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ireland / britain / anarchist movement / non-anarchist press Sonntag September 06, 2020 - 00:24 bei Sian Cain
The anarchist and author of bestselling books on capitalism and bureaucracy died in a Venice hospital on Wednesday. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / migration / racism / non-anarchist press Donnerstag Dezember 12, 2019 - 19:26 bei Leo Panitch
The vilification of the leader of the UK Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, as an antisemite has intensified in the run up to the December 12 election in Britain. What makes this especially troubling, not to say bizarre, is that since he first became a member of parliament in 1983 Corbyn has been the most consistent campaigner against all forms of racism. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / the left / non-anarchist press Mittwoch Februar 27, 2019 - 18:03 bei Jeremy Gilbert
It’s the changing nature of class and capital that’s caused this split – and should shape the Left’s response to it. But discussing class meaningfully is the last media taboo. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / anarchist movement / other libertarian press Montag Januar 14, 2019 - 18:34 bei Woke 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. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / anti-fascism / non-anarchist press Freitag August 10, 2018 - 17:14 bei David Rosenberg
NOT content with calling Jeremy Corbyn a “fucking anti-semite and racist,” and treating herself as the victim when the Labour Party threatened to act on a third party complaint about her use of outrageous and abusive language against a fellow Labour MP whom she has known for several decades, and is the leader of the Labour Party, Margaret Hodge has had the chutzpah to compare her fight against Corbyn’s alleged anti-semitism with her fight in her Barking constituency against the British National Party (BNP). ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / anarchist movement / other libertarian press Donnerstag Juli 30, 2015 - 11:15 bei John Mulligan
There are preliminary ideas about anarchism and the difficulty it faces. The short piece of writing is sombre in places but ends on a positive note. It is an attempt to separate anarchism from other ideologies. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / anarchist movement / other libertarian press Sonntag Oktober 26, 2014 - 19:22 bei Anarchist Federation - publications
We are pleased to announce a 12-page issue of our paper Resistance (#157, ANGRY WOMEN WIN) for October 2014 and we also have a brand new Organise! magazine - issue 83 Winter 2014, plus a new edition of our pamphlet Basic Bakunin.

Resistance #157 and Basic Bakunin are free downloads (or to order in print) and Organise! is currently available as a single issue or annual subscription in print direct from us and is also available, as usual, from the AK Press and Active Distribution online shops.

Get Organise! 83 now from Active Distribution: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/magazines/33....html (you can also order the latest issue of Black Flag: http://www.activedistributionshop.org/shop/magazines/33....html ). ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / miscellaneous / non-anarchist press Donnerstag Dezember 19, 2013 - 19:57 bei Peter Kearney
Could Israel be so determined to muzzle criticism of its crimes against the Palestinian people that it would flex its diplomatic muscle against a small Irish radio station? My inability to broadcast a regular international politics show on Dublin’s Near FM this month indicates that is indeed the case. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / miscellaneous / other libertarian press Samstag Juli 06, 2013 - 06:17 bei Resistance editors
JULY/AUGUST 2013 RESISTANCE #153 is out. UPRISING! Coming to a democracy near you (Egypt, Turkey, Brazil, Slovenia), Whistle Blowers, Industrial Roundup (Bridgewater postal strike, Runcorn building workers wildcat, Teachers’ Strike, Brighton refuse-worker update), Spanish Anarchist Prisoner Support, Clément Méric anti-fascist demo. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / repression / prisoners / non-anarchist press Donnerstag Juni 13, 2013 - 18:50 bei éirígí
Following the arrest and detention this morning (Wednesday) of a member of the socialist republican party, éirígí, while putting up anti-G8 posters on Belfast’s Falls Road, the PSNI also seized similar posters from other members of the party in the Glen Road area of the city. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / community struggles / other libertarian press Samstag Mai 04, 2013 - 01:23 bei Resistance editors
MAY 2013 RESISTANCE is out. THE GREEN SHOOTS OF REVOLT (Bedroom Tax), Pro-choice in Ireland, Benefits interviewee campaign, Bristol Bookfair report (and forthcoming Sheffield bookfair), Greece migrant worker attacks, Bangladesh factory solidarity, Jock Palfreeman prisoner support. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / the left / non-anarchist press Dienstag April 16, 2013 - 00:45 bei Roger Annis
The death of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on April 8 has renewed an intense political debate in Britain and internationally over her legacy. For her ruling class sycophants, Thatcher was a heroine, “one of the greatest” prime ministers Britain ever had. While she is falsely credited with lifting Britain out of a lasting economic slump during the 1970s, she did succeed in imposing a drastic and lasting shift in the balance of social and economic wealth between rich and poor, very much to the detriment of the latter. She was prime minister from 1979 to 1990. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / anarchist movement / other libertarian press Freitag April 12, 2013 - 07:46 bei Anarchist Federation
We've reached issue 150 of Resistance after 15 years at ten issues a year. If you'd like to look at back issues you can go to our website (link below, Publications menu), or if you like typing then try http://www.afed.org.uk/res/resist1.pdf for issue one and then replace the 1 by any number between 2 and 150 for the rest. Easy or what?

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ireland / britain / workplace struggles / non-anarchist press Mittwoch November 14, 2012 - 23:02 bei Cat Wiener
As a nation swooned over a Royal wedding costing an estimated £10 million+, it emerged that cleaners at Buckingham Palace earn only £6.45 an hour, well under the recommended London Living Wage of £7.85ph (shortly to rise to £8.30). ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / repression / prisoners / non-anarchist press Dienstag November 06, 2012 - 18:49 bei Kurdistan Solidarity Ireland
Hundreds of Kurdish prisoners are now taking part in a hunger strike which they have declared is to be indefinite.
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ireland / britain / anarchist movement / other libertarian press Dienstag Juni 19, 2012 - 00:14 bei Resistance editors
JUNE 2012 RESISTANCE is out. OLYMPIC FORTRESS. Czech discontent, Prisoner resistance, Manchester Mayday, Portugal, Quebec student strike, Turkey police raids, Honduras land occupations, Chile student movement, Anti-austerity world-wide, London East End estate carve-up, Olympic fortress, Pro-life opposition.

Read online or download printable PDF - link below.

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Hare Coursing: Please help to end this cruelty
ireland / britain / environment / non-anarchist press Samstag April 07, 2012 - 21:53 bei John Fitzgerald   image 2 images
Petitioning against the horrific cruelty of live hare coursing in Ireland ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / economy / non-anarchist press Donnerstag März 08, 2012 - 22:54 bei Vicky Donnelly
On the occasion of International Women’s Day we ask - Is Ireland stuck in an abusive relationship with the Troika? ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / community struggles / other libertarian press Donnerstag Februar 02, 2012 - 18:41 bei Frank
The latest action report from protestors engaged in the ten year long struggle against the construction of a Shell gas terminal and refinery in Rossport, Count Mayo in the West of Ireland. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
ireland / britain / economy / non-anarchist press Dienstag Januar 31, 2012 - 03:24 bei Derek Scally
NOBEL PRIZE-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz has described the continued payments by the Government to unsecured bondholders as “unconscionable”. ... ganzer Artikel lesen / Kommentar hinzufügen
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wardens1.jpg image30 years Haringey Solidarity Group 17:56 Fr 21 Mai by Haringey Solidarity Group 0 comments

30 years Haringey Solidarity Group: A Celebration of 30 years of radical ideas
and campaigning in Haringey and beyond

_117840122_mediaitem117839610.jpg imageA Statement about Kill the Bill 18:09 Mo 03 Mai by A few members of Haringey Solidarity Group 0 comments

Haringey Solidarity Group supports this campaign Kill the Bill# and all struggles everywhere that seek to bring about more equality, autonomy, self- determination, and freedom for all people, we want to build a better world that liberates all.

nhs_demo.jpg imageCOVID-19: Not going back to “business as usual” 19:58 Di 12 Mai by Haringey Solidarity Group 0 comments

We might all have our own campaigns. Some may see disability rights as most important; some housing; others refugees. All are equally important. We don’t want a hierarchy of needs. Fight for your particular cause yes – but link up with others. An injury to one is an injury to all. The state always tries to divide us. Too often we fight amongst ourselves and miss the real enemy. We need to stick together because once Covid-19 is over the state will come for us like they have never done before. And we need to be ready and supporting each other.

270162740imagea12_1586461103651.jpg image“Clap for Carers” but now they want our money as well 06:40 Mo 13 Apr by HSG 0 comments

This is a statement from some activists from Haringey Solidarity Croup express its support and solidarity to UK National Health Service (NHS) and other workers. In the meantime expresses its anger about that people been asked to pay the money to NHS while the health system is being suffered for almost two decades on the hands of the current government of conservative party and the former one of Labour. The demand is unreasonable while the UK is 3rd richest country in Europe and 6th richest country the world. The statement clarifies the current position of NHS and treatment of the government to NHS.

r0_0_800_600_w1200_h678_fmax.jpg imageDefend Julian Assange 23:17 Mo 13 Mai by Melbourne Anarchist Communist Grouptri 0 comments

The MACG thus defends Julian Assange, not because of his politics, which have curdled and are now quite suspect, nor because we consider him innocent of the Swedish accusations. The US ruling class has no objection to his politics, because they are riddled with the sort of people with whom he has been collaborating. And neither do they have any objection to sexual assault – if they did, Donald Trump would not be President. The United States wants to punish him, not for any crimes he might have committed, but for his good deeds. The MACG defend Assange for those same good deeds.

alan_1.jpg imageAlan MacSimóin (1957-2018): pionero del anarquismo en Irlanda 19:07 Mi 26 Dez by José Antonio Gutiérrez D. 0 comments

El 5 de Diciembre nos embargó un dolor inmenso al escuchar de la inesperada muerte de Alan MacSimóin, veterano anarquista, sindicalista y luchador infatigable de Irlanda. El 13 de Diciembre le despedimos en el cementerio de Glasnevin en Dublín, donde yacen muchos otros revolucionarios que lo precedieron. Será recordado, sin lugar a dudas, como una de las figuras más influyentes en la izquierda irlandesa de las últimas décadas. Fue parte de un puñado de personas que comenzaron a hablar de anarquismo en Irlanda en la década de 1970 y 1980. Su trabajo para crear un espacio para la izquierda libertaria en un país dominado por el conservadurismo político y religioso, cambió por siempre la cara de la política irlandesa por siempre. Ya no sería más un asunto exclusivo de los partidos tradicionales. Si la sociedad irlandesa ha avanzado, en algún grado, durante las últimas décadas, en gran medida se lo debemos a los esfuerzos de personas como Alan.

alan.jpg imageAlan MacSimóin (1957-2018): a pioneer of anarchism in Ireland 08:34 Fr 14 Dez by José Antonio Gutiérrez D. 0 comments

On December 5th we were pained to hear about the untimely death of Alan MacSimóin, veteran anarchist, trade unionist and tireless organiser in Ireland. Today we said farewell to him at Glasnevin cemetery in Dublin, where many other revolutionaries before him have been put to rest. Many friends and comrades from all parties and movements of the left joined his family to bid farewell to this exceptional man. SIPTU, his trade union, had arranged a guard of honour for him. The previous night, the wake at the Teachers’ Club was equally well attended by comrades of all persuasions: from the Communist Party, the Socialist Party and the Socialist Workers Party, Sinn Féin, Workers Solidarity Movement, Workers’ Party, even Labour. He, as a true non-sectarian, had friends in every single left-wing party, a friendship nurtured in decades of activism.

Alan at anti-fascist demo in the 1990s. imageAlan MacSimóin (1957-2018) – Dublin Historian and Political Activist 16:02 Do 06 Dez by Sam 0 comments

We learned at lunchtime today of the tragic news that Alan MacSimóin has died. It was sudden and hit us hard. Alan was a social historian, political activist, trade unionist and great supporter of the Come Here To Me! project from day one.

wsmclgenderviolence.jpg imageWSM marks International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women at their strategy gatherin... 21:12 Mo 26 Nov by Andrew 0 comments

The WSM took some time out from our future directions discussions session at Cloughjordan eco village over the week to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

repealbanner.jpg imageWSM International Women’s Day Message - 2018 19:13 Do 08 Mär by WSM women 0 comments

International Working Women’s Day is steeped in the radical history of women demanding improvement in our daily lives and in our working conditions. IWWD dates back to 1857 in New York City. Women garment workers went on strike to demand a 10-hour working day, better working conditions and equal rights.  In honour of this strike, another was held  in 1908 by women needle trade workers.  They demanded voting rights and, an end to sweatshops and child labour. Two years later, the socialist, Clara Zetkin, proposed that the 8th of March be commemorated as International Working Women’s Day.  It was first celebrated nationally in the Soviet Union after the https://www.wsm.ie/russian-revolution, a  revolution which  began with a strike  of women textile workers. On https://www.wsm.ie/iwd, women stand in solidarity with each other against oppression. We demand control over our lives. We demand https://www.wsm.ie/c/anarchism-oppression-exploitation-policy. We demand freedom.

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imageWhy anarchism isn’t a popular idea? Jul 13 by Zaher Baher 0 comments

This is a very tiny contribution about the factors that caused the weakness of anarchism and the anarchist movement. Once we establish our weakness perhaps it won’t be difficult to overcome our problems. This article covers only three of our weak areas.

imageScrubs: The Story from the Bottom Up Apr 29 by Anonymous 0 comments

We need to politicise the struggle with a clear internationalist response that unifies all of us, our work, our mutual aid and our care. For as long as profit rules, there can be no peace. We need to requisition all health, manufacturing and transport sectors and provide all workers, currently unpaid or paid with fair wages and safe working conditions. This is not a public relations crisis with seemingly unfortunate logistical difficulties, this is an emergency stoked by the greed of those for whom our deaths are only a motivation for the accumulation of their capital.

textIsolation is Communal - Covid19 Apr 04 by WSM 0 comments

It is within times of crisis when the thin veil of neoliberalism slips to reveal the emperor is not wearing any clothes. It exposes the sheer inefficacy of capitalism to cope with human crises and cater for the most basic human needs. In these times, when the capitalist state is left reeling, we see glimpses of community, solidarity and interdependence emerge once again - the very ideals neoliberalism has for the last 40 odd years attempted to erode and eradicate. It exposes that the ‘common sense’ manner of organising our lives, work and economy is entirely at odds with the will of the people but also, very importantly, it provides us with the opportunity to imagine a transformed world

textThe struggle against Covid-19 is also political Apr 04 by WSM 0 comments

The Covid-19 global health crisis is one that required a global response led by health workers but with the consensus of almost everyone. Instead we face a piecemeal response, often in the form of repressive policing solutions that are not even particularly effective and where the borders between the states have undermined collective action and allowed the virus to multiply in the gaps.

imageSinn Féin: From Full Confidence Of Victory To Arrogance And Entitlement Jun 13 by Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir 0 comments

Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir responds to the election analysis offered by Sinn Fein's Natalie Treacy. Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir is an anarchist who was previously involved with republican activism.

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image30 years Haringey Solidarity Group Mai 21 0 comments

30 years Haringey Solidarity Group: A Celebration of 30 years of radical ideas
and campaigning in Haringey and beyond

imageA Statement about Kill the Bill Mai 03 0 comments

Haringey Solidarity Group supports this campaign Kill the Bill# and all struggles everywhere that seek to bring about more equality, autonomy, self- determination, and freedom for all people, we want to build a better world that liberates all.

imageCOVID-19: Not going back to “business as usual” Mai 12 0 comments

We might all have our own campaigns. Some may see disability rights as most important; some housing; others refugees. All are equally important. We don’t want a hierarchy of needs. Fight for your particular cause yes – but link up with others. An injury to one is an injury to all. The state always tries to divide us. Too often we fight amongst ourselves and miss the real enemy. We need to stick together because once Covid-19 is over the state will come for us like they have never done before. And we need to be ready and supporting each other.

imageDefend Julian Assange Mai 13 1 of Anarkismo Editorial Group 0 comments

The MACG thus defends Julian Assange, not because of his politics, which have curdled and are now quite suspect, nor because we consider him innocent of the Swedish accusations. The US ruling class has no objection to his politics, because they are riddled with the sort of people with whom he has been collaborating. And neither do they have any objection to sexual assault – if they did, Donald Trump would not be President. The United States wants to punish him, not for any crimes he might have committed, but for his good deeds. The MACG defend Assange for those same good deeds.

imageWSM International Women’s Day Message - 2018 Mär 08 Workers Solidarity Movement 0 comments

International Working Women’s Day is steeped in the radical history of women demanding improvement in our daily lives and in our working conditions. IWWD dates back to 1857 in New York City. Women garment workers went on strike to demand a 10-hour working day, better working conditions and equal rights.  In honour of this strike, another was held  in 1908 by women needle trade workers.  They demanded voting rights and, an end to sweatshops and child labour. Two years later, the socialist, Clara Zetkin, proposed that the 8th of March be commemorated as International Working Women’s Day.  It was first celebrated nationally in the Soviet Union after the https://www.wsm.ie/russian-revolution, a  revolution which  began with a strike  of women textile workers. On https://www.wsm.ie/iwd, women stand in solidarity with each other against oppression. We demand control over our lives. We demand https://www.wsm.ie/c/anarchism-oppression-exploitation-policy. We demand freedom.

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