Category Archives: Articles

Longer articles giving my political take on some aspect of society.

Children of the Commune

This short piece investigating what life could be like for children in a communist society first appeared in Organise! #81. “You must understand that once we have property in common, and establish on a solid moral and material base the principle … Continue reading

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Grangemouth and the need for rank-and-file solidarity

This article first appeared in the Autonomy Freesheet #3: There has been a lot of speculation about how ready and willing workers at Grangemouth have been to take industrial action. Looking at the actions of the Ineos bosses, Unite the … Continue reading

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The Fundamental Requirement for Organised Safer Space

This article will be a very basic introduction to the foundations of safer spaces, community accountability and transformational justice that arise from elements present from the very inception of anarchism as a political philosophy. These concepts are responses to verbal, … Continue reading

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Tactical Critique of the Radical Independence Conference, 2012

(This is a repost of an article that originally appeared on the Glasgow Anarchists blog. I’m reposting as my planned writing schedule has taken a back-seat this week to some unplanned drama. Note to flatmate: Do not give spare set of keys … Continue reading

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Stand-offish Anarchists

The unity of the left is a strange beast that often rears it’s confused head, telling anarchists that we have to come play nicely alongside the political parties and representative trade unions of the authoritarian left, then resorts to calling … Continue reading

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Two Dirty Words

There are many branches of political thought to which people subscribe. While some obscure or outdated philosophies still have lip-service given to them in passing during our mainstream education I am somewhat disappointed that one long, noble and constantly adapting … Continue reading

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