The idea is that we develop a culture of constructive criticism where we learn how to give and also to take criticism without making it personal, without getting into a polemic, without debating it or feeling like we’re under attack or that there’s a competition.
It was amazing to see how we all managed to put aside ideological differences to work as one cohesive unit. We lived together, fought together, and we shared our grief together.
What we do know is that we fight for our freedom and that we now have to fight to defend it, so that the story of our grandmothers' pain will not be suffered by our daughters and granddaughters.
Knockin’ Doors Down calls us to destroy all boundaries and walls which separate us and keep us from striving for the greater good of all humanity.
We believe in unity and solidarity, and with our oppressed communities working with us to accomplish our goals, we can have a better world. We rightfully deserve this, as well as a world without prisons.
Anarchists have fought in every major battle in the revolution in Rojava, and the war in Kobanê will be remembered as a turning point in the Middle East.
Today I tell all of you: Burn MAGA hats! Don Yellow Vests! And fight these fascists wherever we may encounter them! And to our comrades in Paris I have something to say! Sous les pavés, la plage!
The history of US involvement in Latin America is a blood soaked nightmare. From William Walker's usurpation of power to Woodrow Wilson's reconstitution of the slave system in Haiti, the United States' propensity for colonial barbarism is second to none.
One year ago today the fascist Turkish state launched its brazen invasion of Afrin canton in Rojava. The resistance in Afrin saw the birth of several new revolutionary formations.
In the final analysis, the basic purpose of “security coordination” has become, apart from its active role in suppressing all forms of resistance and armed struggle in particular, the spreading of a culture of coordination.