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The Never-ending Martial Law: An Anarchist Reflection on the 21st of September

Martial law never really went away. An anarchist reflection on the 21st of September, the anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law by the dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

Anarkista Ka Ba? Alamin! — David Graeber

An idiomatic Tagalog adaptation of David Graeber’s “Are You An Anarchist? The Answer May Surprise You!” by Miyungs and edited by Lahumbuwan.

To U.S. Anti-Fascists: Resist Joseph Scott Pemberton’s Return to the United States

An open letter by Filipino and Filipinx autonomists in the so-called Philippines and diasporas to the anti-fascists in the so-called United States asking them to resist the return of the transphobic murderer Joseph Scott Pemberton and to remember Jennifer Laude as a victim of white supremacy and transphobia.

Abolitionism against pandemic policing in the Philippines

The demand for abolition becomes urgent in the face of a highly militarized response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines.

Anarchism 101

An introduction to anarchism.

An Open Letter of a Part-Time Instructor from PUP

A disgruntled worker formally employed at a state university writes an open letter detailing the absurdity of unpaid labor they were forced to do.

Supak sa Anti-Terror Bill

Usa ka analisa nga anarchist sa Anti-Terror Act nga gihisgutan sa kongreso sa Pilipinas. Translation of “Against the Terror of Anti-Terror

Update on Anti-Authoritarian Prisoners Involved in Vandalism (Tangerang and Bekasi, Indonesia)

Three anti-authoritarian detainees from Tangerang and Bekasi (Indonesia) are charged with “provocation” for spraying graffiti and can be charged up to ten years in prison. The police have unlawfully isolated them from their families and legal aides. A report written by the Anti-authoritarian Federation (FedAO) of Indonesia and an update to “Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners in Tangerang and Bekasi in Indonesia.”

We are reproducing this here to signal boost this news to the international community.

Interlinking our Struggles in Gender and Queer Issues

Men in anarchist spaces need to step up to make our spaces safer and more inclusive. Lacking experience of being queer or women is no excuse to stay silent. Staying silent on oppression just contributes to that oppression.

International Solidarity with the Social Revolution in Rojava

International statement on defending the social revolution in Rojava.

The New Terror Bill in the Philippines: Another Front in the Worldwide Struggle against Tyranny

An introduction to why Filipinos oppose the Anti-Terrorism Act in the Philippines with a preface from CrimethInc.

Against emergency: The interlinked struggles in Hong Kong and the Philippines

States around the world are criminalizing dissent in response to a global and ongoing wave of uprisings.

The Oppressed Classes Rise Up Against Racism and Discrimination

A statement on anti-racism signed by anarchist groupings from all over the world.

Wrath Over Pride: A call-out post to “radical” cis (het) men and their inadequacy in gender struggles

“Radical” cis (het) men—you need to step the fuck up. Your silence is literally harming us. If you were truly for liberation, you must also be actively for our liberation as women and LGBTQIA+, because liberation is not a monolith, assumed to be the same thing for everyone; it is nuanced and attuned to the different needs and desires of different people.

Black Cross: A Proposal for an Abolitionist Prisoner Support Group

A proposal for a Black Cross, an abolitionist prisoner support group that seeks to abolish prisons and police.

Melawan Teror dari RUU Antiterorisme

Sebuah analisis dari seorang anarkis terhadap RUU Antiterorisme yang sedang digodok di kongres Filipina.
A translation of our piece “Against the Terror of Anti-Terror” by Malaginoo into Bahasa Indonesian. Translated by Ishtar Jawa at Rimpang.

Kontra sa Terror ng Anti-Terror

Isang anarkistang pagsusuri ng Anti-Terror Act na tinalakay sa kongreso ng Pilipinas. Translation of “Against the Terror of Anti-Terror

To Be Queer is to Love All: A Perspective on Queer Activism and Anarchism in the Philippines

What is “normal”? What does it mean to be Queer? To be Queer is to love all with revolutionary love that transcends all social constructs, whether it be color, gender, sex, class, race; a love that is unconditional.

Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners in Tangerang and Bekasi in Indonesia

Anti Feminist Feminist Club, an anarcho-feminist collective in Indonesia, sent us this message asking for support for anarchist prisoners in Indonesia. We are reproducing this message.

Crackdown at Pride! Free the Pride 20!

A Pride March and protest was violently broken by Philippine police. Twenty individuals were warrantlessly arrested. We must call for their release. #FreePride20!