Category: France

TFN #7: In ZAD We Trust

This post was originally published on this siteIn this week’s TFN, France’s off-brand Napoleon, Emmanuel Macron, meets his Battle of Waterloo in La ZAD, or Zone to Defend, in Notre Dames Des Landes. Meanwhile, in Hamilton so-called “Ontario”, the pigs launch a SWAT raid against a local anarchist collective house in an attempt to save… Read more »

TFN #5: Le Smashy Smash

This post was originally published on this siteThings in France are popping off again. As President Macron pushes to privatize the national rail company, workers, students, and radicals are going on strike, taking to the streets, fighting the pigs, and smashing symbols of capitalism everywhere. But, like in North America and elsewhere, fascists reacted to… Read more »

I fight therefore I am

This post was originally published on this site“I fight therefore I am” documents many of the experiences of struggles and solidarity that have been taking place in Greece and Spain since 2008: struggles against evictions, occupations of job centers, resistance against police repression and riots, but also self-organised media, forums of migrants, cooperatives and solidarity… Read more »

Paris: Election Night Protests

This post was originally published on this siteWhilst the rest of France was trapped within the dilemma between capitalist Macron or fascist Le Pen, in the evening of presidential election night, anarchists, antifascists and anticapitalists gathered once again to protest with the slogan “No nation, no bosses, No Le Pen, no Macron”