2000s

Book Reviews - Black Flag #223 (2003)

Book reviews from Black Flag #223 (2003).

Democracy is… Undemocratic

One of the strangest arguments against anarchist ways of organising is that they are "undemocratic." This argument Is usually associated with Trotskyists. As It crops up with regular frequency, it is worthwhile to discuss this accusation in detail.

An article from Black Flag in 2003.

Ditching The Olympics

A Black Flag article on resistance to the Olympic Games in Berlin and the Netherlands in the 1980s and 1990s.

Yes We Have No Bananas: Class and Sectarianism in Northern Ireland by T.J.

Black Flag article from the 2000s about class and other divisions in Northern Ireland / the six counties.

Direct Action against War - the battle for Shannon Airbase

All over the world millions of people have mobilised against the war in Iraq. These mobilisations were biggest in countries like Britain, Italy and Spain where the government supported the war but the population was against it. Southern Ireland also saw a massive demonstration on February 15th when around 10% of the capital's population marched through the city of Dublin.

Article from Black Flag in 2003.

Disarm DSEi

Black Flag on protests against a London arms trade event in 2003.

Do or Die Editors interviewed for the American Earth First! Journal

A reflective interview from 2006 with the editors of the UK-based Do Or Die journal, that ran for ten issues from 1992-2003.

Do Or Die #10 2003

Final issue of Do Or Die from 2003. 384 pages, contents below.

"Do or Die - Digging out the avalanche of capitalism with the spatula of activism since 1992."

PDF courtesy of the Do Or Die archve.

Do Or Die #9 2001

9th issue of Do Or Die from 2001. 236 pages. Contents below.

"Do or Die—Riding the Stannah stairlift of bitter experience to the granny flat of utter futility since 1992"

PDF courtesy of the Do Or Die archive.