Welcome to the very first “A is for Anarchy” a monthly video series that breaks down anarchist concepts, theories and thoughts. On this episode we look at the concept of “Autonomy”
The music track is “Ink in Diaspora” by Sandhill and Stefan Christoff
Some of the footage we used was stolen from, rojavaplan.com, meerkatmedia.org and globaluprisings.org Continue reading WHAT IS AUTONOMY?… submedia TV
We know that The Stimulator is no economist, but we think his solution to the financial crisis is pretty cutting edge
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with thanks from submedia. This we bring you a recap of the COP21 climate clusterfuck in Paris, with Jim Hansen’s reaction to the historic non-agreement and 350.org’s condemnation of comrades who defied the protest ban.
Over in Greece we look at the yearly riots that commemorate the police murder of Alex Grigoropoulos. On the music break, deceased Greek anarcho MC – Killah P with “I Won’t Cry, I Won’t Fear”
Our featured interview is with three brave comrades who managed to stop the flow of dirty tar sands oil to the entire eastern seaboard of Turtle Island, with three bike locks and some egg sandwiches. Continue reading Submedia TV: Climate Greenwash /Greek resistance /Pipeline sabotage
Call for bids on the ZAD 27 Dec. by zadist
’To build a future without an aeroport’
Resumption of public works 30th and 31st January 2016
Hereinbelow the list of proposed lots, updated 25th December
The « steering committee for a future without an aeroport » launch a call for bids to start the public works (which never ceased from our side) on the ZAD the 30th and 31st January 2016, just after the confectioners’ truce.
This call for bids is addressed to everyone who participated in the Continue reading Organizing Autonomy: Support Days for the ZADs
Climate change activists have staged operations at three coal ports and in the centre of Melbourne, chaining themselves to equipment and calling on industry to “connect the dots” in the fight against global warming. Continue reading Australian Activists Target Three Coal Ports