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Workers’ struggles in East Asia (November 2012)

Posted by entdinglichung - 14. Dezember 2012

die neue Monatsübersicht von Spartacus auf LibCom: Workers’ struggles in East Asia (November 2012):

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Summary and links to news stories of workers’ struggles around East Asia during November 2012 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.

This month there has been news from Burma/Myanmar, Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, North Korea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. Among the significant events is Singapore’s first strike in 25 years, carried out by Chinese bus drivers – it’s probably too early to suggest this is a sign of China exporting workers militancy, but it’s nice to be hopeful now and then!

Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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Klassenkämpfe in Asien, Oktober 2012

Posted by entdinglichung - 12. November 2012

nachfolgend dokumentiert das Oktober-Update von Spartacus (many thanks for compiling the stuff) auf LibCom: Workers’ struggles in East Asia (October 2012)

Summary and links to news stories of workers’ struggles around East Asia during October 2012 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.

This month there has been news from Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. I haven’t had time to check the JTTP.cn or Jasmine Revolution website this month, but they’re worth a browse for the photos even if you can’t read Chinese or be bothered to use Google Translate. Reports I’ve come across for countries outside of the region can be found here.

The most important stories:

Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

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Workers’ struggles in East Asia (September 2012)

Posted by entdinglichung - 6. Oktober 2012

Die allmonatliche Zusammenstellung auf LibCom: Workers’ struggles in East Asia (September 2012), herzlichen Dank und liebe Grüsse an Spartacus!

Posted in BäuerInnenbewegung, Birma - Burma - Myanmar, China, Gewerkschaft, Indonesien, Internationales, Japan, Kambodscha - Kampuchea, Kapitalismus, Klassenkampf, Laos, Malaysia, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Papua-Neuguinea, Philippinen, Repression, Südkorea, Südostasien, Streik, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam | Leave a Comment »

Zu den ArbeiterInnenkämpfen in Ostasien

Posted by entdinglichung - 9. September 2012

die monatliche Linksammlung auf LibCom: Workers’ struggles in East Asia (August 2012)

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Zu den derzeitigen Klassenkämpfen in Asien

Posted by entdinglichung - 5. Juni 2012

Zwei Lesehinweise:

* Workers’ struggles in East Asia (May 2012) (LibCom)

* Towards a Workers’ Organisation (Part One) – GurgaonWorkersNews May 2012

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Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen (und nicht so radikalen) Linken

Posted by entdinglichung - 10. Mai 2011

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter “Sozialistika” und im Download-Archiv … auf Viento Sur ein Artikel zum 30. Todestag von Juan Andrade:

Trend:

* Ulf Wolter: Das Verhältnis von Kontinuität und Bruch zwischen Jakobinismus, Sozialdemokratismus, Leninismus und Marxismus-Leninismus (1975)
* Wolfgang Harich: Kommunistische Parteien brauchen kein Fraktionsverbot (1993)
* Oskar Anweiler: Das Ende der Rätebewegung: Der Kronstädter Aufstand 1921 (1958)
* Michael R. Krätke: Das Marx-Engels-Problem. Warum Engels das Marxsche „Kapital“ nicht verfälscht hat (2006)
* Das Jahr 1921 und der mitteldeutsche Aufstand. Auszüge aus der Chronik der Geschichte der deutschen Arbeiterbewegung Bd. 2 (1966)
* Bo Gustafsson: Stalins theoretische Arbeiten (1936-1953) (~ 1970)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Hamburg-Ohlsdorf: Albert-Schweitzer-Gymnasium (ASG)
* ‘Göttinger Betriebszeitung’ (GBZ)
* 1. Mai in Göttingen (Beitrag stark erweitert)
* Marxistisch-leninistische Gruppe Mannheim-Ludwigshafen (MLG)
* Marxisten-Leninisten (ML) Südwest

LibCom:

* Ursula Le Guin: The dispossessed (1974)
* Edward P. Thompson: The Moral Economy Reviewed (1991)
* Davide Turcato: Italian anarchism as a transnational movement, 1885-1915 (2007)
* Change the World Without Taking Power? Or Take Power to Change the World? A Debate on Strategies on How to Build Another World (200?, Texte von John Holloway, Daniel Bensaïd, Phil Hearse, Hillary Wainwright)
* Anarchist Federation (AF): Revolution – an unfinished business (1997)
* Class War, Nr. 73 (1997)
* Ernesto Longa: Anarchist Periodicals in English Published in the United States (1833-1955): An Annotated Guide (?)
* Nick Southall: Working for the class: The praxis of the Wollongong Out of Workers’ Union (200?)
* Nick Southall: Wollongong Out Of Workers’ Union interviews (2005-2006)
* M. Bahati Kuumba: “You’ve Struck a Rock.” Gender and Transformation in the US and South Africa (2002)
* Tuvia Ben-Moshe: Winston Churchill and the “Second Front”: A Reappraisal (1990)
* Uri Zilbersheid: The Abolition of Labour in Marx’s Teachings (?)
* Anarchist demonstration in union Square, New York, 1914 photo gallery
* An Anarchist Bricklayer in Plymouth (200?)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Derry Labour Party and Young Socialists: Barricades Bulletin: Special Edition, 25. August 1970

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR):

* Parti communiste de France (PCF): Clarté, 20. Dezember 1922
* Jeunesses socialistes révolutionnaires (JSR): Révolution !, Mai 1938
* Ligue communiste (LC): Les lycéens et la grève du Joint (1972)
* IVe internationale: IVe internationale, Juni-Juli 1957 (u.a. mit einem Nachruf auf Joseph Frey)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Photos de l’Agence Meurisse (1920er)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Antonio Gramsci: Workers’ democracy (1919)
* Antonio Gramsci: Chronicles of the new order (1919)
* Max Shachtman: Trotsky taught us class action (1942)
* Max Shachtman: What is the role of a revolutionary organisation? – Five years of the Workers Party (1945)
* Max Shachtman: Socialist policy in the war (1950)
* Max Shachtman: Kerensky, head of the government that Lenin ousted, debates Max Shachtman (1951)
* Max Shachtman: An open letter to “our friends in Asia” (1951)
* Max Shachtman: For a democratic foreign policy (1953)
* Max Shachtman: Twenty Five Years of American Trotskyism (1953)
* Max Shachtman: Why the working class is central (1953)
* Max Shachtman: The Stalinist Social System (1954)
* Max Shachtman: October was a true working class revolution (1957)
* Max Shachtman: The October Revolution was made for freedom in equality! (1957)
* The Black Dwarf: The Two Trials of Thomas Wooler (1817)
* Heinrich Heine: Letter XLIV (“Communism … the Somber Hero”) (1842)
* Jean Jaures: The Assassination of Marat
(1901)
* Helmut Wagner: El anarquismo y la Revolución española (1937)
* Georgi Plechanow: French Utopian Socialism of the Nineteenth Century (1913)
* Friedrich Engels: Положение рабочего класса в Англии (1845)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta a I. M. Sverdlov (1917)
* Leo Trotzki: Lenin (1924)
* Leo Trotzki: Stalin (1940, pdf-Datei)
* Nikolai Bucharin: The Theory of Permanent Revolution (1924)
* Chris Harman: Parti et classe ( 1969)
* Socialist Organizing Committee, Orange County (SOC): History of the Socialist Organizing Committee (1977)
* Denver Forum, Five Organizations Speak on: Party Building: The Overall Situation in the Communist Movement and How to Complete the Central Task (1977)
* Seize the Time (STT): Seize the Time on the Principal Contradiction (1977)
* Carl Bloice: Left meets Right (1976)
* Massimo Quaini: Marxisme en geografie (1977)

Collectif Smolny:

* Louis Janover: La disparition de René Lefeuvre (1998)
* Karl Marx: Marginal notes on Bakunin’s « Statism and anarchy (18??)
* Henri Meyer: Marx on Bakunin : A neglected text
(1959)
* BILAN: L’Italie en Abyssinie (1935)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento 4 de Mayo: Manifiesto de las Fuerzas Armadas al pueblo y a la nación (1962)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Richard Poulin: Le système de la prostitution militaire en Corée du Sud, en Thaïlande et aux Philippines (2007)
* Richard Poulin: Prostitution et traite des êtres humains, controverses et enjeux – Partie I (2008)
* Richard Poulin: Prostitution et traite des êtres humains, controverses et enjeux – Partie II (2008)
* Joe Allen: Tet: Turning point in the Vietnam War (2008)

Workers’ Liberty:

* Petr Kropotkin: Appeal to the young (1880)

The Militant:

* Farrell Dobbs: The ranks, not competing labor officials, are the union (1967)
* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1936/1961/1986)

Espace contre ciment:

* Helmut Rüdiger: Ein deutscher freiheitlicher Sozialist: Gustav Landauer (1951)
* Das Reich der Erfüllung. Flugschriften zur Begründung einer neuen Weltanschauung, Heft 2 (1901)
* Gedenkboek opgedragen aan F. Domela Nieuwenhuis (1904)
* Gustav Landauer – Postkarten

Archive.org:

* Socialist Party of America (SPA): Socialist Call, Juni 1956 (u.a. mit einem Artikel von Martin Luther King zum Busboykott in Montgomery)
* Carey McWilliams: Witch hunt: the revival of heresy (1950)
* George Seldes: The Fascist Road to Ruin (1935)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Arbeyter un freyheyt (1921)

ICL-FI (Spadtakist):

* Lucy Parsons: The Haymarket Martyrs (1926)
* Workers Vanguard: Gone With the Wind’—50 Years of Racist Trash (1986, Auszug)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Karl Marx: Keine Steuern mehr!!! (1848)

Syndikalismus:

* Carl Windhoff: Tarifkritik (1932)

Viento Sur:

*

Red Mole Rising:

* People’s Democracy (PD): Socialist Republic, Mai 1981 (Sonderausgabe zum Tode von Bobby Sands)
* International Marxist Group (IMG): Socialist Women, Sommer 1977

Projekt Gutenberg:

* Karl Marx: Zur Kritik der Politischen Ökonomie (1859)
* Karl Marx: Lohnarbeit und Kapital (1849)
* Karl Marx: Abschweifung über produktive Arbeit (1863)
* Karl Marx/Friedrich Engels: Die heilige Familie oder Kritik der kritischen Kritik (1844)
* Karl Marx: Zur Judenfrage (1843)
* Karl Marx: Lohn, Preis und Profit (1865)
* Karl Marx: Thesen über Feuerbach (1845)
* Karl Marx: Der achtzehnte Brumaire des Louis Napoleon (1852)

Signalfire:

* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Guerrilla Warfare (1906)

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ArbeiterInnenkämpfe in Asien

Posted by entdinglichung - 4. März 2011

Nicht nur im Nahen Osten ist viel los, eine Übersicht auf LibCom: Workers’ struggles in Asia (February 2011)

Posted in Asien, Birma - Burma - Myanmar, China, Gewerkschaft, Indonesien, Japan, Kambodscha - Kampuchea, Klassenkampf, Malaysia, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Nordkorea, Philippinen, Repression, Südkorea, Singapur, Streik, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam | 1 Comment »

Zwei Solidaritätsaufrufe

Posted by entdinglichung - 13. Oktober 2010

Quelle: LabourStart


* Colombia: Free jailed university lecturer and trade unionist

Miguel Ángel Beltrán Villegas, a Colombian university lecturer and unionist was tried in 2009 by Álvaro Uribe’s government, on charges of “rebellion” and “breaking the law for terrorist purposes”. One year after his imprisonment there has been no evidence to support the allegations against him. During his teaching career, Dr. Beltrán has published various articles and academic papers questioning the official version of the Colombian civil war. He has also criticised Colombia’s education policy and human rights abuses in the country. Education International is deeply concerned that professor Beltrán has been imprisoned for his political beliefs, like so many other teachers in Colombia, without having committed any crime.

* Thailand: Migrant workers have the right to workers’ compensation

At least 2 million migrants from Burma work in low-skilled, dirty and dangerous jobs in Thailand from which they frequently incur accidents and disease. Since 2001, Thailand has discriminated against migrant work accident victims from Burma by denying them access to the Workmen’s Compensation Fund (WCF), even though all workers regardless of national origin are legally eligible for access to this fund. These work accident victims are denied access to work accident compensation from the WCF, rehabilitation assistance and are also denied the right to register as disabled if they suffer permanent disabilities at work. This denial is on the basis that most of these workers were smuggled into Thailand “illegally,” despite more than 1 million of them registering to legally work. The State Enterprise Workers Relations Confederation (SERC), an affiliate of the ITUC, has since 2007 demanded an end to this systematic discrimination against all migrants in Thailand to ensure their access to the WCF equally with Thai workers. The ILO’s Committee of Experts in February 2010 responded to a SERC complaint on this issue stating denial of access to the WCF to migrants from Burma breaches ILO Convention 19 on equality of accident compensation. Thailand then announced plans to set up an insurance scheme managed by private insurance companies to provide compensation to migrant work accident victims. SERC disagrees with this proposal as it is discriminatory and unlawful, but despite our protests, the Government continues to push ahead with this scheme.

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Zur Bewegung der Rothemden in Thailand

Posted by entdinglichung - 20. Mai 2010

Nachfolgend dokumentiert ein Auszug aus einem umfassenderen Artikel von Danielle Sabaï auf der Webseite des International Viewpoint zur aktuellen Lage in Thailand, welcher Licht auf Verortung und Klassenlage der Opposition in Thailand zu werfen scheint:

Who are the Red Shirts?

Faced with the situation opened by the putting in place of the Abhisit government, in early 2009 the “United Front for Democracy and against Dictatorship” (UDD), the Red Shirt movement, was set up. This political and social movement was set up originally by the unification of Thaksin’s defenders and the pro-democracy forces that had emerged after the coup. The alliance mobilised a popular base mainly made up of peasants, villagers and urban workers, in particular in the north and north-east of the country, fed up with the double language of the judiciary, the absence of democracy and the maintenance of deep inequalities despite a real modernisation of the country. Although he has partly adopted on his own behalf the political reforms of Thaksin, Abhisit appears as what he is, the representative of the traditional elites. The unity of the movement was achieved around the slogan of resignation of Prime Minister Abhisit and new democratic parliamentary elections.

Thaksin’s wealth has largely contributed to developing the struggle, at least initially. Nonetheless, the Red Shirts movement has changed a lot since its emergence. If Thaksin remains a “hero” for many Red Shirts who feel he has contributed to an improvement in their living conditions, the demands are now on another level. The objectives of Thaksin and the leaders of the UDD are to say the least divergent. The leaders of the Red Shirts claim to be the champions of social justice and democracy. Themes which do not suit Thaksin perfectly. In addition, his chances of returning to power are thin and his main objective could well be to recover the 1.4 billion dollars seized by the judiciary in March. In fact, Thaksin has withdrawn from the movement and as Chang Noi, a well known Thai journalist, says, “Thaksin could well not wish to ride this tiger now he knows how big and ferocious it is”.

As to its composition, the UDD has from the beginning been a broad and diverse movement. Unity around the slogan of Abhisit’s resignation and for immediate elections does little to conceal the very different political views and objectives among the leaders. According to Tumberblog a certain number of leaders like Surachai Danwattananusorn “Sae-Dan”, Jaran Dithapichai, Weng Tojirakarn or Vipoothalaeng Pattanaphumthai are former Communists. Others like Jatuporn Promphan are MPs from the Puea Thai party, an heir of the Thai Rak Thai (TRT) and of the People’s Power Party (PPP). Most are royalists or in any case do not publicly challenge the constitutional monarchy. The law forbidding lèse majesté bans any debate on the monarchy. The “crime” can be punished by 3 to 15 years imprisonment. That does not favour freedom of expression and several Red Shirt personalities, like Giles Ji Ungpakorn and Jakaprob Penkair have had to go into exile to avoid prison.

At last, in August 2009, after several months of after discussions, divergences appeared publicly among the leaders of the movement. Jakaprob Penkair and “ Sae-Dan” left it to form their own group, “Red Siam”. The split took place around the tactic advocated by the main leaders of organising a petition to request the royal pardon for Thaksin. A key question: the appeal to the king poses the question of the place of the monarchy and its desirable and possible evolution. The detractors have argued that this petition accords to the king the power to interfere in an undemocratic manner in the struggle of the Red Shirts and would perpetuate illusions about the intentions of the monarchy. For their part, the three leaders of the group “Kwam Jing Wannee” (The Truth Today), Jatuporn Promphan, Weera Musikapong and Nattawut Saikua, fight for minor reforms in the context of the current monarchy. Jatuporn explained very clearly to the newspaper “The Nation” : “We want democracy under the King as head of state, therefore our activities are limited to attacking Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda or lower figures to prevent an escalating fight transgressing the constitutional monarchy”. The leaders of Red Siam, who are more radical, believe that the monarchy should be reformed. Nonetheless they do not challenge the current framework of the constitutional monarchy.

In terms of the rank and file, the Red Shirts are not the dangerous “terrorists” and conspirators against the monarchy portrayed by the government. They are ordinary people. The product of systematic brainwashing from the cradle, they are mainly of religious, nationalist and royalist sympathies. That is what makes this political movement different from the previous revolts in 1973, 1976 and 1992. For the first time, it is ordinary people from the provinces, the peasants, workers, the poor and also the less well off middle classes of Bangkok who are mobilising. The basis of the movement extends to a part of the middle classes who have become aware of the high cost that the coup has represented, whether in political or economic terms and now support a movement which seeks to re-establish democracy. Many inhabitants of Bangkok have come to show their support for the Red Shirts or to join them.

The UDD has highlighted the specificity of this revolt in updating obsolete terms in the Thai language like “phrai” (serf) and “amart” (nobles). These terms illustrate the oppression and the injustices visited on those who “have nothing” in opposition to the privileged. It certainly amounts to a class struggle, a revolt of the wretched against the established order. The movement has stripped bare the machinery of this profoundly inegalitarian system, at the centre of which lies the monarchy.

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Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen (und nicht so radikalen) Linken

Posted by entdinglichung - 22. Februar 2010

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter “Sozialistika” und im Download-Archiv, auf Poumista Hinweise zu Colin Ward, der vor einigen Tagen verstarb und zu Stalinismus und Anti-Stalinismus:

Anarchist Federation:

* Organise! magazine anti-Poll Tax articles (1988-1981)

Archive.org:

* The Spark: theoretical organ of Marxist Workers League. Vol. I, 3 (1938)
* Hal Draper: The truth about Gerald Smith : America’s no. 1 fascist (1945)
* Alexander Kahn: Report of the Jewish Alliance: Delivered to the National Convention of the Socialist Party, New York — May 19-22, 1923 (1923)
* Socialist Party of America (SPA): Socialist Party on Poland (192?)
* Socialist Party of America (SPA): Socialist World, Juni 1923
* Shirley Waller: History of the international marxist youth movement pt. 1. From its origin to 1919 (~ 1959)
* Irwing Howe: Smash the profiteers (1946)
* Emile Vandervelde: La Belgique et le Congo, le passé, le présent, l’avenir (1911)
* John Humphrey Noyes: History of American socialisms (1870)
* The Dawn, Mai 1890 – November 1890
* The Dawn, Dezember 1890 – Juni 1891
* The Dawn, Januar 1894 – Dezember 1894
* The Dawn, Januar 1895 – Dezember 1895
* The Social Forum, Jg. 1901

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR, ehemals ASMSFQI):

* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, Juli 1955
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, September 1955
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, September 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 1. August 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Ligue des communistes: Service de presse, 5. Januar 1936
* Ligue des communistes: Bulletin intérieur, August 1934

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Aimé Patri: Humanisme et inhumanisme chez Marx (1939)
* Paul Mattick: Marx et Keynes (1955)
* Amadeo Bordiga: Le marxisme face à l’Église et à l’État (1949)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Lettre à Henriette Roland-Holst (1905)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Que Guesde nous aide donc ! (1901)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Lettre à la rédaction du Social-démocrate de Copenhague (1913)
* Rosa Luxemburg: Discours au Congrès du Stuttgart (1898)
* Friedrich Engels: Le malthusianisme : une déclaration de guerre ouverte au prolétariat (1845, Auszug aus La situation de la classe laborieuse en Angleterre)
* Jules Guesde: Questions d’hier et d’aujourd’hui (1911)
* Socialist Party of Great Britain: Russia since 1917 (1948)
* Amigos de Durruti: Una teoría revolucionaria (1937, pdf-Datei)
* Joan Peiró Belis: El misterioso proceso del POUM (1938, pdf-Datei)
* Chazé: Deux brochures de Pouvoir ouvrier (1967, pdf-Datei)
* Chazé: La bureaucratie céleste de Balazs (1971, pdf-Datei)
* Nbang-Ba Suhuyini: Sharia in Nigeria: a class analysis (2002, pdf-Datei)
* Nbang-Ba Suhuyini: Globalization & Debt in Ghana (2003, pdf-Datei)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Ernest Mandel: The Luck of a Crazy Youth (1966)
* Ernest Mandel: Economics of the Transition Period (1968)
* Anton Pannekoek: The Social Democratic Party School in Berlin (1907)
* Anton Pannekoek: Liberal and Imperialist Marxism (1915)
* Raya Dunayevskaya: German workers change face of Europe (1953)
* Jean Jaures: Preface to “Aguinaldo and the Philippines” (1900)
* Artikel aus International Socialism, 1958-1961:
** Raymond Challinor: Literature and Revolution (1958)
** Bob Pennington: Docks – Breakaway and Unofficial Movements (1960)
** Raymond Challinor: Economics (1960)
** Nigel Harris: Philosophical Dessication (1960)
** Nigel Harris: Nasty Men (1960)
** Raymond Challinor: Zigzag – The Communist Party and the Bomb (1960)
** Alasdair MacIntyre: Is A Neutralist Foreign Policy Possible? (1960)
** Bob Pennington/Martin Grainger: The Labour Party and the Bomb (1960)
** Peter Cadogan: Rebellion (1960)
** Bob Pennington: The Real Roots (1960)
** Alasdair MacIntyre: The Pen and the Sword (1960)
** Raymond Challinor: The Customer is Always Right (1960)
** Nigel Harris: The Psephological Eye (1960)
** Nigel Harris: Capitalist to Manager (1960)
** Introducing the Journal (1958)
** André Giacometti: The State of the French Left (1958)
** H.F.: British Economic Policy Since the War (1958)
** A Blow Against the Boss is a Blow Against the Bomb (1960)
** Power in the Labour Party (1960)
** From Cold War to Price War (1960)
** Congo (1960)
** Ilya Ilf/Eugeni Petrov: How the ‘Soviet’ Robinson Crusoe was Written (1933/1960)
** ABU: Polish Notebook (1960)
** Kan-ichi Kuroda: Japan (1960)
** Cressida Lindsay: A Touch of the Sun (1960)
** John Fairhead: Why Britain is Still Going (1960)
** Martin Grainger: The Murder Machine (1960)
** Len Bishop: Reformism Re-Affirmed (1960)
** Eric S. Heffer: Recommendation (1960)
** David Breen: Sinologist’s Vade-Mecum (1960)
** S.M. Neufeld: The Russian Film (1960)
** Letter to Readers (1960)
** Labour and the Bomb (1960)
** Russia and China (1960)
** Revolution in Cuba (1960)
** A Note of Protest, Michel Raptis & Sal Santen Case (1960)
** Jack London: Two Songs from Essex (1960)
** Jean-Jacques Marie: France – The March of Despotism (1960)
** Slawomir Mrozek: The Lion – A Moral Tale (1960)
** M. Grainger: Indictment by Inference (1960)
** Don Bass: Facts and Fancy (1960)
** Ioan Davies: Talking About Socialism (1960)
** Ioan Davies: A Way of Seeing (1960)
** Eric Morse: African Background (1960)
** Michael Segal: News Chronicle (1960)
** Michael Segal: Hot Air (1960)
** David Breen: Apologetics (1960)
** Ioan Davies: Riots and Romantics (1960)
** Michael Kidron: Two Left Feet (1960)
** Tony Cliff: Russian Organization Man (1960)
** Tony Cliff: Ephemeral flora (1960)
** Tony Cliff: On the Line (1960)
** Tony Cliff: Regrouping (1961)
** Tony Cliff: China (1960
** Ken Coates: Socialism and the Division of Labour, Some Notes on the Views of Paul Cardan (1961)
** Alasdair MacIntyre: Culture and Revolution (1961)
** Nigel Harris: An Economist’s World (1961)
** Ken Coates: In the Woodpile (1961)
** Ken Coates: O’Casey (1961)
** New Bombs for Labour (1961)
** Positive Neutralism (1961)
** Civil Disobedience (1961)
** Theory in the Movement (1961)
** Letter to Readers (1960)
** Adrian Mitchell: A Bomb Quartet (1961)
** Dick Logan & Henry Paley: ‘People’s Capitalism’? (1961)
** Henry Collins: Note on Stagnation (1961)
** M. Millett: Breakaways (1961)
** Munir: Nasser’s Egypt (1961)
** Peter Ibbotson: Africa and Russia (1961)
** John Fairhead: Leninism Falsified (1961)
** John F. Crutchley: China and the Right (1961)
** David Breen: Much Ado About India (1961)
** J.M. Wilson: All’s Well (1960)
** P. Mansell: The Web (1961)
** Peter Ibbotson: Admass Education (1961)
** Mary-K. Wilmers: No Silvikrin in the USSR (1961)
** Books Received (1961)
* Leo Trotzki: Misstagen som Kommunistiska förbundets högerfalang gör i fackföreningsfrågan (1931)
* Bertolt Brecht: Ontwerp en materiaal voor een proletarische pedagogie: het leerstuk (1930/1938)
* Antonio Gramsci: Problemen van de literaire kritiek (193?)
* Antonio Gramsci: De organisatie van de cultuur (193?)
* Louis Althusser: Het Piccolo Teatro – Bertolazzi en Brecht. Aantekeningen over een materialistisch theater (1962)
* L. A. Tckeskiss: O Materialismo Histórico em 14 Lições (1922)
* Marten Buschman: Tussen revolutie en modernisme (1993)
* Harm Kolthek Jr.: Het complot ontmaskerd: Of de tactiek van de sociaaldemocraten (1903)
* Jean-Patrick Manchette: The Roman Noir and Class Struggle (1994)
* Paul Verbraeken: Het ontstaan van de heersende ideologie in de Sovjet-Unie. Een inleiding (1981)
* Pierre Frank: Den proletära internationalismens nödvändighet och objektiva rötter (1968
* Daniel Guérin: Anarkism och marxism (1973)

La Presse Anarchiste:

* Solidarité Ouvrière n°3, Juni 1971
* Bulletin de la Fédération Jurassienne n°19, 15. Oktober 1872
* weitere Artikel aus Solidarité Ouvrière n°3, Juli/August 1971
* weitere Artikel aus Iztok n°15, März 1988

Collectif Smolny:

* BILAN: La suppression de la carte de pain en U.R.S.S. (1934)
* Louis Janover: Ombres marxistes – IV. Social-démocratie et tentation totalitaire (1976)

LibCom:

* Grandizo Munis: Unions against revolution (?)
* Artikel aus Subversion:
** Spain 1936, the end of anarchist syndicalism? (1996)
** IRA: anti-working class bastards! (1993)
** Book review: Hatta Shuzo and Pure Anarchism in Interwar Japan (1995)
* Processed World #13 (1985)
* Processed World #14 (1985)
* Processed World #15 (1985)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Dawn Group: Dawn Magazine, Mai 1984

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* María Candelaria Navas: De guerrilleras a feministas: Orígenes de las organizaciones de mujeres post-conflicto en El Salvador (1992-1995) (2007)
* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Entrevista de Vicky Peláez a Víctor Polay (1985)
* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Voz Rebelde Nº 9 (Edición Internacional) (1998)
* Frente de Liberación Nacional – Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (FALN): Acta constitutiva de las Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (1963)
* Ejército de Liberación Nacional (ELN): Cartilla Ideológica Comandante Manuel Pérez Martínez Nº 1 (2007)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Jean-Claude Pomonti: Thaïlande : questions sur un carnage (2004)

Workers’ Liberty:

* Sean Matgamna: The left and local government in the 1980’s (1980)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* ‘VOTE MING’ -Luke ‘Ming’ Flanaghan -Choice Party -late 90s
* Pat McHugh and John Coulthard posters- Northern Ireland Labour Party- 1970 Westminister

The Militant:

* Larry Seigle: Why gov’t framed up SWP, union fighters in 1941 (1987)
* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1935/1960/1985)

Espace contre ciment:

* Erich Mühsam: Gustav Landauer (1920)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Paul Mattick: Mattick über die Logik des keynesianischen “Staatsinterventionismus” (1971, Auszug aus Marx und Keynes. Die Grenzen des “gemischten Wirtschaftssystems”)

Révolution en Iran:

* Arbeiter-Kommunistische Partei Iran (API): Programme Communiste-Ouvrier et émancipation des femmes (1994)

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Zur Lage von Flüchtlingen und MigrantInnen aus Birma in Thailand

Posted by entdinglichung - 15. Oktober 2008

Nach der Niederschlagung der Protestbewegung des letzten Herbstes in Birma durch die regierende Militär- und Bürokratenkaste ist es in den hiesigen Medien um die Situation in Birma ruhig geworden – Grund genug, auf zwei kürzlich auf der Homepage des Internationalen Gewerkschaftsbundes (IGB) veröffentlichte Interviews zur Situation von birmanischen Flüchtlingen und MigrantInnen im Nachbarstaat Thailand hinzuweisen, hieraus Auszüge:

Htat Khoung von der Gewerkschaft Arakan Workers’ Union (AWU) zur Situation in der thailändischen Textil- und Holzindustrie:

“We left our country because we couldn’t find work. We arrived here illegally and the owner of the factory is aware of this, so he takes the opportunity of breaking our labour rights. He knows the economic condition of our country is not good and he knows that he can pay us the lowest wages possible because we are illegal. Actually they don’t consider us to be human beings. They order us to do whatever they want. Sometimes when we are working, they sexually harass the women workers. Sometimes they beat us. And when the owner sees that a worker is not working, he shouts and uses very bad language.

In one factory in Chanburi (an industrial area of Mae Sot), the owner shot dead a worker who wouldn’t listen to him. In other factories workers are handcuffed, arrested and jailed by police after being falsely accused of theft. Some owners hire street fighters to beat workers. Last year, two sisters at the Ban Thiyai knitting factory went to the owner and resigned. The next day they went back to the factory to take their belongings. The owner followed them down the road in his car and tried to run them over. The sisters ran into a field to escape. The owner got out of his car and chased them and then started to beat them. He was trying to kill them. But another worker saw what was going on and shouted out. The sisters escaped. Otherwise they would have been killed.”

Aus einem Interview mit drei auf thailändischen Schiffen in indonesischen Gewässern arbeitenden birmanischen Fischern:

“When the police and immigration come looking for us, we run and hide in the forest. We Burmese are always afraid of the police. Even when we’re sleeping, we have to be alert. All the Burmese boatmen on the island, not just us, are suffering the same way. There are many of us here now. We’ve come to this island because of our difficulties. Everyone wants to be reunited with their families, but it’s not as if we can walk back home even if we wanted to. It’s like this: we left our country in the hope of making more money. Then when we arrived in another country, we realized our situation was worse than back home. We got just enough from work to feed ourselves. Sometimes we starved. But perhaps one day our dreams will come true?”

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