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CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective

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.

Announcing Steal Something from Work Day 2017!: Frequently Asked Questions about Our Yearly Day...

This coming Saturday, April 15, is Steal Something from Work Day, a worldwide holiday scheduled to coincide with Tax Day. If you’re wondering why you should give your hard earned wages to an erratic...

Solidarity with Arrestees in the Struggle against Trump and His World

This is the week of solidarity with arrestees in the struggle against Trump, the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the world they represent. Here, we’ll share a few examples of what people are doing to...

Burner Phones and Encryption: A User’s Guide

A burner phone is a single-use phone, unattached to your identity, which can theoretically be used to communicate anonymously in situations where communications may be monitored. Whether or not using a burner phone is...

Real Truth about Fake News: Central Narratives to Rival Heresies

Every day, we’re treated to another barrage of outright falsehoods from the White House: Trump won the election by a landslide, Sweden is the crime capital of Europe, corpses are piling up in Bowling...

Cameras Everywhere, Safety Nowhere: Why Police Body Cameras Won’t Make Us Safer

We know that police violence is a real problem in the US, and it makes sense that people are strategizing ways to protect themselves and their loved ones from being assaulted or murdered by...

Slave Patrols and Civil Servants: A History of Policing in Two Modes

The police are the absolute enemy. Grounded in slave patrols in the early American South, the institution has an unbroken history of protecting and upholding white supremacy. Recent movements in the United States have...

A Step-by-Step Guide to Direct Action: What it is, What it’s good for, How...

Direct action, simply put, means cutting out the middleman: solving problems yourself rather than petitioning the authorities or relying on external institutions. Any action that sidesteps regulations and representation to accomplish goals directly is...

End-to-End Encryption 101 : And do the Vault 7 Revelations Mean Encryption Is Useless?

If you’ve used the internet at any point since May 2013, you’ve probably heard that you should use encrypted communications. Edward Snowden’s revelation that the National Security Agency logs all of our calls, texts,...

Ex-Worker #55: The J20 Protests and Beyond : DC J20 Protests; Anarchists in mass...

Listen and Download Here Listen to episode here. January 20th, 2017 saw perhaps the fiercest resistance to ever take place at an American presidential inauguration. Episode 55 of The Ex-Worker podcast surveys the day’s momentous protests...

Interview with Anti-Repression Organizer on Standing Rock Evictions

Since April 2016, protesters have maintained encampments aimed at stopping the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. On February 22-23, police evicted the Oceti Sakowin camp. We spoke with a participant in the Water...