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Archive for 1. Juli 2008

Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen Linken – eine Auswahl

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Hans Litten Archiv e.V.:

* Kollektiv Rote Hilfe München: Entwurf einer Magna Charta – für alle Internierten in Gefängnissen, psychatrischen Anstalten, Fürsorge- und Erziehungsheimen (nach 1977, pdf-Datei, 25,1 mb)

Trend:

* Berliner Extra-Dienst: Winterkampagne: 50 Jahre Konterrevolution sind genug (1968)
* Berliner Extra-Dienst: Republikanischer Club: Acht Arbeitskreise konstitutiert (1968)
* Berliner Extra-Dienst: Kritisches Kino: Festival des engagierten Films (1968, pdf-Datei)

No One is Illegal (NOII):

* A Voice From the Aliens. About the Anti-Alien Resolution of the Cardiff Trade Union Congress (1895, pdf-Datei)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Marthe Bigot: La servitude des femmes (1921)
* Julián Gorkin: El P.O.U.M. ante la revolución española (1936)
* Juan B. Justo: Déclaration de principes du PS argentin (1896)
* Jean Longuet: Le socialisme en Argentine (1913, Auszug aus der Encyclopédie socialiste syndicale et coopérative de l’Internationale ouvrière)
* David Rjazanow: Karl Marx et les syndicats (1923)
* Socialisme Mondial: Racistes, votez PC ! (1981)

Association pour la sauvegarde de la mémoire de la section française de la IVe internationale (ASMSFQI):

* Opposition communiste: La lutte de classe, Dezember 1929
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité Chausson, Oktober 1949
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): IVe internationale, November 1965
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): L’Internationale, September 1965
* LCR: Cahier de la taupe, Februar 1965
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): IVe internationale, Februar-April 1952
* Jeunesse communiste internationaliste (JCI): Bulletin du premier congrès, Résolution sur le travail étudiant (1947)
* Jeunesse communiste internationaliste (JCI): Bulletin du premier congrès, rojet de résolution d’éducation (1947)
* Mouvement révolutionnaire de la jeunesse (MRJ): Bulletin de discussion préparatoire au congrès constitutif, März 1950
* IVe Internationale: Bulletin intérieur, Préparation du IXe congrès mondial, Projet de résolution sur la „Révolution culturelle“. Texte présenté par la majorité et celui présenté par la minorité (1969)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Benjamin Péret: Une protestation justifiée (1951)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Comandos Populares de Liberación (CPL) : Cortar la ruta a Chile. Comunicado Nº 2 (1971)
* Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR) : Discurso de Miguel Enríquez en homenaje a Moisés Huentelaf (1974)

Collectif Smolny:

* BILAN: L’Entrée de la Russie dans la S.D.N. (1934)

Sanhati:

* Now (24.03. 1967, 31.03. 1967, 07. 04. 1967)

International Institute for Social History (IISH):

* Gallery of Chinese propaganda posters (1937-2008 … Pop art meets Maoism)

Ansonsten weisen die GenossInnen von History Is A Weapon in ihrem Blog darauf hin, dass sich in den um den 4. Juli (den US-amerikanischen Nationalfeiertag) die Zugriffe auf den Text The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro von Frederick Douglass von 1852 häufen.

Die Texte aus der deutschsprachigen Zeitschrift der Situationistischen Internationale sind auf der Seite SI Revue komplett einsehbar.

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Proteste gegen das iranische Regime in Mashhad

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Nachfolgender Bericht zu den Protesten am 13. juni im nordostiranischen Mashhad stammt von der Seite der GenossInnen des IWSN und dokumentiert die Verknüpfung des ökonomischen mit dem politischen Kampf gegen die Mullahkratie im Iran:

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Over 8000 people protest in Mashhad against inflation and the government

Following a protest by over 8000 people in Mashhad, in north-eastern Iran, over 200 people and five or six students from Ferdowsi University were arrested.

At 11am on Friday 13 June, as announced earlier, a large number of the citizens of Mashhad gathered in front of Park-e Mellat [Nation Park] near Meydan-e Azadi [Freedom Square] to protest against high prices and economic corruption. They chanted slogans like „The economic mafia must be exposed“ and „Incompetent government, resign, resign“ and wanted the Ahmadinejad government to resign.

During this peaceful protest units of the special guard and police – who had been present at the square with the police chief, the governor and other official of the province, for a number of hours before the protest – blocked all four streets leading to Meydan-e Azadi and stopped all traffic to the square. Despite the city council leader’s pleas to the crowd to finish the protest, the protesters grew in numbers to between 8000 and 10000. At 1pm special guard agents and plain-clothes officers, accompanied by dozens of basiji [mobilisation] forces on motorbikes, fired a few overhead shots. After that they attacked the protesters with truncheons, electric shock batons and tear gas and began arresting the protesters.

According to eye-witnesses, members of the basij used chains, daggers, electric shock batons and various types of tear gas to attack the protesters. The large numbers of security force personnel present in the area gathered the arrested people in the mosque in Park-e Mellat, and, after beating them up severely, used dozens of awaiting coaches to take them away. Some witnesses said that they saw someone get shot. According to the Student Committee of Human Rights Reporters, one of those present in Park-e Mellat said he had never seen such brutality and use of force. He said: „I saw at least four women with their head and face covered in blood.“

There is no information about the whereabouts of those who were arrested. Only the university authorities are aware of the arrest warrants for students that were issued by the Revolutionary Court and that students have been transferred to Mashhad’s central prison.

In the evening, once the students of Ferdowsi University came to know that a large number of students from the university had been arrested, there was a protest in front of the male students‘ dormitory. There were over 500 students protesting and chanting „Free jailed students now“ and „Cancel the punishment orders“. They then moved to the student affairs office and on to the female students‘ dormitory.

After the female students joined the protesters the numbers reached over 1000. The Ferdowsi University authorities promised the protesters that the arrested students would be released the next day at the latest. This protest began at 8pm and went on until 11pm and finished after a statement was read. The students declared that if the jailed students were not released then they would protest again.

Translation by: Iranian Workers‘ Solidarity Network
30 June 2008

[Source: A news report by Dastranj, 15 June 2008]

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New Politics No 45 (Sommer 2008)

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Die neueste Ausgabe der von Phyllis und Julius Jacobsohn gegründeten, unabhängigen sozialistischen Zeitschrift New Politics aus den USA widmet sich schwerpunktmässig dem Thema „The Gay Movement and the Left“ hierzu finden sich folgende Artikel:

Besonders hingewiesen werden soll hier auf den Artikel von Christopher Phelps, welcher Traditionen von Homophobie wie auch von Unterstützung schwul-lesbischer Emanzipation in CPUSA, SPA, YPSL, SWP, etc. untersucht … weiterhin in der Online-Ausgabe:

* The United States in the Middle East, Immanuel Wallerstein
* Stealing Our Schools, Jackie Dee King
* Neoliberalism, Teachers, and Teaching: Understanding the Assault, Mary Compton and Lois Weiner
* We Can Do It!: The Case for Single Payer National Health Insurance, Joanne Landy and Oliver Fein

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