Extinction Rebellion is currently the most radical and effective environmental movement in the UK right now. That situation has only come about because of a massive hole where an anti-state anti-capitalist direct action movement should be.Read More Extinction Rebellion: Anarchists and radicals shouldn’t be surprised. We should be organised.
Given the small size and timidity of our movements when compared to those in other European cities, recent arrests indicate a very focused effort by Police Scotland to destroy any instance of autonomous, collective organising that directly challenges the State and the dominant order. The question is, what do we do?Read More ‘An Injury to One’… Some Reflections on State Repression and Movement Responses
David McHarg, a member of Class War Scotland, was found guilty of two charges on Monday the 4th of June for displaying a poster in his window which wrote “Fuck off you Tory cunts”.Read More David McHarg Found Guilty for Displaying an Anti-Tory Poster on his Window
This documentary explores acts of opposition to the British nuclear weapons system through peaceful direct action by focusing on two different peace camps in Scotland. It aims to both show their effectivenes as well as to raise some questions regarding the ideology of the peace movement.Read More A Documentary About Direct Action for Disarmament & Peace in Scotland
Today on Wednesday 14th of March, students and staff mobilised for the 12th day of action in support of the UK-wide University and College Union (UCU) pensions dispute with Universities UK. 61 Universities are participating in the strike and student movements around the country are on the rise, directly challenging the marketisation of higher education.Read More ‘Our Pensions, Your Education’: University Staff and Students in Glasgow Mobilise for the UCU Strike
Greek anti-fascist rapper Penthimos Clown (of Vavel A.D. and part of In.Flammen) discusses hip hop, political engagement and his 2016 album ‘Century for a Moment’.Read More Hip-Hop, Anti-fascism and Political Engagement
Migrant workers are one of the few sectors of society largely ‘uncontaminated’ and ‘un-incorporated’; outside the scope of hegemony, since hegemony is largely based on our Otherness, we are currently being denied even the possibility of a limited ‘acceptance’. This position therefore affords migrants the potential of acting as an important revolutionary subject.Read More The Crack in the Edifice: Modern Capitalism, Migrant Workers and Social Movements