Communization and Its Discontents: Contestation, Critique, and Contemporary Struggles (Editor: Benjamin Noys)Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 11/15/2011 - 22:09.
Can we find alternatives to the failed radical projects of the twentieth-century? What are the possible forms of struggle today? How do we fight back against the misery of our crisis-ridden present? read more »
The texts in this collection were all originally written for the Cautiously Pessimistic blog hosted at nothingiseverlost.wordpress.com between October 2010 and September 2011. Quite a lot happened during that time. read more »
The first comprehensive collection of Gustav Landauer’s writings in English, this valuable addition to the history of anarchism in the early 20th century gathers more than 40 influential works by one of Germany’s most prominent radical agitators. read more »
HATRED OF CAPITALISM
A Semiotext(e) READER
EEdited by Chris Kraus and Sylvere Lotringer
Hatred of Capitalism
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News From Poland
1. 17 October, Krakow
The group of Anarchist Federation in Krakow organized an anti-presidential demonstration during the election rally of Lech Walesa. The A.F. demonstration was attacked by skin-heads and the other supporters of Walesa.
2. 19 October, Warszawa read more »
some good or not so good ideas on anti-capitalist organization depending on one's point of view...
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 »
by James O'Brien
From Trotskyism to Anarchism by Wayne Price
Walter Benjamin's seminal “On the Concept of History” and “Theological-Political Fragment” typeset for easy reading.
Love: the consequence of indifference and generalised selfishness; taking refuge in a few people who, by chance or out of necessity, have been given a privileged role. Love is the impossible love of humanity which is fulfilled in a few individuals, for better or worse. Ecstasy: a voyage beyond the profane, the banal, and into the sacred; an escape which is immediately cut off and circumscribed by religion. Crime: the only way out when the norm can no longer be respected or circumvented.
Robert Tressell's 1914 novel is about survival on the underside of the Edwardian Twilight, about exploitative employment when the only safety nets are charity, workhouse, and grave. Following the fortunes of a group of painters and decorators and their families, and the attempts to rouse their political will by the Socialist visionary Frank Owen, the book is both a highly entertaining story and a passionate appeal for a fairer way of life. It asks questions that are still being asked today: why do your wages bear no relation to the value of your work? read more »
90 Day Fire at Will: changes to employment law & what we can do to fight them (NZ). Ready to print A4 flyer.