how Class War can get media coverage and then control it. It’s not a square I’ve been able to circle. I’m part of the group and I’m also researching their foray into electoral politics (I was a candidate for the Class
In this chat with a former Class War member, the Kate Sharpley Library discusses deindustrialisation, upheavals in the 1980s and thumbing the nose against Thatcher’s new normal. Can you tell us a bit about where you came from? I grew up in a town in the west of England during the 1970s. It was an