ST LOUIS: Propaganda Calls to Fight ICE with Fire

By Mike Talavera Incendiary received the following photos of various propaganda actions taken across St. Louis calling for the masses to combat and resist Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Around the city, flyers, graffiti, and a banner dropped over a highway have popularized the call to “Fight ICE with Fire,” a slogan used by revolutionaries across the US. In an editorial this month, the Incendiary … Continue reading ST LOUIS: Propaganda Calls to Fight ICE with Fire

El Primero de Mayo a través de los Estados Unidos

Editado por Mike Talavera, con contribuciones de Gabriel Roshan, Jennifer Kelly, y Jenna Humphrey Además de las marchas del Primero de Mayo en Austin y Los Ángeles, muchas otras ciudades celebraron el Día Internacional de los Trabajadores el pasado miércoles. Estas marchas y acciones, modestas pero militantes, demuestran una clara ruptura con la izquierda mayoritaria de los Estados Unidos que ha descuidado el Día de … Continue reading El Primero de Mayo a través de los Estados Unidos

ST. LOUIS: Antifascists Vandalize Home of Self-Proclaimed Nazi

By a St. Louis Antifascist. The cover photo was posted on self-proclaimed Nazi Chris Zugmaier’s social media. Last Sunday night, St. Louis antifascists carried out a coordinated attack on the home of self-proclaimed Nazi, Chris Zugmaier at 6358 Bancroft Avenue. The action was carried out after prolonged agitation on Zugmaier’s street and surrounding working-class neighborhoods urging action against the fascist. This effort was met with … Continue reading ST. LOUIS: Antifascists Vandalize Home of Self-Proclaimed Nazi

May Day Across the US

Edited by Mike Talavera, with contributions from Gabriel Roshan, Jennifer Kelly, and Jenna Humphrey In addition to the May Day marches in Austin and Los Angeles, many other cities celebrated International Workers’ Day last Wednesday. These modest but militant marches, actions, and performances demonstrate a clear break from the mainstream US left that has neglected the workers’ holiday for years. These examples show signs of … Continue reading May Day Across the US