Arab Spring and Syrian Refugee Crisis: Ten Theses for Discussion 16:26 Nov 18 0 comments
Référendum: voulez vous que les patrons nous exploitent, oui ou non? 17:01 Jul 04 0 comments
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FIFA and the United States: The Russian Connection 18:00 Jun 10 0 comments
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The Fifth..Enters the Sixth 0 comments
A Free and Just Healthcare System 1 commentsRecent Articles about International Miscellaneous
Global Health Watch
international | miscellaneous | news report Thursday July 21, 2005 01:49 by jj - northstar anarchist collective mnacollective at yahoo dot com
A Step Forward
The sad fact is that most of these health problems can be easily avoided if we were to rid the world of capitalism and electoral process’s and the state
As the anti-capitalist globalization movement has been stuck in a slow down since 911 there has been many sophisticated improvements being made within. The movement has done some major self-reflection and asking serious questions of which way forward. Although this movement has not seen any major wins in the past few years it has been trying to make the right connections to issues that will help propel it forward in hopes having a even larger front.
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Blog updated: Lucien van der Walt: writings on political economy, policy, unions and class struggles 23:27 Tue 18 Jan 0 comments
This blog has been updated again, collecting materials on strikes, union education, a recent "anarchist survey," the Spanish and Russian Revolutions, and race/ class in South Africa. The overall aim of the page is to collect my my writings on political economy, policy, unions and class struggles. These are are written from a red-and-black anarchist/ syndicalist perspective, and go back to the 1990s.
New releases from Zabalaza Books - November 2010 18:58 Thu 04 Nov 0 comments
New additions to the Zabalaza Books site as of November 2010
On the suicide plane attack on the IRS offices in Austin 00:28 Sat 20 Feb 0 comments
Joe Stack recently committed suicide by crashing an airplane into the IRS offices in Austin, Texas. He left a manifesto describing the long path which had finally led him to this decision.
Anarkismo software update in progress 05:46 Thu 07 Aug 0 comments
[ENGLISH] We are now updating the software Anarkismo runs on to Oscailt 3.2. So you may notice some strange things in the next couple of days, please have some patience with us as we finish this process. [ENGLISH]
With the Working Class, Against Imperialism and Terror Attacks. Nov 15 0 comments
Let us approach from the side of the struggle of working class and poor for freedom, and that means the struggle against all oppression and exploitation. From that side, be against imperialism, unconditionally, including whatever outrages the French state will now justify. But also be against reactionary anti-imperialists with reactionary programmes, and for a progressive anti-imperialism, like that of PKK in Rojava. The working class and left must lead anti-imperialist struggles, and work with progressive movements, including progressive anti-imperialists, to make a better world, pushing those struggles towards anarchist-communism.
Build a Strong People: Latin American Lessons in Leadership Jan 08 0 comments
As working class activists, we should share experiences with – and learn from – working class struggles in other places. The ruling class organises worldwide to exploit and dominate our class. So we need to organise resistance to defend our interests everywhere. And we can only benefit from arming ourselves with lessons from different working class movements.
Imagining the grassroots community - the basic unit of the world commune Aug 03 0 comments
It is clear that the multi-level direct democracy of the world commune will be based on the grassroots communities, in whose members' assemblies the decisions will be arrived at and from where the delegates to the higher levels of organizations will be nominated. However, the details that the whole is combined from have been gone into mainly in fiction literature only.
Europe & the Bankers Nov 16 1 comments
All that was needed was a profound economic crisis and a little discontent among the people for Europe's democracies to abandon their liberal facade and show themselves for what they really are: the dictatorship of large Capital. It doesn't matter what the citizens think, the coup d'état in Greece, the nomination of technocrats to the government in Italy and the government in Ireland radio-controlled from Brussels, these are the best proof of the fact that not even in Europe will they hesitate to put aside their democratic formalism is the interests of the 1% are in danger. While the general discontent and popular mobilization grows, what will happen next? [Italiano] [Castellano]
Wikileaks, Karl Marx and You Jan 11 2 comments
Despite blanket media coverage of Wikileaks and Julian Assange, there has been little discussion of the fact that Assange is merely one leader within a large and complicated social movement. The better analyses have found it interesting that the Swedish Pirate Party are aiding Wikileaks; some note links to the German Chaos Computer Club. But only “geeks” and “hackers” (technology workers) are aware that all of these organisations are members of the same movement.more >>
Publications by Zabalaza Books, March - June 2012 Jun 14 Zabalaza Books [ZACF] 0 comments
All new publications by Zabalaza Books from March till June 2012
New Publications from Zabalaza Books Jan 23 ZB 0 comments
All new publications from Zabalaza Books for the month of January.
Facebook page of 'Black Flame' reorganised and rebooted Dec 13 0 comments
The Facebook page of 'Black Flame' has been reorganised and rebooted, now carrying regular updates related to the book by Lucien van der Walt and Michael Schmidt...
September 2011 publications from Zabalaza Books Nov 14 ZACF 0 comments
All publications from Zabalaza Books for the month of September
Back issues of Black Flag go online May 05 Black Flag collective 0 comments
As Black Flag brings out it's May 2009 issue, we proudly present all three of the pre-2009 issues produced by the current collective, for free download from the libcom.org website.more >>