1990s

The Murmuring Volcano - Ecuador's Economic Crisis

Military and indigenous people came together to provoke the crisis

Article from Black Flag #219 (2000) about the uprising in Ecuador against neoliberalism and "dollarisation".

More Reviews

Shorter reviews from Black Flag #219 (2000) including a James Bond film, The Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War by Robert Alexander and books by Marge Piercy and Donald Rooum.

Review: Walking With Dinosaurs BBC TV, October 1999

Review of TV documentary on dinosaurs (with much feted computer simulations) from Black Flag #219 (2000).

Crackdown in Indonesia: Report from Front Anti-Fascist (FAF) Bandung

New laws are being introduced, legitimising state terror against resistance groups. Front Anti-Fascist (FAF) Bandung are fighting back.

Article from Black Flag #219 (2000)

N30: After Seattle

An article from Black Flag #219 on the aftermath of the Seattle anti-globalisation protests of November 30th 1999.

N30: Global Capitalism Global Protest

There were actions against the WTO all over the world, including Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Iceland, Turkey and the places below.

Article from Black Flag #219 about the protests on November 30th 1999.

N30: Stateless In Seattle

Fifty thousand on the streets, thirty thousand of them trade unionists... the WTO meeting abandoned... declaration of martial law... clouds of tear gas and volleys of rubber bullets... dockers shutting down West Coast ports from Seattle to San Pedro... hang on, we thought the class war was dead?!

From Black Flag #219, 2000.

N30: Reclaiming the Railways

As martial law was imposed on the streets of Seattle, London hosted its own mini-riot at Euston Station.

The events of November 30th 1999, from Black Flag #219.

Love & Rage newspaper

An archive of Love & Rage, a newspaper during the 1990s by what became the federation of the same name.