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The Truth about “The Truth about Today’s Anarchists”

A response to a New York Times article that repeated conspiracy theories about anarchists manipulating the Black Lives Matter movement. This article was originally published by Crimethinc.

Belarus: Anarchists in the Uprising against the Dictatorship

An interview with the Pramen collective and another anonymous anarchist from Belarus, exploring the current uprising. This interview was first published by Crimethinc.

Greece: Everything Is Coming to a Boil - Looming Recession, the Ban on Freedom of Assembly, and the Death of Vassilis Maggos

A report on the situation in Greece, where the collapse of tourism has left the country on the verge of a major recession, while the government introduces a major crackdown on demonstrations. This report comes from Radio Fragmata's contribution to the "Bad News" international radio project, and was adapted and transcribed by Crimethinc.

The New Terror Bill in the Philippines: Another Front in the Worldwide Struggle against Tyranny

An introduction to why Filipinos oppose the Anti-Terrorism Act in the Philippines with a preface from CrimethInc.

Stonewall Means Riot Right Now: What the Queer Uprisings of 1969 Share with the George Floyd Protests of 2020

Many of us are reflecting on how today’s struggles against police and white supremacy connect to past uprisings. Let’s look at the resonances between Stonewall and the Justice for George Floyd rebellions and what these show us about how to catalyze resistance to oppression. This article was first published by Crimethinc.

"Outside agitators", "ANTIFA", conspiracy theories and disinformation

A compilation of arguments addressing some of the claims and conspiracy theories that have been circulating about "outside agitators" and "ANTIFA" in recent days. These were originally posted as social media threads by Crimethinc and It's Going Down.

The Anarchists versus the Plague: Malatesta and the Cholera Epidemic of 1884

In 1884, cholera tore through Italy, claiming thousands of lives. Despite a three-year prison sentence hanging over his head, Errico Malatesta joined other revolutionary anarchists on a daring mission to Naples—the heart of the epidemic—to treat those suffering from the disease. In so doing, he and his comrades demonstrated an alternative to coercive state policies that remains relevant today in the age of COVID-19. This article was first published by Crimethinc.