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A Short Critique of the Philippine ND/MLM Vanguard

Anarchipelago Kollective responds to National Democratic criticisms against them.

Anarki: Akin ang Buhay Ko — Sariling Determinasyon at Pagpapasya Tungo sa Panlipunang Rebolusyon

An introduction to Anarchy written in Filipino.

Against a Quarantine with Martial Law Characteristics

The lockdown quarantine in the Philippines is effectively martial law. This is an anarchist perspective on the COVID-19 crisis.

An Anarchist and Filipino Diaspora Perspective on the COVID-19 Pandemic

A perspective of a Filipino-American on the COVID-19 crisis.

Towards an Anarchism in the Philippine Archipelago

A pamphlet arguing for an anarchist alternative for the archipelago known as the Philippines.

Quarantine

Some thoughts on the lockdown and the COVID-19 crisis written by an anarchist in the Philippines.

covid-19 lockdown: quarantine reflections

An anarchist perspective on the COVID-19 quarantine and lock down in Metro Manila.

Kontra Corona, Kontra Pulitika

An anarchist statement on the current COVID-19 crisis written by an anarchist in the Philippines.

Ang Virus ay Hindi Buhay, Samakatuwid Hindi Mapapatay

A pamphlet on the current COVID-19 pandemic, translated by an anarchist in the Philippines.

Sa Pag-Usab Sa Tanang Butang: usa ka anarkistang pagsangpit

CrimethInc's classic pamphlet on anarchism, To Change Everything translated into Bisaya/Cebuano.

Repormer At Pulitiko

A translation of Alexander Berkman's “Reformer and Politician” from What is Communist Anarchism?

Three Stars and a Sun [bahay kubo kahit munti]

An introduction to antistatism and antinationalism for a Philippine audience.

Anarkiya at Pamahalaan

An excerpt from Errico Malatesta's "Anarchy" translated into Filipino.

The Ifugao—People without Government

An anarchist anthropological review of the Ifugao people who constructed elaborate rice terraces without forming a government structure.

What is Egoism?

An introduction to Egoism for a Philippine audience.

Intervention on the Filipino Mindpsace: Identity and Belonging in an age of Social Media

An introduction to post-situtationist theory for a Philippine audience.

Abusing Resilience: The Filipino in the face of Disaster

An article critiquing resilience in the context of work under capitalism.

There is no “Natural Balance”

An introduction to social ecological thinking for a Philippine audience.

“Di ka naman tunay na aktibista”: Reflections on Philippine Leftist exclusionism

A reflection of exclusionary and toxic practices experienced in the activist spaces in the Philippine Left and on answering what it means to do activism.

Sketches of an Archipelagic Poetics of Postcolonial Belonging

An non-state and non-nationalist sketch for the archipelago known as the Philippines.