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Στο ΣΥΝΔΙ. Κ. Α. Τ καλλιεργείται η ενότητα, η αλληλεγγύη και η επιθετικότητα των εργατικών αγώνων, απέναντι στα αφεντικά, τον κρατικό μηχανισμό και τους σχεδιασμούς τους, αλλά κι εναντία στα γεννήματά τους δηλαδή τους φασίστες, την απάθεια και την κοινωνική συναίνεση. Και σε αυτά τα πεδία της μάχης, δεν νίκησε ποτέ κανείς μόνος/η. Είναι υπόθεση της τάξης που δημιουργεί αυτόν τον κόσμο, υπάρχει εξαιτίας της και θα είναι αυτή που θα τον γκρεμοτσακίσει. Είναι υπόθεση της εργατικής τάξης. Σε αυτή απευθύνεται το ΣΥΝΔΙ. Κ. Α. Τ. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / opinion / analysis Thursday July 06, 2017 04:47 byDavid Van Deusen/Lady/Black Heart Anarchist Collective
"The Road Not Taken" is a historic proposal that was provided to the Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives (FRAC) from the Black Heart Anarchist Collective-Columbus Ohio in 2001. Previous to now this proposal was treated as an internal FRAC document and has never been made available online or to the public. Ultimately the proposal was not adopted by FRAC. It is being provided now as it shows some of the internal debate and discussions that were taking place in the anarchist movement shortly after The Battle of Seattle. The document also highlights one road that aspects of the anarchist movement viewed as open to it, even if this road was never taken. Now that we are struggling against an increasing fascist tendency in the U.S. and beyond , we as a movement need to explore those crossroads that post-Seattle presented us, and re-evaluate the strategic and tactical directions the movement took then in order for us in the present to build a stronger more effective movement today.
This proposal was provided to the still forming Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives (Great Lakes Region-Midwest) in December, 2001 by the Black Heart Anarchist Collective (Columbus, Ohio). It was not adopted by the federation. It was also sent to the Northeast Federation of Anarcho Communists. David Van Deusen wrote this document with Lady. The proposal was adopted as a position by the Black Heart Anarchist Collective as a whole, whose members also had input into the content. The Black Heart Anarchist Collective was an offshoot of Anti-Racist Action-Columbus. The collective (which included Van Deusen, Lady, Dustin, Noah, and others) formed for the primary purpose of engaging in discussions with other regional anarchist collectives about forming the Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives. The Black Heart Anarchist Collective were participants in a number of meetings leading up to the creation of the federation. However, prior to the official formation of the federation Van Deusen & Lady moved back to Vermont, the collective disbanded, and was never an official member collective of the federation. Van Deusen (who co-founded The Green Mountain Anarchist Collective) was in Ohio, and a member of Anti-Racist Action, for some time in 2001-2002. The Federation of Revolutionary Anarchist Collectives folded in 2005.
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