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UK: W.A.R. Camp Diaries 1: A protester’s view from inside StopHS2

Features, Sep 28th Earlier this month Freedom correspondentLousy Badger packed his bags and headed toWendover Active Resistance camp to help in the fight to protect ancient woodlands from destruction linked to the HS2 railway project.Below he describes the impressions he’s had from two … Continue reading

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The Rebellions of Misery By Gustavo Rodriguez

«All control systems are based on the punishment/award binomial. When punishments are disproportionate to rewards and when employers no longer have any rewards left, uprisings occur.» Burroughs(1) In the second decade of this century, urban revolts are becoming more frequent … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Wildness and Domestication By Renzo Connors

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“If I decide to break the chains of domestication, I can only do so because I feel the chains and suffer the effects of domestication on my own skin.” – Alfredo Bonanno I While out walking or cycling at night, … Continue reading

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On the Transition: Postscript to Future Primitive by John Zerzan

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“Yeah, the critique is impressive and everything, but just how might we actually get from this ghastly world to some healed, whole existence?” I think we should not doubt that such a journey is possible, nor that the explosion necessary … Continue reading

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‘Illness and Capital’ by Alfredo M. Bonanno

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Illness, i.e.a faulty functioning of the organism, is not peculiar to man. Animals also get ill, and even things can in their own way present defects in functioning. The idea of illness as abnormality is the classic one that was … Continue reading

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Practical Rewilding: Facing the False Self – On The Practice of Emotional and Spiritual Rewilding by Rubus and Terra

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A Wildroots Column about Feral Living The subject of a practical rewilding experience is deep and broad, like the diversity of earth-based lifeways, and the ecologies of different parts of the earth. Most of us are still children re-learning how … Continue reading

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Achim, Germany: Incendiary Sabotage of an Amazon Construction Site

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DE – [Achim bei Bremen: Amazon-Baustelle sabotiert] (Tor) Amazon construction site sabotaged! At the end of last year, Amazon concluded the purchase contract for a commercial site on the A27 motorway in Achim. Anyone who goes there now will see … Continue reading

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‘Hands to the Gunpowder!’ by Gustavo Rodriguez

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Direct solidarity with imprisoned anarchists –Gabriel Pombo Da Silva, Dinos Giagtzoglou, Alfredo Cospito, Anna Beniamino, Nicola Gai, Marco Bisesti, Christos Rodopoulos, Lisa Dorfer, Michael Kimble, Eric King, Monica Caballero, Francisco Solar and, all the anarchist comrades in prison around the … Continue reading

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A Dialectical Relationship Between Civilized and Primitive in the Context of “Collapse” By Artxmis

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This is based on some thoughts I’ve had and tried to put into a sorta organized format.. A Dialectical Relationship Between Civilized and Primitive in the Context of “Collapse” What entails the Future Primitive? Is it a collective effort of … Continue reading

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The Anarcho-Primitivist FAQ By Stiller

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This is an introduction and exploration of the Anarcho-Primitivist worldview encompassing topics ranging from the beginnings of civilization, technology, its impacts and how a primitivist future might look. We felt as if technology and civilization are taken as an assumed … Continue reading

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