fighting is fighting, whether it's a physical fist fight or fighting against the power that is, the capitalist state, and the destruction of the wild places left in the world it creates, sustains and promotes.
[The Law] is there to criminalize dissent likely to undermine the Government's ability to function. Operating outside of the Law is the way to combat the injustices perpetrated by the Rule of Law, to undermine the Government's ability to function (in the interests of the Few), and to seize control of our own lives.
They don't believe in their true powers, or the power of this world; they cannot see a world in a grain of sand, nor heaven in a wild flower. Such things are becoming more and more alien to us.
From Rhyd Wildermuth: To accept Empire is to deny the dead, the tortured witches of our past and the tortured rebels dying in Empire's prisons. To not fight Empire is to defy our own bodies, defile the land and destroy the bodies of others. To accept Empire is to become Empire.
Sophia Burns argues against the Medicare for All campaign
The police are an increasingly militarized arm of an increasingly fascist state, hired thugs for capitalist oligarchs, the modern-day version of slave catchers, a terrorist organization. When I came to see this, then abolishing the police didn't seem so crazy anymore.
"Cars are bourgeois and trucks are proletarian." An analysis of the truck-driver's strike and diesel crisis in Brazil. (From Mirna Wabi-Sabi)
Rhyd Wildermuth reviews Matthew Lyons new book, Insurgent Supremacists