Category: Anarchist

Aberdeen Anarchists are an informal non-affiliated group of like-minded individuals who have come together to further anarchism in the city, to develop new networks, to show solidarity and support various causes and activist or union groups.

We reject all forms and systems of domination and discrimination including, but not limited to, patriarchy, racism, and religious fundamentalism.

We embrace the full dignity of all human beings.

We believe in non-hierarchical decision making processes and an organisational philosophy based on decentralisation and autonomy.

Articles by Aberdeen Anarchists

How to deal with tear gas

It is riot season again.

Here is some advice on how to keep yourself and your buddies safe should you happen to find yourself in the middle of a riot.

If you’re going to a protest where tear gas (or pepper spray) may be used, these are the street medic recommendations:

 

Prevention is far better than cure!

It’s Not “Corporatism,” It’s Not “Crony Capitalism,” It’s Capitalism!

Chances are if you are reading this, you have spent a fair amount of time discussing the [Occupy Wall Street movement]. Anyone with a basic familiarity with the protests is aware that the demonstrators represent a broad spectrum of ideologies, beliefs and goals.

An injury to one is an injury to all!

Aberdeen City Arts Board (A.C.A.B.) in association with Aberdeen Anarchists & The Shared Planet Society Presents:

 The Autumn Series. No.2

“The Industrial Workers of the World.”

Revolution disguised as organic gardening.

Aberdeen City Arts Board presents the Autumn Series:

“Revolution disguised as organic gardening.”

Aberdeen City Arts Board & Shared planet society presents an informal
talk hosted by Simon Gall on Perma-Culture organic gardening and it’s
importance.

Aberdeen Against Apartheid: From Johannesburg to Jerusalem

Aberdeen SPSC would like to invite you to the event ‘Aberdeen Against Apartheid: From Johannesburg to Jerusalem’ taking place on Friday the 24th of August.

The Summer Series no.5

Please join us for an evening with Aberdeen Feminists who are hosting an evening talk on feminism and it’s role within radical political movements.

Summer Series no.3 – The Impact of Big Biomass.

Please come join Aberdeen Against austerity & Aberdeen City Arts Board [ACAB} at the Blue Lamp for a informative talk and discussion on the environmental impact of growing Big Biomass for energy.

The G8. [Remembering Genoa]

It’s the UK’s turn for the next G8 and luckily for us black is next years fashionable colour, excited yet? Unfortuately for us here in the UK this also once more means we will be “treated” to the very ugly sight of The (dirtymidget) BONO and The “Sir” Bob (I’m still punk as fuck, honest) Gandolf as they wheel out assorted corporate geriatric ’neverhasbeens&#821