Posts Tagged ‘Anarchism’

Heckler at Bristol Anarchist Bookfair 2013

Posted on March 28th, 2013 by RebelBull

The Heckler can confirm that we will have a stall at next month’s Bristol Anarchist Bookfair 2013. Stalls, workshops, meetings, a cafe and even a kid space are on the cards for this years event, with a banging after party to follow! A timetable for the meetings and workshops is also now available.   More […]

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London Anarchist Bookfair 2012

Posted on October 21st, 2012 by RebelBull

On Saturday 27th October the annual London Anarchist Bookfair is being held. It’s the biggest event in the UK anarchist calender, with stalls from hundreds of different activist groups, campaigns and publishers. As well as these, there are discussion meetings, talks, workshops, films and more. Hereford Heckler will have a stall there as usual, with […]

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In Praise of Anarchy

Posted on October 5th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

This article, written by Dmtry Orlov, has been posted on the Post Carbon Insitutes infomation website www.energybulletin.net Does this mean that the environmental movement is coming round to the ideas of Anarchism? Once upon a time there lived a prince. Not a fairytale prince, but a real one, his bloodline extending back to the founder […]

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Anarchism is…

Posted on August 20th, 2012 by Keith

Anarchism aims to create a society without hierarchical authority. That means no divisions between rulers and ruled, workers and bosses, leaders and followers, order givers and order takers. It means decisions are made directly by those affected by them, not by authorities. Anarchists seek freedom for all. Everyone should be free to determine their own […]

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Anarchists detained by counter-terrorist police

Posted on August 16th, 2012 by RebelBull

For the past week, thousands of anarchists from across Europe have been converging in St.Imier, Switzerland to celebrate the 140th anniversary of the founding of the Anarchist international. The gathering took the form of a festival and educational, with music, films and entertainment as well as workshops and discussions. On returning from the St Imier […]

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New anarchist newspaper for the West Country

Posted on August 13th, 2012 by RebelBull

September 2012 will see a brand-spanking new eight-sided monthly radical newspaper for the south-west hit the streets – but to be a success, it needs YOU! The West Country Mutineer will cover local protests, campaigns and events as well as muck-raking, trash-talking, doing all it can to piss off local baddies in the guise of […]

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Freedom Paper in a spot of bother

Posted on July 21st, 2012 by RebelBull

Britain’s anarchist movement newspaper is in a spot of financial difficulty, after 125 years – taken from Freedom Press. Now that we’re bust and what we’re going to do about it As many comrades are aware, Freedom has continued thanks to a significant donation in 2005. This not only enabled us to keep the paper going, but […]

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International Workers Day 2012 – In Pictures

Posted on May 7th, 2012 by RebelBull

Here’s a few snapshots of May Day protests from around the world…            

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May Day! International Workers’ Day is on the horizon

Posted on April 17th, 2012 by RebelBull

A fortnight today will see scores of marches, demonstrations, and other protest actions take place across the world, in recognition of May Day, or International Workers’ Day. Too few people know why May Day became International Workers’ Day and why we should still commemorate it. It  began over a century ago when the American Federation of […]

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Class – an introduction

Posted on March 22nd, 2012 by Keith

An explanation from libcom.org on the word ‘class’, ‘working class’ and ‘class struggle’.   The first thing to say is that there are various ways of referring to class. Often, when people talk about class, they talk in terms of cultural/sociological labels. For example, middle-class people like foreign films, working class people like football, upper-class […]

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