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In this episode of the IGDCAST, we catch up once again with someone from the CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective, as we look back on 2017 and discuss just what is in store for us in 2018.
We begin with a discussion on the recent J20 case, its implications, and what remains to be done in terms of long term support for those still facing charges. We also discuss the past year under Trump, the declining public support and trust in the State in general, as well as the odd situation anarchists find ourselves in now with the heating up of the Mueller investigation.
We also touch on anarchist activity over the past year, discuss antifascism both pro and con, and talk about the ways in which we both expanded our capacity or failed to even experiment. Looking forward into 2018, we discuss what it would mean to go above and beyond the bar raised in 2017, as well as what it would mean to make anarchist practices and forms of organization meaningful to the vast majority of people who are attacked and alienated by this system.
We end the discussion by talking about what is next for CrimethInc., a long running anarchist media collective that produces books, posters, stickers, and much more.
More Info: Crimethinc
Music: The Coup