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I Want To Be A Suicide Bomber

I Want To Be A Suicide Bomber “Why”ing not in order to get ready-made responses to daily media bombardements, and media intellectualisms, Somnambulist Situationists aim at miraculating a sleepwalker’s strategy to re-consider the Situationist Internationalist’s texts towards an un-negotiable, short-circuiting, non-identitarian, and especially a critically pervert position. How can we hypnotise the Father, or Hegel,? […]

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Attentat

Attentat Attentat – the journal of the nihilist position. This is a journal intended to explore the collision between anarchist and nihilist ideas. The position itself is more about collision than about words. For too long we have suffered the limitations of words and identities that collapse into insignificance without gaining the corresponding heft of […]

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Creating Anarchy

Creating Anarchy by Ron Sakolsky Ron Sakolsky is a rare anarchist for a variety of reasons, including his longevity, his intellectual pursuits (especially challenging academia), and his embrace of art and the surrealists, a tendency that is not strong among modern anarchists and one that could stand to be renewed. Creating Anarchy is a collection […]

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Sabate

It is necessary to understand that we cannot wait for others—not even for other comrades—to give us the sign to act, the final indication. This must come from us. Each one of us, taken individually, must find his or her own comrades and constitute small affinity groups which are the essential element for giving life […]

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Propulsive Utopia

Propulsive Utopia This is not a simple call to action. The cemeteries are full of such calls. We are talking about a project that has been studied in the laboratories of capital and is now being applied to perfection. It is aimed at gradually and painlessly turning us away from our capacity to struggle. This […]

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Defacing The Currency

Defacing The Currency Bob Black’s first book in sixteen years. This is not because Bob has stopped writing, or even that the audience for his work has disappeared. Quite the opposite. It’s been sixteen years since Anarchy After Leftism because it has taken that long for the anarchist space to catch up to him. This […]

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Feral Revolution

Feral Revolution – Essays and Polemics of Feral Faun Anyone can spend years “in the wilderness”, Feral maintains, referring to the possibility of entering the reality of which the “wilderness” marks the extreme limit. It is the moment of truth when we discover whether we are really capable of breaking our bonds with society, the […]

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Between Predicates, War: Theses on Contemporary Struggle

Between Predicates, War: Theses on Contemporary Struggle A fragmented collection of theses on our tumultuous situation. From Egypt to the US, Greece to the UK, contemporary struggle announces a revolt against government. These theses draw a line connecting the forces at play, examine their parodic language, affective practices and radically self-annihilating tactics. At the threshold […]

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Let’s Destroy Work, Let’s Destroy the Economy

The old work ethic has disappeared along with the massive obsolete structures of capital which required a permanent army of producers, yet work still has far more implications than mere survival. Millions of people still compete for the privilege of turning up day after day, year after year, to surrender body and soul in exchange […]

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Stirner’s Critics

Brand new translation of Stirner’s responses to his critics, translated with care by Wolfi Landstreicher, with an introduction by Jason McQuinn. Max Stirner’s 1844 masterwork, Der Einzige und sein Eigenthum (The Unique and Its Property), is one of the most subversive, radical and extreme texts in all of history. It can also be described as […]

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Anarchism & Violence

Italian anarchist Severino Di Giovanni, one of the most vocal supporters of Sacco and Vanzetti in Argentina, bombed the American Embassy in Buenos Aires, a few hours after Sacco and Vanzetti were condemned to death. On November 26, 1927, Di Giovanni and others bombed a Combinados tobacco shop. On December 24, 1927, Di Giovanni blew […]

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10.26.09

Towards a Gay Communism – LBC Finally we’re getting some of the titles that we picked up in Seattle onto the site. Particularly noteworthy to me is the pamphlet “Towards a Gay Communism,” partly because the title is so evocative (so many ideologies need to be shaken up and mixed with fruit!), and partly because […]

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Modesto Anarcho #12 the valley’s insurrectionary journal of class struggle

Author: MAC Modesto Anarcho – LBC The latest edition of this local-oriented journal has a color cover, correspondence from prisoners; a report on the Firehouse 51 (billed as “Modesto’s newest proletarian hangout”); a piece reporting on police brutality and surveillance, a report by the Central Valley Immigrant Rights Network, info about the Bad Date Sheet […]

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Under the Starling Host (Blackbird Raum)

Author: Blackbird Raum BBR: Under the Starling Host – LBC Anarchist folk punk band Blackbird Raum’s spanking new cd, with the songs turning away, catherine’s wheel, lucasville, all turning backs in the meadow and wait while bones are thrown, to the barricades!, william, the helm of ned kelly, crumbs, snare, old one eye, conquest of […]

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Communicating Vessels #21

Author: Communicating Vessels CV #21 – LBC This surrealist-inspired anti-state communist journal gets better and better, as the producer gains skill and confidence in his press technique. Someone once described him as an old man, and while chronologically that is not correct, it does accurately describe the appeal to old fashioned values that he describes, […]

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Politics is not a Banana #2

Author: PINAB Politics Is Not a Banana – LBC Politics is Not a Banana:What are You Doing After… the Orgy or Insurrection or Whatever? Author: Various The Journal of Vulgar Discourse Here is the latest from the high design, fuck-friendly insurrectionaries at the Institute for Experimental Freedom. This issue is more like a small book […]

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After Makhno: Hidden histories of Anarchism in the Ukraine

Author: Anatoly Dubovnik & D.I. Rublyov LBC Link The newest offering from the estimable Kate Sharpley Library, this is a 2007 article by Anatoly Dubovik, “The Anarchist Underground in the Ukraine in the 1920s and 1930s: outlines of history”; and “The Story of a Leaflet and the Fate of Anarchist Varshavkiy (from the History of […]

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