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north america / mexico / anarchist movement / opinion / analysis Saturday March 03, 2007 11:11 by Jon 2 comments (last - sunday march 04, 2007 17:32)
We are taught that we need support of the government, that groups working outside of the system, without state sanction, always fail. We are stuck thinking that we can do it, if only we try our hardest. The truth is that all we’ll gain is a small victory, temporary contentment, while oppression continues. We are never taught to see the big picture. We are taught to see the big picture of the poverty that remains, but not who perpetuates it....
Can we get anywhere? That is the first question... read full story / add a comment
southern africa / education / anarchist communist event Friday February 02, 2007 20:21 by Jonathan 2 comments (last - thursday february 08, 2007 14:04)
On Saturday 10th February the ZACF will be holding an anarchist political education workshop at a hostel in Sebukeng township, south of Johannesburg. This is the third workshop the ZACF will be doing at the invitation of the Working Class Crisis Committee, an Anti-Privatation Forum affiliate. It is an indication that anarchist ideas are being seriously considered and proving of interest to struggling communities in the region. read full story / add a comment
scandinavia / danmark / island / workplace struggles / opinion/analysis Monday April 10, 2006 23:53 by Jonas Bals
Idag ble det klart at de franske unge har vunnet deres kamp mot arbeidsloven CPE. Er det en historisk seier? read full story / add a comment
france / belgium / luxemburg / workplace struggles / opinion / analysis Monday April 10, 2006 23:42 by Jonas Bals
In last week’s edition of the British magazine The Economist, much attention was paid to the movement in France. The liberalist paper was deeply concerned whether the French ruling class would bow for the street protests and thereby duck «its ‘Thatcher moment’» or not – and thereby escape «the point when the country might have tested the union-led resistance and imposed liberal economics on a fearful public.» Today, it became clear that they have. read full story / add a comment
southern africa / repression / prisoners / feature Thursday January 26, 2006 00:57 by Jonathan 1 comment (last - thursday january 19, 2006 21:21) 1 image
Statement and appeal for international solidarity with Swaziland and the 16 pro-democracy activists arrested in December after a spate of firebomb attacks, whose charges have now been upgraded to High Treason, awaiting their sentences of possible death or life imprisonment. read full story / add a comment
southern africa / repression / prisoners / press release Wednesday January 18, 2006 23:15 by Jonathan
A letter to the editor of The Times of Swaziland, which carried an article in the January 15th edition falsely saying that the Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Federation claimed responsibility for bombing a police van. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / miscellaneous / anarchist communist event Sunday September 11, 2005 03:29 by Jon Glackin
No More Deaths On Our Streets
Saturday 17 September @ 2pm
Fr. Peter McVerry
Mick O’Reilly, Reg. Sec. TGWU
Ray O’Reilly, Asst. Gen. Sec. IWU
International Homeless Forum http://www.forums.homeless.org.au/
Residents Against Racism
The recent tragic deaths of two ‘homeless’ people in Dublin highlights the Governments acute inadequacies in serving its citizens. On a weekly basis people die needlessly on Irish streets due to the acute lack of housing and lack of services to those in need. In response to these recent deaths Street Seen, Irish Anti-Poverty Paper, are calling on people to protest in Dublin saying clearly enough is enough: No More Deaths On Our Streets
Jon Glackin 0774 327 5533
Mark Grehan 087 797 4622 read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Sunday September 11, 2005 03:27 by Jon Glackin
No More Deaths On Our Streets
Saturday 17 September @ 2pm
Street Seen is calling on all those individuals, groups and organisations who wish to see the end of avoidable deaths on Irish Streets and homelessness to support this demonstration as a matter of urgency. read full story / add a comment
international / culture / non-anarchist press Tuesday September 06, 2005 15:03 by Jonathan McIntosh 7 comments (last - monday september 28, 2009 05:44)
This article examines the most recent film adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, in relation to issues of racism and colonialism. read full story / add a comment
POG Shuts Down Military-Recruitment Station in Pittsburgh
Police attack with tasers, dogs, and chemical weapons. Six arrested, two hospitalized, many injured. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / environment / anarchist communist event Tuesday July 26, 2005 10:21 by Jon Glackin
Belfast Solidarity Actions with the Jailed Rossport 5
Friday 29th July @ 1 Pm
Join our Picket @:
The Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate in Belfast
Michael F. Ewing’s Shipping Ltd.
l5-l9 Corporation Square
Belfast BTl 3AJ
Please bring Friends, Banners and Noise
This can be a great important opportunity to bring the campaign directly to the Norwegian state who own 70% of Statoil. The Imprisoned five farmers from Rossport, County Mayo, Ireland were incarcerated on foot of legal proceedings brought against them by the consortium Corrib Gas which is made up of Statoil, Shell and Marathon.
A further Shell Action is planned for 6 pm in Belfast in conjunction with other national protests (Details TBC.)
Further Details contact 0774 327 5533
PLEASE CIRCULATE WIDELY...
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ireland / britain / community struggles / anarchist communist event Tuesday July 12, 2005 23:10 by Jon Glackin 1 comment (last - wednesday july 13, 2005 18:49)
Street Seen presents "Home for a Night" fundraiser. In the Lower Deck, Portobello in Dublin. Gig starts at 8 o'clock
Come join Street Seen for a few drinks and a dance to good music provided by homeless DJ's.
Street Seen is a not for profit homeless paper. The proceeds of this gig is split between Residents Against Racism and Street Seen.
There will be film screenings and photo exhibitions on the night. Anyone with suitable material get in touch asap...
Any progressive groups who want distro/info space get in touch asap...
ALL WELCOME!!! read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / non-anarchist press Friday May 06, 2005 00:49 by Jonathan Leyse
Solidarity! Revolutionary Center and Radical Library, 1119 Massachusetts St. is one of many “Infoshops,” anarchists libraries and organizing spaces, popping up around the country in recent years. read full story / add a comment