Brisbane’s G20 Summit could get anarchist ugly

For the past month, anarchist online activity in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane has gone strangely quiet.  Knowing this feral hate lot, something is afoot.

But with Federal Attorney General George Brandis passing laws of late to crack down on home grown terrorism and to increase the surveillance powers of ASIO and the Federal Police, the likes of Antifa, Socialist Alliance, Socialist Alternative and Slackbastard have found more secure communications outside the now more monitored social media channels.

Socialist Alliance

That the G20 visit on Friday November 14, 2014 has been specially declared a public holiday, means that the Australian and Queensland Governments are being extra cautious by effectively clearing the Brisbane CBD of office workers.

University of Melbourne, September 12, 2014

Nonetheless, useful anarchists sites that we keep a watching brief on:


Brisbane Solidarity Network

Socialist Alternative

Socialist Alternative Facebook Page

Socialist Alliance Brisbane

Slackbastard Facebook Page

Anarchist Affinity:

4ZZZ Brisbane Radio  102.1 FM

3CR Melbourne Community Radio 855AM

2SER Sydney Radio  107.3

ABC Radio JJJ ‘Sunday Night Safran’

Black Bloc:


Plan B:

Jura Books, 440 Parramatta Rd, Petersham NSW:

Brisbane Solidarity Network

Melbourne Anarchist Club


Anarchist Perspective

Australian Museum of Squatting

Indymedia Australia

Good Old Slackbastard

G20 Toronto Riot