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north america / mexico / the left mercoledì luglio 03, 2019 15:37 byWayne Price
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Many liberals and other Democrats see Trump as the main problem facing the U.S. Therefore their focus is on defeating him in the next election (or impeachment). They focus on the electoral system and hope for salvation through government action. I disagree. Trump is a major problem, but he is the culmination of years of political and economic development, and is related to similar politics in other countries. The fight against Trumpism requires a non-electoral and militant program.

ireland / britain / anarchist movement domenica giugno 09, 2019 04:27 byDie Plattform
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Anarchist Communist Group

We are happy to present you our interview with the Anarchist Communist Group (ACG) from Great Britain. The organization is relatively new. They are active in four regions: West Yorshire, Leicestershire, Surry and London. To connect internationally with other organizations is an important part of our current work to establish our Federation. An interview of the ACG with us is also already in planning. For now we wish you a pleasant lecture with this one.

In international solidarity towards anarchistic communism!

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indonesia / philippines / australia / workplace struggles mercoledì maggio 01, 2019 20:57 byMelbourne Anarchist Communist Group
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The only way out is struggle. We, the working class, must organise in the teeth of all obstructions. We must build the unions that the officials manifestly can’t build by themselves. We must use our vital weapon, the strike, and if the officials won’t help, we must act without them. And we must build solidarity across borders, because only international solidarity can beat the power of global capital. Standing together, in defiance of nationalism, we will have built a movement that embodies the values of a new and better world, a movement which also has the power to create that world. We can make a revolution to overthrow capitalism and create libertarian communism, worldwide.

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"1ero de Mayo desde el sur de Bogotá" Encuentro por la Autonomía

"[Colombia] Desde el sur y con la gente, primero de mayo combatiente" Grupo Estudiantil Anarquista

"O 1º de Maio e a Luta contra a Reforma da Previdência: Construir uma Greve Geral desde a base para defender nas ruas a nossa aposentadoria!" Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira (CAB)

"Η τραγωδία του Haymarket" Mother Jones (IWW)

"Resistamos a Duque, organicemos un nuevo movimiento sindical y popular. 1ero de mayo 2019" Grupo Libertario Vía Libre

"1 de Mayo en Argentina" Organización Resistencia Anarquista (ORA)

"Tek Damla Yağmurla Başlar Her Fırtına – 1 Mayıs 2019" Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet (DAF)

aotearoa / pacific islands / anti-fascism martedì marzo 26, 2019 06:34 byAWSM
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To really understand the nature of the occurrence of racism and white supremacy then the present system we live under, capitalism has to be examined, and how it has used racism and continues to use it, to its own benefit for controlling and dividing workers.

north america / mexico / environment mercoledì gennaio 02, 2019 18:49 byWayne Price
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The idea of a "Green New Deal" has been raised in response to the threat of climate and ecological catastrophe. Two such proposals are analyzed here and counterposed to the program of revolutionary libertarian ecosocialism.

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zb_uf_pamphlet.png imageBuilding Working Class Unity in South Africa: Lessons from United Fronts in Germany, Italy... set 10 21:08 by Jonathan Payn, Jakes Factoria, Tina Sizovuka and Warren McGregor 0 comments

This pamphlet is a collection of articles exploring the concept, history and anarchist/syndicalist approaches to United Fronts – and their relevance and potential for building working class unity in South Africa – written in the context of the National Union of Metalworkers (Numsa)’s resolution, following its historic 2013 Special National Congress, to break with the ANC-led Alliance and form a ‘United Front against neoliberalism’ First Zabalaza Books edition, July 2019

14716302_1311745485502678_334383124053035899_n.jpg imageFascism and its cure set 09 19:07 by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group (MACG) 0 comments

The growth of Fascism is ongoing. The massacres will continue and perhaps keep accelerating until we have a movement that can both confront it physically and address the political issues that give it life. This requires workers uniting across borders to win battles that cannot be won on the national terrain. Whether we are talking about cars, mining, garments or anything else, we confront global corporations and global supply chains. Our response must be global. And by building a truly global labour movement, we can not only defeat Fascism, but open the door to a workers’ revolution that will do away with capitalism forever.

power2.jpeg imageClass struggle, the Left and power – Part 2 set 08 06:04 by Jonathan Payn 0 comments

The first part of this series stated that, despite various well-intentioned efforts by forces on the extra-Alliance and independent left over recent years to unite working class struggles in South Africa, these largely have and will continue to fail to resonate with the working class, help build unity in struggle and form the basis of a new movement because of the theoretical understandings of class and power – and their strategic implications – on which they are founded and which are prevalent on much of the left. This article will give a basic overview of these theoretical understandings of class and power and their strategic implications and limitations and why it is therefore necessary to refine and develop understandings of class and power more capable of responding to the context of the neoliberal restructuring of the working class in order to advance the class struggle in pursuit of socialism. [Part 1]

lucien.jpg imageShould the Anti-Capitalists Contest Elections? set 08 05:38 by Lucien van der Walt 1 comments

This is a lightly edited transcription of a talk given by Prof. Lucien van der Walt on a panel on the eve of the 2019 national elections in South Africa: the International Labour Research and Information Group (ILRIG)/ Workers World Media Productions (WWMP) Public Forum, Isivivana Centre, Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa 25 April.

52588568_2198504780477691_9029610570185179136_n.jpg imageThe struggle continues set 07 20:34 by MACG 0 comments

It is these things: Liberal arrogance, the danger of recession, accelerating climate change and the Fascist threat that, together, form significant elements of the political terrain in Australia today. And it is these things that will guide the MACG in the next few years.

images.jpeg imageThe latest message from Ocalan and my opinion ago 29 19:06 by Zaher Baher 0 comments


This article covers a brief analysing about the most recent messages from Abullah Ocalan in offering ceasefire and talk with the state of Turkey . In addition to the messages the article covers whether Ocalan was with the current war between PKK and Turkish government and also a conclusion.

Mandla Khoza (“MK”), 1974-2019: ZACF anarchist-communist, militant in South Africa and Swaziland (Eswatini) image“The soldier has fallen”: Mandla Khoza, ZACF anarchist-communist and Swaziland activist, 2... ago 22 07:30 by ZACF 0 comments

Comrade Mandla Khoza (or "MK," as his friends and comrades knew him) passed away on Friday 26 July in his home town of Siphofaneni, Swaziland (Eswatini). He had long suffered from sugar diabetes. He leaves behind four children. One of the pioneering members of the Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Federation (ZACF) founded in South Africa on May Day 2003, MK was committed to a social revolution that would place power and wealth in the hands of the working class, the peasants and the poor. As he would often say: “It doesn’t matter if you change who sits on the throne: you have to get rid of the throne itself.” This obituary commemorates his life as a militant. [Français]

31zky9ett1l.jpg imageMaoism vs. Libertarian Socialism? Review of Elliot Liu, Maoism and the Chinese Revolutio... lug 30 05:07 by Wayne Price 1 comments

Elliot Li's book analyzes Maoism, and its roots in the Chinese Revolution, from an anarchist and libertarian Marxist perspective.

gun_city.jpg imageMovie Review: ‘Gun City/Sombra De LA Ley' (2018) lug 20 08:16 by LAMA 0 comments

A brief review of the movie 'Gun City/Sombra De La Ley' (2018)

a.jpg imageMoving from Crisis in South Africa's Municipalities to Building Counter-Power lug 19 22:09 by Bongani Maponyane 0 comments

Across South Africa, municipalities are in crisis. They are under-funded, anti-working class, anti-poor and anti-township, and riddled with corruption by elites. The working class is oppressed by the state - as well as the private bosses - and we say "Enough is Enough!" We need to build an alternative: organs of counter-power, which can demand changes and lay the foundations for a deep redistribution of wealth and power to the mass of the people: the working class and poor.

tumblr_pnw2zeuvci1y0kwqyo1_1280.jpg imageAbout the conditions under which we fight and the current state of the anarchist movement ... lug 16 22:28 by die plattform 3 comments

We’re glad, that we are now able to publish our first text in English. Since the beginning of our initiative we made international contacts to other anarchist-communist organizations. We hope that we will be able to reach out even further internationally – to spread the good news of our new initiative – now that our text is accessible in English.

anarchist_perspectives_book_1_v3b1.jpg image[Book Review] “Anarchist Perspectives in Peace and War 1900-1918” by A.W. Zurbrugg (London... lug 05 07:47 by José Antonio Gutiérrez D. 0 comments

This is, above all, a history of the anarchist movement from the perspective of those who were at the centre of its development, their voices recovered through a careful and extensive research of conference proceedings, journal articles, memoirs, etc. Altogether, this is a prime example of historical work which is not backward-looking, but forward-looking, bringing history back to life in order to feed contemporary agitated conversations, encounters and debates.

primaries_lead_jan31.jpg imageTrump is Not the Main Problem lug 03 15:37 by Wayne Price 0 comments

Many liberals and other Democrats see Trump as the main problem facing the U.S. Therefore their focus is on defeating him in the next election (or impeachment). They focus on the electoral system and hope for salvation through government action. I disagree. Trump is a major problem, but he is the culmination of years of political and economic development, and is related to similar politics in other countries. The fight against Trumpism requires a non-electoral and militant program.

power2.jpeg imageAfter the election dust settles: Class struggle, the Left and power giu 25 22:09 by Jonathan Payn 0 comments

Twenty-five years into democracy the black working class majority in South Africa has not experienced any meaningful improvements in its conditions. The apartheid legacy of unequal education, healthcare and housing and the super-exploitation of black workers continues under the ANC and is perpetuated by the neoliberal policies it has imposed. The only force capable of changing this situation is the working class locally and internationally. Yet to do so, struggles need to come together, new forms of organisation appropriate to the context are needed; and they need both to be infused with a revolutionary progressive politics and to learn from the mistakes of the past. Outside the ANC alliance, there have indeed been many efforts to unite struggles – but these have largely failed to resonate with the working class in struggle and form the basis of a new movement. Nowhere is this more evident than with the newly-formed Socialist Revolutionary Workers Party (SRWP) – which got less than 25 000 votes in the national elections, despite the fact that the union that conceived it, Numsa, claims nearly 400 000 members. [Part 2]

p1110496338280_2.jpg imageFinal declaration of the founding congress of the Union Communiste Libertaire (UCL) giu 15 21:11 by Union Communiste Libertaire 0 comments

As we – activists from Alternative Libertaire and the Coordination des Groupes Anarchistes – gathered in a common congress, we decided to create a new revolutionary organisation : the Union Communiste Libertaire (French for Libertarian Communist Union).

texttiny housing...BIG PROBLEM giu 15 11:13 by Pink Panther 0 comments

As rents become unaffordable and property ownership becomes a luxury, tiny houses are being advocated as a way of addressing the housing crisis both here in Aotearoa and elsewhere.

62640788_654419058375695_2622299253304721408_n.jpg imageLibertarian Atheneon of Volos (Greece) giu 14 20:44 by Management Assembly 0 comments

It was unanimously decided that the space should be shaped and functioned in such a way in order to avoid any attempt to be either an alternative amusement area or a space of ​​narcissistic self-confirmation of micro-hegemonies.

votailsf.jpg imageSinn Féin: From Full Confidence Of Victory To Arrogance And Entitlement giu 13 18:04 by Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir 0 comments

Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir responds to the election analysis offered by Sinn Fein's Natalie Treacy. Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir is an anarchist who was previously involved with republican activism.

blackanarchistcnt.png imageAnarchism's Relevance to Black and Working Class Strategy giu 11 05:47 by Lucien van der Walt 0 comments

To have a discussion about anarchism's relevance to (black) working class strategy in the face of ongoing capitalist restructuring, we need to dispel myths about anarchism and syndicalism, to reclaim the revolutionary core of the anarchist tradition.

acg.jpg imageInterview with the Anarchist Communist Group (ACG) from Great Britain giu 09 04:27 by Die Plattform 0 comments

We are happy to present you our interview with the Anarchist Communist Group (ACG) from Great Britain. The organization is relatively new. They are active in four regions: West Yorshire, Leicestershire, Surry and London. To connect internationally with other organizations is an important part of our current work to establish our Federation. An interview of the ACG with us is also already in planning. For now we wish you a pleasant lecture with this one.

In international solidarity towards anarchistic communism!

yellow.png imageYellow Vests and Raincoats giu 05 12:26 by Morgan 0 comments

The following article is a personal impression and analysis of the Yellow Vests movement in France, written by a French Anarchist now living in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

saftu1024x768.jpg imageRebuilding the workers’ movement for counter-power, justice and self-management mag 28 17:53 by Lucien van der Walt 0 comments

Don't abandon the unions, or take sides in inter-union rivalries. Build a serious, organised, non-sectarian project of democratic reform and political discussion that spans the unions, including a rank-and-file movement that fosters debate, and opens the treasure-chest of union and left history and theory. Recover the politics of disconnecting from the state as raised by, for example, Occupy and the Rojava Revolution. Replace reliance on the state and parties with struggle, and destructive inter-union rivalry with a serious project of working class counter-power.

onstrike.png imageNon-violent action: Direct and “direct” mag 27 11:45 by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group 0 comments

What is required is a movement that knows the police are the attack dogs of the enemy and they are to be resisted with all the strength and intelligence we can muster. We need a movement that wants to #StopAdani directly, a movement that will create facts on the ground that the Government cannot ignore. And this movement, in challenging the State, will inevitably look beyond it, to a new society with no State and no cops, and where capitalism is no more.

elections.jpg imageDon’t mention the emergency mag 17 06:40 by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group 0 comments

On 18 May, enrolled voters in Australia will decide which members of the capitalist class will represent us in Parliament and crush us in government for the next three years. This election occurs at a time when the world has been informed that it has, at most, until 2030 to take effective action to stop and begin reversing climate change, or risk crossing tipping points into runaway temperature rises that would kill billions and endanger industrial civilisation. So you’d think the major players would be presenting plans to fix it. But no, this is Australian capitalist democracy and we get something different.

brazilseries_2.jpg imageBrazil's right-wing rising – Part 3: The oil plants sell out mag 16 14:42 by Bruno Lima Rocha 0 comments

Part 3 of an audio series debating the reasons for the right-wing rising in Brazil, contextualising and analysing the rise of Bolsonaro and the right-wing in Brazil. Part 1 | Part 2

r0_0_800_600_w1200_h678_fmax.jpg imageDefend Julian Assange mag 13 23:17 by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Grouptri 0 comments

The MACG thus defends Julian Assange, not because of his politics, which have curdled and are now quite suspect, nor because we consider him innocent of the Swedish accusations. The US ruling class has no objection to his politics, because they are riddled with the sort of people with whom he has been collaborating. And neither do they have any objection to sexual assault – if they did, Donald Trump would not be President. The United States wants to punish him, not for any crimes he might have committed, but for his good deeds. The MACG defend Assange for those same good deeds.

brazilseries_1.jpg imageBrazil's right-wing rising – Part 2: The ultra right wing government elected in Brazil mag 13 15:40 by Bruno Lima Rocha 0 comments

Part 2 of an audio series debating the reasons for the right-wing rising in Brazil, contextualising and analysing the rise of Bolsonaro and the right-wing in Brazil. Part 1 | Part 3

brazilseries.jpg imageBrazil's right-wing rising – Part 1 mag 10 17:35 by Bruno Lima Rocha 0 comments

Part 1 of an audio series debating the reasons for the right-wing rising in Brazil, contextualising and analysing the rise of Bolsonaro and the right-wing in Brazil. Part 2 | Part 3

textPKK can seize this opportunity before President Erdogan grab it mag 08 23:34 by Zaher Baher 0 comments

This article is analysing the current situation of PKK after seeing Abdulla Ocalan By his lawyers on 02/05. Should PKK transform itself from an army struggle movement to a mass movement or staying the same? In responding to this question i will try to point out some facts.

2401522850.jpg imageWhy the Jews? mag 07 11:53 by Wayne Price 2 comments

There has been an increase in anti-Jewish actions in the U.S. Why is this? Why have Jews been focused on by fascists and haters? There are traditional reasons for anti-semitism. The establishment of the state of Israel has created an interaction between anti-semitism and anti-Zionism. Where anti-semitism is irrational and reactionary, anti-Zionism is a just response to the oppression of Palestinian Arabs and Israel's alliance with U.S. imperialism.

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