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machrek / arabie / irak / impérialisme / guerre / débat Tuesday November 25, 2014 10:58 byCATS
Voici deux textes traduits de l’anglais sur la situation au Rojava, le Kurdistan autonome syrien, et sur l’attitude que les anarchistes devraient avoir envers le mouvement populaire (pas uniquement kurde d’ailleurs) dans cette région.
Ces deux textes sont symptomatiques du débat parfois agité qui traverse le mouvement anarchiste sur la question de la révolution en cours au Rojava, et plus globalement sur les luttes de libération nationale.
Ils sont révélateurs des méfiances, des réticences, des distances récurrentes (et parfois des renoncements honteux) ou, au contraire, des rapprochements, des solidarités, des espoirs non moins récurrents (et parfois des vaines illusions) que ce type de lutte en général et cette révolution en particulier peut susciter dans nos milieux. read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / debate Sunday October 19, 2014 04:30 byKB   text 2 comments (last - wednesday november 05, 2014 04:06)
Anarcho-syndicalists should should hold no illusions about the Rojava Revolution. Since the turn of the millenium there have been reports of a libertarian municipalist turn in the Kurdish national liberation struggle inspired by Murray Bookchin. This change in politics has been lead by jailed founder and ideological leader Abdullah Öcalan of the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) who discovered Bookchin while in prison. The PKK a former Maoist/Stalinist organization had turned to ethnic nationalism after the fall of the Soviet Union and discreditation of “really existing socialism” and so such a turn has been welcomed by many on the revolutionary left. However such processes of political transformation do not automatically translate to full adoption within a populace nevermind their official representation in leading parties. Please note that a reply to this article has been published by the Anarkismo.net Editorial Group: An Anarchist Communist Reply to ‘Rojava: An Anarcho-Syndicalist Perspective’ read full story / add a comment
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bolivia / peru / ecuador / chile / represión / presos / debate Monday September 29, 2014 06:54 byEspartaco Gatti   image 1 image
Tras la nefasta, injustificable y repudiable explosión en el subcentro de Escuela Militar afirmamos que nada volvería ser igual. El bloque en el poder ya está comenzando a mover sus fichas para refundar la Ley Antiterrorista, aumentar las atribuciones de las policías y en particular de la Agencia Nacional de Inteligencia. El bombazo generó una oportunidad única para legitimar ante la “opinión pública” dichas medidas de control social, prácticamente sin ninguna oposición, o cuestionamiento (salvo el tema de los “agentes encubiertos”). read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / the left / debate Wednesday August 06, 2014 19:58 byRed and Black Action   image 1 image
OVERVIEW: There is a healthy skepticism among many activists about simple grand plans, arising partly from disastrous Marxist experiments like the Soviet Union. But the opposite — faith that struggles spontaneously reach the best outcomes if freed of theory and plans — has serious problems. Many struggles falter or are captured as old mistakes are made again. Capitalism and the state cannot be defeated by a growing wave of loosely linked alternative “spaces” and experiments. These systems are based on coercion and exploitation; their defeat requires large-scale confrontation by a coordinated bottom-up working class counter-power with clear politics. The point of resistance is to change the world: it is not an aim in itself, just a response; a politics fetishising perpetual resistance must rely on a world of oppression. Closing discussion by labeling views “dogmatic” is a recipe for imposing other positions and elites through the backdoor. There is no need to repeat the tragic errors of the past. Other revolutionary theories from working class struggles – like anarchism and syndicalism — share no blame for the failures of vanguardism and reformism, and have valuable insights on building a participatory, transformative, project of “people’s power,” and on moving from resistance to reconstruction.It is important to speak openly about theory, strategy and vision, and to engage openly with the revolutionary traditions of the popular classes, like anarchism and syndicalism, born of our past struggles, and distilled from those struggles. read full story / add a comment
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international / history of anarchism / debate Sunday May 25, 2014 05:19 byWayne Price   text 1 comment (last - friday may 30, 2014 12:41)   image 1 image
The Marxist journal, "Platypus Review", published an article by Herb Gamberg which attacked anarchism by focusing on Bakunin. Wayne Price wrote a response and Gamberg replied, in PR. The following is Wayne's original response plus his new reply to Gamberg's latest comments. read full story / add a comment
internacional / movimento anarquista / debate Thursday April 03, 2014 21:15 byÉrrico Malatesta
"Entre os anarquistas existem os revolucionários que acreditam que é necessário abater, pela força, a força que mantém a ordem atual, para criar um ambiente no qual seja possível a evolução livre dos indivíduos e das coletividades. E existem os educacionistas que pensam que só se pode chegar à transformação social, transformando antes os indivíduos, por meio da educação e da propaganda. Existem partidários da não-violência ou da resistência passiva, que evitam a violência ainda que seja para combater a violência. E existem aqueles que admitem a necessidade da violência, os quais se dividem, por sua vez, no que diz respeito à natureza, alcance e limites da violência licita." read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / workplace struggles / debate Friday March 07, 2014 05:44 byLucien van der Walt   image 1 image
Lightly edited transcript from Lucien van der Walt’s discussion at 1st National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA) Political School, September 2013. From his debate with Solly Mapaila, 2nd deputy GS of the South African Communist Party (SACP) on anarcho-syndicalist versus Leninist views of the revolutionary potential of unions. A version was printed in ASR #61 2014, pp. 11-20

Captures van der Walt’s main points: the debate on the anarcho-syndicalist view that revolutionary trade unions, allied to other movements, creating a self-managed worker-controlled socialism through mass education, counter-power and workplace occupations; anarcho-syndicalism as a working class tradition; the anarcho-syndicalist view that unions can potentially be more revolutionary than political parties including Communist Parties, & be revolutionary without leadership by parties; the view that electioneering can be replaced with direct action campaigns; that the Spanish Revolution (1936-1939) shows unions taking power and making a bottom-up worker-controlled revolution; and how NUMSA’s current actions refute Marxist-Leninist theory; other problems with that theory’s traditional approach to unions; and the implications of all of this for current debates over the form of a new socialist movement in South Africa and elsewhere; and the nature of the South African ruling class and the primary social contradictions.

Lucien van der Walt is co-author of “Black Flame: The revolutionary class politics of anarchism and syndicalism” (w.Michael Schmidt, 2009, AK Press) and co-editor of “Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870-1940” (w. Steve Hirsch and Benedict Anderson, 2010, Brill). He has a long history of involvement in the working class movements. read full story / add a comment
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international / miscellaneous / debate Thursday February 27, 2014 06:51 byNosotros Los Pobres   image 1 image
Two weeks ago, Nosotros los Pobres had the good fortune to host a presentation by two members of the Federacion de Estudiantes Libertarias of Chile, with whom we had a very productive exchange of ideas. Soon after that, I saw a statement published by the FEL, commenting on the situation in Venezuela, in which they expressed sympathy for the “Venezuelan people” in their resistance against a coup d’etat. As a member of Nosotros los Pobres, I wanted to share some thoughts about Venezuela and what’s going on there, both now and for the last 15 years, and I hope they will be useful for especifista comrades as well as for concerned and informed people generally. read full story / add a comment
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north america / mexico / the left / debate Monday February 24, 2014 03:06 byWayne Price   text 1 comment (last - thursday march 06, 2014 09:35)   image 1 image
The Platypus Society is having a panel on "Marxism and Anarchism," 3/17, in Chicago. It prepared a list of questions on the topic. These are my responses to the questions, in preparation for the discussion. read full story / add a comment
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international / anarchist movement / debate Friday December 13, 2013 16:12 byLucien van der Walt   text 1 comment (last - saturday december 21, 2013 05:24)   image 1 image
Examining the theory and practice of ‘mass’ anarchism and syndicalism, this paper argues against Daryl Glaser’s views that workers’ council democracy fails basic democratic benchmarks and that, envisaged as a simple instrument of a revolution imagined in utopian ‘year zero’ terms, it will probably collapse or end in ‘Stalinist’ authoritarianism—Glaser also argues instead for parliaments, supplemented by participatory experiments. While agreeing with Glaser on the necessity of a ‘democratic minimum’ of pluralism, rights, and open-ended outcomes, I demonstrate, in contrast, that this ‘minimum’ is perfectly compatible with bottom-up council democracy and self- management, as envisaged in anarchist/syndicalist theory, and as implemented by anarchist revolutions in Manchuria, Spain and Ukraine. This approach seeks to maximise individual freedom through an egalitarian, democratic, participatory order, developed as both means and outcome of revolution; it consistently insists that attempts to ‘save’ revolutions by suspending freedoms, instead destroy both. Parliament, again in contrast to Glaser, from this perspective, meets no ‘democratic minimum’, being part of the state, a centralized, unaccountable institutional nexus essential to domination and exploitation by a ruling class of state managers and capitalists. Rather than participate in parliaments, ‘mass’ anarchism argues for popular class autonomy from, and struggle against, the existing order as a means of winning economic and political reforms while—avoiding ‘year zero’ thinking—also building the new society, within and against, the old, through a prefigurative project of revolutionary counter-power and counter-culture. Revolution here means the complete expansion of a bottom-up democracy, built through a class struggle for economic and social equality, and requiring the defeat of the ruling class, which is itself the outcome of widespread, free acceptance of anarchism, and of a pluralistic council democracy and self-management system. read full story / add a comment
international / anarchist movement / debate Thursday December 12, 2013 19:18 byLucien van der Walt
Examining the theory and practice of ‘mass’ anarchism and syndicalism, this paper argues against Daryl Glaser’s views that workers’ council democracy fails basic democratic benchmarks and that, envisaged as a simple instrument of a revolution imagined in utopian ‘year zero’ terms, it will probably collapse or end in ‘Stalinist’ authoritarianism—Glaser also argues instead for parliaments, supplemented by participatory experiments. While agreeing with Glaser on the necessity of a ‘democratic minimum’ of pluralism, rights, and open-ended outcomes, I demonstrate, in contrast, that this ‘minimum’ is perfectly compatible with bottom-up council democracy and self-management, as envisaged in anarchist/syndicalist theory, and as implemented by anarchist revolutions in Manchuria, Spain and Ukraine. This approach seeks to maximise individual freedom through an egalitarian, democratic, participatory order, developed as both means and outcome of revolution; it consistently insists that attempts to ‘save’ revolutions by suspending freedoms, instead destroy both. Parliament, again in contrast to Glaser, from this perspective, meets no ‘democratic minimum’, being part of the state, a centralized, unaccountable institutional nexus essential to domination and exploitation by a ruling class of state managers and capitalists. Rather than participate in parliaments, ‘mass’ anarchism argues for popular class autonomy from, and struggle against, the existing order as a means of winning economic and political reforms while—avoiding ‘year zero’ thinking—also building the new society, within and against, the old, through a prefigurative project of revolutionary counter-power and counter-culture. Revolution here means the complete expansion of a bottom-up democracy, built through a class struggle for economic and social equality, and requiring the defeat of the ruling class, which is itself the outcome of widespread, free acceptance of anarchism, and of a pluralistic council democracy and self-management system. read full story / add a comment
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bolivia / peru / ecuador / chile / anarchist movement / debate Thursday October 17, 2013 19:42 byC.A.L.   image 1 image
Until a few months ago we had a libertarian movement in which different ideological expressions of the popular movement came together, but with certain shared elements such as recognition of the need to build organizations from the bottom, outside the State, promoting at all times internal democracy and the leading role of those directly involved, with the clarity on a strategic level that the task was to build popular power with class autonomy and encourage direct action as the main political tool for social transformation. However, the appearance of the Red Libertaria as part of the Todxs a La Moneda movement which supports the presidential candidacy of Marcel Claude and the recent sign from the Frente de Estudiantes Libertarios rejecting this initiative have only served to initiate a split within the libertarians, where it seems that reformist and authoritarian positions have achieved hegemony over part of the militants, and to which anarchists have only stood on as passive spectators. [Castellano] read full story / add a comment
Bandiera siriana, “Io sono libero quando tutti gli esseri umani che mi sono accanto – uomini e donne – sono ugualmente liberi.” – Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin
mashrek / arabia / irak / imperialismo / guerra / dibattito Wednesday September 25, 2013 15:29 byShiar   image 1 image
Sono rimasto felicissimo nel vedere, finalmente, come un gruppo anarchico nel Nord del mondo faccia un tentativo serio di capire quello che succede in Siria ed esprima chiaramente la sua posizione sulla rivoluzione siriana. Mi piace molto e sono d'accordo per la maggior parte con quanto espresso nella parte finale intitolata "La nostra posizione", ma ho parecchi problemi con le parti precedenti di introduzione e di sfondo. Ecco quindi alcuni miei commenti nello spirito del vostro invito che auspica "opinioni di altri, in particolare di coloro che hanno più esperienza nell'area e specialmente da anarchici che vivono nella regione", nella speranza che possano contribuire ad un dibattito più informato tra gli anarchici e ad una comprensione, una presa posizione e un'azione migliori per quanto riguarda la Siria. [English] read full story / add a comment
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international / history of anarchism / debate Saturday August 31, 2013 04:49 byLucien van der Walt   text 3 comments (last - sunday december 15, 2013 04:57)   image 1 image
This article defends the argument that anarchism/syndicalism emerged in the 1860s, as a libertarian form of socialism, opposed to social and economic hierarchy/inequality, favouring international class struggle and revolution, from below, for a self-managed, socialist, stateless order; it defends the necessity using a truly global history and analysis, placing the colonial and postcolonial world, and a wide range of mass movements, centre-stage, in order to grasp the "canon" of texts/thinkers/theories that must be ‘regarded as authoritative for anarchist thought and practice or especially significant in the historical development of anarchism’. It rejects claims that anarchism is a timeless "orientation" existing outside of contexts and classes, and demonstrates the methodological and analytical problems that arise from such approaches, including tautology, assertion and selective use of evidence. read full story / add a comment
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argentina/uruguay/paraguay / historia del anarquismo / debate Saturday August 31, 2013 03:39 byOleguer Vall Font   image 1 image
Uno de los debates más polémicos en el seno del movimiento anarquista, al menos en Iberia, es su relación con los llamados “nacionalismos de resistencia” (en un país de la periferia del sistema mundo podríamos llamarlos “nacionalismos populares”).

A través de un escueto análisis de una de las organizaciones anarquistas más influyentes en la Latinoamérica de la segunda mitad del siglo XX se verá que para el caso del Uruguay, país tan lejano geográficamente como cercano culturalmente, el anarquismo adoptó ciertos símbolos del nacionalismo popular a partir de los sesenta. Lo interesante del asunto es que este hecho no tuvo la consecuencia de la asunción de toda la estructura simbólica “nacional y popular” sino que se podría decir que la Federación Anarquista Uruguaya tomó exclusivamente aquellos aspectos que podían ser útiles a su proyecto revolucionario. Este hecho considero que introduce una nueva línea de debate en tanto que supone defender la incorporación algo descontextualizada de algunos elementos del “nacionalismo de resistencia” sin caer en la asunción de todos sus aspectos pero tampoco en rechazarlos todos a priori.

Este primer número es entonces un acercamiento a la complejidad ideológica de una organización que hizo historia y teoría en un tiempo convulso y de cuyo legado es, cuanto menos, útil aprender.

Salud y Anarquia
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international / miscellaneous / debate Friday May 31, 2013 19:19 byMichael Schmidt   image 1 image
The Arab Spring redrew the battle-lines between over the control of information between the statist/capitalist elites and the popular classes – raising questions of increased restriction and surveillance, and of the limits of cyber-activism. In some ways this battle is often mischaracterised as being a narrow debate between cool intellectual property technocrats and wild-eyed free-use pirates, or as being a political dispute between authoritarian regimes and free speech activists, with no wider relevance to society. But it is clear that what is at stake is the global ideology (and exploitative practice) of corporatist enclosure versus that of the creative commons; in other words, it is more even than a universalist human rights concern, but is rather an asymmetrical war between the parasitic and productive classes over a terrain of power/wealth-generation known as the knowledge economy. read full story / add a comment
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rússia / ucrânia / bielorússia / história do anarquismo / debate Thursday March 28, 2013 23:31 byNestor Makhno   image 1 image
Como qualquer anarquista, rechaço a autoridade em geral, sou um adversário de toda a organização baseada no centralismo, não reconheço nem o Estado nem seu aparato legislativo, sou um inimigo convencido da democracia burguesia e do parlamentarismo – considerando esta forma social um obstáculo para a liberação dos trabalhadores – em outras palavras, me levanto contra qualquer regime baseado na exploração dos trabalhadores. read full story / add a comment
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internacional / la izquierda / debate Monday March 18, 2013 11:55 byJosé Francisco Magón   text 27 comments (last - friday march 29, 2013 15:04)   image 1 image
Uno de los grandes temas contingentes en las últimas semanas en el imaginario de la izquierda a nivel nacional, regional e internacional ha sido la muerte de Hugo Chavez. Evidentemente un personaje carismático y bastante excéntrico – líder de la llamada “revolución bolivariana”- que encabezó un proceso social, muy complejo, que contiene hasta ahora una gama de aciertos, contradicciones y limitaciones. Las diferentes tendencias políticas han dado condolencias, han planteado sus opiniones a favor del proceso o se han posicionado de alguna forma sobre este hecho y el proceso detrás. Los libertarios no se han excluido de este proceso de discusión y un conjunto de puntos de vista se ventilan en los diferentes medios no exentos de polémica. read full story / add a comment
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américa del norte / méxico / la izquierda / debate Wednesday December 26, 2012 23:36 byIzquierda Revolucionaria Internacionalista   image 1 image
Respuesta de la Asamblea de la Facultad de Filosofia y Letras de la UNAM al historiador Adolfo Gilly con respecto al articulo aparecido en http://www.jornada.unam.mx/2012/12/05/politica/014a1pol
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Praxis: teoria, ideologia e prática política.
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / a esquerda / debate Monday November 19, 2012 19:35 byRafael V. da Silva   image 2 images
Este texto é uma versão adaptada do artigo Praxis Anarquista: Teoria, Alienação e Autonomia, publicado no site Passapalavra e que fora ligeiramente modificado, revisado e corrigido. Para facilitar a leitura, separamos as duas partes do artigo. Essa separação foi realizada sob a compreensão de que as duas partes do texto podem ser lidas de maneira independente sem prejúizo para o entendimento de seus argumentos. read full story / add a comment

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Banner from the action. Photo: Christian Vassdal imageBanner action against Oslo Energy Forum 23:33 Thu 05 Mar by Motmakt 0 comments

Today we, a group of autonomous environmental activists, hung a 40 square metre banner from the Holmenkollen ski jump to protest the Oslo Energy Forum. The forum is being held at Scandic Holmenkollen Hotel, which is located just a couple of hundred metres from the ski jump. There are two primary reasons for why we chose to have our banner action at this location: firstly, because it is a national landmark that lies in close proximity to the place where the forum is held, and secondly, because winter sports like skiing will be something only found in history books if the fossil fuel industry is allowed to continue at its current levels of pollution. [Norsk]

Banner fra aksjonen. Foto: Christian Vassdal imagePressemelding om Oslo Energy Forum 23:29 Thu 05 Mar by Motmakt 0 comments

Vi, en gruppe autonome miljøaktivister, har i dag festet et ca 40 kvm. stort banner til Holmenkollbakken for å protestere mot Oslo Energy Forum, som avholdes et stenkast unna hoppanlegget på Scandic Holmenkollen hotell. Vi valgte Holmenkollbakken ikke bare fordi det er et kjent landemerke som vil gi budskapet vårt den nødvendige oppmerksomheten, men også fordi skisporten er noe av det vi bare kan glemme i framtiden hvis vi lar fossilindustrien fortsette å ødelegge kloden vår. [English]

textIl Jobs Act figlio delle linee di ristrutturazione dell'industria in Europa 22:01 Thu 05 Mar by Alternativa Libertaria / FdCA 0 comments

I recentissimi decreti applicativi del Jobs Act emanati dal governo italiano si aggiungono ad altre legislazioni anti-operaie approvate all'interno dell'Unione Europea (UE). I contratti individuali a tutele crescenti, la ridefinizione del lavoro subordinato, la flessibilità svincolata dalla contrattazione, la monetizzazione dei licenziamenti e dell'espulsione dal ciclo produttivo hanno lo scopo immediato di portare all'irrilevanza il diritto di coalizione dei lavoratori ed il ruolo dell'organizzazione sindacale dentro le fabbriche.

textGenova: Multinazionali a delinquere. Il caso Ericsson Jabil 19:15 Thu 05 Mar by Coordinamento lavoratori e lavoratrici Genova 0 comments

Le lotte e l'unità dei lavoratori sono rimaste l'unico strumento per difendere i nostri diritti.

textTrento. Solidarietà ai lavoratori della Sapes. No alle intimidazioni contro gli operai. 02:32 Wed 04 Mar by Alternativa Libertaria/FdCA 0 comments

Negli anni recenti, la gestione padronale si è contraddistinta per intimidazioni ai danni di lavoratori, lavoratrici ed esponenti sindacali, svolgendo una vera e propria azione antisindacale sia nei confronti del diritto di assemblea in fabbrica che del diritto di sciopero.

10346217_712961835438371_2546542214056368716_n.jpg image[Chile] Sexualidad placentera y maternidad elegida ¡Yo elijo! Dónde, cómo y cuándo 20:17 Mon 02 Mar by La Alzada 0 comments

Hace algunas semanas Bachelet envió el proyecto de ley sobre aborto terapéutico. La iniciativa causó diversas reacciones entre la derecha y miembros conservadores de la Nueva Mayoría. El ejemplo más triste fue el protagonizado por el diputado DC Pablo Lorenzini quien afirmó que algunas violaciones se producían porque las mujeres habían bebido unos “traguitos de más”, por su parte la Iglesia quiere impedir su aprobación a toda costa. Y como siempre poco se ha escuchado la voz de las mujeres. A continuación reproducimos una columna escrita por la Alzada publicado por Solidaridad el año 2013. El debate continúa y es pertinente recordar quienes han impulsado la batalla en defensa de los derechos de las mujeres.

unnamed.jpg imagePor un Marzo de Lucha y Feminista 20:10 Mon 02 Mar by Acción Libertaria Estudiantil 0 comments

Como Acción Libertaria Estudiantil (ALE), damos inicio a un marzo lleno de lucha y organización desde una perspectiva feminista.

textL'antifascismo non si vende 06:22 Mon 02 Mar by Alternativa Libertaria/FdCA 0 comments

Obiettivo comune di tutti coloro a cui sta a cuore la difesa dei valori antifascisti deve essere la chiusura di Casapound a Cremona, senza se e senza ma.

textPer l'unione della classe lavoratrice 17:47 Tue 24 Feb by Coordinamento lavoratori e lavoratrici Genova 0 comments

Un coordinamento per stringere e rafforzare i legami di fratellanza tra i lavoratori, nel quale potranno confluire i tanti lavoratori, la maggioranza, delle piccole aziende, oggi isolati da quelli delle medie e grandi imprese, e i sempre più numerosi disoccupati.

textMeet the new boss: Greek police baton & tear gas migrant demonstration 22:54 Mon 23 Feb by Andrew Flood 0 comments

Saturday police in Greece batoned and tear gassed protesters outside one of the migrant detention camps now being run by Syriza. Militant protests both inside and outside the camp resumed last weekend after the suicide of a Pakistani migrant, Nadim Mohammed who had been held for 18 months, released and then returned to the Amygdaleza camp. The news of the suicide broke on February 14th along with the news that another migrant had killed themselves in Thessaloniki police station.

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textKobane: seconda fase, quella della resistenza e della ricostruzione Mar 05 by KAF 0 comments

Dopo 134 giorni di fiera resistenza e di strenua difesa, le donne e gli uomini combattenti di Kobane sono riusciti finalmente a sconfiggere il feroce attacco di ISIS grazie anche al sostegno ricevuto da milioni di persone in tutto il mondo. Non è solo una sconfitta per l'ISIS e per il suo sogno di instaurare un Califfato Islamico. Ma si tratta anche della vanificazione del sogno dell'alleato dell'ISIS, il governo turco, di far risorgere l'impero ottomano.
L'attacco a Kobane è stato una guerra per procura portato dall'ISIS in nome dei regimi della regione contro il coraggio del popolo di Kobane e contro l'Autonomia Democratica. [English]

imageBil'in - 10 anni di lotta unitaria e persistente Mar 05 by Ilan Shalif 0 comments

Gli abitanti del villaggio palestinese di Bil'in lottano da 10 anni contro la costruzione del muro della separazione ed il conseguente esproprio delle loro terre. E' stata da subito una lotta non-violenta, portata avanti insieme ad attivisti ebreo-israeliani ed internazionali, che ha influenzato dozzine di altre lotte similari in tutta la Cisgiordania. In questo contributo, l'anarchico israeliano Ilan Shalif spiega qual è il significato della resistenza di Bil'in e vi ripercorre la sua esperienza personale. [English]

imageΟύτε γη, ούτε ύδωρ Mar 05 by Αναρχική Συλλογικότητα "Θρυαλλίδα" 0 comments

Οι παρούσες συνθήκες – άλλες νέες, και άλλες όχι τόσο νέες – σε επίπεδο πολιτικής και οικονομικής πραγματικότητας αλλά και κυρίαρχων ιδεολογημάτων επιβάλλουν μια συμπύκνωση της μέχρι τώρα ανάγνωσής της, στην κατεύθυνση της περιφρούρησης και της ανασυγκρότησης του κοινωνικού και ταξικού κινήματος.

imageUma resposta para as críticas senderistas/maoístas e sua campanha de desinformação sobre Abdullah Oc... Mar 05 by BrunoL 0 comments

Bruno Lima Rocha

Antes de iniciar cabe uma reflexão. Entendo que este portal e os perfis que o espelham em redes sociais não formam necessariamente um espaço apropriado para o debate de tipo corrente política. E, tampouco o tipo de leitor@s que temos não é exclusivamente militante e nem de esquerda engajado. Talvez a virtude deste portal (e perfis) seja justamente esta, dar um tratamento analítico e linguagem jornalística para temas de fundos bem ásperos.

imageThe Europe of repression strikes a blow at social protest in Ireland Mar 04 by José Antonio Gutiérrez D. 0 comments

Hundreds of thousands of people in this small country have been protesting against this policy and the government has encountered a campaign of civil disobedience without precedent, in which the majority of the population refuse to pay. [Castellano]

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textIl Jobs Act figlio delle linee di ristrutturazione dell'industria in Europa Mar 05 AL/FdCA 0 comments

I recentissimi decreti applicativi del Jobs Act emanati dal governo italiano si aggiungono ad altre legislazioni anti-operaie approvate all'interno dell'Unione Europea (UE). I contratti individuali a tutele crescenti, la ridefinizione del lavoro subordinato, la flessibilità svincolata dalla contrattazione, la monetizzazione dei licenziamenti e dell'espulsione dal ciclo produttivo hanno lo scopo immediato di portare all'irrilevanza il diritto di coalizione dei lavoratori ed il ruolo dell'organizzazione sindacale dentro le fabbriche.

textGenova: Multinazionali a delinquere. Il caso Ericsson Jabil Mar 05 0 comments

Le lotte e l'unità dei lavoratori sono rimaste l'unico strumento per difendere i nostri diritti.

textTrento. Solidarietà ai lavoratori della Sapes. No alle intimidazioni contro gli operai. Mar 04 Trento 0 comments

Negli anni recenti, la gestione padronale si è contraddistinta per intimidazioni ai danni di lavoratori, lavoratrici ed esponenti sindacali, svolgendo una vera e propria azione antisindacale sia nei confronti del diritto di assemblea in fabbrica che del diritto di sciopero.

image[Chile] Sexualidad placentera y maternidad elegida ¡Yo elijo! Dónde, cómo y cuándo Mar 02 Solidaridad 0 comments

Hace algunas semanas Bachelet envió el proyecto de ley sobre aborto terapéutico. La iniciativa causó diversas reacciones entre la derecha y miembros conservadores de la Nueva Mayoría. El ejemplo más triste fue el protagonizado por el diputado DC Pablo Lorenzini quien afirmó que algunas violaciones se producían porque las mujeres habían bebido unos “traguitos de más”, por su parte la Iglesia quiere impedir su aprobación a toda costa. Y como siempre poco se ha escuchado la voz de las mujeres. A continuación reproducimos una columna escrita por la Alzada publicado por Solidaridad el año 2013. El debate continúa y es pertinente recordar quienes han impulsado la batalla en defensa de los derechos de las mujeres.

imagePor un Marzo de Lucha y Feminista Mar 02 ALE 0 comments

Como Acción Libertaria Estudiantil (ALE), damos inicio a un marzo lleno de lucha y organización desde una perspectiva feminista.

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