Tag Archives: Grand Jury Resistance

Endless Contempt: our silence is more powerful than their prisons

Anarchist prisoner Jerry Koch has been released after spending eight months inside for his refusal to give information to an FBI investigation targeting radicals in New York. Legally, the US government has the power to imprison people to force them … Continue reading

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From Staffordshire to Stockholm: notes from the class struggle

For a while now, I’ve not really written anything substantial, just used this blog as a place to share links to things that I think are interesting. This is another of those posts, but at least it should be short. … Continue reading

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Bins, buses and bossnappings: post-May Day round-up

So, it’s been a while since May Day, and the excitement of having a holiday born out of the class struggle has faded a bit. May Day was born out of the struggle for an eight-hour-day, which was an attempt … Continue reading

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May Day round-up

I’ve not had time to write anything substantial on here in a while, and to be honest I don’t have enough time to do so right now, but I wanted to share a few links of interest. One story that … Continue reading

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Matt Duran and Kteeo Oljenik are free!

Very good news from the USA’s Pacific North-West, as Matt Duran and Katherine Olejnik, two anarchist comrades who have now been in prison for five months and solitary confinement for two, have now been freed. However, Maddy Pfeiffer still remains … Continue reading

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Welfare, workplace and repression news: Mid-January round-up.

Just a quick overview of a few recent developments: in welfare news, claimants have won a notable victory over Atos by pressuring the Co-op into not renewing their contract with the company. Claimants are also currently fighting Atos in the … Continue reading

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Maddy Pfeiffer jailed for silence

The latest news from the US state’s ongoing campaign against activists is that Maddy Pfeiffer has now been jailed for their refusal to co-operate. Together with Matt Duran and Katherine Olejnik, this means that three anarchist comrades are now being … Continue reading

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Jobmatch, Blacklisting, Grand Jury Resistance: Mid-December round-up

A few quick updates on ongoing situations that I’ve been covering: on the Jobmatch front, there’s not much news at the moment, but a commenter on this blog claims that they’ve been told Jobseekers’ Agreements will be changed in January, … Continue reading

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Early November round-up

Just a few quick links to things I’ve seen or read recently that’re of interest: While Rome Burns has a really good piece on anti-fascism and the decline of the EDL, and the newly-launched Plan C website has a few … Continue reading

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Leah-Lynn Plante, a third anarchist comrade jailed for silence.

So, I’ve really not written much of late, out of a combination of being quite busy and not having that much to say. I still don’t have much to say, but I thought it was worth sharing an update on … Continue reading

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