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PDF of Anarchist Atlanta No5 - Feb 2007 online

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The February 2007 Newsletter of the Capital Terminus Collective is now online.
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It can be downloaded from http://nefac.net/~ctc/pdf/AA5.pdf

Contents include
- Compañero is just Spanish for Good Ole Boy
- Report from the Florida Anarchist Organising workshop
- Anarcho-Communism A to Z: the letter D
- Oh Bodage, Up Yours!

Who is the Capital Terminus Collective?

The Capital Terminus Collective is an organization of anarchists that have organized around theoretical and class lines. We believe in the emancipation the international working class from capitalism and the state. We envision a world where workers themselves control production and the people of the world control their own communities. We also admit we have a long way to go, and that people must learn to be independent from their governments before this can happen. Through education and organizing the working class at our workplaces and in our communities, we can slowly but surely build a new world within the shell of the old.

The CTC was founded through a series of small study groups in the winter of 2004 and 2005. The discussions were on various aspects of anarchist theory and history. Then in the late winter of 2005, an objector to the war in Iraq, Kevin Benderman, was court-martialed and sent to prison for not agreeing to redeployment. The CTC’s first activity was drafting a letter of solidarity to Kevin. In the summer of 2005, we held a conference and membership and activity boosted and the CTC made the scene with a new counter-recruitment focus. With small projects on the side we have continued the focus today and are attending our second SOA Watch weekend as a collective.

CTC Events Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday the CTC hosts a study group at the madratz infoshop. For the current topic of dicussion, please visit our yahoo group at http://groups.yahoo.com/ group/CTC-Study.

The Capital Terminus Collective also holds it’s monthly business meeting on the first Saturday of each month after the counter recruitment leaflettling. Email us for time and location.

to contact the Capital Terminus Collective Email: capitalterminus@gmail.com or on Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/capitalterminus

submissions or comments welcome, email anarchist_atlanta@yahoo.com


It can be downloaded from http://nefac.net/~ctc/pdf/AA5.pdf

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Front page

Reflexiones sobre la situación de Afganistán

Αυτοοργάνωση ή Χάος

South Africa: Historic rupture or warring brothers again?

Declaración Anarquista Internacional: A 85 Años De La Revolución Española. Sus Enseñanzas Y Su Legado.

Death or Renewal: Is the Climate Crisis the Final Crisis?

Gleichheit und Freiheit stehen nicht zur Debatte!

Contre la guerre au Kurdistan irakien, contre la traîtrise du PDK

Meurtre de Clément Méric : l’enjeu politique du procès en appel

Comunicado sobre el Paro Nacional y las Jornadas de Protesta en Colombia

The Broken Promises of Vietnam

Premier Mai : Un coup porté contre l’un·e d’entre nous est un coup porté contre nous tou·tes

Federasyon’a Çağırıyoruz!

Piştgirîye Daxuyanîya Çapemenî ji bo Êrîşek Hatîye li ser Xanîyê Mezopotamya

Les attaques fascistes ne nous arrêteront pas !

Les victoires de l'avenir naîtront des luttes du passé. Vive la Commune de Paris !

Contra la opresión patriarcal y la explotación capitalista: ¡Ninguna está sola!

100 Years Since the Kronstadt Uprising: To Remember Means to Fight!

El Rei està nu. La deriva autoritària de l’estat espanyol

Agroecology and Organized Anarchism: An Interview With the Anarchist Federation of Rio de Janeiro (FARJ)

Es Ley por la Lucha de Las de Abajo

Covid19 Değil Akp19 Yasakları: 14 Maddede Akp19 Krizi

Declaración conjunta internacionalista por la libertad de las y los presos politicos de la revuelta social de la región chilena

[Perú] Crónica de una vacancia anunciada o disputa interburguesa en Perú

Nigeria and the Hope of the #EndSARS Protests

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