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Person(s) Unknown Publications
The struggle against the maxi-prison in Brussels – A chronology of attack & antagonism (December 2012 – June 2015)
The Belgian State has been announcing it for some time: building 13 new modern and efficient prisons. As part of this new master-plan the State wants to build a maxi-prison in Haren, northern Brussels. It is intended as the largest prison in the country, a genuine prison town that would include five different prisons on the same terrain. It would then lock up at least 1,200 men, women and children. With the fight against the construction of this monstrosity raging on, this 48-page publication features analysis and a chronology of attack from the past two and a half years of struggle against this project. Versions available in low res and imposed.
Since the Bristol Riots” is a collection of communiques from the Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), Earth Liberation Front (ELF), and other anonymous attacks in the Bristol area since the riots in April 2011 until October 2014. The communiques include attacks targeted against police, banks, prisons, military, security services, courts, state, church, fascists, media, communications infrastructure, corporations and more. Totally 96 pages of content, included is a selection of over a dozen articles related to this time frame and context, such as reports of the Stokes Croft riots and recent police repression against the broader anarchist movement as they investigate the attacks.
November 2014 re-release of original zine with Dark Matter Publications initially hosted by 325 in June 2014: An animal liberationist zine about the fight against Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS). For the first time these 24 communiques from 2009-2012 of MFAH direct action in Western Europe have been compiled for your reading pleasure, alongside articles on the Blackmail 3 case, as well as a critical analysis of the SHAC Model. The inspiration for producing this zine proceeded the imprisonment of Debbie Vincent. The section on the MFAH is dedicated to Darko Mathers.
Dark Matter Publications
325 is pleased to present a new zine for Dark Matter Publications, called “Gross Misconduct and the Guerilla Massive”. By printing this, we give a shout echoing to Darko Mathers, who died in January 2014, as we add to what he started. Anti-social, anti-civilisation, anarchist-nihilist and individualist writings and publishing. We know that Darko would have liked this pamphlet that we present here.
This 28 page personal zine is written by a hardcore anarchist vandal in Bristol, because they want to get some of their ideas down on paper. This zine is not the latest theoretical emission of dogma and over-serious waffling coming from the egg-head part of the anarchist movement. It’s a rowdy collection of poems and thoughts, as well as original photographs and images. For the sake of clarity, as some of our non-english readers might not necessarily understand, “massive” is also used for “gang” or “posse”. This zine contains UK lunacy that some folks might find potentially offensive or confusing.
‘Anarchy – Civil or Subversive?’
by DMP & 325
Bored of the type of anarchism that seems to exist only as a boring routine of endless meetings and crap benefit gigs full of self-important tossers?
Sick of middleclass mummys boys pretending to be proles?
Fed up of being told what the “class struggle” is and isn’t?
We are too and so we put together this booklet about it.
BEYOND THE ‘MOVEMENT’- ANARCHY!
‘The Sun Still Rises’
by the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire: Imprisoned Members Cell’
“The guerrilla has finally escaped the pages of books dealing with decades past and taken to the streets with ferocity. Because the urban guerrilla doesn’t offer utopian freedom. She allows access to immediate freedom. Accordingly, each person begins to define herself and liberate herself from society’s passivity. There is now noise everywhere—the marvelous noise of widespread destruction—as well as the requisite revolutionary discourse to follow bombings against targets that serve domination.”
“The August insurrection set alight the grey murk of the day to day urban grind as life exploded into the streets where the law of the land tells us only self-policing drones can walk under the watchful eyes of the CCTV controllers. I can’t really offer anything profound or point to any better future or make any predictions – other than that nothing is over! It was one of the most alive moments in my short life though so far. It was my time, our time – time to go for it, let our rage out of the box on the prison society’s streets, where the veil came off and we see how our individual isolation on the street comes from mass paralysis, where we could face our enemy the cops, in it together against them and the Law and Order they protect. To me there was no hesitation – I couldn’t wait for the rioting to spread out of London, and the pictures of the capitol burning had me joyously convulsing inside, impatient to join the insurrection. I think that divides everyone – those for who the uprising was ours and those who saw it as something foreign, strange, problematic, and scary. At the soonest opportunity when the lawlessness spread we were out there, euphoric, trying to spread it more: Running riot through the temples of consumerism, fighting the police, smashing and burning.”
“Sustained attacks on the social peace of the rich will continue.”- Interview with Chilean anarchist Marcelo Villaroel
“The Social War imposed on us by Power and the State is the daily struggle to free all Social Rebels via an insurrectional perspective that attempts to confront the totality of the oppressive, repressive, and exploitative existent. By demanding constant attack on all aspects of Capitalist Life, combat develops simultaneously in all spheres of reality. It’s not a strategy of War defined by a group that focuses on a leader, a Vanguardist concept, or military strikes and advances. Rather, it’s the diffuse, everyday multiplication of autonomous action by Rebels and Insurrectionists who can no longer tolerate this shitty life, this social spectacle called Democracy.”
‘Off the Leash’: iconoclastic words from Zo d’Axa, Albert Libertad, Emile Armand, Renzo Novatore, Enzo Martucci and Erinne Vivani
Here we publish these texts by a few enemies of society alive in Italy and France in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as a celebration of the rebellious and individualistic zest for life. Rather than detached thinkers these were individuals of action, active perpetrators of the crime of freedom – the crime that contains all crimes –, ready and willing to rob the rich and attack the State, not for ‘some cause’ but for themselves.
‘Reclaim Your Mind’: An urgent message to the ‘insane’, the ‘angry’, the ‘unstable’, the ‘chaotic’, the ‘depressed’…
We are pleased to publish this anonymous text which appeared on the old website of the 325 Collective in 2003 and which was re-edited and published online in 2011. We don’t agree with this text entirely and are pessimistic about the prospect of a wide-spread ‘healing’ of Earth or the masses of society – as has always been the case, minorities will throw off the chains of social obligations, will seize their own life trajectory and wilfully define themselves, finding each other and creating unique moments of beauty, life and freedom. Maybe in the ruins of techno-industrial mass society a widespread healing will
occur. For the time being, we aim to liberate ourselves from the cage we’ve been born into,
alongside as many others as possible. This means overcoming the limiting constraints of our mental patterns and freeing ourselves from the self-fulfilling diagnoses of mental illness, to glory in our inscrutable uniqueness and our dysfunctionality – our refusal to be working, integrated components of the megamachine.