Collection of issues of Vengeance, an insurrectionary anarchist influenced publication from California.
The first issue of Vengeance, an 'insurrectionary proletarian' magazine out of California. Released in January 2009.
-Why we should really fuck shit up
-Make Total Destory on middle class anarchism
-Working class anarchists are cooler
-I'd rather be high than learning: some thoughts on college
- Not so hot (internet) sex
-New interventions in art and geography
-I feel the weight of class society and every day I die a little more
The second issue of Vengeance, an 'insurrectionary proletarian' magazine out of California. Released in March 2009.
The third issue of Vengeance, an 'insurrectionary proletarian' magazine out of California. Released in August 2009.
-Some notes on a new proletarian movement
-On my need for class fellowship
-I feel as if the world is anew
-We have sat through your meetings for what seems like 100 years
-Birds of the cumming storm, Interview with Owen
-The Problem with Hip-Hop: Patriarchy, Proletarians, and Revolutionary Culture
-Work, Refusal, and Autonomy, Reprinted Interview with Harry Cleaver.
Looking back at this, there's
Looking back at this, there's stuff in these that I still find exciting and other stuff that's a bit underwhelming now, but I should point out the pretty big influence this and the group Modesto Anarcho had on American anarchism (specifically the non-IWW/political organization kind). While it didn't do it single-handily1 , it for sure got class war on the agenda.
There's more than a few folks involved in the political organizations here or the IWW, in which these publications played a large part in their trajectory.
I love that no one every got
I love that no one every got that it was Tragedy lyrics in the background.