Category Archives: Analysis

Pure Black: An Emerging Consensus Among Some Comrades?

The term “black” anarchist has been thrown around recently in a number of international milieux and journals. Indeed during the last few years of my travels throughout North and South America and Europe I have noted repeated attempts to define, … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Black Anarchism, Black International of Anarchists of Praxis, Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (CCF), Illegalist Anarchism, Individualist Anarchism, Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), International Revolutionary Front (IRF), Nihilist Anarchism, Revolutionary Struggle, Theory

Venezuela in Insurrection…and the Anarchists?

Venezuela is experiencing a pre-insurrectional moment. Those who have not realized this have not been on the street and feel well served by information from the censorship-controlled media. After the process of degradation that has turned it into a dictatorship, … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Anarchist Movement, Insurrection, Post-Chavez, Repression, Venezuela

Venezuela: Anarchists speak out against the Charter of the OAS

The OAS, the Organization of American States, is an international organization made up of states in so-called North and South America. The OAS, based in Washington, has recently passed resolutions to suspend Venezuela’s membership from the organization, citing “Venezuela of … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Anarchist Movement, Gargantes Libertarias, Venezuela

Paraguay: About the riots in Asunción

On Friday March 31 despite the feelings we encountered and the internal confrontations we had faced with the question we asked ourselves and our compas – what do we as anarchists care about the constitution or the political crisis? …the … Continue reading

Posted in Affinity Group of Anarchist Insurrectionists (GAAI), Analysis, Asunción, Direct Action, Insurrection, Paraguay

Asunción, Paraguay: The joy of burning Congress – a symbol of state oppression

The powerful in Paraguay are masters of everything, including social and political conflicts. They have many tentacles. They let people take part in these conflicts but only as spectators or pawns. Forced to participate in this way, the people sometimes … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Asunción, Coordination of Anarchist Groups and Individuals of Asunción - COGIA, Direct Action, Insurrection, Paraguay

Chile: Pacification and Revolt concerning ‘International Women’s Day’- An anarchic reflection (Eng/Esp)

Received and translated on 21.03.17: When we realize the authoritarian and patriarchal nature of present-day society, we understand genders as impositions through which individuals are forced to play certain roles within the network of domination. Certainly, this society continues to … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Chile, International Women's Day, Women's Struggle

In March and all year round: memory, solidarity and anarchic agitation against power (Chile)

Received and translated on 13.03.17: March is a month that is particularly full of milestones that invite us with special strength to take to the streets and spread the anarchic agitation, with memory and solidarity as insurrectionist tools of action. … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Chile, Combative Memory, Day of the Young Combatant, Direct Action, Enrique Guzmán, International Women's Day, Javier Recabarren, Jonny Cariqueo, Juan Flores, Lambros Foundas, Nataly Casanova, Pampa Irigoin Massacre, Rafael and Eduardo Vergara Toledo, Revolutionary Struggle, Sin Banderas Ni Fronteras