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Formation of Anarchist Communists Meanjin

category indonesia / philippines / australia | anarchist movement | press release author Mittwoch Januar 06, 2021 19:10author by Anarchist Communists Meanjin Report this post to the editors

In Brisbane, Australia

The struggle for a new world has been a long one and has been contributed to by countless individuals and organisations in that time. While the path often seems long and sometimes hopeless we believe that a new world is not just possible, but necessary for our survival. We hope that with this new organisation we like so many before us can play a part in making this vision become reality.
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Formation of Anarchist Communists Meanjin

Brisbane, Australia

We are excited to officially announce the formation of Anarchist Communists Meanjin!

We are an organisation of revolutionaries who share a common vision of a new world – an anarchist communist world - where people collectively control their workplaces, communities and land, where all needs are met and all people are able to flourish. A world where power and decision making flow from the bottom up and society is organised for peoples’ aspirations, passions, and needs rather than profit, where we can live sustainability with the planet and where oppressive social structures based on racism, imperialism, patriarchy and heteronormativity are a thing of the past.

We believe that this vision can only be brought about through the revolutionary power of the working class organised in the workplaces, communities, schools, and streets in order to overthrow the state and capitalism, thereby enacting a social revolution and building a new world from below.

As those actively seeking to construct this vision we are inspired by the traditions of anarchist-communism, Marxism, especifismo, platformism, women’s liberation, queer liberation, decolonisation, abolitionism, anti-racism and the history of global struggle for liberation. We are inspired by a long tradition of struggle and by all the revolutionaries before us, whose tireless work and commitment have laid the path we follow today. Most importantly we acknowledge that First Nations Peoples fight against invasion and colonisation is the longest ongoing struggle within So-Called Australia and is central to any possibility of social change on this continent today.
We believe in the need for a political home from which to organise ourselves and put forward our vision. We believe in the need to create spaces for the development of new revolutionaries that allow the grouping together of similarly minded militants in order to facilitate the development of all.

We see the need to build a specifically anarchist communist organisation united around a common set of ideas, strategy, and practice. We believe that political organisations should speak to the needs of our time, and act as a catalyst in struggles to expand their revolutionary potential. Revolutionary organisation should be a vehicle to build, contribute to, and learn from social struggles and eventually act as a motor for social revolution.

While we have formed out of Unite, Anarchist Communists Meanjin is a new and completely separate organisation based upon a greater unity of theory and action. Unite will continue on in its amazing work, particularly the running of Common House, one of the most vibrant centres of radical organising in Meanjin, and one they hope to open up even more like minded groups in the future. You can follow their amazing work and get in touch here - https://www.facebook.com/UniteCommonHouseBNE

We would like to make clear that the formation of Anarchist Communists Meanjin is not a split from Unite but rather the result of a group of comrades developing and expanding their politics in new ways, which eventually required the formation of an entirely new organisation.

For those interested in getting involved with Anarchist Communists Meanjin we can be reached either through our facebook or our website https://acmeanjin.org

You can also find out more information about our politics & strategy on our website, as well as ongoing streams of propaganda and education.

Watch this space for events in the future, we plan to hold regular public reading groups & discussion nights starting on the 19th where we will be reading and discussing a range of articles on ‘Especifismo’, a variant of anarchist communist organising birthed in Latin America, from which we are heavily influenced.

The struggle for a new world has been a long one and has been contributed to by countless individuals and organisations in that time. While the path often seems long and sometimes hopeless we believe that a new world is not just possible, but necessary for our survival. We hope that with this new organisation we like so many before us can play a part in making this vision become reality.

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In 2014, it will take place from 10am-6pm on Saturday the 9th of August.

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Join us for an exploration of the global history and impact of anarchist and syndicalist ideas and strategies with international author Michael Schmidt!

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website4.jpg imageMelbourne Anarchist Bookfair 21:50 Mo 08 Aug by Dmitri 0 comments

Please forward and post to your friends, networks, pets' facebook pages etc etc What: Anarchist Melbourne Bookfair Where: Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford. When: 10am-6pm, Saturday the 13th of August. On the 13th of August Melbourne will be having its first Anarchist Bookfair!

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On Saturday August 13th, from 10am-6pm, there will be an Anarchist Bookfair

3596025646_80283cee39.jpg imageNobody to vote for 20:43 Mi 18 Aug by MACG 0 comments

Only the working class can solve the burning issues of our time, and we can only do it through organisation in the workplace and the community. We will build a society of liberty, equality and solidarity, but we will do it without Parliaments and other top-down bodies. We will do it through a world-wide workers' revolution.

textMACG web site 19:40 Sa 22 Mär by Melb. Anarchist Communist Group 0 comments

The Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group is pleased to announce that its web site is now on line.

imageMAY DAY 2016 Mai 01 by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group 0 comments

The labour movement in Melbourne, though far declined from its former strength, has neither totally given up the ghost nor been allowed quarter by its enemies. Unions campaign for health and safety, against insecure work and against the use of temporary work visas to undermine labour standards. The campaigns, though, are undermined by the conservatism and timidity of the union officials, their support for the Labor Party and their nationalist focus on “Aussie jobs”, which interferes with building the necessary solidarity between local workers and super-exploited migrant workers. Meanwhile, the capitalists are proceeding with legislation to destroy the construction workers' union (CFMEU) and bring the entire union movement under close State supervision.

imageOrganising Anarchy in Contemporary in Australia Aug 23 by Kieran Bennett 2 comments

The first task of any small political group is to understand the situation in which they seek to operate. Understanding the economic, political and social situation in a given society shows a political group the way forward; it allows us to identify what opportunities exist, what challenges we are likely to encounter, and what our capacity is likely to be in responding to these.

textAbout anarchism in the Philippines Jul 16 by Filipino anarchism researcher 6 comments

During the famous Philippine revolution against Spain there were prominent intellectuals and key persons to the revolution who were briefly influenced by the anarchists in the west. Recently, there was an anarchist network organised in the big area of Manila

imageCelebration of Jack Grancharoff's life Jun 20 MACG (personal capacity) 0 comments

As many of you know, Jack 'The Anarchist' Grancharoff died on the 15th of May, at his home in Quaama, South Coast of New South Wales, Australia, aged 91. He died 'with his boots on' - he seemed to have risen from a chair, with an open book and a glass of something interesting on the table, collapsed onto the floor and was found a day or two later.

imageThe 4th annual Melbourne Anarchist Bookfair Jul 26 MACG 0 comments

The 4th annual Melbourne Anarchist Bookfair is an opportunity for all people to read, listen, discuss, share skills and knowledge workshops and talks, socialise and partake in a diverse range of activities around political, cultural, environmental and social justice issues. The bookfair, part of a global network of around 100 bookfairs, is a free event held annually at the Abbotsford Convent (St Heliers Street, Abbotsford).

In 2014, it will take place from 10am-6pm on Saturday the 9th of August.

imageGlobal Fire Mär 04 Anarkismo 0 comments

Join us for an exploration of the global history and impact of anarchist and syndicalist ideas and strategies with international author Michael Schmidt!

image2nd Melbourne Anarchist Bookfair Aug 02 MACG (personal capacity) 0 comments

The Anarchist Melbourne Bookfair will be a free event held at Abbotsford Convent (St Heliers Street, Abbotsford) from 10am-6pm on Saturday 4th of August. The bookfair consists of up to 40 stalls of independent book-sellers and activist groups. Alongside the stalls there will be about 21 one-hour workshops running all day on all kinds of anarchist and direct action topics.

imageMelbourne Anarchist Bookfair Aug 08 MACG 0 comments

Please forward and post to your friends, networks, pets' facebook pages etc etc What: Anarchist Melbourne Bookfair Where: Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford. When: 10am-6pm, Saturday the 13th of August. On the 13th of August Melbourne will be having its first Anarchist Bookfair!

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