"We Want to Revive Anarchism in Cuba" 02:12 Dec 31 1 comments
Some thoughts on anarchism 10:15 Jul 30 0 comments
New publications from the AF in October 2014 18:22 Oct 26 0 comments
Someday We'll Be Ready, and We'll Be Enough 10:27 Oct 24 0 commentsmore >>
Recent articles by Andrew Flood
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Delegation returns from International Anarchist Gathering at St Imier
international | anarchist movement | news report Wednesday August 22, 2012 16:13 by Andrew Flood - WSM
August saw a gathering of a couple of thousand anarchists from all over the globe in St Imier, Switzerland. This small town was the site of the founding of the Anarchist International in 1872, the gathering was organised to commemorate this event and involved dozens of political, organisational & cultural events. As part of this gathering Anarkismo, the international network that the WSM is the Irish section of, held both a European conference and a global gathering. [Italiano]
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Anarchist Women: "Long Live Freedom, Long Live Anarchism!" 00:08 Thu 01 Jan 0 comments
Anarchist Women attending to the Young Women Conference, in a small village Amara which is in Urfa (Kurdistan), made a speech on the resistance in Kobane, the effect of women on this resistance and women's freedom struggle.
Report from St. Imier International Congress, 8th-12th August 2012 22:28 Mon 10 Sep 0 comments
This year marks the 140 year anniversary of the first anarchist International held at St.Imier, Switzerland, in 1872. In celebration of the anniversary an international gathering was called in St.Imier in mid-August. A contingent of Collective Action militants attended the gathering along with thousands of other anarchists from around the world to discuss politics, create new international ties and, of course, have some fun.
Announcing the addition of the Greek language to the A-Infos project 16:49 Tue 03 Mar 0 comments
The A-infos Collective is proud to announce the addition of a new Greek list to our project.
AInfos news service adds Chinese language section 17:30 Sat 14 Feb 0 comments
Ainfos collective is proud to announce the addition of the Chinese section to our multilingual internet information project.
Good Bye 2007 14:35 Mon 14 Jan 1 comments
Collectif anarchist La Nuit Year in Review
Asian Anarchist Network (AAN) 12:55 Wed 19 Dec 0 comments
An international mailing list has been setup recently for Asian anarchists and those interested in the practice of anarchism in Asia. People have been sending in introductions and members hail from all over: Japan, Singapore, Vietnam, etc. Follow this link to subscribe: https://lists.riseup.net/www/info/a_a_n
Addition of Dutch and Arabic language categories to Anarkismo.net 22:55 Mon 12 Feb 1 comments
As part of the expansion of Anarkismo.net last week we added distinct categories for the Dutch and Arabic languages.
Tenth Anniversary of An Anarchist FAQ! 18:07 Wed 19 Jul 0 comments
Thisis the tenth anniversary of the Anarchist FAQ marked by an update to version 11.7 for the 19th of July, 2006.
New Anarcho-Literature from Zabalaza Books 15:32 Fri 19 May 0 comments
The Zabalaza Books site has just been updated with some new literature in PDF format which can be downloaded. The new material includes revolutionary history, leaflets and posters.
these pix show you our demo in Hiroshima. 22:00 Tue 30 Aug 0 comments
these are pix of an anarchist-demo in hiroshima.more >>
Since 9th of March, across the French territory, an important and combative social-class struggle is taking place against the “labor law” by which the French Government attempts to impose a total restructuring of labor relations. By constant squatting in schools, colleges and public buildings, through reappropriation of public spaces on a daily level, with strikes and sit-ins in factories and in conflict with the forces of repression, French society ‒ especially the youth ‒ holds strong resistance against the attack unleashed by the bosses and the State.
THE WORLD OF STATE AND CAPITALISM IN ABSOLUTE BANKRUPTCY Jun 06 1 comments
Today’s attack on society is the result of the endless effort made by the state and bosses to transform it into a sweat-shop and a prison. Within conditions of an overall profound systemic crisis and de-legitimation of the political system, this attack is escalating. In the process, it is revealing the incurable contradictions of the state-capitalist organizational structure, as much as the absolute weakness to produce from above any coherent social vision, perspective or hope.
"Africa today lies prostrate, bleeding, and embattled on all fronts, a victim of capitalist and, to a great extent, state socialist ambitions. The heart-rending misery of its peoples, the conditions of abject poverty, squalor and disease in which they live, exist side by side with the wanton luxury, rapacity, and corruption of its leaders." Sam Mbah and I.E. Igariwey, 1997, African Anarchism: The History of a Movement, Sharp Press: Tucson, Arizona. Our vast continent, Africa, is the poorest in the world, host to dozens of wars and conflicts, and marked by instability and inequality. The root causes of the instability lie in political corruption and the profiteering system run by local and international elites. The local ruling classes are interested in making profits and getting wealthy, by any means necessary. The elites are not promoting the development of the working class and peasants (small farmers), but only worsening our conditions. If the choice is between building a road in a poor area or pocketing the money, they will pocket the money.
Turnips, hammers & the square - why workplace occupations have faded Feb 16 0 comments
What if we build it and they don’t come? That was the experience of the left during the crisis - decades had been spent building organisations and a model of how crisis would create revolution but when the crisis arrived the left discovered that the masses weren’t convinced. The expected pattern of crisis leading to small strikes and protests, then to mass strikes and riot and then perhaps to general strike and revolution didn’t flow as expected. Under that theory the radical left would at first be marginal but then as conditions drove class militancy to new heights the workers disappointed by reformist politicians and unions leaders would move quickly to swell its ranks.
Comment on the Accusations against Michael Schmidt Dec 29 43 comments
For months there has been a heated discussion over charges that Michael Schmidt, author of well-known books about anarchism, is actually a fascist and "white nationalist." Now that the main statements are out on both sides, I have been waiting for an evaluation by some panel of reputable anarchist activists and theorists. As this has not happened, I am publishing my own conclusions.more >>
The Anarkismo network has already published a statement that it would wait until all parts of the accusations by Reid Ross and Stephens were published, as well as the answers of M. Schmidt, before making any judgements on the case. Now that this has been forthcoming, as well as two more responses by Reid Ross, we are issuing a second statement to make public our intentions regarding the present situation.
Statement For Rojava Aug 30 Neither East Nor West- NYC 0 comments
This is a solidarity Statement For Rojava from an old group that is reviving itself somewhat: Neither East Nor West-NYC
Anarkismo message of support to 1st Congress of Columna Libertaria Joaquín Penina Apr 22 1 of Anarkismo Editorial Group 0 comments
We are very pleased to be able to congratulate you on the realisation of your First Congress as a specific anarchist political organisation. In light of the disbanding of the Federación Anarco-Comunista Argentina we believe that this is a very important step both for our shared especifista tendency as well as for the development of anarchism in general, both in Argentina and the region.
"Black Flame" blog updated again Dec 13 0 comments
The Black Flame blog has just been updated. The blog collates news, views and reviews of Lucien van der Walt and Michael Schmidt's book, "Black Flame: the revolutionary class politics of anarchism and syndicalism".
New Zabalaza Books website Sep 08 Zabalaza Books [ZACF] 0 comments
The Zabalaza Books pages have moved to the new ZB site.more >>