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Who Were the Kronstadt Rebels? A Russian Anarchist Perspective on the Uprising

A newly-translated article on the composition of the Kronstadt rebels, drawing on primary materials not available in English. This article by Andrey Kalyonov was translated by Bryan Gigantino and first published by Crimethinc.

The 14 year old Minecraft-”terrorists” of Russia

Denis Mikhaylenko and Nikita Uvarov

Kansk is a city with a population of 90 000 in Siberia, Russia. The
closest city with a million inhabitants is Krasnoyarsk, 250 kilometers
westwards. Two boys, who turned 15 years old last year, Nikita Uvarov
and Denis Mikhaylenko, have been in jail since last summer, accused of
plotting a terrorist attack. According to the charges, they were, among
other things, planning to build the headquarters of the Russian security
service FSB in Minecraft, and to blow it up there. During the Soviet
Era, the FSB had different names, the last before the disintegration of
the Soviet union being FSB.

Butchery In Chechnya

In the run up to the presidential elections, a war in Chechnya is a useful distraction from the economic chaos and corruption of daily life in Russia.

Article from Black Flag #219 (2000).

International News - Black Flag #219 (2000)

Shorter international news items from Black Flag #219 (2000)

Letter from Russia: On the Protests of January 23

A report from anarchists in Russia, describing the situation there during the protests of January 23, in which tens of thousands across the country rallied in response to the arrest of opposition leader Aleksei Navalny—expressing anger that runs much deeper. This article was first published by Crimethinc.

“Now and then the flame dies down, but solidarity is a stream of sparks”

Ilya Shakursky in court

Ilya Shakursky, an antifascist political prisoner in Russia, appeals to people to write to him, and to others imprisoned in the infamous “Network” case. See a note at the end about where to send messages

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Welcome to Father Frost Against 2021 - festival

Please note that because of border closures due to the COVID-19
pandemic, the festival will most likely be postponed to the spring or
summer of 2021, and held under a different name. The new festival date
will be announced no later than December 1. On December 1, we will share
information about how to apply for a Finnish visa and crossing the border.