Vengeance

Collection of issues of Vengeance, an insurrectionary anarchist influenced publication from California.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on October 13, 2012

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Juan Conatz

11 years 4 months ago

In reply to by libcom.org

Submitted by Juan Conatz on October 13, 2012

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.

  • 1The economic crisis, the California student movement, communization theory played big parts, as well

crudo

11 years 4 months ago

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Submitted by crudo on October 13, 2012

I love that no one every got that it was Tragedy lyrics in the background.

Vengeance #1

The first issue of Vengeance, an 'insurrectionary proletarian' magazine out of California. Released in January 2009.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on October 13, 2012

CONTENTS

-Welcome, fuckers
-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
-Poems
-New interventions in art and geography
-I feel the weight of class society and every day I die a little more

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Vengeance #2

The second issue of Vengeance, an 'insurrectionary proletarian' magazine out of California. Released in March 2009.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on October 13, 2012

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Vengeance #3

The third issue of Vengeance, an 'insurrectionary proletarian' magazine out of California. Released in August 2009.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on October 13, 2012

CONTENTS

-Some notes on a new proletarian movement
-On my need for class fellowship
-I feel as if the world is anew
-Crew strong
-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.

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