"There are no constraints left to halt America’s slide into a totalitarian capitalism. Electoral politics are a sham. The media have been debased and defanged by corporate owners. The working class has been impoverished and is now being plunged into profound despair. The legal system has been corrupted to serve corporate interests. Popular institutions, from labor unions to political parties, have been destroyed or emasculated by corporate power. read more »
The Divorce of Thought from deed is a compilation of writing about social conflict, white supremacy, and the mythology of free speech at UNC-Chapel Hill. Three of the writings are pulled from Rolling Thunder #9, with the fourth being a piece that was written and distributed toward the end of the campaign against Youth for Western Civilization in fall 2009. They would be particularly useful for people engaged in anti-racist or immigrant solidarity work of any kind, as well folks interested in reading about anarchist perspectives on "free speech."
"NAZIS and POLICE in Portland, Oregon" is a short article about the overlapping racism of the Portland police department and nazi organizations. Portland has a long history of racist cops and a long history of nazi scumbags.
Recently, Portland police's Mark Kruger was promoted to the rank of captain, in spite of his publicly known interest in nazism and his repeated violent offenses against non-violent protesters. read more »
In einer bürokratisierten Gesellschaft, die ein bestimmtes Menschenbild schafft, das man als verwaltungsrechtlichen und -technischen bezeichnen kann, werden Menschen dressiert statt gebildet, infolge dessen ihre geistige Tätigkeit zu schablonhaft ablaufenden Vorgängen wird, die Denkfähigkeit ersetzen eingeübte Reflexe. Die auf diese Weise vorgefertigte Automaten kommunizieren miteinander in einer Amtssprache, die keine unzulässige Wortwendungen und Begriffe kennt. read more »
Here's the fall 2009 issue of "TTT" from Anti-Racist Action-Los Angeles/People Against Racist Terror, featuring the Bush-mask off, Obama-mask on front cover graphic. Comments on this and other issues of "Turning the Tide" are welcome.
"Turning the Tide: Journal of Anti-Racist Action, Research, & Education" is an anti-racist, anti-fascist, anti-sexist, anti-authoritarian, anti-imperialist and anti-colonialist zine from Anti-Racist Action-Los Angeles/People Against Racist Terror. It has been coming out for over 20 years and is distributed free to more than 1300 prisoners. Also available on the network website of Anti-Racist Action (www.antiracistaction.org) click on "publication." Print version is available from Anti-Racist Action, PO Box 1055, Culver City CA 90232. read more »
"NAZIS AND THE POLICE in Portland, Oregon," is the first publication from “the Shit List,” a list of active nazis and police who commit violent crimes in the Portland area. This particular issue concentrates on the connection between nazism in the police department and nazi street gangs.
This is a somewhat fixed-up quickly-thrown-together rough first edition.
An exploration in images and words of the most troubling political event of our new century.
by Liam Scheff. find out more at http://www.liamscheff.com
A rapid response to the news of a shooting at Fort Hood, Texas. Republished from Prison Planet (wingnuts certainly, but someone's gotta do the work they do) and from Derrick Jensen's Endgame.
Issue #1 of The Not So Great Place
an underground newspaper published by anti-war active duty soldiers, veterans and their supporters at Fort Hood, TX
Find out more about this publication at: www.notsogreatplace.com
(the title comes from Fort Hood's official slogan "The Great Place")
Translation of Vivre-et-Lutter, by Tiqqun.
"So soon as we are identified we sound the dispersal, never letting the repression ensnare us, already reforming in some unsuspected place."
We at the ARA intelligence office spend a great deal of time researching fascist scum like the folks you'll find in this document. We decided to share some names and pictures with the public. These are Nazis active in the National Socialist Movement, who either live in, or spend a lot of time creeping around Wisconsin.
May Day 2008
by Murray Bookchin, full book as zine, printable within reason