This month’s program, broadcast on June 5, tries to think through the relationship between two concepts: autonomy and austerity. Here we’ve uploaded two interviews as separate segments/files that can be easily downloaded and listened to. The first (both in Spanish and translated into English) deals with the so-called “Spanish Revolution,” the massive popular mobilizations against the electoral system that have been taking place in Spain since May. The second focuses on a series of actions organized against austerity politics and their local manifestations. The two interviews also reflect on the question of how best to articulate an anti-austerity politics that’s at the same time anti-state.
- Vittorio lives, a message for the murder of a compañero
- Greece: Demonstration and combats for protest against the government.
- Italy: 16 March 2001 – Eight years without you, eight years with you
- Croacia: Libertarian block protests against the country’s government
- Italy: Repression against anarchist groups
- Greece: Movement “I don’t pay.” A Greek initiative to “stop paying for other people’s crisis”
- Greece: Rebel briefs
- The Arab rebelion and strategic thought. Extract from an article by Raul Zibechi
- Italy: Fascists won’t pass!
- UK: The battle Stokes Croft and the anti-anarchist attacks
- UK: Anti-anarchist attacks in London
- Hungry: Self-organized Rom face fascit groups.