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ireland / britain / community struggles / news report Tuesday September 20, 2016 19:31 by Brian 2 images
The Irish government's attempt to introduce domestic water charges in Ireland is not going well. In fact, for them it's been a disaster because it's sparked off a huge upsurge in working class self organisation and direct action. Saturday saw thousands of anti-water charges campaigners flooding the streets of Dublin o to again voice their opposition to Irish Water & water charges and as a show of strength for the movement. read full story / add a comment
irlanda / gran bretagna / lotte sul territorio / opinione / analisi Wednesday September 02, 2015 17:47 by Brian Ancom 1 image
ireland / britain / community struggles / opinion / analysis Friday August 21, 2015 20:20 by Brian Ancom 1 image
internationaal / geschiedenis van het anarchisme / recensie Monday December 11, 2006 22:10 by James O'Brian 1 comment (last - monday december 11, 2006 22:11)
Dit boek dient als een introductie tot Malatesta's denken over het anarchisme. En het is ook zeer helder denken. Je kunt het er mee eens zijn of het er niet mee eens zijn, maar je zult niet je hoofd pijnigen door te proberen een lading van jargon te ontcijferen. read full story / add a comment
central america / caribbean / repression / prisoners / other libertarian press Wednesday December 07, 2005 00:09 by Brian Concannon Jr., Esq.
Haiti’s election dates have now been reset for the fourth time in the last five months by the Interim Government of Haiti (IGH) that the U.S, France and Canada installed after kidnapping Haiti's elected President in February, 2004. The IGH will now miss the February 7, 2005 deadline for transferring power that it had promised to meet for 21 months.
These delays, and the logistical problems underlying them, are a cause for concern. But the logistical defects should not obscure the more fundamental problems that will prevent the elections, whenever held, from helping Haiti to break from its brutal history of political instability. read full story / add a comment
international / history of anarchism / review Tuesday April 19, 2005 21:14 by Brian Morris 1 comment (last - monday may 14, 2007 22:03)
Harassed, abused, jailed, denigrated, ridiculed, misunderstood in his own day, poor old Bakunin has long been treated by Marxists and liberal scholars alike in the most appalling and derogatory fashion. read full story / add a comment