Statements from the (November 20th) Wheeler Occupiers at UC Berkeley.
DIY Armor: How to make impact-resistant basic body armor from commonly found waste materials read more »
And other writings
By Massimo Passamani
Venomous Butterfly Publications
Thoughts on getting there
by Chaz Bufe
Birth of a Revolutionary Movement in Yugoslavia
by Fredy Perlman
Black & Red
P.O. Box 973
Kalamazoo, MI 49005
"Heretics are always more dangerous than enemies," concluded a Yugoslav philosopher after analyzing the repression of Marxist intellectuals by the Marxist regime of Poland. (S. Stojanovic, in Student, Belgrade, April 9, 1968, p. 7.)
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 »
on my mind
essays by Chris Crass
Excerpts From: Kill or Get Killed by Col. Rex Applegate
Self-Defense for Radicals
This book was first written in 1943 to quickly and effectively teach American solders hand-to-hand combat skills. It was re-published in 1976 to train the Army and police for dealing with the "Professional Communist agitator" and "fifth columnists who would stir up dissension and incite disorders and riots." 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 »
"EVERY TIME AN ANARCHIST SAYS 'I BELIEVE IN DEMOCRACY,' THERE IS A LITTLE FAIRY SOMEWHERE THAT FALLS DOWN DEAD."
They saw the effects, but not the cause: A little Monsieur Dupont reader on activism, democracy and other obstacles to revolution. read more »
TUNE IN: HAPPENINGS IN THE SCENE
o hack this site founder raided by fbi
o right wing hackers target indymedia network
o directnic enforces icann whois contact info accuracy
o phpbb 2.10 disclosure cause mischief and mayhem on the net
o nmap developers intimidated by fbi...by wyrmkill
ARM YOURSELF: EXPLOITS AND TECHNIQUES read more »
revoltingly yours by the "bring on the ruckus society"
"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.
Indonesian Zine of Insurrectional Ideas, Communication and Action
This introduction is, so to speak, an instrument that intends to make clear, nothing more nothing less, that this is a non-scientifically politically partial and contradictory study, endowed with a very interesting purpose, that is to rub in the face of who feels its face being rubbed, that there are possibilities to not conform with the relational, philosophical, political, cultural, esthetical, corporal, mental and orgasmal misery and decadence that lives human civilis, with its sick relations, colonizers and colonized, relations full of games that are typical from the last religious traditi read more »
The Social is a cigarette.
Rupture, in its fluidity, is fire.
Platforms, the crystallized possibility of ignition, are lighters.
Dogma is a dead lighter.
Praxis is a butane refill.
written by a nasty crew from the 301 and 410
shout out anarchist in MD.
At long last, we present to you Negate Politics, Affirm Cuteness. Expand the playground, kiss your best friend, etc.
I really was not into the current available zine of the Poverty of Student Life.
Redesigned and new release of Poverty of Student Life.
Hope y'all enjoy it, disto it.
Translation source http://library.nothingness.org/articles/SI/en/display/140
Дура! Ты никому ненужна! Чудовище!
Тимати - жыв !
Шок, отец отрезал учительнице ногу. Видео!
http://pechyvo.com - здесь.
The Right to be Greedy - Theses on the Practical Necessity of Demanding Everything
This zine is simply one chapter from a larger book by a pro-situationist group called For Ourselves!. The selected chapter is a critique of morality.
In this issue:
Angelica workers win strike
By Jake Carman
Iran: Stand Up! Fight Back!
By Joseph Caye
Capitalists, Global Warming, and the Climate Justice Movement: Reflections on COP15
By James Herod
Anarchists and Workers Put Greek Government in Tight Spot
December 6th: Boston Stands with Greece
By Jeff Reinhardt
The 9th NEAN Assembly: A Report
Harvard Workers Confront Racism
By Geoff Carens, Union Rep. HUCTW/AFSCME Local 3650
Sabaté: A Short Memorial of a Man for whom Defeat Meant Nothing
By Jake Carman
The United States’ most populous state, California is the world’s eighth largest economy. The state has some of the planet’s most productive farmland and in the 1990s enjoyed an extensive real-estate boom. But intensive, industrialised agriculture has polluted much of the environment and now, with more foreclosed homes than anywhere else in the world, it is also home to a growing number of tent cities. Gifford Hartman takes us on a road trip through California’s Central Valley to witness the toxicity: of mortgages and ecosystems, houses, drugs and human relations.
SUBSTANCE is the publication from the Greater Pittsburgh Anarchist Collective. The publication is designed to insert an uncompromising radical view into Pittsburgh life. This issue discusses building of a social center in Pittsburgh, a personal experience of insurrection during the Athens, Greece insurrection of 2008, an interview with imprisoned graffiti writer: MF ONE, and a radical perspective on the 2008 shooting of 3 Pittsburgh police officers.
It is infrequently published, and available for free online, and at our space.
An independent newspaper for the University of Washington community by the Ruckus Collective. We are for participatory democracy, social justice, collective liberation, and resistance to killing the planet.
Volume 10, Issue 1, covers budget cuts, anti-sweatshop work, queer rights victories, the tenth anniversary of the WTO protest, and college news media.
As the California population has grown more ethnically diverse, the privatization of the public sphere has been sold to the electorate through a seemingly endless parade of racist bogeymen: immigration, affirmative action, bilingual education. read more »
by Staughton Lynd and Daniel Gross
Vase that holds a million flowers,The ... (Guide to the divine death, the origin of separation, and seeds for primitive anarchy)Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/29/2009 - 05:53.
Some theology for all us hell-bound bums.
DIY Life: doing things independently of experts, professionals, institutions, corporations, and similar things. Taking our lives, and our communities, into our own hands.
Justice Bicycle is a monthly zine committed to the art of truth and truthiness. By using found objects, drawings, short stories and photographs the boundaries between what is original and what is appropriated become blurred. Zines are distributed for free by leaving them in unexpected or odd places, this forces the finder to either steal or leave the zine for someone else. The Justice Bicycle zine is a small part of a larger project by the same name which uses a variety of media to incite a private response within the viewer.