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(en) Russia, libertarian communist journal Avtonom #31 - English summary

Date Fri, 09 Apr 2010 00:05:34 +0300

Dear friends, ---- Avtonom is journal of libertarian communist organisation Autonomous Action, which has local groups in 14 cities of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. ---- We are interested to expand our mailing list - if you know people who would be interested to read our materials, please contact them for us! Currently all correspondence abroad is done by Moscow group, so please send us any stuff you have. In another hand, mailing out is so expensive that we would like to post our journal only to people who understand what is written in it, or have friends and comrades who do. ---- Our contact is the following: Autonomous Action of Moscow and editorial collective of Avtonom P. O. Box 13 109028 Moscow Russia ---- adm AT avtonom DOT org avtonom AT avtonom dot org ---- Our federal site is

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Avtonom #30 English summary. All articles in Russian language

Front cover: Illegal demonstration in Moscow in January 2009 after murder of
Stanislav Markelov and Anastasia Baburova.

Page 2: A liberal dead-end. Arina Mayhova writes about internal controversies
of contemporary Russian liberalism.


Page 3: Russian translation of CrimethInc. Interview of the Void
Network, âHow to organise an insurrectionâ. English version available here:
Page 10: Action chronicle â tree spiking in Butovo park of Moscow, leafletting
in city of Kropotkin, Antifa-March in Kiev 10th of October, anti-militarist
action in Minsk, Center of Counteraction against Extremism raids and closes
anti-fascist musical festival in Saratov, âMarch of administeredâ in Omsk,
guerilla gardening in Irkutsk, street gallery agianst police in Bolotnaya
square of Moscow, closing action of eco-camp against coal terminal in
Sevastopol, silent protest against âanti-extremist lawsâ in Ufa, anti-fascist
mixed martial arts tournament âNo surrenderâ In Moscow, support for workers
of Cherkisovo market and âDetski Mirâ toy chain store in Moscow, anarchist
pop art in Vinzavod gallery of Moscow.
Page 13: list of regional distributors of Avtonom
Page 14: âChernobylski shlyah 2009â in Minsk, report from the biggest annual
anti-nuclear demonstration in Europe.
Page 16: Stones to NATO. Eyewitness report by a Belarussian participant to
Anti-NATO protests in Strasbourg in April of 2009.
Page 21: Going it alone - translation of CrimethInc. Report from protest
against democrat and republican party conventions of 2008. English original
available here:


Page 28: Final crisis â Tere Valden argues why present model of world economic
has no future.
Page 29: Whatever you are told, it is a lie â Sergey Verepetov writes on how
nature of the current crisis is being falsified in both conservative
and âprogressiveâ media.
Page 30: Without a penny in Russia. Fyodor Tkachinskiy writes on how to
freeride through Russia by using local trains.
Page 32: Swedish, vodka and veganism. Gonzo-report of Gennady Radonezhkiy on
his euro-speaking tour to benefit Anarchist Black Cross of Moscow.
Page 38: Patriotism as a diagnosis. Stanislav Markelov is having a clear
position here.
Page 42: He was... Pyotr Ryabov commemorates Stanislav Markelov, whom he knew
for 15 years.
Page 43: Nastya. Anonymous friend writes down his memories on Anastasia
Baburova, murdered with Stanislav Markelov.
Page 48: What is real cost of a house? Interview of an anonymous fighter
against urban densification in Moscow.
Page 49: A shareholder. A short story from Moscow metro.
Page 50: Ad, authorities and poachers. On famous incident of president's
representative in Duma Aleksandr Kosopkin crashing in a helicopter with local
officials, while poaching rare Argalis in Altay mountains.
Page 52: On usefulness of reflection. Pyotr Ryabov reviews a new book series
of publishing house URSS, âReflections on anarchismâ.
Page 53: Internet did not killed anarchist press yet. Pyotr Ryabov reviews
anarchist papers and zines published during year in former Soviet Union,
including Anarkhiya of RKAS, Volnaya Sibir from Irkutsk, Volya from Moscow,
Libertarnaya mysl and Pryamoe deystvie of KRAS-AIT, Namerenie and Svoboda ili
Smert from Minsk, Situatsiya from Nizhni Novgorod and Moscow and Chernaya
Zvezda of MPST.

History of libertarian resistance

Page 56: Notes without a celebration. Pyotr Ryabov commemorates KAS
(Confederation of Anarcho-Syndicalists) in occasion of 20th anniversary of
the important but short-lived organisation, which once united vast majority
of all anarchists in the former Soviet Union.
Page 60: Thimbles of the history. Interview of historician Valery Stolov on
controversial presidential commission against âfalsification of historyâ,
which echoes Soviet-era politics of politicization of historical science.


Page 62: Organisational fetishism. Semen Vaynakhovsky makes a point that there
are no universal organisational models for social revolution, criticizing
dogmatics from both sides of the eternal anarchist debate on organisation.
Page 64: Lie and cheat. Translation of Practical Tips for
CrimethInc. Agents, English original available at
Page 68: Coming insurrection â extracts from a revolutionary bestseller. More
exactly, Russian translation of the â5th circleâ, English version of the
whole text available here:

Kind fists â skinhead bulletin inside Avtonom

Page 71: Interview of Oleg Rush from St. Petersburg, who used to sing in
Oi!-group Bukaneros and is now singing in Brigadir, hailing from the same
city and playing in the same genre.
Page 73: Interview of Ska-P from Spain, made in prior to their concert in

Loudspeaker (opinions)

Page 75: Is police an enemy worth of us? In opinion piece of Avtonomets, he is
proposing that current media frenzy against police brutality is managed by
authorities in order to find scapegoats for flaws which are inherent for the
Page 76: To trash or not to trash. Yulia Lizerginova comments moral panic,
which was raised in January 2009 in mainstream media after anarchists trashed
some windows and lamps in a demonstration after murder of Stanislav Markelov
and Anastasiya Baburova in Moscow.
Page 79: Anarchy, not chaos. Igor Adsov writes how you may live without state
and capitalism.

Mother of order â anarcho-feminist bulletin inside Avtonom

Page 80: Actions across the world in 8th of March 2009.

Anarchist Black Cross

Case of Marie Mason. List of anarchist and anti-fascist prisoners in Russia.
Amadeu Casellas, Enric Duran.


Page 82: On usefulness of unculture. Ilyas Falkovsky from Moscow art
group âPGâ criticizes separation of âhigh cultureâ from âmass cultureâ.
Page 83: A belief in good TV show. Valery Listev comments Slumdog millionaire.
Page 84: Music reviews: Brigadir/Krasny Horizon split, Gnev, Moscow ABC
benefit, Crowd Control/Agathocles split.
Page 90: Youth subcultures 20 years ago. Valery Listyev writes about photo
exhibition and book âHooligans of the 80'sâ, released in spring of 2009.

Loudspeaker (opinions - continued)

Page 91: Anarcho-communism and success in life. Sergey Sloschev continues
topic from the last issue. Announcements of various anarchist projects.

Back cover: Anti-anarchist advertisement from Finland.

Poster: Anarchist Calendar for year 2010

(source: http://avtonom.org/node/10307)
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