Anarchism, Political Violence, and the London “March for the Alternative.”

Posted April 2, 2011 by thoughtheheavensfall
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“Anarchists on the rampage in London.”[1]

“Anarchists Siege England.”[2]

“Anarchists wreak absolute havoc in London.”[3]

“Riotous Anarchist Freeloaders Hijack and Rampage London.”[4]

“Anarchists Crash London Protest.”[5]

“Anarchists hijack London Protest.”[6]

“Anarchists Taint Peaceful Union Protest…”[7]

It is unwise to assume that the acts of destruction which elicited the opprobrium above were committed by anarchists. While such violence does find favor with some in the movement, quite often the perpetrators are law enforcement or intelligence agents masquerading as revolutionaries. During the uprising in Greece, several acts of violence were committed by police dressed in anarchist black. A video surfaced in which they were seen and heard planning the deception. When it aired on national television, the charges against the falsely accused were dropped. In Italy, a letter-bombing campaign was attributed to anarchists when an alleged splinter group, Federazione Anarchica Informale, claimed responsibility. The body from which the former insists it split, the Federazione Anarchica Italiana, denied that a schism had occurred and denounced the bombings. What followed is a point of much contention, but there are rumors that the case was quashed when the investigation began to trail back to the government. True or not, the affair has mysteriously vanished from the headlines and the police now glumly report that they don’t know who was responsible for the bombs.[8] Read the rest of this post »


In The News, March 20, 2011

Posted March 21, 2011 by thoughtheheavensfall
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Topics: Japan, 3000 Mile Island; The War on Libya, Cruise Missiles and Cleavage; Big Bank Bingo; Saudi Arabia; Rachel Madcow Disease; Queen Clintopatra and the Referendum in Egypt; Lenin–so it turns out the blind lady wasn’t the shooter after all… Read the rest of this post »

Moammar Gaddafi, Socialist Revolutionary or Charlatan?

Posted March 16, 2011 by thoughtheheavensfall
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Defining socialism broadly as the advocacy of an egalitarian, classless society, and those figures and movements who made it their cause, what is Moammar Gaddafi’s place in this evolution?  Read the rest of this post »