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Preoccupied: The Logic of Occupation The Inoperative Committee

Someone stands on a table and yells, “This is now occupied.” And that’s how it begins.

Oakland on Fire: Anarchists, Solidarity, and New Possibilities in the Oakland Rebellion Kara N. TinaCounterpunch

"I'm sorry my car was burned but the issue is very upsetting." -Ken Epstein, assistant editor of the Oakland Post, who was finishing an article about Grant's death, watched from the 12th story of his office at 14th and Franklin streets as his 2002 Honda CR-V disintegrated in a roar of flames (Oakland Tribune)

The Paris Declaration We won't pay for your crises - it is time for change!

More than 150 representatives of trade unions, farmers' movements, global justice groups, environmental groups, development groups, migrants' groups, faith-based groups, women's groups, the have-not movements, student and youth groups, and anti-poverty groups from all over Europe gathered on the 10th and 11th of January 2009 in Paris to analyse collectively the current crises, to develop joint strategies and to discuss joint demands and alternatives in response to these crises.

The Greek Events, A Chronology Stathis Stassinos

I don't know how familiar you are with the situation in Greece. Im writing one armed, cause I broke my elbow in the Sunday protest. Im not a fighter of course, I just stumbled after a chemical attack from the riot police. So excuse me if I leave questions unanswered , I will try to do so, in the following days.


The ne plus ultra of social oppression is being shot at in cold blood.

The Double Crisis of the University and Global Economy 28/11 London

FRIDAY 28 November 2008 at 3pm QUEEN MARY University of London Physics 602

with: Paolo Do – Stephen Dunne – Matthew Fuller – Gerard Hanlon – Stefano Harney – Celia Lury – Noortje Marres – Matteo Pasquinelli – Nirmal Puwar – Gigi Roggero – Stevphen Shukaitis – Tiziana Terranova

eMacambini Anti-Removal Committee Press Statement

Ten Thousand to March on S’bu Ndebele in Protest at eMacambini Evictions

Date: Wednesday 26 November 2008 Time: 10:00 Route: From Isithebe airstrip to the Mandeni Municipal Offices

At least ten thousand people are expected to march on KwaZulu-Natal Premier S’bu Ndebele tomorrow morning. A memorandum will be handed to the Premier warning him to immediately retract his plans to evict 10 000 families from eMacambini and to cease his collaboration with new forms of colonialism.

"Terrorism or Tragicomedy?" Giorgio Agamben, Libération

Zapatistas Call for Worldwide Festival of Dignified Rage Mexico, September of 2008

To the adherents of the Sixth Declaration and the Other Campaign: To the adherents of the Zezta Internazional: To the People of Mexico: To the Peoples of the World:

Compañeras and Compañeros: Brother and Sisters:

Once again we send you our words. This is what we see, what we are looking at. This is what has come to our ears, to our brown heart.

Opening the Doors to autonomy: Worried about the credit crisis, rising rents, food prices and mortgage repayments? Ever wondered about DIY alternatives this mayhem?


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