While the Carnage Lasts – Errico Malatesta (1915)

“What could be so important that revolutionaries would join the most reactionary elements in their respective countries, free thinkers would fraternise with priests, socialists and trade unionists would put class antagonisms on hold, anti-militarists would demand that a government call the citizens to arms and force them to go to war, anarchists would collaborate with the State?” Continue reading While the Carnage Lasts – Errico Malatesta (1915)

The IWW and Political Parties – Vincent St. John (1910)

“The only value that political activity has to the working class is from the standpoint of agitation and education. Its educational merit consists solely in proving to the workers its utter inefficacy to curb the power of the ruling class and therefore forcing the workers to rely on the organization of their class in the industries of the world.” Continue reading The IWW and Political Parties – Vincent St. John (1910)

“Chip away at it” – A year of COVID-era hunger strikes in Canadian prisons

“As supporters on the outside sprang into action, calling on the government to #FreeThemAll, prisoners faced up to the reality of 24-hour lockdowns, no more family visits, an already failing health-care system, and terrible food. The hunger strikes started not long after.” Continue reading “Chip away at it” – A year of COVID-era hunger strikes in Canadian prisons