Journals

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A Journal of Insurgent Strategy
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The second Insurgencies journal starts off with a bang, naming much of our activity (and moralizing) as militant activism. It does this in the context of...
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Herein lay a series of engagements and debates that are perfect for the journal format. Where lay the dangers of visibilty? What is the terrain by which...
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Hostis was what Rome called enemies of the state, though it also means stranger. The term is inspired by barbarians, who are not understood by Imperial powers because they do not speak a recognized language and break civic norms through uncontrolled acts of violence.

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Winter 2010 Contents in this edition of the charming periodical of hactivism and mayhem include.... pirate bay launches private proxy (VPN) services,...
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Spring 2011 The Bradley (now Chelsea) Manning case, profiles of hackers (an interview with enigmax of torrentfreak.com), FBI makes big media splash while...
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Jeremy Hammond, report back on the 2010 SF anarchist bookfair and BASTARD conference, Fun with Linux Routing, MD5 Crack on the Cheap, Reducing Redundancy in Bind Zone Files, Ronin, SSL MITM, the Cult of the /opt/, Using Multiple Interfaces to get 1MB+/s and VPN via Tor.

Enthusiasm and fun!

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Articles by John Zerzan on silence, second life (the game, on cities, and one on his 2007 tour (10 countries in 19 days!); by Felonious Skunk on being a decivilizing papa; by Sal Insieme on connecting to place, among many others.

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Minimum quantity for "Green Anarchy, #25" is 1.


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Culture, City, Change...
An in depth look at what makes us who we are: the forces that shape us, the places we inhabit, the ways we relate to each other, the ideas we interact with, and this world through which we navigate. Time, change, communication, technology, and, of course, resistance.

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Minimum quantity for "Green Anarchy, #24" is 1.


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Highlights include: John Zerzan’s "On the Origins of War"; "Stones Can Speak," a poetic and powerful look at what is going on in Bolivia by Jesús Sepúlveda; "Only a Tsunami Will Do," a potent and lucid rant on feminism that is sure to create a storm of controversy...

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Minimum quantity for "Green Anarchy, #21" is 1.


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Spirituality, Religion, Ideology.
Theologians, scientists, psychiatrists, philosophers, and mystics have strictly divided, compartmentalized, and further mystified the whole of our life experience through their self-defined (thus self-proven) analysis, abstractions, and symbology.

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Minimum quantity for "Green Anarchy, #20" is 1.


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Indigenous Resistance to Civilization
This issue doesn't exclusively focus on this critical theme, but it is highly present and deeply informs it. Articles on creating an indigenous anarchism (by Aragorn!), Black Mesa, primal guerrilla warfare (by Kevin Tucker),

Minimum quantity for "Green Anarchy, #19" is 1.

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