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Kill The Bill Defendants – Contact Bristol Defendant Solidarity For Advice And Support

Solidarity is our best defence! Get in touch with BDS. We will support you regardless On 28th May, 8 defendants facing serious charges from the Kill the Bill demo on 21st March this year had their first appearance on court. We accompanied in support, several of them chose to plead guilty. We have wr…

We must become erotically free and socially responsible

By Felix del Campo, Plan C London This text was written as a series of reflections on a year-long pandemic intertwined with conversations with comrades about love and revolution. It moves in time with no particular chronological order. This is a longer text, so we have made efforts to increase its a…

Three important dates towards the Mayday Kill The Bill actions

From education unions to political collectives, everyone is getting involved and mobilising for the 1st May Mayday Kill the Bill actions. Here are three important events to get involved in in the lead up this week: Education Unions Meeting – Tuesday 27th April, 6pmIWGB Mobilisation – Thursday 29…

Building a community of resistance – transformative justice in the anti-fascist movement

The subject and contents of this article are undoubtedly a sensitive issue for many, including ourselves. Therefore, before the beginning of the article proper, we wish to make some things clear. In high-stakes cases such as these, it is important that we do our best to get things as right as we pos…

‘Tech’ – Book Review

Tech: A guide to the politics and philosophy of technology by Corporate Watch – book review by John de Plume In ways that are not always immediately obvious, technology has come to be a defining feature of life today and indeed has begun to define the possible forms our future may or may not take…

Shipshape and Bristol fashion – some reflections on protests, uprisings, legislation, the police and us.

The State we’re in It has been a tough year. Few would argue against that, perhaps apart from the likes of Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, who have taken the opportunities you’d expect, amassing further hordes of obscene wealth. But we digress – it’s been very, very hard: we’ve lost our incomes…

The US Capitol Attack: What Do We Know Now And What Does It Mean For Antifascists In Britain?

By Plan C Brighton, republished from While Rome Burns As American antifascists process the storming of the Capitol and look ahead at years of a far-right ‘resistance’ insurgency against Biden, are we going to see the far-right storming Parliament here? No – they have no need to. They already h…

On the Anniversary of the 2019 November Uprising in Iran

By Collective98[1]  “We are protesting against problems in the whole system in general. We reached a crisis where we noticed that the system cannot handle it anymore.” A Chilean Protester[2]  In mid-November last year, tens of thousands of people in over 100 cities across Iran took to the stre…

The Excess

On Covid and Uncherished Life By Flannán Delaney In the sea just off Grenada is an underwater sculpture park. Circles of concrete human figures, bolted together but each one individual, hold each other’s hands and gaze out into the great expanse of the ocean, as corals and seaweeds claim them. Dr…

‘Great Anarchists’ – Book Review

Great Anarchists by Ruth Kinna and Clifford Harper on Dog Section Press, 2020 – book review by John de Plume Comrades enduring the ongoing Tory disaster that has been 2020, may well be finding themselves hungry for inspirational reading material on thinkers who told the state to go fuck itself and…

Part 5. How we deal with gendered sexual violence matters: Personal reflections on a community accountability process

For the last five years, the left-wing political community of Birmingham has been involved in a community accountability process that takes collective responsibility against sexual violence. Here the victim in the case shares their reflections on that process. This is the final piece in a series of…

Abolish Police and Border Guards

By Cyril Winstanley Recent events have highlighted what most people knew already. The police are not fit for purpose. Protests around the world show that people recognise that police forces serve the same function everywhere. We understand what their purpose is and it is not to ‘serve and protect…

The government’s ‘green’ industrial revolution: not green, not revolutionary

By Nic Beuret (Plan C Essex) The Tory government announced plans this week to usher in a ‘green industrial revolution’, off the back of their pledge last year to make the UK net carbon zero by 2050, spurred by the actions of the school climate strikers and Extinction Rebellion, and in preparatio…

Part 4. How we deal with gendered sexual violence matters: Personal reflections on a community accountability process

For the last five years, the left-wing political community of Birmingham has been involved in a community accountability process that takes collective responsibility against sexual violence. Here an anonymous participant shares their reflections on that process. This is the penultimate article in a…

Part 3. How we deal with gendered sexual violence matters: Personal reflections on a community accountability process

For the last five years, the left-wing political community of Birmingham has been involved in a community accountability process that takes collective responsibility against sexual violence. Here an anonymous participant shares their reflections on that process. This is the third in a series of arti…

How we deal with gendered sexual violence matters: Personal reflections on a community accountability process

By Alice Swift For the last five years, the left-wing political community of Birmingham has been involved in a community accountability process that takes collective responsibility against sexual violence. Alice Swift shares her reflections on that process. This is the first in a series of articles…

In memory of Josh

We’re devastated to hear of the sudden passing of our comrade and Plan C member from 2016 to 2019, Josh. Those who knew him know he was one of the most genuine, engaged, brave and dedicated revolutionaries of his generation. By 23 he had already become a leading organiser in the Manchester left, c…

Why Now? On the current phase of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Jacob Berkson, Plan C Brighton In the June 21st episode of the ‘This American Life’ podcast, producer Bim Adewunmi asked, partly rhetorically, partly seriously, “why now?” Why is it that George Floyd’s death of all the thousands and thousands of police killings broke the camel’s back? Wh…

Tracksuits, Trauma and Class Traitors by D Hunter – Book Review

Please note: there are sections of this book that describe and discuss violence, including sexual violence. “It is written to shift the discourse within the social movements that matter to me. It presents an argument that those outside the elite or capitalist class, those who define themselves as…

Part 2. How we deal with gendered sexual violence matters: Personal reflections on a community accountability process

For the last five years, the left-wing political community of Birmingham has been involved in a community accountability process that takes collective responsibility against sexual violence. Here an anonymous participant shares their reflections on that process. This is the second in a series of art…





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