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325 Magazine *10 Nov 2012

325 Magazine *10 Nov 2012

44 pages packed full of revolutionary anti-capitalist social war. A data network for direct action, A media framework or social war. The refusal of fixed territory.

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– “Lone wolves are not alone…” by FAI-IRF/CCFWith this issue we wanted to explore the topic of the ‘prison-society’ and the logic of information technology which makes it possible. Other articles outside this section in the magazine speak for themselves, such as the article Disreputable Mavericks by Venona Q.; the presentation by Jean Weir (which considers at points the armed group Azione Rivoluzionaria); the interview with 3 eco-anarchists in the UK; the necessary proposal Lone wolves are not alone by the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire / FAI-FRI… and more…”
Contents:

- Editorial
– One Year After…
– On talking less…
– Direct Action Chronology
– War against the information-age: a future of mass social control
– “Class Modifications” by Alfredo M. Bonanno
– Perspectives about the energetic collapse of the techno-industrial society
– Bio-economy, a way out of the crisis…
– “Excluded and Included” by Alfredo M. Bonanno
– Science in the aid of control: Robotics and aerial drones
– Earthquake in Emilia Romagna: drones, surveillance and social control
– Radioactive spills and nuclear crisis
– “On Sabotage and Terrorism” by ProvocAzione
– “Fragment: Illegality” by L
– “Disreputable mavericks – a measure of unpopularity” by Venona Q.
– “With all means possible” by Mario ‘Tripa’ Lopez
– “Tattoo” by Landeg White
– “Armed Struggle and the Revolutionary Movement” by Jean Weir
– Solidarity with Sonja & Christian – Revolutionary Cells (RZ)
– Interview with 3 eco-anarchists from UK

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