The Descent of WAG and the rise of ALARM!

This is the last post on the WAG website. Two years of Anarchy in the heart of the East End came to end when ALARM! (All London Anarchist Revolutionary Mob) met for the first time two weeks ago. Over 80 people turned up, crammed into a hot room above The Calthorpe Arms.

We came together to form a Class Struggle Street based Anarchist organisation, and we are in the process of doing that now. The main Mob will be meeting each week in different locations around London, to talk politics, decide on what actions were taking and sort out any problems.

Throughout London there are also borough groups being set up, Islington, Camden, Waltham forest, Newham, Lambeth, Southwark, Croydon, Barnet, Greenwich, Hackney, Harrow, Hammersmith & Fulham, and of course Tower Hamlets all have ALARM groups up and running, with more forming each week.

This blog has always walked a fine line between local and national news, we’ve been active and been at the front of most battles over the past few years, and we are hoping ALARM will continue this on a London wide level, but for updates from Tower Hamlets please tune into

6 responses to “The Descent of WAG and the rise of ALARM!

  1. good bye and good luck WAG. its been fun x

  2. any borough in kingston upon thames or any area nearby?

  3. A name change?
    Movement or mob?

  4. @whitechapelanarchist

    Well maybe yes but first I would prefer to have a conversation about the alarm thing with you guys or even better you could let me know when is the next assembly and meet up and have a chat there. I do not really agree with the secretary thing and also I would like to know what is the relation that the boroughs have with the main group and how you take decisions?

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