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ireland / britain / the left / anarchist communist event Friday May 21, 2010 20:12 by Various 1 image
Last Tuesday the Gardaí attempted to stop the Anti-Capitalist Bloc marching to join up with the Right to Work Campaign at the Dail protest. Despite riding horses into the march they failed to either deny us our freedom to protest or to provoke a response as we pushed through and around them. Join us this week, same time and same place as we once more assert our freedom to protest. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / the left / news report Tuesday May 04, 2010 18:12 by Various 3 images 1 video file 1 audio file
Reports, images, video and audio from the 1st of May demonstrations in the Irish cities of Dublin, Derry and Cork republished from the WSM site. read full story / add a comment
In 2006 the two largest social movements in South Africa rejected the appalling Trotskyist authoritarianism of the Centre for Civil Society and Khanya College. For this they were wildly slandered as criminal by the Trots and some people were even sold out to their bosses and threatened with violence.
Later that year the authoritarianism of the AIDC was exposed and then, pehaps most shockingly, Lynn Moonsamy, the elected leader of the Crossmoor informal settlement in Durban, issued a statement alleging that she had ben forced out of her home by threats of violence and slander from the Centre for Civil Society. Numerous people in Durban have confirmed the validity of her statement and that people speaking up for her have been threatened in all kinds of ways.
Now the ZACF has taken on, directly, Trevor Ngwane's authoritarianism. read full story / add a comment