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A review of a collection of articles on anarchism and syndicalism in the colonial and postcolonial world, 1870-1940

A review of: Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World (1870-1940): The Praxis of National Liberation, Internationalism, and Social LiberationEdited by Steven Hirsch and Lucien van der Walt; with a Foreword by Benedict Anderson Abstract: The volume under review is a very informative and, an immenselythought-provoking […]

Revealed: Plan to Transform America

Rogue Economics Team Why are Bezos and Musk Investing Billions to ‘Transform’ the American Economy? And What Does It Mean for Your Money? Something strange is happening behind the scenes in our financial system. Right now, the mainstream media is completely ignoring what might be the most important […]

Secession is a Means, but Not the Ends

The recent events involving the efforts of Catalonia to separate itself from Spain, and the resulting repression at the hands of the Spanish state, along with the growing prominence of the Kurdish independence movement, have been accompanied by a range of criticisms being levied against both movements. The […]

Subversive: An Interview with Keith Preston

This is an interview I recently gave to a journalist who is writing a book on political undercurrents in the U.S. Can you tell me a little bit about the American Revolutionary Vanguard and what it stands for? American Revolutionary Vanguard was founded in the late 1990s by […]

Brexit as a Means to True Secession

By Chris Shaw I’ve made it clear that I don’t see the EU referendum as particularly important. The major economic questions surrounding the modern world, from banking fragility and capital creation, to huge levels of private and sovereign debt and politico-economic centralisation are not remotely addressed within this […]

Scotland: Secession Vs Pan Secession

A lot of people interested in the concept of pan-secessionism have been excited about the growing wave of secessionist movements in Europe.  However the bad news is I would suggest that those secession movements, while positive developments, do not really represent an adoption of pan secessionist values.  An […]

An Interview with Keith Preston

This is an interview I recently gave to a journalist who is writing a book on political undercurrents in the U.S. Can you tell me a little bit about the American Revolutionary Vanguard and what it stands for? American Revolutionary Vanguard was founded in the late 1990s by […]

Yes, There Really Is A City With No Cops!

There are many such prototypes for anarchistic, voluntarist, or self-determined communities all over the world: Marinaleda, Christiania, Twin Oaks, Mondragon, Orania, Emilia-Romagna, and many others. Anarchists do not need to invent other-worldly utopias. We just need to expand the models that we already have. Two, three many Marinaleda’s!!!!! […]

Time to Entertain Secession?

Triad Conservative Last month, a highly publicized vote took place in Scotland to decide whether to secede from the United Kingdom.  This vote resulted in some sentiments being exposed in the United States that are also sympathetic to the concept of secession. Newsmax first reported that there is […]

In Defense of Petty Nationalism

By Greg Johnson Counter-Currents.Com As I write, the Scottish independence referendum remains undecided, but the “No” camp is in the lead. Regardless of the outcome, though, Scotland will have more independence, either leaving the UK altogether or enjoying greater autonomy within it.  I was, frankly, surprised that many White Nationalists […]

Free Lingít Aaní!

From Lingit Latseen Today is Free Nations Day. Free Nations Day is an opportunity to reclaim the idea that nations are voluntary groupings of free individuals, not externally imposed political borders or states. Both geographic localities and identities that transcend space are legitimate entities with the right to […]

Borders? What Borders?

By Neil Lock Libertarian Alliance Sean Gabb has called for (in his words) a decent libertarian essay in favour of open borders. I hope this will fit the bill. My view is certainly libertarian; for I favour not so much open borders, as no borders – at least, […]

Joe Kopsick Interviewed by Wayne John Sturgeon

Interview questions asked by Wayne Sturgeon, February 3rd, 2015 Responses by Joe Kopsick, April 4th to 9th, and mid-September to September 21st, 2015     The Road to Panarchy: An Interview with Joe Kopsick Sovereignty Without Territory Government Without Monopoly Emigration Without Movement       WS: Please […]

Is the Nation State Obsolete?

By Chuck Spinney The Blaster Introduction to the Changing Face of War Uri Avnery’s thoughtful essay Scotland on the Euphrates questions the future viability of the nation-state as a form of social organization.  His concerns are not new, although as Avnery noted, recent events certainly make them more believable — […]