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Volume 6, Chapter I

[start – pg70]

Anarchism in the North East and Beyond

(introducing the Beautiful Idea afresh)

23 Theses Concerning Revolt

(how can we stop defeating ourselves each time?)

‘Dispassion and Timelessness’

(identify the practices of dominator ecology)

The Fight in Catalunya

(what’s at stake in a messy and contradictory movement)

‘Wearing the Scars Inside’

(provocation from the margins)

‘It Depends on All of Us’

(rounding up the previous phase of struggle across the pond)

Rebellion Extinction

(don’t believe the hype…)

Green Capital and Environmental “Leaders” Won’t Save Us

(review: Jeff Gibbs’ Planet of the Humans)

Rebels Behind Bars

(text by prisoners & repression news)

Memory as a Weapon

(continuities from the meeting of worlds to this day)

Skills and Sabotage

(a return to the body through subverting public space)

Poems for Love, Loss and War

Ghosts of the Land

(a seasonal song for connection, mourning, and resolve)

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Volume 5, Chapter I

[start – pg15]

We Are Not Afraid of Their Ruins… We Carry a New Chaos in Our Hearts

(rage and bile from the gut)

Honor Amongst Thieves

(writing from the widening circles of the U.K. judicial estate)

New Technologies, Extraterrestrial Exploitation and the Future of Capitalism

& ‘Let’s Disconnect the Cables’

‘A Smart New World of Slaves’

(the opening phases of Industry 4.0)

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Volume 5, Chapter II

[pg16 – pg55]

The Exarcheia Commune Rises and Defends Itself

(tactics for maintaining a state-hostile zone)

Symbiogenetic Desire

(tracing an egoist ecology)

Clarification on the Attack on the CGT Headquarters and On the Topic of ‘Anonymous Disassociation’

(on the time and place for co-critique)

Nanotechnology and Transparency

& taking on imperial science

Market Pressurised to Temporarily Drop G.M. Product Lines After Contamination Campaign Claimed, Lombardy

(communiqué: stirring the pot in civil society over our daily consumer poisons)

‘The Matter of Knowing Who We Are’

(the enemy is a way of seeing the world)

What Could Compensate for the Loss of the Night Sky?

& the possibilities of electrical disruption

‘Rejoin the Circle’

(the gift as a new-old principle of existence)

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Volume 5, Chapter III

[pg56 – pg78]

We Can Be Worse Still

(for one who died in the battle for life)

Who Is It?

& democracy’s discontents

Veganism: Why Not

(an alienated solution to a problem of alienation?)

‘At the Root of My Survival’

(reflections on mutilation, facing terrorism charges, and not abandoning our own)

Wild Plants: Hawthorne (berries) & Sweet Chestnuts

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Volume 5, Chapter IV

[pg79 – pg106]

Poems For Love, Loss & War

Global Flash-Points

(direct action reports)

Rebels Behind Bars

(text by prisoners & repression news)

Memory as a Weapon

(bridging the breech in our line, uncovering some of our grounding)

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Volume 5, Chapter V

[pg107 – end]

Pirates vs. Corsairs!

(the seaborne phenomena off the Horn of Africa)

Fraud, Fantasy and Fiction in Environmental Writing / ‘The Invention of the Tribe’ / Q

(reviews: Ted Perry’s ‘Chief Seattle’s Speech’, various Grey Owl, James C. Scott’s ‘The Art of Not Being Governed’ & Luther Blisset’s ‘Q’)

The Dark Months Are Coming

(walking out into the witching hour)

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Volume 4, Chapter I

[start – pg23]

Nothing New Beneath the Sun [editorial]

‘Whether to Act or Merely Dream’

(refuse all representation and dialogue with powers-that-be)

Authorities Finally Confirm Stingray (IMSI) Use in Prison Island – in Scottish Prisons

(…but results so far are poor)

Panopticons Then and Now

(self-defeating paranoia held up to the reality of data overload)

‘Education Centres’ Plundered and Vandalised, Santiago

(communiqué: vandal delinquents rampage through the gated structures of academia to appropriate means for mutiny)

Special Hydraulic Fracture

& extraction in the sights

‘Antagonistic Margins’

(the queer relation of desire, terror and seduction)

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Volume 4, Chapter II

[pg24 -pg47]

On the Catastrophe of the Salmon Farms and Maritime Devastation

(disaster management and managing this disastrous existence, via the Patagonian ocean)

Taking Apart Authority

(an argument for diffuse and well-timed blockages)

Another Figure of the Migrant”

(having done with the usual victimistic homolies)

Invasive

(following controversial discussions in the field of ‘non-native species’)

Smart Attack!

(‘intelligent’ meters, social engineering, ‘sustainable’ submission)

‘The Stories Which Civilisation Holds as Sacred’

(the continued legacy of monotheism in (sub)culture, and the problem of initiation)

Are There Similarities, Beyond the Obvious, Between Human and Non-Human Prisons?

(at the crossroads of incarceration methodologies)

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Volume 4, Chapter III

[pg48 – pg67]

‘A Profound Dis-ease’

(the Enlightenment and inherited mental distress)

Wild Plants:

Rose Hips & Dandelion Root

Poems For Love, Loss & War

Global Flash-Points

(direct action reports)

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Volume 4, Chapter IV

[pg68 – end]

Rebels Behind Bars

(text by prisoners & repression news)

Memory as a Weapon

(revisiting near and far moments of enclosure, betrayal or confrontation)

Power Down

(agitation around the Hydro-Québec 735kV pylon project, Canada)

To Love the Inhuman

(review: John Zerzan’s ‘Animal Dreams’)

The Firestarting

(invocation for a cleansing blaze)

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Caught in the Net (Return Fire #4 companion piece)


Volume 3, Chapter I

[start – pg47]

Opening Salvo [editorial]

The Veil Drops

(the State (of Emergency) demystified)

Close Supervision Centres

(extermination units in the U.K. penal system)

Into Her Inner Chambers”

(technocratic rationalising of human reproduction)

Bristol, Britain’s Flagship ‘Smart City’

(the chilling rise of the cyber-physical environment)

Spoilt for Choice

& bringing the battlefield home to the military and their collaborators

‘Torn From Ourselves’

(understanding the ‘capture’ of unbridled sexuality as intrinsic to domestication and racialising)

A Flourishing Movement and a Laboratory of Repression

(a conversation about anarchic struggle in Mexico, and not only)

‘Towards the Unknown’

& Why Attack the Ministry for Communications and Transport?

Portrait of the Invisible Woman in Front of Her Mirror

(disowning the straitjackets thrust upon her)

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Volume 3, Chapter II

[pg48 – pg67]

The Burning of a Transmission Mast, Berlin, and Policing Vehicles Up in Flames, Keynsham

(communiqués: snaring the flows of the metropolis by disabling its digital highways and surveillance architecture)

The “Wild” as Will & Representation

(citizenist amnesia vs. regaining the Earth)

‘The Advance of Urbanisation’

& anti-development anger

Radical Scavengers Come Out of the Woodwork

(clashes on the streets, recuperative efforts of the latest opportunists)

The Intensification of Independence in Wallmapu

& fragments of a 500-year-old resistance to colonisation

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Volume 3, Chapter III

[pg68 – end]

Wild Plants:

Birch Polypore & Old Man’s Beard

Poems For Love, Loss & War

Global Flash-Points

(direct action reports)

Rebels Behind Bars

(text by prisoners & repression news)

Memory as a Weapon

(a European folktale for our times – down with the empire, up with the spring)

Text Concerning Hambach Forest

(invitation to destruction from the front-lines of an anti-coal occupation, Germany)

‘To Create and Maintain Their Wealth’ / ‘Sensuality, Magic & Anarchist Violence’

(reviews: various Jason Hribal, Silvia Federici’s ‘The Caliban and the Witch’ & Arthur Evan’s ‘Witchcraft and the Gay Counterculture’)

Why We Are With the Fighters

(what do we mean by solidarity?)

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Colonisation (Return Fire #3 glossary entry supplement)

‘Smarter Prison? – Call for War on the Technology Multinationals (companion piece, Return Fire #3)

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Volume 2, Chapter I

[start – pg26]

Glossary:

Alienation, Division of Labour, Patriarchy, Speciesism

Scattering Seeds… [editorial]

…Under a Changing Sky

(facing ecological collapse without delusion or despair)

‘I Didn’t Want to be a Proud Worker’

& exploiters smashed or expropriated

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Volume 2, Chapter II

[pg27 – pg49]

‘The Essence of Modern Schooling’

& rage of the wild-child within

L’Amour Civilisé

(degradation of romance by the present-day treadmill culture)

Plan for Europe’s Biggest Children’s Prison

(welcome to the new borstal, the U.K. Pathfinder “secure college”)

A Much-Needed Invitation to Discuss the Offensive Against the State, Capital, & All Forms of Authority

(evaluating our creations in everyday conflict)

Animals Made to Order

& no compromise – total liberation

Protecting Land, Disrupting Extraction & Going Feral

(experiments in de-civilisation)

Explosion at the Justice Academy, Buenos Aires, & Industrial Logging Operation Arsoned, Bryansk

(communiqués: a conversation between Argentina & Russia concerning international co-ordination)

Excerpts in Unordered Time from a Healing Female Line

(patriarchal reproduction, generational trauma)

The Faultline of Istanbul

(dispatches from the summer Turkish uprising)

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Volume 2, Chapter III

[pg50 – end]

‘A Question of… Balance’

(meditations on identification, clandestinity & freedom)

Wild Plants:

Ramsons & Dandelion Leaf

Poems For Love, Loss & War

Global Flash-Points

(direct action reports)

Rebels Behind Bars

(text by prisoners & repression news)

Some Notes on the TAP

(intermediate struggle as an active minority opposing the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline, Italy)

Memory as a Weapon

(a legacy of defiance, uprisings & trans-national banditry)

‘Gravediggers of Society’

(review: Lee Edelman’s ‘No Future’ & various Guy Hocquenghem)

‘Starting From Zero’

(declaration from the fires to come)

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Volume 1, Chapter I

[start – pg23]

Glossary:

Anarchy, Civilisation, Domestication, Industrialism, Insurrection, Prison-society, Revolution

Statement of Intent [editorial]

(human-supremacy, Progress, and other pathologies)

Fucked Off Not Fucked Up

(psychiatric subjugation, labelling of the unique individual)

‘Non-Violence is Impossible’

(let’s decolonise our minds – let’s arm for liberation)

‘Signals of Disorder & Their Importance in Spreading Rebellion’

(strategies towards decentralised attack)

New Technologies, New Control

& some practical refusal

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Volume 1, Chapter II

[pg24 – pg47]

Nature as Spectacle

(considering some illusions of civilisation)

The Bosses Grand Idea

& anti-2012 Olympic resistance

Sealife Deformities from the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

(industry means disaster)

Against the Logic of Submission:

‘Free Love’, ‘Passionate Friendship’, ‘Hatred’

Vehicle Bomb at the Headquarters of Microsoft, Athens

(communiqué: confronting the insidious silence of computerised society)

‘The Poverty of All Morality’

(ideology as self-mutilation)

Fukushima’s Fallout on My Soul

& revolt against nuclear power

‘Can’t Live Without You’

(intimate abuse through codependency addiction)

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Volume 1, Chapter III

[pg48 – pg63]

‘Good Times & Bad’

(“anti-cuts” & the misery of life

under contemporary capitalism)

‘The Organised Minority Structure’

(informal networks as an anarchist tool)

Auschwitz-Disneyland

(thoughts on symbolic estrangement in modernity)

‘Gender, Sexuality, Patriarchy & Domination’

(identity is a root of oppression)

‘The Loss of Competence’

(is autonomy via automated labour possible?)

Wild Plants:

Nettles & Cleavers

Poems for Love, Loss & War

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Volume I, Chapter IV

[pg64 – end]

Global Flash-Points

(direct action reports)

Rebels Behind Bars

(text by prisoners & repression news)

‘A Wheel to Sabotage, Among Others’

(about Zone Autonome a Défendre, France)

Memory as a Weapon

(escapes, riots & subversion in the past)

We Want To Be Great Like Our Crime

(review: Isabelle Eberhardt’s ‘Criminal’ & Renzo Novatore’s ‘Toward the Creative Nothing’)

The State Always Has a Conspiracy… Have You?

(Final Message to Reader: an anonymous contribution)

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