A discussion we held on 22 of August at the Dog and Bone. Several people came and we had a friendly and (hopefully) informative discussion.
Text of flyer and link to pdf below
An open discussion of the anarchist vision of a new world.
The 20th century has been scarred with World Wars, famine, genocide and great depressions.
As we pass the decade in the 21st century these problems appear out of the control of us, the ‘ordinary’ people. Wars, famine genocide and great depressions loom, as national crises pressurise deep problems.
To add another bucket-full to the shit-storm; our whole civilisation is built on an almost exhausted fossil fuel.
The limits of capitalist growth are now visible but no system of government around the globe is tackling the core of issues ruling the lives of the working class, whether capitalist or communist.
One No & Many Yeses
As States attempt to keep the status quo, people begin talking about the mess, about the lies and the alternative future.
Anarchy: not chaos but organised communities free from hierarchies and waged labour.
Anarchism seeks a future free from oppressive regimes and domestic structures, for complete individual and collective freedom.
Anarchists oppose the Capitalism and the State. However, there are many alternatives discussed, groups created with anarchist principles and anarchist societies born, throughout time.
With the abolishment of states workers will own the means of production with work roles on rotation. Communities built on practices of mutual aid
Anarchy proposes the bold and dangerous idea: We know best how to rule our own lives
Join us for a lively discussion on the anarchist alternatives.