Below are two PDFs for decentralized printing and distribution during the ongoing struggle against the ban and the wall. On the one hand, these are a little late relative to last weekend’s major clashes. On the other hand, it’s obvious that this conflict will continue over many years – indeed, until the destruction of borders and nations. Let’s do more than just tag along for liberal illusions of the inclusive national community and instead share more radical analyses.
One is a poster, while the other is a double-sided half-sheet for hand-to-hand fliering.
1. Against Trump’s Dreams of Race War
2. Not Today Motherfucker / Strangers everywhere
Giorgio Agamben’s expansions and digressions regarding Debord’s timely Comments.
Collected texts, reflections, and how-to guides from the student occupations movement in California, 2009.
Written by participants in the 2013 strike at Indiana University as a reflection and self-critique.
Both memoir and manual, this is the zine version of a longer graphic novel by Kate Evans about the experience of squatted camps during the anti-roads movement in the UK.
Analysis of the impact of counter-insurgency theory on everyday policing in the US. Very useful for thinking through anti-repression activity.
Imposed PDF: staterepression1
A new series of posters ready to distribute and agitate.
Color PDF for printing: freedom-red
B&W PDF for printing: freedom
For social media:
Color PDF for printing: orchestration-color
B&W PDF for printing: orchestration-bw
Color PDF for printing: milwaukee_color
Algunas consideraciones viejas y nuevas sobre las anarquistas, revolucionarios y otros, desde Klinamen.
La Accion Sometida a La Critica
An essay on revolution and the future, by Jacques Camatte.
Writings by the Encyclopedie des Nuisances on nuclear power, industrialism, and green capitalism. Interesting transitional texts from the 1980s as the French post-situationist milieu came to grips with the ecological crisis.