The Fall 2009 issue of this hacker's delight sports information on theory and application.
Minimum quantity for "Hack This Zine #8" is 1.
Fredy tells how encounters with the racism in Central Europe, Bolivia and the U.S. heightened his perception and prepared him to denouce American "cheerleaders for Israel." He is astounded that potential victims of Nazi extermination can accept, even support, Israeli massacres of Palestinian refugees.
Minimum quantity for "Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom" is 1.
This scathing analysis of student duplicity was prepared and published by the Situationist International and the students at the University of Strasbourg (using student union funds). While claiming to be revolutionaries, students prepare themselves for a professional career "just in case."
Minimum quantity for "On the Poverty of Student Life" is 1.
In 1981 and '82, various bombings, including Litton Industries factory (makers of a Cruise missile component), a hydro sub-station, and three pornographic video stores in Canada, were claimed by the groups Direct Action and the Wimmins Fire Brigade. In early 1983 five members of the Vancouver anarchist scene were arrested for these attacks. Ann Hansen, Doug Stewart, Julie Belmas, Gerry Hannah and Brent Taylor quickly became known as the Vancouver Five. This pamphlet offers poems, essays, and drawings by these five anarchists.
Minimum quantity for "Writings of the Vancouver 5" is 1.
Ever had the day dream of what could happen if a bunch of computer-savvy rebels got together and got serious?
Minimum quantity for "Hack This Zine #7" is 1.
Collection of essays and chronology of insurrectionary events in Algeria in the early 2000s.
Minimum quantity for "You Cannot Kill Us, We Are Already Dead: Algeria's Ongoing Popular Uprising" is 1.
A collection of writing attempting to systematically posit a conception of race which is inherently de-essentialist; a non-European anarchism which is self-determinedly disparate and plural; and finally, a critique of the anti-war movement (organizational and rhetorical/semantic critiques) from one non-European anarchist perspective of (ideally) many.
Minimum quantity for "Locating An Indigenous Anarchism" is 1.
What sustains capitalism? Our acceptance of everyday activities. The text offers a clear introduction to basic Marxist concepts like commodity fetishism and surplus value; it also traces the transformation of human activity into capital. Accessible essays on the ways that we participate in and perpetuate our own alienation.
Minimum quantity for "The Reproduction of Daily Life" is 1.
In this set of essays Alejandro De Acosta provokes one to consider all life, from its most minute dust swirls to the grand chaos of planets, a game for which we are invited to be open to as endless play.
Minimum quantity for "On Play and Games" is 1.
Translation and reprints of writings from the 1970s and '80s.
Minimum quantity for "Revolution, Violence, Anti-Authoritarianism: a few notes" is 1.
Dark Mountain is a not-anarchist English (mostly literature) project that is remarkably in synch with current green anarchist thinking on the environment and the options of humans (see Black Seed and Desert).
This is their manifesto.
Minimum quantity for "Uncivilised: the Dark Mountain Manifesto" is 1.
Bonanno's thoughts on, and experiences in, prisons.
Minimum quantity for "Locked Up" is 1.