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internacional / género / non-anarchist press Saturday February 16, 2019 - 17:45 byPaula Fraga Arias
No, el feminismo no es lo que cualquier persona crea que es. ... read full story / add a comment
france / belgium / luxemburg / community struggles / non-anarchist press Thursday February 14, 2019 - 20:53 byStefan Kipfer
In 1934, the political situation in France was tense and uncertain. The year began with a mobilization of royalist and fascist militias (on February 6) that were followed immediately (on February 9 and 12) by a response from the Communist and Socialist wings of the workers movement. As Norbert Guterman and Henri Lefebvre reported, “all these men are ready for the concrete liberation a revolution would bring – and perhaps also, unfortunately, the mystique and brutal mythology of the fascists” (1999 [1936], 143, trans. SK). When these lines were written in the mid-1930s, France was experiencing a rising tide of grassroots anti-fascist politics culminating in the strike waves of the early days of the Popular Front government. Yet Lefebvre and Guterman’s warning was well-placed. The Popular Front disintegrated due to many contradictions, ultimately giving rise to Marshall Pétain’s collaborationist administration, France’s contribution to fascist regime politics. ... read full story / add a comment
venezuela / colombia / the left / non-anarchist press Sunday February 03, 2019 - 11:25 byNick Pemberton
Bernie Sanders, we hear, is interested in running for President in 2020. Bernie has once again shot himself in the foot before the starter’s gun goes off. Sanders best known Trump-like statement was calling Venezuelan revolutionary President Hugo Chavez “a dead communist dictator.” Now Sanders, while bucking the establishment on regime change in Venezuela, remains woefully uninformed about neoliberalism’s effects on a global level, and therefore cannot be taken seriously as an agent of radical change. Sanders released a statement on Venezuela that had nothing of substance in relationship to the 1%, neoliberalism, neocolonialism or any of the driving forces of a clear political crisis in the country. Instead, Sanders merely echoed right-wing talking points on Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro, and then, almost as an aside, said the U.S. intervening in Latin America, well, it ends badly. ... read full story / add a comment
venezuela / colombia / historia / other libertarian press Wednesday January 30, 2019 - 08:48 byhttps://alma-apatrida.blogspot.com
Reflexiones de un anarquista catalán sobre los sucesos en Venezuela ... read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / anarchist movement / other libertarian press Monday January 14, 2019 - 18:34 byWoke Anarchists Collective
Anarchism in the UK is a joke. Once symbolising hard-fought struggles for freedom, the word has been stripped bare to make way for narrow-minded, separatist and hateful identity politics by middle class activists keen to protect their own privileges. We write this leaflet to reclaim anarchism from these identity politicians. ... read full story / add a comment
france / belgium / luxemburg / community struggles / non-anarchist press Saturday January 12, 2019 - 19:55 byPamela Anderson
I am glad that the media noticed my brief Twitter take on the situation in France, my adopted country, which has been experiencing a series of mass protests in the last few weeks. ... read full story / add a comment
central america / caribbean / the left / non-anarchist press Saturday January 12, 2019 - 19:30 byNathan Legrand and Éric Toussaint
The violent repression against demonstrators protesting brutal neoliberal policies, which resulted in more than 300 people being killed by regime forces since April 2018, is just one of the reasons why different leftist social movements have condemned the Nicaraguan regime led by President Daniel Ortega and Vice-president Rosario Murillo. The Left has many more reasons to denounce the policies of the regime. To understand this, we must go back to 1979. ... read full story / add a comment
international / community struggles / other libertarian press Thursday January 03, 2019 - 23:45 byTrespass
In this issue, which is online and freely distributed, you’ll find a translation from English to Dutch of a journal article about how a moral panic was generated to enforce the criminalisation of squatting in the Netherlands and a translation to French of a brief text about migration on Idomeni in Greece, near to Macedonia, which was previously published in Trespass 2 in Italian. As interventions in five languages, we have an analysis of the lack of support to the ZAD in Brittany, plus short pieces about the opening of a new anarchist social centre in the Paris suburbs, community resistance to preserve a park in London, the demolition of a community gym in Athens, an (unsuccessful) eviction threat in Catania, and an eviction in Catalonia. And a report on the resquat of the watertower in Utrecht! There’s plenty more news and analysis on this website.
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internacional / community struggles / non-anarchist press Thursday January 03, 2019 - 17:02 byMatías Guerra
Franck Gaudichaud es historiador y académico de la Universidad de Grenoble Alpes, Francia. Ha estudiado al movimiento obrero en Chile desde hace muchos años, destacando su trabajo en español más reciente sobre las distintas formas de autonomía popular en el gobierno de Salvador Allende (“Chile 1970-1973. Mil días que estremecieron al mundo”, Lom, 2016). Desde hace algunos años ha trabajado la historia reciente del movimiento obrero de los trabajadores portuarios de Chile. Conversó con ROSA en esta extensa entrevista. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Friday December 28, 2018 - 23:11 byJoao Marcio and João Pedro Stédile
"Reformed" captain Jair Bolsonaro already committed to the “market” the handover of all decisions in the economic area to large capital, under the hegemony of financial capital and foreign corporations (as personified in Paulo Guedes and his Chicago Boys, including Levy in the Brazilian Development Bank-BNDES). As per the President’s statements, his will be a government directly headed by businessmen committed to the reduction of the “Brazil cost,” that is, to the increase of private profit. A government with such profile would not only give continuity but also radicalize Michel Temer’s agenda with the aim of implementing the following measures: ... read full story / add a comment
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internacional / repression / prisoners / other libertarian press Wednesday December 19, 2018 - 02:52 bySecretariat Permanent CGT Catalunya   image 1 image
Podríem dir que és el món al revés, però malauradament és la norma. El novembre de 2016, la companya Lola, delegada de la CGT a la Diputació de Barcelona, va viatjar a Grècia per ajudar a un jove kurd de 17 anys, Ayad, a passar la frontera grega per reunir-se amb la seva família. Una família més separada per la guerra i la política antiinmigració de la Unió Europea.

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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / anti-fascism / non-anarchist press Tuesday November 06, 2018 - 17:37 byPierre Beaudet
The catastrophe – expected and foreseeable – has happened. This immense country, with its 200 million inhabitants, is now in darkness. At best, it will take a decade or two to emerge. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / antifascismo / non-anarchist press Tuesday November 06, 2018 - 17:27 byBernardo Gutiérrez
El relato victimista del PT, la división de las izquierdas, la ausencia histórica de autocrítica y apostar por la polarización ayudaron a la ultra derecha a tomar el poder en Brasil. ... read full story / add a comment
international / workplace struggles / non-anarchist press Monday November 05, 2018 - 18:55 byDan La Botz
Thousands of Google employees throughout the United States and around the world walked off their jobs yesterday, Nov. 1, “to protest sexual harassment, misconduct, lack of transparency, and a workplace that doesn’t work for everyone.” Beginning in Singapore and working its way around the globe the movement closed Google offices from Mountain View, California, in Boulder and New York, as well as in London, Dublin, Zurich and Berlin. ... read full story / add a comment
international / history of anarchism / other libertarian press Friday November 02, 2018 - 18:40 byKSL
KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library No. 96, October 2018 has just been posted on our site. The PDF is up at: https://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/sj3wmw. The contents page is at https://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/j3tzrw ... read full story / add a comment
internacional / la izquierda / non-anarchist press Thursday November 01, 2018 - 00:06 byAndrés Bianque Squadracci
Progresistas, reformistas, feministas, izquierdistas vendidos, oportunistas, corruptos, nepotistas: patas de la misma araña de rincón que envenena y paraliza la movilización de la clase trabajadora. Esos que son incapaces de presentar un proyecto político serio o de levantar una organización que vele y se la juegue por los derechos de todos. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Sunday October 28, 2018 - 04:06 byAlfredo Saad-Filho
Brazil will elect its new President on 28 October 2018. Since the judicial-parliamentary coup that removed elected President Dilma Rousseff, of the Workers’ Party (PT), the new administration (led by her former Vice-President, Michel Temer) has advanced its agenda of neoliberal ‘reforms’. The economic crisis has continued unabated, and the campaign for the destruction of the PT has intensified, leading to the imprisonment of former President and PT founder Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.[1] Finally, the Armed Forces have increasingly intervened in political life, particularly through the occupation of peripheral areas in Rio de Janeiro. Their close articulation with the Judiciary is encapsulated in the appointment of General Fernando Azevedo e Silva as ‘advisor’ to the President of the Supreme Court, and in statements that would be scandalous in less turbulent times, such as the thinly-disguised demand for Lula’s incarceration issued by Army Commander General Eduardo Villas Boas. The co-ordinated shift of public institutions toward an exceptionally excluding variety of neoliberalism was challenged by attempts to rebuild the left through Lula’s campaign for the presidency and, in particular, through his convoy around the country in early 2018, which led to his steep rise in the opinion polls. ... read full story / add a comment
southern africa / gender / non-anarchist press Saturday October 27, 2018 - 08:34 byGauteng Community Health Care Forum
On the 1-2 November 2018, at St George Hotel and Convention Centre in Pretoria, the summit will
sign a vague and hollow declaration in support of the fight against gender-based violence, so that
the government and the parties involved can pretend that it is supported by all sections of South
African society, coming together to fight for women, LGBTIQ+ and children, when in reality the
scourge of gender based violence will remain unchanged. ... read full story / add a comment
international / anti-fascism / non-anarchist press Thursday October 25, 2018 - 18:22 byMario Candeias
It is the time of monsters. The organic crisis of the old neoliberal project has also brought forth the rise of a new radical right. Yet these monsters are quite different from one another: we have strong men like Trump, Kurz and Macron – political entrepreneurs shaping a new authoritarianism from positions of governance. Theresa May and Boris Johnson act quite similar, with less success, but unlike the others they are established representatives of authoritarian elite right-wing conservatism. They all share an anti-establishment discourse, although they have strong capital factions backing them. ... read full story / add a comment
southern africa / workplace struggles / non-anarchist press Saturday September 29, 2018 - 07:27 byInternational Labour, Research & Information Group
The International Labour, Research & Information Group (ILRIG) along with the forty-one (41) community, labour and other civil society organisations, gathered in Johannesburg for the 16th Annual Globalisation School, condemn in the strongest possible terms the violent repression of the legitimate protest engaged in today by casualised/contract workers at the Ekurhuleni Municipality. The protest was organised by the Simunye Workers Forum (SWF), who are part of the School. ... read full story / add a comment

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