N30: The Seattle WTO Protests – AudioZine

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N30: The Seattle WTO Protests – a memoir and analysis, with an eye to the future – From CrimethInc. – MP3ReadPrintArchiveTorrentYouTube

With the sub-title “The Seattle WTO Protests: A memoir and analysis, with an eye to the future,” N30 is an excellent overview by Crimethinc of the 1999 protests against the World Trade Organization (WTO). For better or worst, the Seattle WTO was one of the pivotal moments in recent anarchist history in the U.S. The zine combines an exciting personal account of the protests with a somewhat more academic—but nevertheless interesting—analysis of the protest from the RAND Corporation. It ends with a afterward written 7 years later by crimethInc. Very long and very detailed!

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Invisible People – AudioZine

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Invisible People – by Margaret Killjoy – MP3Purchase BookTorrent ArchiveYouTube
A squatter comes face to face with crippling anxiety in order to eke out a meager living by hacking rich people. This story was first published in the disability-themed sci-fi anthology Accessing the Future edited by Djibril Al-Ayad and Kathryn Allan. This story was Killjoy’s first professional short fiction sale. More by Margret Killjoy here.

“The last light of the sun came down through the broken windows, all pretty and shit, catching on that big jagged shard of glass and then pouring out into the room over my bed. Over Marcellus. He snored in that way he always did, endearing and soft.

I hurried to dress in the last of the daylight, but once I was done, I lingered. I paced, I ran my fingers through my beard, I watched the twilit horizon and counted the silhouette bones of the buildings Portland calls its skyline.

Anything but go to work.”

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Worker-Student Action Committees – AudioZine

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Worker-Student Action Committees: France May ’68 – by Fredy Perlman and Roger Gregoire – MP3PDF (print)PDF (Illustrated)EPUBMOBIArchiveTorrent YouTube

On the occasion of May Day 2018 and the 50th anniversary of the worldwide social upheavals of 1968, including the iconic general strike in May-June in Paris, we are presenting this audio zine of Worker-Student Action Committees by Fredy Perlman (co-writing certain passages with Roger Gregoire), a contemporary first-hand account and analysis of some of the events by those who were budding, wide-eyed militants at the time.

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The Unquiet Dead Ch4 – AudioZine

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The Unquiet Dead: Anarchism, Fascism, and Mythology. Chapter 4. The White Goddess: Essentialism and the Land – by anonymous  – MP3ReadPrint ArchiveTorrentYouTube
Chapter three of this multipart series discusses appropriation and essentialism in white feminist spirituality and/or white environmentalist circles. The full text is available at unquietdead.tumblr.com; we will be posting recordings of other chapters in the future.

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We Who Will Destroy the Future – AudioZine

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We Who Will Destroy the Future – by Margaret Killjoy – MP3 –  ReadZineTorrentArchiveYouTube

The 29th century treats the 21st like a prison colony. One convict, Maya, dreams of a jailbreak… or, failing that, revenge. This new short story, first appearing here on Resonance, may be purchased in zine form from Detritus Books.

To read more by Margaret Killjoy go to birdsbeforethestorm.net/

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The Undying Appeal of White Nationalism – AudioZine

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The Undying Appeal of White Nationalism – By Candles and Torches – MP3Article –  ReadPrintArchiveTorrentYouTube

Originally published in December 2014, this piece investigates the cross- influence between fascism and radical environmentalism. Beginning in Germany in the early 20th century, we see how green utopian tendencies were incorporated into the Nazi party and how reactionary versions of environmentalism continue to influence today’s radical counter-cultures and political movements as well as how a radical populism is being used by silicone valley ideologues to develop a framework for a technocratic dystopia.

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