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May Day 2020 Mai 01 20 by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group

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Education for revolution: Anarcho-syndicalist pedagogy for South Afric... Nov 21 19 by Mandy Moussouris and Shawn Hattingh

Occupy London Ontario Callout for Anti Capitalist Boc

category international | workplace struggles | press release author Samstag Januar 14, 2012 10:58author by Mike Roy - Occupy London Ontarioauthor email cabl3.cable at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

Occupy London Ontario Callout for Anti Capitalist Boc!

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Occupy London Ontario
Occupy London Ontario

Occupy London Ontario is calling on Occupy groups, Anarchists and everyone to join us for a Day of Action against Caterpillar, in an anti-capitalist bloc. This will coincide with the Ontario Federation of Labour’s rally. We expect thousands, if not tens of thousands of people to converge upon our city for this action, and we would like to express ourselves in Solidarity! Please bring your banners, flags, signs and let's fight back for the working class!!

We will gather @ 12 noon in the south-east corner of Victoria Park, at the cenotaph at Wellington and Dufferin across from London City Hall. We will then join the Labour rally in progress.

Also see: http://www.facebook.com/occupylondonontario and http://www.occupylondononca.org

Video from the lockout: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tneyTc3dltw

~mike roy

Verwandter Link: http://linchpin.ca/English/Occupy-London-Ontario-Callout-Anti-Capitalist-Boc
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drapeau_noir.jpg imageMay Day 2020 18:55 Fr 01 Mai by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group 0 comments

The struggle against the coronavirus pandemic is one that can only be won by an act of unprecedented human solidarity. Through that act the values of a new world can be born. But turning those values into reality requires the working class. Only the working class: global, multi- racial, multicultural and gender diverse, has the potential strength to uproot the power of capital at its source and steer a new course. We can start by defending health and safety for all workers and by fighting for adequate resources for the health care system. We can extend the struggle by defending civil liberties and opposing austerity. And we can culminate it with a revolution to overthrow capitalism and create libertarian communism, worldwide.

mayday.jpg imageMay Day 2018 15:49 Di 01 Mai by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group (MACG) 0 comments

This statement was distributed at noon on May Day at the 8 Hour Monument in Melbourne

2.jpg imageMay Day 2017 09:56 Mo 01 Mai by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group (MACG) 0 comments

On May Day we commemorate the past, but we also look to the future. There is no reason to be confident in capitalist economic recovery. There are many reasons to struggle against the horrors of oppression, unemployment, environmental devastation and war that capitalism dishes up. Workers can solve these problems for good. We can make a revolution and, as we do, the mass democratic workers' organisations we create will be the basis of the new society, worldwide. In this new society, each will contribute according to their ability and each receive according to their need. We will have no need of a State apparatus to enforce the dictates of a privileged elite. We will live a life of peace, freedom and equality. We have nothing to lose but our chains.

masas.jpg imageUnion organizations from Africa, America, Asia and Europe meet in Paris 20:02 Fr 22 Mär by Confederación General del Trabajo 0 comments

The Confederación General del Trabajo (Spain), the Union Syndicale Solidaires (France) and the Central Sindical e Popular Conlutas (Brazil) have extended an international invitation to all organizations that consider themselves part of the combative trade union movement and see the need for social transformation to an international trade union meeting to be held in Paris from 22 to 24 March in order to work towards the coordination of alternative trade-unionism on an international level. [Castellano]

710_d22.jpg imageMay Day 19:42 So 01 Mai by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group 0 comments

Leaflet of Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group (MACG) distributed at todays May Day rally and events in Melbourne.

maser06_1.gif imageNo Capitalism Without Crisis 20:24 Fr 30 Apr by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group 1 comments

On May Day, we put forward our alternative. It is libertarian communism, a society without governments or bosses. A society of peace and freedom, of justice and equality. We can build a new world. It is the only way out of the irrational, unjust and unsustainable one we live in today. [中文] [Ελληνικά] [العربية] [Castellano]

textThe European Union & the new social order 22:31 Mo 26 Mai by Confederación General de Trabajo 1 comments

On 18 October 2007, the European Council met in Lisbon and adopted the new Treaty of the Union, a mini-Treaty of what was once the European Constitution Project and a reform of the current EU Treaty drawn up in Nice 2000. At the same time, the president of the European Commissionsion and the President of the Council at the time, announced the signing of a principle of agreement on flexicurity in the EU, between the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) and European employers.

imageEducation for revolution: Anarcho-syndicalist pedagogy for South Africa Nov 21 by Mandy Moussouris and Shawn Hattingh 0 comments

Mandy Moussouris and Shawn Hattingh explain the roots and principles of anarcho-syndicalism and what these mean for the practice of worker education in movements inspired by these principles and traditions. Emphasising the democratic practice, working class rooted, organic and critical nature of the pedagogy, they explain that the practice seeks to intersect employed and unemployed women and men. Practically, the education provides a platform for post-revolutionary practice of direct democracy at the point of production and, thus, naturally included practical skills such as trades, accounting and sciences.

imageThe people’s movement desperately needs working class solidarity Jan 06 by Zaher Baher 0 comments

This article is about the lack of working class’ support to the people’s movement. It analyses the current situation that surrounds working class and the factors that may contribute in weakening it almost everywhere. In the meantime the article considers the rule of working class as essential and crucial in prevailing any movement or any uprising.

imageFrom union renewal to a self-managed society Dez 13 by Lucien van der Walt 0 comments

Trade union renewal is essential but should not be reduced to democratising structures or new recruitment methods. Renewal should centre on a bottom-up movement based on rank-and-file reform movements, and the direct action of workers as a precondition for radical redistribution of power and wealth to workers, community assemblies and councils in a self-managed, egalitarian order based on participatory planning and distribution by need. It must be rooted in an anarcho-syndicalist understanding that unions can profoundly change society.

imageThe working class Okt 23 by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group 0 comments

The struggle of the working class is linked to the revolution in three ways. First, the struggle is located where capital gets its power – in the workplace. Second, the struggle over wages and conditions shows that economic crises are inevitable within capitalism and the looming threat of an irresolvable crisis is ever growing. And third, it is only through struggle that the working class will learn the iron solidarity necessary for revolution. As it casts aside all reactionary prejudices (what Marx called “the muck of ages”), the working class will remake itself as a body of free and equal people fit for a libertarian communist society.

imageResist-Occupy-Produce: What can Anarchists and Syndicalists Learn from Factory Take-Overs and Worker... Mai 10 by Leroy Maisiri & Lucien van der Walt 0 comments

The remarkable “recovered factories” (fábricas recuperadas) movement saw hundreds of closed factories reopened by the workers, run democratically, creating jobs and helping working class and poor communities. It showed that there is only so much protesting can accomplish – at some point you have to create something new. But it also shows it is essential that such alternative sites of production form alliances with, and become embedded, in other movements of the working class, poor and peasantry, including unions and unemployed movements. This assists them in building larger struggles, and provides them with some protection from the capitalist market and the state. It is meanwhile important for unions and social movements to start to systematically develop alternatives to capitalist- and state- run social services and media. However, it is simply impossible to escape capitalism by creating cooperatives, social centres or alternative spaces –almost all means of production remain in ruling class hands, secured by force and backed by huge bureaucracies. It is essential to build a mass revolutionary front of unions and other movements, embracing popularly-run social services, media and production, and aiming at complete socialisation of the economy and of decision-making through a revolutionary rupture.

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imageMay Day 2020 Mai 01 Anarkismo Editorial Group 0 comments

The struggle against the coronavirus pandemic is one that can only be won by an act of unprecedented human solidarity. Through that act the values of a new world can be born. But turning those values into reality requires the working class. Only the working class: global, multi- racial, multicultural and gender diverse, has the potential strength to uproot the power of capital at its source and steer a new course. We can start by defending health and safety for all workers and by fighting for adequate resources for the health care system. We can extend the struggle by defending civil liberties and opposing austerity. And we can culminate it with a revolution to overthrow capitalism and create libertarian communism, worldwide.

imageMay Day 2018 Mai 01 Anarkismo 0 comments

This statement was distributed at noon on May Day at the 8 Hour Monument in Melbourne

imageMay Day 2017 Mai 01 Anarkismo 0 comments

On May Day we commemorate the past, but we also look to the future. There is no reason to be confident in capitalist economic recovery. There are many reasons to struggle against the horrors of oppression, unemployment, environmental devastation and war that capitalism dishes up. Workers can solve these problems for good. We can make a revolution and, as we do, the mass democratic workers' organisations we create will be the basis of the new society, worldwide. In this new society, each will contribute according to their ability and each receive according to their need. We will have no need of a State apparatus to enforce the dictates of a privileged elite. We will live a life of peace, freedom and equality. We have nothing to lose but our chains.

imageUnion organizations from Africa, America, Asia and Europe meet in Paris Mär 22 CGT 0 comments

The Confederación General del Trabajo (Spain), the Union Syndicale Solidaires (France) and the Central Sindical e Popular Conlutas (Brazil) have extended an international invitation to all organizations that consider themselves part of the combative trade union movement and see the need for social transformation to an international trade union meeting to be held in Paris from 22 to 24 March in order to work towards the coordination of alternative trade-unionism on an international level. [Castellano]

imageMay Day Mai 01 Anarkismo 0 comments

Leaflet of Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group (MACG) distributed at todays May Day rally and events in Melbourne.

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