Western Sahara: An Albatross on African Union’s Conscience 00:28 Feb 27 0 comments
This week the issue is not Trump. It is ourselves. 15:39 Jan 27 0 comments
Homecoming to Nostalgia: The Inauguration of Donald J. Trump 17:49 Jan 25 0 comments
January 2017 Kate Sharpley Library Bulletin online 17:24 Jan 24 0 commentsmore >>
elsewhere / miscellaneous / policy statement Thursday September 21, 2006 19:11 by Anarkismo Editorial Group
Following on a welcome increase in the level and scope of discussion on Anarkismo.net we are modifying out commenting guidelines. The new guidelines can be found in the left hand box of every page, read full story / add a comment
elsewhere / miscellaneous / opinion / analysis Saturday April 29, 2006 12:29 by Gregor 3 comments (last - tuesday may 23, 2006 20:16)
Anarchism looks to get rid of the division between rulers and ruled, to establish a new social order in which the State will have no role and no power because we will live in a society of equals where each of us takes responsibility for our own actions. read full story / add a comment
elsewhere / economy / opinion / analysis Wednesday April 19, 2006 17:12 by Cian Lynch 4 comments (last - tuesday april 25, 2006 18:14)
In this transcript of an educational I gave to the 1st of May branch I attempt to briefly consider how the internet and technology have impacted on intellectual property and what our perspectives on this might be as class struggle anarchists read full story / add a comment
Stuart Christie who as jailed for hiis part in a plan to assassinate Franco has published an obituary of Paul Avrich, who was a historican who wrote about the anarchist movement. read full story / add a comment
elsewhere / environment / opinion / analysis Tuesday March 21, 2006 22:14 by Terry S 42 comments (last - monday november 05, 2007 01:32) 3 images
Peak Oil is a subject that has not been addressed much in the Anarchist community and it's relevance to it. This is something I wish to discuss here and begin what is probably a very important debate and our response to it. Peak Oil is one of the major issues facing humanity and will result in great changes. It interlinks with many subject areas largely because of the ubiquitous role of energy in society. It is essential that Anarchists are aware of and understand this issue and it's far reaching consequences and are not caught off guard and are ready to take advantage of the changes that will occur to bring about a better world, rather than allow society to be led down the destructive path of capitalists and other dominating power structures. read full story / add a comment
elsewhere / movimiento anarquista / opinión / análisis Sunday February 26, 2006 22:37 by Andrew Flood 4 comments (last - monday january 24, 2011 17:48)
Durante la última década algunos autores, la mayoría afincados en los EEUU, han hecho una crítica general de la civilización. Algunos de ellos han optado por presentarse a sí mismos como anarquistas, aunque generalmente prefieren presentarse como primitivistas. Su tesis central es que la "civilización" es en sí misma un problema que conduce a nuestro fracaso en llevar una vida agradable. La lucha por el cambio sería, pues, una lucha contra la civilización y por un mundo donde la tecnología haya sido eliminada. [English] read full story / add a comment
Regular users of the site may have noticed two changes in recent weeks. Details of them follow. read full story / add a comment
Un análisis crítico de la historia de la Internacional Situacionista, su desarrollo y planteamientos como movimiento antagonista y su decadencia y asimilación por parte del sistema. read full story / add a comment
altre regioni / ambiente / altra stampa libertaria Wednesday November 09, 2005 03:27 by Andrés Devesa
Ho una cosa da confessare. C’è un aspetto della mia vita che è ben noto a tutti i miei cari, ma che non manca di impressionare quando appreso da persone sconosciute. Non possiedo un’automobile. Ebbene sì, lo devo confessare. read full story / add a comment
elsewhere / religion / news report Saturday September 17, 2005 23:36 by prole cat 34 comments (last - thursday may 10, 2007 03:06)
Like many frustrated Southerners in the aftermath of the hurricane named Katrina, I drove a small truck-and-trailer full of food and water to South Mississippi. I met some refugees at a camp site, during the trip down. They appeared to be poor whites. One, a native of Bay St. Louis, was snarling against the "looters", using racial epithets. When informed that I planned to take food straight to the hungry people in the streets, this man (who had already taken offense when I challenged his bigotry) snorted, "Good. You gone find out then. Great. You go right ahead." His words left me more determined than ever. read full story / add a comment
elsewhere / anarchist movement / anarchist communist event Monday August 22, 2005 07:57 by APOC 3 comments (last - wednesday september 28, 2005 04:08)
Anarchist People of Color 2005 Conference in Houston, Texas USA Announcement read full story / add a comment
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Polish language added to Anarkismo 19:51 Wed 28 Feb 0 comments
Following on our recent creation of Dutch and Arabic language categoires Anarkismo.net is pleased to announce the creation of a catagory for articles in Polish
Stuart Christie's Obituary of Paul Avrich 16:21 Mon 10 Apr 0 comments
Stuart Christie who as jailed for hiis part in a plan to assassinate Franco has published an obituary of Paul Avrich, who was a historican who wrote about the anarchist movement.
Some changes on Anarkismo.net 18:21 Mon 13 Feb 0 comments
Regular users of the site may have noticed two changes in recent weeks. Details of them follow.
Hurricane Katrina, and the good churchgoers of the U.S. South 23:36 Sat 17 Sep 34 comments
Like many frustrated Southerners in the aftermath of the hurricane named Katrina, I drove a small truck-and-trailer full of food and water to South Mississippi. I met some refugees at a camp site, during the trip down. They appeared to be poor whites. One, a native of Bay St. Louis, was snarling against the "looters", using racial epithets. When informed that I planned to take food straight to the hungry people in the streets, this man (who had already taken offense when I challenged his bigotry) snorted, "Good. You gone find out then. Great. You go right ahead." His words left me more determined than ever.
What sort of Uprising do we need in Iraqi Kurdistan? Mar 05 1 comments
This article is about the brief history of how Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has set up and its treatment of its own people. While KRG has been sunk in corruption, engaged the war with Isis and overwhelmed by huge numbers of refugees from Syria, middle and south of Iraq, is unable to pay wages to its employees. As a result of that there have been demos ,protest and boycotting work by people.
Una introducción al modelo de la economía participativa, o Parecon Dec 29 0 comments
La Economía Participativa, que nació a principios de los 90, pretende promover que todas las decisiones económicas a la hora de producir y consumir sean tomadas de una forma democrática y participativa.
Afghanistan sept ans après : Ni la sécurité, ni la démocratie Nov 03 0 comments
Les justifications avancées par les puissances occidentales à leur invasion militaire de l’Afghanistan, déclenchée le 7 octobre 2001 étaient de deux ordres : la lutte contre le « terrorisme » et la restauration de la « démocratie ». Au regard de ces intentions, quel bilan peut-on tirer de cette intervention, sept ans plus tard ?
Afghanistan : Les mensonges de l’OTAN Nov 03 0 comments
Les partisans occidentaux de l’occupation de l’Afghanistan redoublent d’effort pour tromper des opinions publiques qui doutent de plus en plus du bien-fondé des arguments de l’OTAN. Elles ont raison de douter, comme nous allons le voir en démontant quelques-uns des arguments les plus couramment entendus.
True Democracy: Anarchism as Order Dec 18 0 comments
When reports of social breakdown are reported on the news, we always hear that it is 'anarchy'. What can it mean when we say we are anarchists? Chaos and terror? Anarchy means no rulers, just like mon-archy means one ruler explains Wesmore >>