Algunas consideraciones viejas y nuevas sobre las anarquistas, revolucionarios y otros, desde Klinamen.
Memoir and critique; why we don the black mask and act collectively against the targets of capital and state.
“To counteract [leftist] silencing, we sought out our comrades from the heart of the black bloc and asked them to tell their side of the story: where they come from, why they participate, how they see the world. We do not accept the terms set by the mudslingers: our intent is not to compete for ideological legitimacy on a battlefield of abstractions, but to foster mutual understanding grounded in personal experience. As the expression goes, God only knows what devils we are: He can’t know anything else.”
-Crimethinc., February 2012
Words from Inside the Greek Prisons: writings by anarchist and rebel prisoners. Also featuring a long introduction from the Assembly for Solidarity with Prisoners in Struggle, framing and explaining their activities.
A collections of accounts and texts from the insurrection in Kabylia, Algeria. Includes the words of both Kabyle participants and internationals, particularly Italian anarchists acting in solidarity. Interesting notes on the means of village coordination and on the internal relations among rebels.
Revealing interview with comrades imprisoned in Spain in the late 1970s for expropriations from banks. They were part of the global phenomenon of “diffuse urban guerrilla” – extremists who found themselves outside of the Marxist-Leninist groups (RAF, Red Brigades, etc.) due to their radical critique and refusal of spectacular violence.
See also “To Libertarians.”
Radical critique of climate half-measures and capitalist reformism, with a vision of rupture and transformation.
“Social war not climate chaos.”
Selections from Insurrection magazine, along with a long introduction addressing contemporary insurrectionary organization in the USA.
(Suburban Rage) por Miguel Amoros. Sobre los disturbios en los suburbios de Francia en 2005.
(Armed Joy) por Alfredo Bonanno.
Date prisa en atacar al capital, antes de que una nueva ideologia lo haga sagrado para ti. Date prisa en rechazar el trabajo, antes de que un nuevo sofista de diga, una vez mas, que ‘el trabajo te hace libre.” Date prisa en jugar. Date prisa en armarte.
Critique and memoir by a member of Os Cangaceiros.
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