Issue #61 of Mutiny zine has hit the interwebs. Of note is an interview with a Greek hound and a report of a surreal attempt by a policeman to get involved with Jura (Sydney).
The Dole Army was a classic hoax perpetrated by some Melbourne anarchists in 2002.
Sunday August 7: 12:00pm meeting, 1pm poster run.
Some members of MAC have come together to form a working group around spreading anarchist propaganda in Melbourne. We want to spread radical ideas in artistic and creative ways: posters, art, stickers, publications distribution, and anything else you can think of. All those interested welcome to attend.
The Wolves At The Door is a new and irregular journal coming out of the anarchist crew in Sydney.
If you'd like to know about upcoming events at the space, please feel free to join the MAC Announce list at Google Groups here.
MAC is open to the public on
Saturdays, 11am5pm [AS OF AUGUST 2012 MAC IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM MIDDAY TO 5PM].
Come check out the library, the bookshop, or watch a radical DVD. We've also got copies of our publication Black Light as well as many other anarchist and radical zines available. If you're interested in getting involved in MAC, Sundays is a good day to drop in to talk to other members of the club about using the space or getting involved.
MAC is located at 62 St Georges Rd, Northcote.
This Sunday from 5pm some of the comrades have decided to start up the Fantin Reading Group again, with a session on the topic of voting and state elections. Very topical! I'm sure we'll all be ready for a dose of political reality after Saturday's election. The readings aren't on the blog just yet, but can be found on the MARC Announce list (including a funny one by Adam Bandt, check it out). All welcome.
November 6. On Saturday afternoon we'll be showing some films documenting ecological and social struggles in Chile. The films have been produced by the anarchist filmmaking collective Sinapsis from Santiago, and include English subtitles.
November 1214. Over the weekend, the Latin American Solidarity Network (LASNET) is holding a conference at Trades Hall. The themes of the conference are 'Defending Workers and Indigenous Rights' and 'Building Bridges and Global Resistance against Multinational Corporations' and it will feature many speakers from Australia and overseas.
Later in the month we'll be holding an Open Day at the space.
November 12. There's the End the Housing Crisis! No More Band-Aid Solutions rally presented by City Is Ours on Friday. Meet at Housing Minister Richard Wynne's office, 112 Smith Street, Collingwood at 4:30pm.
7:00pm, Friday, October 22
Melbourne Freedom Club presents film screening, performance, talk.
7:00pm, Saturday, October 23
Dutch Squatting Info Night
New anti-squatting law introduced on October 1, 2010. Film and disco re resistances.