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CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective

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Crimethink is everything that evades control: the daydream in the classroom, the renegade breaking ranks, the spray-painted walls that continue to speak even under martial law. It is the persistent sense that things could be otherwise, that there is nothing natural or inevitable about the prevailing social order. In a world optimized for administration, everything that cannot be classified or displayed on a screen is crimethink. It is the spirit of rebellion without which freedom is literally unthinkable.

The Hotwire #19: Reactions as Students Flood Streets

This episode is packed to the gills with news! There is antifa activity in Tennessee and folks in the Northwest continue to hold it down against the fascist creep. Solidarity for Afrin spreads and...

From Democracy to Freedom Tour: Iceland to the Midwest

CrimethInc. is launching a tour to promote their new book, From Democracy to Freedom. To download a copy, go here. As promised, we are doing another block of presentations of our book, From Democracy to...

Hotwire #18: Toxic Waste in STL, Labor Struggles in the Techno Age, A Rant...

The Hotwire is a fabulous anarchist news show that covers social struggles around the world from an anarchist perspective and produced by CrimethInc. The second episode of our second season! This week we run down...

The Ex-Worker #63: Anarchists in the Trump Era, Year One—2017 in Review, Part III

In Episode 63 of the Ex-Worker, we conclude our series of reflections on 2017 with an audio version of the recently published essay “Anarchists in the Trump Era: Scorecard, Year One.” It analyzes five...

Hotwire #17: Back for the New Year

The first episode of our new season! This week we run down the list of antifascist confrontations from San Diego to Olympia, Washington. We also share a call for opposing Richard Spencer in Lansing,...
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We Will Remember Freedom: Why It Matters that Ursula K. Le Guin Was an...

I’ve never liked the part of the story when the mentor figure dies and the young heroes say they aren’t ready to go it alone, that they still need her. I’ve never liked it...

Anarchists in the Trump Era: Scorecard, Year One

January 20, 2018 marked the conclusion of the first year of the Trump era—a string of back-to-back crises that made unprecedented demands on US anarchists. Despite limited numbers and resources, we rose admirably to...

CrimethInc. Ex-Worker Podcast #62: Support, Healing, and Redefining Resistance—2017 in Review, Part II

As we reconnect to plan a new year of resistance this January 20th, what lessons can we take from the inspiring but traumatic year that was 2017? In Episode 61 of the Ex-Worker, we interview three...

Government Shutdown Doesn’t Go Far Enough: Make It Permanent

Once again, the threat of a government shutdown looms over the capital. Politicians exchange barbs, pundits wag their fingers and wring their hands, and the rest of us get up and go to work...

Crimethinc Podcast #61: The Olympia Train Blockade

In this episode, we take an in-depth look at the blockade in Olympia, WA that stopped a train carrying fracking supplies for twelve days. http://traffic.libsyn.com/exworker/61_The-Olympia-Train-Blockade.mp3 Notes and Links Table of Contents: Introduction {0:05} How Did This...