Fascism is the exploitation of social class and totalitatian rulership to create an illusion of order and security.
Selections to Expose and Oppose Legislation, Law Enforcement, and Vigilantes
anarchism, colonialism, democracy, fascism, race
Sources: http://deletetheborder.org/chaparral, http://deletetheborder.org, http://nooneisillegal.org, http://organiccollective.org/writing.html, http://www.immigrantsolidarity.org
You don't have to do anything illegal to get framed by the government. You just have to end up in a situation in which it’s possible to make it appear that you could have considered doing something illegal
A History and Analysis of Anti-Racist Action
Essentialism is the idea that there exists some detectible and objective core quality of particular groups of people that is inherent, eternal, and unalterable; groupings can be categorized according to these qualities of essence, which are based on such problematic criteria as gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, and class. Racism, sexism, classism, and most other forms of historical oppression are ideologies and policies maintained and justiÀed by essentialism.
The Edelweiss Pirates 1938-1945
Examining the role of the state in four constructions of present and future societies: classical liberal, libertarian socialist, state socialist, and state capitalist.
FBI Harassment and Your Rights: A compilation of essays to help activists deal with government repression.
Essays on Politics, Violence, Art, and Imagination
A manual written for and by people living in control units
fascism, militarism, police, prison
Editors: Bonnie Kerness, Holbrook Teter
Publisher: Quiver Press
Sources: http://anti-politics.net/distro, http://afsc.org/resources/pdf/CJSurvivorsManual.pdf
Nationalism was so perfectly suited to its double task, the domestication of workers and the despoliation of aliens, that it appealed to everyone - everyone, that is, who wielded or aspired to wield a portion of capital.
The proletariat’s assault on the citadels of capital only has a chance of success on condition that the proletarian revolutionary movement finishes with democracy once and for all. Democracy is the last refuge of all disavowals and betrayals, because it is the first hope of those who believe in purifying and re-invigorating the current movement which is rotten to its core.
A Compilation of Writings on Social Conflict, White Supremacy, and the Mythology of Free Speech at UNC
race research and race theory. concerning the unity of the genus man. the alleged origi- nal races of europe. concernlng the concept 'race.' the discovery of the bloodgroups and the race. physical characters and mental qualities. gobineau's theory of the inequality of the races of men. the aryans history as race conflict. race theory and seignorial right chamberlain's race theories. chamberlain and gobineau the german as the creator of all cul- tures. christ as a german protestantism as a race religion. 'germandom' and 'jewdom' as opposite poles. the political endeavours of chamberlain. ludwig woltmann's theory. race theory and heredity. the influence of the nat- ural environment. modern race theories. the 'race soul.' race characteristics of the ger- man bearers of culture. the power of acquired characters. hunger and love. race in the world war. the nordic theory. denunciation of other races. the consequences of a delusive conception. contradictions in modern race literature. men and ideas in the light of race theory. race and power.
An essay that fueled the removal of Stalinist rule in Czechoslovakia and had a profound impact on the rest of Eastern Europe as well
In this year we commemorated the uprising of the Spanish people against the Fascist powers, who, in collaboration with the Catholic Church and the military, were preparing the overthrow of the Spanish republic in 1936. This pamphlet deals with the resistance by the independent labour movement led by the CNT-FAI and with the attacks directed against them by, among others, Stalinists, which eventually led to Franco’s army seizing power.
The relation between the working class and non-class oppressions
The question is not: who has the guns? but rather: what do the people with the guns do? 10,000 or 100,000 proletarians armed to the teeth are nothing if they place their trust in anything beside their own power to change the world. Otherwise, the next day, the next month or the next year, the power whose authority they recognize will take away the guns which they failed to use against it.