Insurrectionary Anarchism

Introduction to Civil War (Tiqqun)


"Society no longer exists, at least in the sense of a differentiated whole. There is only a tangle of norms and mechanisms through which THEY hold together the scattered tatters of the global biopolitical fabric, through which THEY prevent its violent disintegration. Empire is the administrator of this desolation, the supreme manager of a process of listless implosion."

"Tiqqun is the becoming-real, the becoming-practice of the world. Tiqqun is the process through which everything is revealed to be practice, that is, to take place within its own limits, within its own immanent signification. Tiqqun means that each act, conduct, and statement endowed with sense—act, conduct and statement as event—spontaneously manifests its own metaphysics, its own community, its own party. Civil war simply means the world is practice, and life is, in its smallest details, heroic."

The full text from the second issue of the French journal, Tiqqun. Complete with a new layout.

Image From the Future, An: Selections on Direct Actions


Selections on direct action from We Are An Image From the Future.

Pushed by the Violence of Our Desires

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anon. “pushed by the violence of our desires.” italian feminist thought: a reader. ed. paola bono. oxford: blackwell, 1991


This Is Not a Program


Tiqqun's "This Is Not a Program", written in October, 2001.

Insurrectionary Mutual Aid


The Riot or the Attack?: Questions for U.S. Anarchists after May Day


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 »

Peter Gelderloos - Insurrection v. Organization


A formatted article by Peter Gelderloos about how insurrectionists and those who tend to be more involved in organizational projects could learn a lot from each other-in turn, creating a mongrel breed of organized, community-strengthened, and insurrectionary...anarchists

Fire To the Prisons #9


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Fire to the Prisons-Issue #9-Summer 2010

For this issue, we will be giving copies out for free to anyone who requests them that is not a formal business.

All we ask is for you to pay the price of postage. Please let us know if you would like to order hard copies of the newest issue, or any other questions regarding distribution by contacting us at:

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How Nonviolence Protects The State - Peter Gelderloos

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Peter Gelderloos' immensely accessible and useful book, now available as a professional-quality, printable booklet.

No More Mothers, Wives, and Daughters: Let's Destroy the Families!


not yr cister press

Empire Strikes Back, The : A Posttranssexual Manifesto


Sandy Stone’s classic essay confronts the ways in which both the medical complex and feminism had been used as a tool for the regulation of gender/sex systems and the management of trans bodies. While the essay is certainly dated in many ways, we see a usefulness in making sure that it continues to be distributed. Stone captures the paradox of the trans subject’s will to be recognized as the gender/sex of their choosing while at the same time questioning the maintenance of gender/sex systems on a systemic level.  read more »

Touch Me and I'll Fucking Kill You.


we inspired by some real crazy bitchez.

Not Yr Cister Press

Destroy All Judge, Destroy All Politician

Destroy All Judge, Destroy All Politician

Poster from the 325 collective.

We Demand Nothing


From Chino, to Paris, Australia to Athens, New York to San Francisco. Johan Kaspar explains why revolts worldwide have increasingly given up on the desire to "demand something."

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