Panos Theodoropoulos analyses a war of words which has broken out between two well-known political philosophers over the nature of State reactions to Covid-19 and the possibilities for liberatory politics, while trying to find a constructive synthesis of their key points. Turning Marx on his head, I want to focus on interpreting the recent conjuncture in terms
So, no matter how much we, as anarchists, rightly criticise Navalny, for us, his death is the murder by the state of a political opponent of the regime.
On Monday, a group of over 100 protesters blockaded two sites of Israel's largest weapons manufacturer, Elbit Systems, shutting them both down for over 5 hours in spite of a heavy police presence.
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.