What they mean when they say peace

A response from Crimethinc to the Governor of Missouri's insistence on "peace now, justice later".

What If the black bloc held a summit and the G20 had a bake sale?

Crudo critiques some perspectives on summit protests.

Anarchy in the age of dinosaurs

Anarchy in the Age of Dinosaurs, " It's a 154-page, fully illustrated anarchist tactical guide. It covers everything from anarchist shanty-towns, the French Resistance in WWII, to the destruction of dinosaurs - focusing on how decentralization and DIY serve catalysts for revolution" from the Crimethinc camp. We have massive disagreements with much of it and reproduce it for reference only.

Bounty hunters & child predators: inside the FBI entrapment strategy

An article by Crimthinc on recent FBI 'terrorism' cases centering on anarchists and the Occupy movement.

A trip down CrimethInc’s memory hole: 2010-2011 in review, reviewed.

Cautiously Pessimistic blog analyses and critiques Crimethinc's piece on the UK anti-austerity movement, the Wisconsin uprising and the Egyptian revolt.

Dear Occupiers: A letter from anarchists

Text from a flier produced by US anarchist group Crimethinc, for participants of the '#Occupy' movement.

A communist critique of some aspects of early CrimethInc. - Steven Johns

A critique of early CrimethInc. writings, written by one of the libcom group between 2005 and 2006 attacking its lifestylist elements and arguing for a class struggle perspective.

Days of Crime and Nights of Horror - Ramor Ryan

Ramor Ryan reviews Days of War, Nights of Love: CrimethInc for Beginners (CrimethInc Workers' Collective, 2001) and Days and Nights of Love and War by Eduardo Galeano (New York: Monthly Review Press, 1983).

Rethinking CrimethInc.

Crimethincism in the dustbin of history

A class struggle anarchist critique of lifestylist activist group CrimethInc. written by W in 2006.

Crimethinc and the corrupting influence of art

In this article for Freedom, first published in 2008, Jim L looks at the gulf between creations enjoyed by the masses and Art for the elites