Abolitionism against pandemic policing in the Philippines — Simoun Magsalin [en] Ene 12, 2021 11 pp.
A Brief History of Anarchism in Indonesia — Gloria Truly Estrelita, Jim Donaghey, Sarah Andrieu, Gabriel Facal [en] Dis 25, 2022 13 pp.
Reaching out to people, particularly people or groups whom you want to help to self-organize (or at least, goad them to doing it), requires that sort of communication. Becoming effective in it tends to require well, communication skills. It’s not a requirement to be a “good anarchist” (because a, there’s none in the first place, and b, why), but it would certainly get you far. It gets people going. It inspires people.
Ene 11, 2021 Read the whole text... 23 pp.
Against Carceral Communism, For Abolition Communism!
While the anarchists and abolitionists exclaim “ACAB! All Cops Are Bad,” the pitiful spectacle of the carceral communists would instead amend “ACAB” with drivel saying, “it’s ACCAB, All Capitalist Cops Are Bad.” They continue, “socialist cops are not bad because they are proletarian in character and protect the proletarian State.” Such convolution is mistaken in its belief that police can somehow have a proletarian character when historically the institutions of policing and incarceration were established to cement the rule of capital over proletarians. Not to mention that the notion that “socialist” cops protect the common good against criminal or “counterrevolutionary” elements is identical in content to bourgeois police apologia.
Ene 25, 2023 Read the whole text... 16 pp.
Against emergency: The interlinked struggles in Hong Kong and the Philippines — JN and Simoun Magsalin [en] Dis 31, 2020 10 pp.
The Age of Globalization
Anarchists and the Anti-Colonial Imagination [en]
Ago 20, 2021 Read the whole text... 345 pp.