This is the first issue in a series of zines concerning thieving skills! This issue contains information on the politics and ethics of theft, shoplifting, expropriation of capitalist goods, and dumpstering.
(a lot of his works)
Sub-titled, "A Letter To Earth First! From A Too Distant Friend," The Issues Are Not The Issue is a critique of contemporary radical environmentalism as exemplified by the practice of Earth First! The author of the zine argues for an approach that is less oriented towards single issues and more towards a practice of widening struggles and trying new approaches.
by Sam Dolgoff
Quarterly newsletter of the Northeast Anarchist Network
Issue #1 February 2008
CrimethInc's article on the Really, Really Free Market, edited into zine format for distribution.
What happened in Asheville on May Day was not a riot, and not because of its size or any matter of scale. A riot expands. It is spontaneous, or it takes hold amidst a backdrop of social struggle. Countersummits provide the unique opportunity of a planned riot, because there is a larger crowd of people assembled there among whom the riot can spread, and the mass protest situation already creates such a logistical nightmare for the police that the risk, normally idiotic, of trying to start a riot right where the cops are expecting it is often neutralized. read more »
Volumen 1, Número 1. Enero 2011.
Periódico Mensual del Observatorio Internacional Contra las Políticas de las Multinacionales (International Co-ordination Against Multinational Policies).
SINALTRAINAL, COLOMBIA; NI PERDÓN, NI OLVIDO, CASTIGO PARA LOS RESPONSABLES read more »
A collection of essays and articles from the Ukranian revolutionary, Nestor Makhno, who fought against encroaching Bolshevik terror during the Russian Revolution. The Struggle Against the State and other Essays sheds valuable insight onto the man and the movement that bore his name.
A text of the anarchist guerrilla war by some imprisoned individuals of Conspiracy of Cells of Fire.
untorelli (at) riseup.net
Here it is, the first (known) English translation of the Theory of Bloom. All apologies for the previous confusion, this is the new-and-improved version with fewer typos/awkward wordings and an extended appendix to facilitate your reading experience. Note: The Theory of Bloom is by Tiqqun, who also put out The Coming Insurrection. This theory is useful reading for the complete understanding of the concepts therein. The Appendix is intended to make your life easier, its use is highly recommended. This is a labor of love.
by the Love and Rage Collective in Canberra
includes a herstory of the Revolutionary Cells and Rote Zora armed resistance in Germany, an interview with two anonymous members of Rote Zora, and a brief look at Direct Action and the Wimmin's Fire Brigade
Zine about the role of Graphic Design in Capitalism, and some possible alternatives towards a more libertarian/anarchist direction. Also includes a critique of The First Things First Manifesto of 2002. Produced by Garage Collective.
If graphic design is understood as the expression and reflection of a particular set of values, systems and interests, then most artistic practice today tends to express the interests of the class that controls and profits from society. It is these interests that dominate the standards of value in design, defines its emphasis, and excludes its more subversive, egalitarian alternatives. read more »
Three Essays by Bob Black: "The Abolition of Work," "Primitive Affluence," and "Technophilia, an Infantile Disorder"Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 06/09/2009 - 07:41.
issue #1 – early july 2011
* Capital Hell
* Canucks Rioters Happy, Not Angry
* Barefoot Bandit will go unpaid for “Grand Theft Auto: Reality Edition”
* Uncontrollable Queers in Broadway Smash
* Recent Actions in Seattle
* Cops Forget Gun, Busy Drinking Starbucks
* Capitalists Swoop In to Save Horse Cops
* The Knox-Weiner Connection read more »
mid november 2011
Capitalism is Death
Somebody Burned a Bank!
Free Barcelona, 1936
Repression, Recuperation, Revolution, and the Occupations Movement
Occupy Seattle: What’s Happened Since Our Last Issue?
My So-Called Life: Waiting for Court
A Tribute to Voltarine de Cleyre on her 145th Birthday