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The Hotwire #45: The empire’s centrism strikes back—Anti-fascism 80 years after Kristallnacht

This post was originally published on this siteOn the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht, liberals and centrists are once more playing right into fascists’ hands. Our feature this episode is a reading of the recent CrimethInc. op-ed “Take Your Pick: Law or Freedom; How ‘Nobody Is above the Law’ Abets the Rise of Tyranny,” about the… Read more »

The Hotwire #44: Troops at the border—Anarchism vs voting—Remembering comrades who died recently

This post was originally published on this siteWe kick off the episode with a discussion about anarchism and voting. After a roundup of resistance to capitalism and the state, our feature this episode is about Trump’s deployment of thousands of troops to “defend the border” and how it is in most people’s interest to push… Read more »

The Hotwire #42: Migrant Caravan—Antifascist Assembly in Carbondale—NOLA Proud Boy Alert Hotline

This post was originally published on this siteWe have a flurry of headlines from around the globe, with the migrant caravan from Honduras breaking through the Mexico-Guatemala border, indigenous comrades and their allies building prayer lodges in the path of the line 3 pipeline, London antifascists successfully blocking an anti-Muslim march, anarchists rioting in Barcelona… Read more »

The Hotwire #41: Proud Boys assaults—Hurricane Michael autonomous relief—squats and rent strikes

This post was originally published on this siteOur features for this Hotwire are interviews about the Proud Boys attacks in New York City and Portland, Oregon, and we have an interview about autonomous relief after Hurricane Michael, which is also seeing organizing from neo-confederate fascists. We have a whirlwind of headlines from around the world,… Read more »

The Hotwire #39: Brett Kavanaugh—Killer cops in PDX—words from arrested Hambach forest defenders

This post was originally published on this siteAlanis is back! And she reads our feature this episode, an audio version of the recent CrimethInc. text Kavanaugh Shouldn’t Be on the Supreme Court. Neither Should Anyone Else. We also interview an anarchist in Portland, Oregon about the #PatrickKimmons actions at the intersection where police killed him…. Read more »

The Hotwire #38: An anarchist in #OperationAirDrop—Portland anti-cop occupations—IRPGF dissolves

This post was originally published on this siteOur feature this episode is an interview with an anarchist involved in one of the more spectacular autonomous relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Florence—Operation Airdrop. We follow it up with some discussion about the role of anarchist politics in doing autonomous, mutual aid relief work. We… Read more »

The Hotwire #37: Evictions in Hambach—Aid & Disaster Relief after Florence—Strikes!

This post was originally published on this siteThe world is a dangerous place in 2018-Botham Jean is murdered in his own home by a Dallas cop and police are actively raiding the rebel encampment in the Hambach Forest. There’s inspiring strike resistance in Central and South America where striking dockworkers in Chile caused thousands of… Read more »

Episode 28: George Jackson, Prison Strike, New Music

This post was originally published on this siteOn Episode 28 of Radical Underground, we talk about revolutionary prison organizer George Jackson and the recent Prison Strike in the United States. We also play new rap, hardcore, anarcho-punk and grindcore tracks. Playlist: Lee Reed- “The Cost of Tacos” (https://htsn.bandcamp.com/album/the-steal-city-ep) Archie Shepp- “Blues for Brother George Jackson”… Read more »

Burnside Jail Protest and Prisoner Justice Day

This post was originally published on this siteConversations about prison organizing in Canada – interview with a Halifax organizer about the Burnside Jail protest and conversation about Prisoner Justice Day organizing in Nova Scotia and Ontario Burnside prisoners’ statement: https://www.halifaxexaminer.ca/province-house/the-prisoners-at-the-burnside-jail-are-engaged-in-a-non-violent-protest-here-is-their-statement/ Info on the US prison strike: https://itsgoingdown.org/prisonstrike/ https://incarceratedworkers.org/campaigns/prison-strike-2018 Conversation about PJD organizing included thanks to… Read more »