Category Archives: anarchism

Martyrdom, the Apocalyptic Bible, and Bob Crow in Rojava

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Revolution in Rojava

While the world watched in shock the raise of ISIS in late 2014, leaving a trail of destruction and unspeakable atrocities behind, Kurdish guerrillas came to put a halt to their seemingly unstoppable expansion. They achieved this after months of … Continue reading

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discussion of contemporary meaning of anarchism

“Anarchism has enjoyed a renaissance over the last twenty years adopted by the occupy movement and other protest organisations like the million mask march which started in London a few years ago. Where does anarchism sit in radical politics today … Continue reading

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Theorizing revolution

“On Deleuze and Zapatismo: An Interview with Thomas Nail” http://critical-theory.com/deleuze-zapatismo-interview-thomas-nail/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=deleuze-zapatismo-interview-thomas-nail

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David Graeber on Occupy/Social Movements and Police Repression

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In Defence of Leaderless Revolutions

http://www.counterpunch.org/2013/07/26/in-defense-of-leaderless-revolutions/ “The widespread mistrust of leaders is one of the few things we have gained from our long history of revolutionary failure. Let’s not give that up just because our struggles are not immediately successful. Rather, we need to turn … Continue reading

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Yet another SWP numpty on anarchism (part 2) | Anarchist Writers

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Living Utopia (The Anarchists and The Spanish Revolution)

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Ashanti Alston on Black Panthers, Zapatismo, and anarchism

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