Strike with all you have
There's no tomorrow
Your fists, your bodies, your minds
There's no tomorrow

29th March 2014

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dailyanarchist:

Double fuck you, signhttp://dailyanarchist.tumblr.com/

dailyanarchist:

Double fuck you, sign
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29th March 2014

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dailyanarchist:

This guy gets it.http://dailyanarchist.tumblr.com/

dailyanarchist:

This guy gets it.
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29th March 2014

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You’re not the boss of me.http://dailyanarchist.tumblr.com/

dailyanarchist:

You’re not the boss of me.
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29th March 2014

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Anarchy knows no limits.http://dailyanarchist.tumblr.com/

dailyanarchist:

Anarchy knows no limits.
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29th March 2014

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Fuk da police!http://dailyanarchist.tumblr.com/

dailyanarchist:

Fuk da police!
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16th December 2013

Photoset reblogged from Ⓐ Rage Movement with 39,650 notes

ragemovement:


Who Cares?

Sean T. Collins, script / M. Crow, art

What post-Leftists ACTUALLY believe!

Source: thetrueblack

12th September 2013

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This is yr song 24 breaths long and all beauty contained in everything I find in you, I find in you. 

I don’t love you anymore but I’m still in love with what I adored in you. 

http://blowjobactressesaugmenttattions.bandcamp.com/track/all-the-motels-in-san-diego

Tagged: anarchobrokenfolk

15th July 2013

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An excellent read about how clock turned time from a process of nature into a commodity. Woodcock traces the historical process by which the clock influenced the social development of modern European civilisation, and how capitalism grew to such an extent that it was able to take advantage of the industrial revolution in technique in order to establish its domination over society.”But gradually the idea of regularity spread downwards among the workers. Nineteenth century religion and morality played their part by proclaiming the sin of ‘wasting time’. The introduction of mass-produced watches and clocks in the 1850’s spread time-consciousness among those who had previously merely reacted to the stimulus of the knocker-up or the factory whistle. In the church and in the school, in the office and the workshop, punctuality was held up as the greatest of the virtues.”George Woodcock, The Tyranny of the Clock: http://bit.ly/15yRvN8
George Woodcock was a Canadian writer of political biography and history, an anarchist thinker, an essayist and literary critic. He is perhaps best remembered for writing ”Anarchism: A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movements” (1962), the first post-War history of anarchism.

An excellent read about how clock turned time from a process of nature into a commodity. Woodcock traces the historical process by which the clock influenced the social development of modern European civilisation, and how capitalism grew to such an extent that it was able to take advantage of the industrial revolution in technique in order to establish its domination over society.

”But gradually the idea of regularity spread downwards among the workers. Nineteenth century religion and morality played their part by proclaiming the sin of ‘wasting time’. The introduction of mass-produced watches and clocks in the 1850’s spread time-consciousness among those who had previously merely reacted to the stimulus of the knocker-up or the factory whistle. In the church and in the school, in the office and the workshop, punctuality was held up as the greatest of the virtues.”
George Woodcock, The Tyranny of the Clock: http://bit.ly/15yRvN8

George Woodcock was a Canadian writer of political biography and history, an anarchist thinker, an essayist and literary critic. He is perhaps best remembered for writing ”Anarchism: A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movements” (1962), the first post-War history of anarchism.

14th July 2013

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Art by Isaac Richardson III. 
25 Works Of Art Paying Tribute To Trayvon Martin

Artists from around the U.S. and around the world have immortalized the tragic story of a young man’s death.Source: http://bit.ly/1amuIHW

Art by Isaac Richardson III. 

25 Works Of Art Paying Tribute To Trayvon Martin

Artists from around the U.S. and around the world have immortalized the tragic story of a young man’s death.
Source: http://bit.ly/1amuIHW

Tagged: TrayvonMartinHoodiesUpNoJusticeNoPeace

14th July 2013

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fuckyeahanarchistgraffiti:

What is rape culture?

fuckyeahanarchistgraffiti:

What is rape culture?

Source: cynicizm

13th July 2013

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Jeunesse Apatride - I’ll be your friend
I’ll be your friend until the end of time 

I’ll have your back and you’ll have mine

Jeunesse Apatride (Ex-Les Skouidjs, Ex-Sautées Sauterelles, Ex-Kaptain Moloko) is a punk-rock group (with reference to some Oi songs but some viewed it as the street punk) from Montreal, Canada formed in 1999. Their texts concerning the resistance and revolt against oppression, domination and exploitation.    

Tagged: resistancesolidarityrevoltanarchismanarcho-punkoi

9th July 2013

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7th July 2013

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Mischief Brew - Pompous - Ass Manifesto
http://bit.ly/10bkNBz

Mischief Brew - Pompous - Ass Manifesto

http://bit.ly/10bkNBz

Tagged: anarchismget up stand up

4th July 2013

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funkymurderjunkie:

still one of my favorite pictures ever

funkymurderjunkie:

still one of my favorite pictures ever

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1st July 2013

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Tagged: anarchismgeneral strikeInsurrectionla beaute est dans la rue