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Anarchy #09

Ninth Issue of the second series of Anarchy magazine. This issue focuses on Urban Guerrilla groups.

Comunicat de CNT Catalunya arrel del atemptat a Barcelona de Agost de 2017

Les “amistats perilloses”: Els sàtrapes Felip VI i Salman d’Aràbia

A leaflet distributed by the Catalan CNT at the Barcelona anti-terrorism rally of August 26, 2017 and the concurrent protests against the visit of King Felipe VI.

CNT Catalunya leaflet from the Barcelona peace rally of August 26, 2017

“Dangerous liaisons”: The satraps Felipe VI and Salman of Arabia

A leaflet distributed by the Catalan CNT at the Barcelona anti-terrorism rally of August 26, 2017 and the concurrent protests against the visit of King Felipe VI.

The shade of swords - Jean Casseur

Article on nihilism, and the loss of community and meaning. First published on the now-defunct Ritual magazine website, June 2015.

Intellectuals cheer as US moves towards global war in Syria

Despite years of unqualified failure, nation's liberal intelligentsia announces full support as US redoubles its efforts in its catastrophic "war on terror"

The period of decline – Miguel Amorós

Notes for a presentation delivered in September 2017 at the Gijon Anarchist Book Fair on the social, psychological and moral aspects of the modern crisis of capitalism, and the proliferation of nihilism, mental illness and generalized irrationality, based on the works of Jaime Semprun, particularly his book, L'abîme se repeuple [The Abyss Repopulates Itself], first published in 1997.

Violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville ends in murder

Aftermath of Nazi attack

Charlottesville, VA – The “Unite The Right” rally took place as scheduled in Emancipation Park on Saturday afternoon. As expected, thousands of anti-racist protesters arrived to confront the neo-nazis, KKK members, and other self-identified racists and fascists who had gathered around the statue of Robert E Lee.

Mexico: insurrectionary anarchist-feminist group bombs Episcopal Conference headquarters

Mexico in recent years has become a hotbed of insurrectionary anarchist activity. On July 25th 2017, the insurrectionary anarchist/feminist group 'Comando Feminista Informal de Acción Antiautoritaria' (COFIAA - Informal Feminist Command of Anti-Authoritarian Action) bombed the headquarters of the Mexican Episcopal Conference in Mexico City, the latest in a series of attacks that they have carried-out in the past two years.

Violence in the women’s suffrage movement

Police survey Saunderton Railway Station after a suffragette arson attack, 1913

A brief account of some of the many violent incidents in the UK women’s fight for the right to vote in the early 20th century, by Steven Johns.

Call COBRA, that’ll sort it

I originally posted this at Freedom News shortly after the Manchester bombing, but blow me if it's not strangely prescient on today's events as well...