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greece / turkey / cyprus / the left / other libertarian press Monday August 03, 2015 02:33 by CLASS WAR
“Communists supposed it… but Syriza surpassed their expectations…” read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Saturday December 27, 2014 05:10 by CLASS WAR   text 2 comments (last - thursday january 08, 2015 15:32)
The text “In Rojava: People’s War is not Class War”, which you can read below, represents a contribution of the “Internationalist Communist Tendency” (ICT) to a debate that has been taking place in certain circles claiming “anti-capitalist struggle” since several weeks. The central points of this discussion are current events in Western Kurdistan - Rojava. read full story / add a comment
russia / ukraine / belarus / imperialism / war / opinion / analysis Friday April 25, 2014 23:31 by CLASS WAR
Rumours of war resound noisily in Europe again, cannons are loaded, fighter-bombers are packed with murderous bullets and bombs, missiles point their nuclear warheads at their future objectives: after wars that caused unrest locally and according to circumstances in Yugoslavia, Georgia, Chechnya, Dagestan, Ossetia etc. during this last quarter of century, preconditions for a new war have been intensively maturing in the Ukraine now, a war much more extensive and with unimaginable international effects. read full story / add a comment
mashrek / arabia / irak / lotte sul territorio / altra stampa libertaria Thursday May 12, 2011 19:30 by CLASS WAR Group
Sono mesi e settimane che un forte movimento sta attraversando il cosiddetto "Mondo Arabo", il quale non è altro che una parte dell'intero mondo capitalistico. Paesi come la Tunisia, l'Egitto, lo Yemen, il Bahrain, la Libia, la Siria ed altri, e città come Tunisi, Gafsa, Sfax, Kasserine, Cairo, Alessandria, Suez, San'a', Aden, Tripoli, Bengasi, Misrata, Tobruch, Damasco, Der'a, Latakia, Homs ed altre sono investite da una incandescente rabbia sociale. [English] read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / community struggles / other libertarian press Tuesday May 10, 2011 15:24 by CLASS WAR Group
Since weeks and months a strong movement is taking place in the so-called "Arab world", which is nothing but a part of the whole world of capital. Countries like Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, Libya, Syria, etc., cities like Tunis, Gafsa, Sfax, Kasserine, Cairo, Alexandria, Suez, Sanaa, Aden, Tripoli, Benghazi, Misrata, Tobruk, Damas, Deraa, Lattakia, Homs, etc. are in fire and burning from our social anger. Protests and demonstrations, clashes with police and special units, mass and violent strikes, lootings, burnings down of banks and state institutions, actions of solidarity and agitation, setting up committees and "shoras"... all that and many others are expressions of the proletarian movement that has been spreading across these regions. It is our class perspective what emerges from these "popular revolts" â in organising structures for distribution of food and medical help outside and against exchange relations like in Misrata e.g., as in workers destroying headquarters of Egyptian official trade union or in revolutionary defeatist demonstrations in Saudi Arabia against their "own" troops being sent to crush the rebellion in Bahrain. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / community struggles / other libertarian press Sunday October 09, 2005 19:49 by London CLASS WAR
Welcome to the October issue of London Calling - a special issue devoted to the London anarchist bookfair.
Inside you will find a guide to the radical (and not so radical) history of Holloway, plus a few brickbats are thrown in the direction of the residents of Kensington and Chelsea, and their 4x4s! read full story / add a comment
George Floyd: one death too many in the “land of the free”
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