Philadelphia, PA: Six Months On, We Will Still #DefendJ20

from It’s Going Down

Six months ago, on January 20th, the spectacle of a peaceful transition of power was smashed by hundreds of brave souls who descended on the streets of Washington D.C. and numerous other cities in these so-called United States. Their defiant rejection of the newest authoritarian regime set the stage for continued resistance against Trump and all those who keep us in chains.

On that day in D.C. an anti-capitalist / anti-fascist march was violently suppressed by the Metropolitan Police Department in conjunction with the US Parks Police. Chemical weapons were deployed indiscriminately, while storm trooper riot cops attacked demonstrators, bystanders, and supporters with a volley of flashbangs, stinger grenades, and rubber bullets.

After the smoke settled that afternoon, over 230 people were kettled for hours in a cold January rain without access to food, water, or restrooms, and were then hit with a felony rioting charge. Since then, over 200 of the #J20 defendants were re-indicted on 7 or more new felony charges and are now facing over 75 years in prison. The #J20 defendants are working collectively to fight back against a state that seeks to criminalize dissent by locking them in cages for the rest of their lives.

Their bold resistance will not be forgotten.
Their sacrifices will not be in vain.
These trumped up charges will be fought and defeated.

We call on our comrades in this week of solidarity to #DefendJ20!

Solidarity with all #J20 defendants! Solidarity with all those who oppose fascism and capitalism! Solidarity with all those fighting for autonomy and dignity!

Love and rage,
Philly

Anathema Volume 3 Issue 5

from Anathema

Volume 3 Issue 5 (PDF for printing 11 x 17)

Volume 3 Issue 5 (PDF for reading 8.5 x 11)

In this issue:

  • Call for Week of Solidarity with J20 Arrestees
  • Assassination Attempted in Alexandria
  • Antifa v. 4Chan: A Perspective on the July 2nd March to Impeach Trump
  • What Went Down
  • News
  • Letter to the Editor
  • PA Pipeline Updates
  • Factory Death
  • NYPD Officer Assassinated
  • Watching Police
  • July 25 Day of Solidarity with Antifa Prisoners
  • Zoo Abuse, Collective Liberation
  • How to Buy a Gun
  • Poem, Pictures, & Comics

J20 to G20 We Are Ungovernable

from Facebook

As we put our bodies in the way of the Mariner East 2 Pipeline, we look to the inspiration of those resisting the capitalist order in the face of brutal state violence.

211 people are each facing up to 75 years in prison for disrupting the inauguration of our fascist president and July 20th marks the beginning of a week of solidarity for the J20 defendants. Tens of thousands took to the streets of #Hamburg, #Germany this past week to block the #G20 and the smooth functioning of the global ruling class.

We did a banner drop from our tree sit in the path of the ME2 Pipeline in solidarity with our comrades. From the streets of Hamburg to the streets of DC, the rallying cry of the people is screaming “Shut It Down!”

Sign On to Statement of #Solidarity of #J20 Defendants & Follow: Defend J20 Resistance is a platform to support and amplify the voices of those who are working together to fight this case. http://defendj20resistance.org/

Posters in South Philly

From Instagram

📷 some wheatpasted posters spotted in South Philly

Anathema Volume 3 Issue 4

from Anathema

Volume 3 Issue 4 (PDF for printing 11 x 17)

Volume 3 Issue 4 (PDF for reading 8.5 x 11)

In this issue:

  • An Anarchist Response to Anti-Gentrification Attacks in Philly on May Day
  • Solidarity with Anarchist Prisoners
  • Krasner Wins Primary
  • What Went Down
  • March for Immigrants
  • Philly Anarchists Fuck Up Gentrification on May Day
  • Why Did Anarchists Destroy Downtown Olympia?
  • Violence Exposed at Local Fraternity
  • In Reply to the Science March
  • Delaware May Murder Again
  • We Will Not Win
  • Health is in You
  • Pure Black: an Emerging Consensus Among Comrades?

New Anti-Gentrification Posters

Submission

These posters are meant to be printed on 11 by 17 inch paper.

Solidarity with the Berkeley Bike Lock Brigade

from Facebook

In the early hours of May, 15th motorists heading northbound i95 noticed this banner hanging off the spruce street overpass.

“Solidarity with the Berkeley bike lock brigade”

Philadelphia, PA: “Solidarity From Philly to France!”

from It’s Going Down

Post-May Day Social Media Round-Up

from Twitter

Philly Jail Support 24th/25th District 3901 Whitaker Ave Shifts are from 3-6pm, 6-9pm, 9-12am.

from Instagram

If you want to help and keep track of last night’s May Day arrestees check out Philly Anti-Repression Fund’s twitter (@phlbailfund) and fundraiser (fnd.us/b1Eata?ref=sh_d6cb9d). Let’s support our comrades facing repression.

from Instagram

Lots of different anarchic feelings this May Day in Philly. Some comrades are still in custody let’s be ready to support them.

from Instagram


$100k in damage estimated, 2 in custody facing charges #mayday2017

Anarchadelphia On Indefinite Haitus

from Anarchadelphia

This project has grown neglected and my trajectory insists that I declare Anarchadelphia on an indefinite hiatus. Have another project you’d like to advertise in its absence? Feel free to comment in order to do so.

Regardless, phlanticap.noblogs.org and itsgoingdown.org continue to hold it down.

Whether I see you in the streets or you find me in the forest, may we combine forces for the destruction of this society.