Tag Archives: Canberra

A G A I N S T N A T I O N A L I S M

This post originally appeared over at comrade’s blog, totaltantrum. — Addressing the anti-fascists and their enemies in Canberra. Firstly, a few notes: Traditional fascism is unpopular. We see the far-right attempting to outmanoeuvre this unpopularity in various ways across the … Continue reading

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Archive update

I’ve finally got around to organising this blog some more. Check out the new ‘Articles’ option on the menu above (between ‘About’ and ‘I.S. 1958-1969”): Articles And over at my other blog, works & days of the antyphayes, I have … Continue reading

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You Are Nowhere

A leaflet released and distributed at the You Are Here festival. Click on the image above to access a pdf of it. This year I decided to tell the tale of Aktion Surreal (1991-1994) and ANU Chancelry occupation of 1994. … Continue reading

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