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Detention is Better Than Cure?: The Railroading of the Anti-Terrorism Bill Amidst the Pandemic

This incompetency in handling the pandemic has been too obvious. And weeks before the quarantine ends, the so called Anti-Terrorism Bill was approved in the Senate quite very timely. The Bill has been criticized for its vague definitions of what “terrorism” is. Critics called it the “Terror Bill” as it threatens to violate basic human and constitutional rights.

We Reject the Terror Bill

We adopt this statement from the NUJP but preface this by saying we do not oppose the Terror Bill due to its constitutionality, for even if it were constitutional we would oppose it.

Philippines: Fears of losing freedoms escalate as Congress rushes to pass anti-terror bill

Trash the Human Security Act!

The bill would empower a council of top cabinet officials to do functions usually reserved for the courts, like ordering the warrantless arrest and detention of people and groups perceived to be terrorists. Report from Lian Buan published by Rappler. May 30, 2020.

Against the Terror of Anti-Terror

An anarchist analysis on the Anti-Terror Act being discussed in the Philippine congress.

Lest We Forget — Roberto S. Verzola

Roberto S. Verzola narrates his youthful experience in the National Democratic (Maoist) movement during the years of the Marcos dictatorship in the Philippines. He recounts his capture by the military and subsequent torture. During his imprisonment he learned that the Communist Party of the Philippines was behind the Plaza Miranda Bombing, the event that Marcos used to justify Martial Law and dictatorship.

Philippine Senate approves 'monster' anti-terror bill

A new anti-terrorism law in the Philippines legalizes wiretapping and expands warrantless arrests and detentions. If passed into law, this will almost certainly be used against activists in the archipelago,

Deklaro de la irana kolektiva “anarkiisma epoko” pri murdo de irana ŝtata teroristo

Deklaro de la irana kolektiva “anarkiisma epoko” pri murdo de irana ŝtata teroristo

The Attack on Two Oil Tankers in the Gulf of Oman

On the morning of June 13, two oil tankers were attacked in the Gulf of Oman. One was the Front Altair, owned by the Norwegian company Frontline, but flying the flag of the Marshall Islands. It was carrying a cargo of ethanol from Qatar to Taiwan. The second was the Kokuka Courageous of the Japanese company, Kokuka Sangyo, flying the Panamanian flag which was carrying methanol from Saudi Arabia to Singapore.

Anarchy #09 1972

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.