ISBN: 978-1-910170-17-5 Price: £6.99 Pages: 106 Publisher: Five Leaves Books Nominally a work of history, Nigel Todd’s book on the founding, growth and eventual collapse of the Clousden Hill anarchist co-operative feels as though it could be written now with only a few technological twists. For anyone with more than a passing interest in the libertarian
As we celebrate our ACAB day, let us disempower, disarm and disband the police and dare to dream of a world without cops.
It’s not fun to weigh in today amid the sadness of watching a triumphant, smug parade of Tory scumbags mouthing off about how they intend to stick it to the poor this time — but we can’t sit still when the new class war is on its way.
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.
There will be anarchists that avoid the election and anarchists who soak it all up.
Why I went to Germany to shut down coal mining operations in the midst of one of the most important general elections of a generation
I have consistently gone to every single Ende Gelände action in Germany.