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Explaining White Privilege To A Broke White Person 15:34 Apr 12 0 comments
Solidarität mit den inhaftierten Gewerkschafterinnen 02:42 Mar 30 0 comments
Reactionary Working Class? 05:51 Mar 17 0 comments
The liberal roots of Islamophobia 16:30 Mar 06 0 comments
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In our last statement on the Michael Schmidt case and accusations by journalists Alexander Reid Ross and Joshua Stephens that he is a fascist and white nationalist that attempted to infiltrate the anarchist movement, we said that the Anarkismo network had decided “to call for a commission of enquiry to investigate more closely both the accusations and the defence, and to make recommendations to the broader anarchist movement based on their findings”.
Regrettably it has been over a year since we announced our intention to convene a commission of inquiry and it has not yet materialised.
While we have recently started making progress once again on the call for a commission and will continue to work towards finalizing our proposal and framework, however, we have also had enough time now to debate aspects of the case both within and between some of the organisations in the network.
New developments and information concerning the case have also come to our attention that must be addressed immediately.
Aodhan Ó Ríordáin jets off to the States this week to try and crack America with his unique brand of hypocritical liberalism, trumpeting himself as an anti-racist icon in contrast to Trump’s policies of detention and deportation of undocumented migrants. Tómas Lynch takes a look at his record on the homefront.
This time around, let’s fight for workers’ control from the start. Let’s create structures with checks and balances that ensure workers keep control. Let us not hand over power to a state that can institute tyranny all over again. We want anarchist communist organisation. Workers' delegation. Equable procedures. Bottom up organisation. It is 100 years since women workers began the 1917 revolution. Let’s do it again! The time for global revolution is here!
In the first week of Donald Trump’s presidency, there were two important mobilizations that expressed radically different views on reproductive rights. The Women’s March on Washington, which took place the day after Trump’s inauguration, has been hailed as one of the largest mobilizations in US history. What began as a spontaneous call quickly ballooned into a movement that tapped into growing anxieties over the intentions of the new administration. The march drew some 500,000 to rally in Washington DC while sister marches were held across the country and even worldwide. One week later, another mobilization took place: the annual March for Life. While significantly smaller, this march still drew many attendees who were energized by celebrity speakers from the Trump administration.
At this point, there is no certainty that the Women’s March will evolve into an actual social movement. This much is clear: the Women’s March represents a political opening to rebuild a revolutionary feminist movement (in conjunction with other developing struggles) that advances demands to improve the lives of working people and embraces conflict with the liberal, capitalist character of the feminist movement of the day.
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Cajamarca: environmental and territorial dispute in “post-conflict” Colombia Apr 23 04:48 0 comments
Regarding Referendum 2 Apr 15 22:15 0 comments
On the Question of Violence and Nonviolence As a Tactic and Strategy Within the Social Pro... Apr 13 03:36 0 comments
On Referendum Apr 12 20:46 0 comments
Lucien van der Walt – 2017 Statement on Michael Schmidt Affair Apr 12 00:52 1 comments
Book Review: Bakunin. Selected Texts 1868-1875 (Edited and Translated by A.W. Zurbrugg) Apr 11 02:24 0 comments
Tabqa Dam: The key to Capturing Raqqa Apr 08 20:25 0 comments
Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist by Alexander Berkman, annotated and introduced by Jessica M... Apr 04 16:42 0 comments
President Trump Apr 01 18:53 0 comments
A South African ruling class brawl Mar 31 19:26 0 comments
Successful secondary pickets bring public transport to a halt in Ireland Mar 31 18:04 0 comments
Repression and Imprisonment in Cachoeirinha, Brazil Mar 31 01:36 1 comments
Basic Income & Billionaire preppers Mar 30 17:56 0 comments
Thousands take part in pro-choice #Strike4Repeal in Ireland Mar 30 17:46 0 comments
Greece: NGO Control Over Refugees Mar 29 17:52 0 comments
Statement on the Schmidt Case and Proposed Commission of Inquiry Mar 28 17:50 6 comments
Support to CLARIN workers (Argentina) Mar 23 16:24 0 comments
Organizing against the Irish housing emergency Mar 21 00:18 0 comments
Aodhan Ó Ríordáin: Playing The Big Man in America Mar 18 01:25 0 comments
Interview with dona Adriana, mother of Rafael Braga Mar 13 05:13 0 comments
Our Freedom Is In Our Struggle Mar 08 16:14 0 comments
IWD 2017: Celebrating a new revolution Mar 08 02:58 0 comments
Anarchist Lens: The Green Experiment Feb 28 20:02 0 comments
Stop the persecution against the women cleaners Feb 28 14:33 0 comments
Why Workers’ Education? Why trade unions and what’s next? Feb 26 03:39 0 comments
2017 South African Budget Speech: No Pravin, it was not progressive nor redistributive Feb 26 02:28 0 comments
Palestine-Israel, Celebrating a 12 years of persistent struggle in Bil'in and a small vict... Feb 18 14:32 1 comments
A Call From Anarchist Women / İstanbul Feb 16 02:25 0 comments
Solidarity with Théo and every victim of police abuse! No to the “Public Security” law! Feb 15 01:22 0 comments
Revolutionary Anarchist Prisoner Umut Fırat Süvarioğulları Ended His Hunger... Feb 15 01:02 1 commentsmore >>