Revolutionary struggle against state oppression knows no borders drawn by governments. We stand in solidarity with all our comrades throughout the world.
Everytime I release an essay, a campaign, or a call to action, it is in the spirit of Rojava!
When we discuss the term social death, especially in the context of the Prison Abolition Movement, we are talking about the severance and cutting off of a human being from all ties to (free) society as we know it.
Regarding our response to these processes, in my opinion, first, we must realize that we need an organized subversive movement. A movement that is capable of destabilizing and undermining the state and the plans of the capitalist bosses and their political puppets in our regions.
My experience of her was always that she was very fearless... she just didn’t get scared... So I can imagine that she never wavered in this dedication.
It is time for us to value our spontaneity and our collective power, to find a free, confederated and horizontal organisation within our disorganisation, to fight for our dignity from below and not from above.
It was possible for them to create the ground for August 15th, 1984 when they started the guerrilla struggle. This was made possible by revolutionary movements in the Middle East.
Guilty or innocent? No thanks. I leave this dirty little game to you. I am an anarchist, so your enemy forever!
Today, 9 years after our comrade's death, his fight demands vindication. His struggle is our struggle for the overthrow of modern tyranny, for the Social Revolution.
Everyone was putting everything into this defence of Afrin. If people weren’t fighting, they were out on the streets demonstrating – or preparing food and logistics, helping in the hospital. It was a really popular uprising.