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Why we should listen to anarchists in the age of Trump
north america / mexico | miscellaneous | non-anarchist press Tuesday January 24, 2017 01:32 by Nathan Schneider - America Magazine
Politics doesn’t begin and end with politicians.
Among the sweeping changes that President Donald J. Trump has already brought to Washington with his inauguration is the specter of window-breaking anarchists.
“Less than two miles from the inaugural ceremonies,” The Washington Post reported on the front page of its website on Friday evening, “anarchists marched through the city’s streets, smashing bus-stop glass, vandalizing businesses and lighting fires.” It goes unexplained how the paper was able to confirm that these protesters were adherents of anarchist political philosophy, since fascists, soccer fans and others have been known for such conduct at times. (To The Post’s credit, at least, if these are the same protesters who also punched white nationalist Richard Spencer in the face, that pretty well points in the anarchist direction.) But whatever you think of such mayhem, or regardless of whom you accuse of it, anarchism is a tradition of thought and practice that we would do well to reconsider in times such as this.
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Canada: Anarchists scapegoats for RBC arson 00:53 Sun 23 May 0 comments
Despite widespread claims by the media, there is no indication that the recent "firebombing" of an RBC bank branch in Ottawa was carried out by "anarchists".
A New Center of Trauma? 19:40 Sat 01 May 0 comments
This article is commentary on a proposed trauma center at Kendall Regional Medical Center in South Florida, USA.
Common Action General Assembly Report 12:40 Wed 30 Sep 0 comments
From Saturday, September 19th to Sunday, September 20th members of the anarchist organization Common Action met in Seattle, WA for our fifth general assembly. Common Action members from Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia were in attendance. There was an incredible amount for us to talk about, vote on and brainstorm together! We also had several skill shares and open working group meetings.
San Francisco Transit Fight 09:19 Wed 07 Sep 0 comments
Despite heavy police presence at major bus transfer points, at least a
Demonstration against the Capitalists! 06:24 Thu 09 Jun 0 comments
THE RICH ARE SHOWING OFF DOWNTOWN. LET'S WALK AGAINST CAPITALISM!
The Illusion of Choice Oct 02 0 comments
The 2012 presidential election is fast approaching and Americans will participate in this ritual of voting for a member of the Democratic Party or Republican Party. This is almost the same as deciding to have Coca-Cola or Pepsi. Democrats and Republicans are constantly arguing and promoting their liberal and conservative views (just different sides of the same corrupt coin). This is merely a show this two party system is owed by the same corporatist elites and funded by the same internationally bankers. They may have different tone, but over all they are both practically the same one comes in a blue can and the other one in a red can, but when those cans are open they both contain the same substance. [Italiano]
Some Objections To Occupy May 1st Apr 24 1 comments
A short list of objections to the May 1st general strike effort within the Occupy movement and some responses to them.
Crash the tea parties! Mar 28 17 comments
On April 15th thousands of right-wingers will attend rallies in cities and towns across the United States.
Some remarks about Obama & Co. Jan 23 1 comments
For anarchists, in particular, his administration represents little more than a “change” (!) of the guard which, in every other respect than his skin, is 100% typical of U.S. politics. What is extraordinary is not so much Obama himself—Obama as a politician—but rather the unusual political context.
Canada: Elections: all we can hope for? Nov 25 0 comments
Elections are neither nothing nor everything. Within narrow bounds, we get to choose -- criminally narrow bounds that mean they cannot touch the things that mean life or death, more suffering or less suffering, for many, but can make small but real changes that mean life or death, more suffering or less suffering, for others. It would be politically foolish and morally dubious to ignore that.more >>