Security was very lose and we entered without issue or incident. This laxness was due in large part to the fact that Jeff Bezos was not going to be there. Our first observation was that the majority of Amazon employees in Seattle are between the ages of 25 and 35, many of whom wore Romanesque laurels around their heads.
Rather than have a pointless march with no clear target, how about we instead bring our rage and fury to the doors of Amazon HQ?Read more "May Day: Call for Anti-Capitalist Presence at the March on Amazon"
“The efficient management of society rewards those who exploit power and privilege for personal gain. The very structure of hierarchy perpetuates the climate crisis as a tiny minority of individuals — corporate executives and politicians — make decisions on behalf of billions of people, rendering communities powerless over those issues that most impact their lives. […]Read more "Take The Power Back (Against Puget Sound Energy)"
I am sitting on my porch, trying not be distracted from my marvelous view of the Cascade Mountains. They sit in the distance and meet the sky directly in my line of sight, framed by two large pine trees across the street. My families house on the corner is elevated with a flight of stairs […]Read more "The Other Side 206: Tales From the Frontline of Gentrification"
We encourage you to take matters into your own hands. Print copies of this newspaper and hand it on the street corner. Film yourself talking shit to the SPD and post it on social media networks that the high school kids will see. Encourage young people to chase the cops away, or better yet, set an example and chase them away yourself. Take whatever action you feel is necessary against capitalism and the systemic racism it creates. We have nothing to lose but our chains.Read more "Seattle White Supremacy, Inc: The Bitter Truth About An Obvious Problem"
The first issue of a new anarchist papers, featuring: -what is anarchism? -saving snoqualumnie falls -liberal white supremacy in seattle -tales from the frontline of gentrificationRead more "The Transmetropolitan Review #1"