BOB the Bug Out Bag

Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
by Warrior Publications, Jan 5, 2014 How not to pack your BOB; US soldier overburdened with high tech gear and weaponry. A Bug Out Bag (BOB) is a pre-packed bag of personal survival items that can be grabbed when you must quickly depart a location during an emergency. The bag…

Million Mask March – 1,000,000,000,000 Mask Revolution

1,000,000,000,000 Mask Revolution Flyer passed around in some North American cities today. Revolution is here, expect that. Random Tweets: Protest on the march #5thNov #MillionMaskMarch — CWN (@Cyber_War_News) November 5, 2013 #Anonymous has unleashed a global uprising in 50+ countries. Has this ever been done before? World History. #MMM — Jayron (@Jayron26) November 5, […]

Mi’kmaq Anti-Fracking Blockade

In Rexton, New Brunswick, an ongoing blockade of a planned hydrofracking operation was attacked by police on October 17. Clashes erupted with police cars set ablaze and fracking equipment destroyed. In total, police made 40 arrests. With fracking becoming the go-to energy extraction method across all parts of northeastern North America, blockades and encampments such […]

Storming the Breach: A Guide to the 2013 Hurricane Season

StB is an online magazine for preparing New Yorkers to inhabit the catastrophe of the present and render that opening an irrevocable revolutionary fact. Visual heavy, forward looking, tactile, and on a warpath, StB is a call to the makers & hackers, picklers & preppers, cleanup crews and revolutionaries. For hurricane parties everywhere! Featuring the […]

Lessons From the Egyptian Insurrection: Communization, Strategy, and Solidarity

العربية//Español//Français//Deutsch//Pусский//Nederlands In the past week, Egypt has seen the rapid spread of insurrectional violence, beginning January 25th with the 2-year anniversary of Mubarak’s fall, intensifying with the death sentences handed down to 21 Al-Masry ultras from Port Said and the subsequent declaration of a state of emergency on January 27th in provinces along the Suez […]

Blocking the Flows & Becoming Territory: #IdleNoMore and the ZAD

The following texts analyze two movements that oppose large scale infrastructural projects (and much more) through the blockading, occupation and delinking of territories. As we’ve discussed elsewhere, these infrastructure or apparatuses are an instantiation of preemptive counter-insurrection in that they both produce and render spaces and populations governable by preventing other forms-of-life from emerging. By […]