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indonesia / philippines / australia / miscellaneous / opinion / analysis Friday April 03, 2020 21:51 by Simoun Magsalin
The politics in the Philippine archipelago is dominated by hierarchical and alienating politics as represented by reformism and National Democracy. Against these the paper forwards the liberatory politics of anarchism. The paper introduces anarchist concepts such as egalitarian organizing, mutual aid, and direct action for people unfamiliar with these concepts. After situating anarchism in the anti-authoritarian struggles in the archipelago, the paper also argues for a shift in the anarchist politics of the archipelago from an autonomist anarchism towards a revolutionary politics as a social movement. read full story / add a comment
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Μπορούμε και είναι επιτακτική ανάγκη να ενημερωνόμαστε, να επικοινωνούμε με τους συναδέλφους μας, να ανταλάσσουμε απόψεις μέσα στο εργατικό κίνημα, με συντρόφισσες και συντρόφους, εργατικά σωματεία και συνδικάτα βάσης, οριζόντια και αυτοοργανωμένα εγχειρήματα, καθώς και αντίστοιχες ομαδοποιήσεις στο διεθνή χώρο. Να δούμε από κοινού πως μπορούμε να επαναπροσδιορίσουμε τις αντιστάσεις μας, όχι μόνο στα χρόνια του κορωνοϊού, αλλά και στις ζοφερές ημέρες που φαίνεται να έπονται. read full story / add a comment
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