To call a government incompetent suggests that it intended but failed to be otherwise—that it had an intent to manage and mitigate the pandemic. On the contrary, I argue that Duterte and his administration had and still has no such intention.
Why is it that there exists a tendency in Marxism—itself a theory of change—that remains unchanging?
There is a necessity for a liberatory politics in the Archipelago known as the Philippines and as anarchists we think Anarchism has the framework to fill this need.
Ang bandilang itim ay ang simbolo ng anarkiya. Pumupukaw nito ng iba’t-ibang mga damdamin tulad ng takot hanggang sa kasiyahan sa mga kinikilala ’to.
Noong ika-lima ng Enero 1960, binaril ng mga pasista ang Katalanong na gerilyang anarkista si Quico Sabaté at sa wakas, siya’y namatay pagkatapos ng tatlumpung taon ng pakikipag-laban sa kapitalismo.
Siguro naman alam ng mga anarkista sa Kanluran tungkol sa rebolusyon sa Catalonia at sa Ukraine. Pero mayroong din kami sa Asya ating sariling anarkistang rebolusyon: ang Rebolusyonaryong Shinmin sa Manchuria noong 1929 hanggang 1931.
Anarchists in a particular area cannot simply import anarchism wholesale. Anarchism must contextualize itself in the specific contexts of where it exists.
The demand for abolition becomes urgent in the face of a highly militarized response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines.
States around the world are criminalizing dissent in response to a global and ongoing wave of uprisings.
With the Terror Bill now becoming Terror Law, we can expect an increase of arrests and suppression from the State. Indeed just one day after the signing of the Terror law, eleven protesters were warrantlessly arrested and became known as the Cabuyao 11. It is in this climate that having an abolitionist prisoner support group… Continue reading Black Cross: A Proposal for an Abolitionist Prisoner Support Group