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Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group launched

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The Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group is proud to announce its formation. We are a small group of revolutionary class struggle anarchists who wish to see the anarchist movement grow and develop in a class struggle direction.

The Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group is proud to announce its formation.

The Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group is proud to announce its formation. We are a small group of revolutionary class struggle anarchists who wish to see the anarchist movement grow and develop in a class struggle direction.

We wish to contribute to this by:

(a) Popularising, through our actions and our propaganda, the ideas of anarchism and anarchist methods of struggle amongst the working class;

(b) Clarifying our own perspectives through reflection on history, current events and our own experience; and

(c) Engaging in critical discussion of the ideas and practices of political tendencies in the workers' movement, both anarchist and non-anarchist.

Unless the working class makes a revolution, capitalism will result in a nuclear war - in the long or short term. Unless the anarchist movement grows much stronger, both numerically and theoretically, there will be no successful revolution. And unless there is reflection on our collective experience, the existing obstacles to the growth and development of the anarchist movement will remain.

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