THE IMPERIALIST STATE OF THE MULTINATIONALS IS NEITHER FASCIST NOR SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC (Red Brigades, 1978)

In the transition from armed peace to war, the revolution/counter-­revolution confrontation grows increasingly direct and generalized, but there is not, as some claim, a transformation of the democratic state into a fascist state. Instead we find ourselves confronted by a state which through restructuring has experienced a modification in the …

Philippines ships 69 containers of dumped rubbish back to Canada (repost)

A cargo ship carrying tonnes of rubbish dumped in the Philippines by Canada more than five years ago, causing a festering diplomatic row, has left the Southeast Asian country, as nations in the region increasingly reject serving as dumpsites for wealthier states. Read the rest of this post on the …

Spring Sale at Leftwingbooks.NET :)

Spring is finely here, and so is our next big book sale; titles from AK Press, PM Press, Common Notions, Haymarket, and of course Kersplebedeb Publishing — time to get your summer reading books, now! We have knocked up to 50% off on dozens of titles at at Kersplebedeb Leftwingbooks.net — anarchist, …

Reflections on Illness / Réflections sur la maladie

A new zine, as big as a book, that we are very pleased to now carry at Kersplebedeb leftwingbooks.net — “Reflections on Illness / Réflections sur la maladie.” Critical, poignant and at times witty, “Reflections on Illness” is a collection of pieces by activists facing life-threatening illness based in Canada (occupied/unceded …

David Gilbert Interviewed by TREYF

For those of you who don’t know, Treyf is one of the best podcasts out there — “A debatably Jewish podcast. Recorded at CKUT in Montreal (on occupied Kanien’kehá:ka territory), in the shadow of the cross of secularism, Sam Bick and David Zinman reflect on the political discussions that are …

What happened to Prisoner Justice Day?

What happened to Prisoner Justice Day? is a podcast mini series about the history of prisons in canada focusing on differences in the prison system in the 1960s-1980s versus today. The podcast features interviews with former and current prisoners, as well as supporters on the outside; the miniseries is all …

Kuwasi Balagoon Video Interview

Many years ago, when working on what was originally envisaged as a pamphlet, a short collection of writings by Kuwasi Balagoon, i was told of a television interview with Balagoon, conducted while he was incarcerated following the failed Brinks expropriation of 1981. These were in the days before youtube or …