fascism

For an anti-fascist, revolutionary unionism

For an anti-fascist, revolutionary unionism.

A statement by the African Peoples Caucus of the Twin Cities Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) about revolutionary unionism's responsibility to be anti-fascist.

Against the mainstream: Nazi privatization in 1930s Germany

An article about the wave of privatisations carried out by the Nazi party in the 1930s.

Black Bloc clashes with fascists and Trump supporters in Berkeley, California

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.

O antifascismo como forma de adesão ao sistema - El último de Filipinas Alacant

Uma crítica à adesão ao reforço do Estado, do aparato repressivo, do poder da classe dominante e da aliança com os exploradores sob o pretexto de combater outra vertente do poder da classe dominante, o fascismo.

Para acabar com o fascismo e com o antifascismo: luta de classes - Askö

Crítica da aceitação da canalização do antagonismo de classes na polarização intercapitalista entre fascismo e antifascismo.

Words can cut deep: speech and violence

A post about an often overlooked role that speech and expression play in human interactions.

Free speech and its limitations in response to dealing with the far right

milo yiannopoulos

A short response to the article The Question of Freedom of Speech Facing Socialists, arguing that there is a big difference between state censorship and a direct action no platform approach.

Hulme against fascism, 1936

Hulme Town Hall, late 19th century

A short account of the attacks on Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists organisation in Hulme, Manchester.

The battle of Stockton, 1933

Central Stockton around this time

A short account, by David Walsh, of the smashing off the streets of Oswald Mosley's fascist Blackshirts in Stockton.

Liverpool versus Oswald Mosley, 1937

Mosley in hospital, 1937

A short account of the time in 1937 when fascist leader Oswald Mosley attempted to address the people of Liverpool, and was promptly hospitalised when they threw stones at him.