Thomas Sankara and Burkina Faso's “Black Spring” 16:08 Feb 09 0 comments
Reflexiones energéticas en torno a la tragedia de París 17:19 Jan 15 0 comments
El gobierno francés co-responsable de la masacre de "Charlie Hebdo" 19:06 Jan 12 0 comments
Charlie Hebdo and the hypocrisy of pencils 18:53 Jan 12 0 comments
In Rojava: People’s War is not Class War 04:10 Dec 27 2 commentsmore >>
Recent articles by Mazen Kamalmaz
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Reflexiones sobre la revolución siria 0 comments
Réflexions sur la révolution syrienne 1 commentsRecent Articles about International Imperialism / War
Arab dictatorships launching their biggest attack on the masses
Latest news from our Syrian comrade Mazen Kamalmaz: The situation looks quite bleak for the future of the Arab peoples' revolutions: the official machine of the regimes' repression is unleashed to its maximum in several countries, threatening to put down by brutal force the uprisings of the Libyan, Bahraini and Yemeni masses. Our solidarity is needed in terms of actions of support!
Arab dictatorships launching their biggest attack on the masses
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We are winning in Kobanê Today, and in All Kurdistan Tomorrow! 02:53 Tue 27 Jan 0 comments
Today, the gangs that the states created for their interests are running away though the ruins they are leaving behind in Kobanê. While the victory of resistance is echoing in the free streets of Kobanê, the
Response to Gaza Bombings in Manhattan - demonstration today in front of the israeli consulate 18:58 Sun 28 Dec 1 comments
When news from the destruction of Gaza- which has claimed more than 200 lives- reached New York City, communities jumped into action.
Mayday 2008: A Fine Day for the Working Class 19:03 Mon 05 May 0 comments
For those of us involved in the fight for workers' power, the 1st of May gave us much to be cheerful about. Traditionally a day to celebrate working class solidarity and militancy, workers in America and Iraq, marked May 1st with a wonderful demonstration of both of these fine qualities.
The Sino-American Arms Race Begins 01:41 Fri 19 Jan 0 comments
The Chinese gov't just tested a ASAT (anti-satellite attack) system successfully. The US is bound to respond by ratcheting up its warmarking capabilities in space.
Military-Recruitment Station shutdown in Pittsburgh- help urgently needed! 06:27 Sun 21 Aug 0 comments
POG Shuts Down Military-Recruitment Station in Pittsburgh
Solidarity with the Kurdish women's and popular resistance Oct 15 0 comments
The civil war in Syria has brought new elements to the situation of the Kurdish region. Inspired by various popular traditions of resistance, a significant sector of Kurds participate in an experience that should be looked at carefully by all revolutionary sectors.
The war to end all wars Aug 06 0 comments
One hundred years ago today, Germany declared war on Belgium and Britain declared war on Germany. Starting with the assassination of an Archduke in Sarajevo on 28 June, an escalating series of mobilisations and declarations over five weeks ended up being the first truly World War.
The rise of Russia in the international system Sep 26 0 comments
Vladimir Putin, ex-KGB agent, is a man with close ties to the oil giant Gazprom, whose power is based in the Russian security apparatus and strengthened by his governments. [Português]
South Africa’s rulers have blood on their hands Apr 18 0 comments
Many people in South Africa were shocked by the death of at least 13 South African National Defence Force (SANDF) troops when rebels overran their base in the capital of the Central African Republic (CAR). Amongst the public and within the media questions soon started arising around the possible reasons why troops were in CAR to begin with. When it emerged that troops were possibly partly deployed to protect businesses in CAR linked to top African National Congress (ANC) officials, there was widespread outrage. The fact that South African troops were involved in protecting the political and economic interests of wealthy people linked to the South African state in CAR, and other African countries, should perhaps, however, not come as a surprise. Throughout its history, whether during apartheid or post apartheid, the South African state – which is controlled by the ruling class and headed up by members of this class - has been most willing to deploy troops in parts of Africa to protect the political, economic and strategic interests of the South African ruling class.
Class Struggle Anarchist Statement on Gaza Jan 16 3 comments
Workers Solidarity Alliance statement on situation in Gazamore >>
War is hell Apr 25 Anarkismo 1 comments
There are two possible futures. In one of them, the conflicts between the imperialist countries, and between them and China, will grow until some miscalculation leads to a nuclear war which could destroy humanity. The other possibility, the only means of avoiding that fate, is a workers' revolution to abolish capitalism and eliminate the causes of war. We can do it and we start by building the labour movement and taking a stand against militarism today. Instead of idolising the Anzacs, we should mourn them, and instead of glorifying the military, we should oppose its very existence.
The man who knew too much May 05 Anarkismo 0 comments
Statement of Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group. [Italiano]
Australian Imperialism Apr 24 Anarkismo 0 comments
Unlike the capitalists, the working class can unite across national boundaries. We can sweep away the capitalists and their State, with its armies, police and prisons. We can build libertarian communism, a world of peace and plenty, a world of both freedom and security. We can and we must.
Italy 90 years ago: World War I ends Nov 04 FdCA 0 comments
90 years later, let 4 November be a day for repudiating war, for anti-militarism and non-violence between peoples, for ceasefires and the de-militarization of all war zones, for the withdrawal of the Italian army and all armies from fake peace-keeping missions. [Italiano]
NATO out of Afghanistan Apr 14 AL 0 comments
The French State has chosen military escalation in Afghanistan. Not only will it increase its manpower on the ground, which will increase to 2,700 soldiers this summer up from the current figure of 1,700, but it will be sending a battalion of 700 soldiers to a combat zone of much more intensity than the area of Kabul where most of the French task force is currently concentrated. [ Français ]more >>