Unist’ot’en People & Territory Under Attack

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Fifth Estate # 403, Spring 2019

Share this on… As has been the case throughout colonial conquest, the military police force of the Canadian state, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have facilitated the occupation of Indigenous lands by resource capital. Most recently, the state forced

Not Over Till It’s Over

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Fifth Estate # 402, Winter 2019

Share this on… Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal ruled in August against the government, effectively suspending the TransMountain expansion (TMEX) project, a proposed twining of a bitumen pipeline, parallel to the first, from the Alberta tar sands to an oil

Defending Ourselves

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Fifth Estate # 399, Fall, 2017

Share this on… The rising tide of fascism and organized political violence of the Right, particularly the mobilization of street-level right-wing forces, such as the Proud Boys and the Oathkeepers, have returned the question of self-defense to the center of

Sabotage & the Flows of Capital

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Fifth Estate # 395, Winter 2016 - 50th Anniversary

Share this on… According to all reputable climatologists, an immediate ninety percent reduction in material and energy production is required to meet the goal of limiting the average worldwide temperature increase by a disastrous two degrees Fahrenheit. At the current

Logistical Anarchism

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Fifth Estate # 392, Fall/Winter 2014 - Art & Anarchy

Share this on… Social resistance has reached a certain impasse, a conundrum as nation states impose austerity as an extended regime of governance throughout social life. Share this on…

An Anarchist View of the Marriage Debate

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Fifth Estate # 389, Summer, 2013

Share this on… For anarchists, marriage is defined not by the sexuality or gender of spouses, but by the presence of the Church and State. However, marriage, the legal and religious sanctioning of interpersonal relationships, rarely receives much attention in

Taking it OFF the streets!

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Fifth Estate # 388, Winter, 2013

Share this on… The Occupy mobilizations of the last year have offered to many some hope for a renewal of popular movements and alternatives to state capitalist arrangements Yet, perhaps few recurring events show the great disparity that exists between

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