fascism

Anti-fascist protesters march and smash neo-Nazi expansionist stunt in Ioannina, north-west Greece

A fascist expansionist stunt smashed by protesters in Ioannina, marking yet another low ebb for nationalist bigots.

Warm weekend in Athens: protests, street battles and occupations

The first weekend of spring has been another warm one for Athens with protest marches, street battles, and occupations over a variety of social issues.

Anti-fascist protests end in riots, neo-nazi headquarters torched to the ground in Athens

flaming barricade during one of the riots

Protest marches in response to the fascist-parastate handgrenade attack against the Immigrants’ Social Centre in Athens erupt in riots seeing neonazi national offices burned.

Haunt of Migrants in Exarcheia, Athens, attacked with hand-grenade

On the night of February 24 the Haunt of Migrants on Tsamadou Street in Exarcheia (a social centre for migrants) was attacked while an assembly of the Association of Conscientious Objectors was taking place inside.

Antifa in the Wild East - internet warrior sets the the record straight

Moscow Antifa march to commemorate murder of anti-fascist A.Krylov, March 2008.

Anti-fascism in Russia is not a political but a social movement. It is not some irrelevant lefties who imagined that “fascism is an immanent threat” and started to “fight” it. And that is how it should be - fascism is not a threat in Russia – they do not have a slightest chance to take over. At least 95% of the population hates them. State and capital are the real problem.

Stop the BNP, stop the real bigots

A leaflet produced by Brighton Solidarity Federation and distributed at an anti-BNP demonstration in Hove in December 2008, attended by 150 people in response to BNP attempts to meet publically and launch a local branch.

Photos published of Greek police/fascist collaboration

Photographic evidence of collusion between members of the fascist paramilitary group Golden Dawn and Greek police has been published by a Greek blogger

Fascism - further reading guide

Libcom's guide to further reading around the far right, fascism and Nazism.

Remembering the Third Wave - Leslie Weinfield

Article about the 1967 experiment in Cubberley High School, California, in which a teacher created a proto-fascist movement which got out of hand. The experience was dramatised in 2008 film The Wave.

The third wave, 1967: an account - Ron Jones

Schoolteacher Ron Jones's personal account of his experiment which created a proto-fascist movement amongst his high school pupils in Palo Alto, California, which in 2008 was subject of the award-winning film The Wave.