Good Morning, Brazil! And to all of you watching us from afar in this special day. Yes, today (October 28th, 2018) is election day down here… and the front runner is the kind of person that would make you think: “Ah, good thing it’s 2018 and we don’t need to deal with this kind of shit anymore”. Then you realize the shit is here, now, your heart drops to the floor, and you start stressing about your own safety and that of your loved ones.
No really-existing fascism has arisen within humanity that was not industrialist. This then begs an obvious question–why do those of us who oppose industrialization find ourselves being accused of being fascist? From Ramon Elani & Rhyd Wildermuth
The political relevance of Privacy Rights is not exclusive to one country or one continent. These rights are essential for combating violent forms of control practiced by States everywhere, which aim only to benefit a hegemony rather then the people as a whole. Europe and the Americas are connected in ways that transcend the virtual world, but these connections have undeniably been exacerbated in this ever-changing technological landscape.
Oppressing White People: No. But the Right sure likes oppressing non-white people.
A new podcast by the co-founders of Gods&Radicals
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Brazilian Anarchists and Maoists are both being criminalized for dissent that could undermine the government's ability to function.
"The game is getting serious now and the days of blind optimism are over."
[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.