From Destroy Everything. What is fascism? For maybe the first time since World War II, the word “fascism” has entered the popular lexicon. For years, relegated to poorly thought out anarchist screeds, or used by punks to describe any sort of … Continue reading Is It Fascism Yet?
From Fuck Fascism. It seems like every time we turn on the TV, look on social media, or read a newspaper, we hear about the growth of a “movement” that doesn’t even really exist outside of the internet – the Alt-Right. The … Continue reading The Rich Kids of Fascism: Why the Alt-Right Didn’t Start with Trump, and Won’t End With Him Either
From Elephant Editions Why Elephant Editions? When words mingle with the passion to deepen our understanding of reality they become indispensable weapons for the self-organisation of the struggle against all that oppresses us. They don’t remain on paper – or the … Continue reading Elephant Editions
As Noam Chomsky finds a temporal residence here in Tucson for the relative duration of the spring. It is good to keep in mind that age old fleeting practice of critical thought. We feel this interesting piece below questions this … Continue reading Chomsky at MIT: Between the war scientists and the anti-war students
This was taken from Indigenous Action. 1. The Obama Administration Is Passing The Buck, To Trump. On Sunday, December 4, 2016 the Army Corp of Engineers denied the easement for pipeline development under Lake Oahe and made recommendations for an Environmental Impact … Continue reading 9 REASONS WHY #NODAPL STRUGGLE ISN’T OVER
Taken from Three – Way Fight. One of the major problems with the campaign to replace the term “alt-right” with “white supremacist” is that it tends to obscure other important dimensions of alt-right politics. The alt-right’s misogyny merits special attention, for … Continue reading READING SERIES 1 FASCISM: ALT-RIGHT; MORE MISOGYNISTIC THAN MANY NEONAZIS
Re-posted from here. By Ward Churchill Thanksgiving is the day the United States celebrates the fact that the Pilgrims of Plymouth Colony successfully avoided starvation during the winter of 1620-21. But from an American Indian perspective, what is it we’re supposed … Continue reading A DAY TO GIVE THANKS?