Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Apr 26 2017 07:54
Short call to get rooted and to link up local working class initiatives - a basic proposal
Submitted by Internationalis... on Apr 23 2017 15:51
The corruption of the Zuma regime has now reached scandalous levels but it was entirely predictable given the ANC's past.
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Apr 17 2017 08:45
In a small town in the east of Morelos, on a small console bought with the donations of hundreds of people, there are four RCA cables connected that give life to the recently created Community Radio Hueyapan 105.5. The radio embodies the maxim of Neil Armstrong, a small step forward for creating community, and a giant leap toward self-government in Hueyapan.
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Apr 17 2017 08:39
On Saturday, April 15th, a black bloc made up of young antifascists, anarchists, and communists fought against members of neo-nazi organizations and Donald Trump president’s supporters in Berkeley, California.
Submitted by Internationalis... on Apr 16 2017 15:48
Two articles by Battaglia Comunista translated from Italian analysing two stories which demonstrate some of the limitations of base (rank and file) unionism. The first concerns the split in SiCobas which has seen the formation of Solcobas and the second on a classic sting targetting of Aldo Milani, chief spokesperson for SiCobas.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Apr 15 2017 08:52
Parts of the radical left see the Universal Basic Income (UBI) demand as a potential vehicle to a) ‘make people think’ about productive potentials and wealth distribution in capitalism; and b) unify a (fragmented and atomised) working class through a common demand. We think that the demand ain’t helpful for the following reasons.
Submitted by libcom on Apr 12 2017 12:15
A century after the Bolsheviks seized power from the soviets, libcom.org choose some of the best texts about an uprising that changed the world forever
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Apr 9 2017 18:52
Spanish dockworkers have sucessfully fought back against the EU's inherent neoliberalism. Lessons abound.
Submitted by Soapy on Apr 8 2017 20:30
Cheerleaders for Syrian intervention refuse to learn lessons from recent history
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Apr 8 2017 07:27
“Impossible just takes a little bit longer”: Demián Revart reports on the decision of the indigenous Suc-Tuc community in the Hopelchén municipality of Campeche, Mexico, to declare autonomous self-government, following their struggles against biotech multinational Monsanto as well as the Mexican state.
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Apr 8 2017 07:17
Interview with members of the indigenous Cherán K’eri community in Mexico, whose struggle against central government and illegal logging has seen the development of libertarian organising, with direct democracy, equal participation of women, and autonomous patrols of both the community and neighbouring forests, all striking fear into the heart of the Mexican government.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Apr 2 2017 05:22
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Mar 31 2017 12:56
Paul Kingsnorth, writing in The Guardian, has called for an explicitly nationalist environmentalism. Out of the Woods offer a critique and an alternative.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Mar 30 2017 11:19
Short report on an office occupation by the Maritime Union of Australia The Word From Struggle Street - a collaborative anticapitalist blog from Brisbane
Submitted by Reddebrek on Mar 28 2017 08:54
A post about an often overlooked role that speech and expression play in human interactions.
Submitted by Nate on Mar 25 2017 19:14
Blog post about how stuff feels different and relationships change over the course of a life on the left
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Mar 24 2017 15:39
The first part of the article looks at the current hype around automation and post-industrialism. The second part looks at the concrete conditions in the west London factory, which largely employs female migrant workers.
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Mar 24 2017 12:09
The indigenous Community Council for Hueyapan Autonomy is struggling for self-government, a collective economy, direct democracy and the strengthening of its community guards against state police and clandestine destruction of the forests.
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