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The Free Association/Leeds May Day Group is an ongoing project. We're variously www.brainy-trading.com/axie-infinity-game-overview based in Leeds, Halifax, Chicago etc although we find ourselves at home nowhere (and everywhere). Similarly there’s usually five or six of us but our number is actually legion.
We can be contacted here.

 

On the road item3 HTML item3PDF item3MP3

Chapter published in Shut Them Down!: The G8, Gleneagles 2005 and the Movement of Movements, December 2005.

Event Horizon item3HTML item3PDF

Pamphlet first distributed at Gleneagles, July 2005.

Machinic Assemblages EP item3MP3

Seven track EP released May 2005 under the name Rebibbia Showers.

Summits and Plateaus item3HTML item3PDF

Leaflet on summit mobilisations, first distributed at the Anarchist Bookfair, London, November 2004.

Moments of Excess item3HTML item3PDF

Pamphlet first distributed at the autonomous spaces and Life Despite Capitalism forum at the European Social Forum, London, October 2004.
Notes from the Moments of Excess workshop are available here.

Paris 2003 item3 PIC

A taster of our workshop at the European Social Forum, Paris, November https://www.brainy-trading.com/binomo .

What is the movement? item3HTML
Che cos’ il movemento? item3HTML

Written in response to Derive Approdi magazine’s Open Letter to the European Movements and published (in Italian) in Derive Approdi, n.22, coinciding with the European Social Forum, Florence, November 2002.

IDENTITY=DOMINATION item3 PDF

Published in Sic: the magazine of no value, September 2002.

The Return of the Tortoise item3HTML item3PDF

Written by Keir and published in Sic: the magazine of no value, September 2002. A revised version has been published in David Solnit, ed., Globalize Liberation: How to Uproot the System and Build a Better World (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2004).

Anti-Capitalist Movements item3HTML

Originally commissioned for a book on ‘anti-capitalism’, the book’s editor http://brainy-trading.com/axie-infinity-game-overview decided that it was “too militant, not academic enough” (amongst other failings) and chose not to use it. It was published on The Commoner website, December 2001.

When Two Sevens Clash: Punk and Autonomia item3HTML

Presented by Keir at No Future conference, September 2001.

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