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Stellungnahme der Gewerkschaft der Vahed-Beschäftigten Tehran zu den Protesten im iran

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Juni 2009

Ein Statement der u.a. von dem inhaftierten Mansour Osanloo geleiteten Gewerkschaft der Beschäftigten der Tehraner Busgesellschaft Vahed vom gestrigen Tage, Quelle: Justice for Iranian Workers


Vahed Syndicate – Any Suppression or threat of civil liberty condemned

18 June Statement

Any Suppression or threat of civil liberty condemned

In line with the recognition of the labour rights, we request that June 26 Action Day – Justice for Iranian workers – to include the human rights of all Iranians who have been deprived of their rights.

In recent days, we continue witnessing the magnificent demonstration of millions of people from all ages, genders, and national and religious minorities in Iran. They request that their basic human rights, particularly the right to freedom and to choose independently and without deception be recognized. These rights are not only constitutional in most of the countries, but also have been protected against all odds.

Amid such turmoil, one witnesses threats, arrests, murders and brutal suppression that one fears only to escalate on all its aspects, resulting in more innocent bloodshed, more protests, and certainly no retreats. The Iranian society is facing a deep political-economical crisis. Million-strong silent protests, ironically loud with un-spoken words, have turned into iconic stature and are expanding from all sides. These protests demand reaction from each and every responsible individual and institution.

As previously expressed in a statement published on-line in May of this year, since Syndicate Vahed does not view any of the candidates support the activities of the workers’ organizations in Iran, it would not endorse any presidential candidate in the election. Vahed members nevertheless have the right to participate or not to participate in the elections and vote for their individually selected candidate.

Moreover, the fact remains that demands of almost an absolute majority of the Iranians go far beyond the demands of a particular group. In the past, we have emphasized that until the freedom of choice and right to organize are not recognized, talk of any social or particular right would be more of a mockery than a reality.

The Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Vahed Bus Company fully supports this movement of Iranian people to build a free and independent civil society and condemns any violence and oppression.

In line with the recognition of the labour rights, the Syndicate requests that June 26 which has been called by the International Trade Unions Organization ‘Day of action’ for justice for Iranian workers to include the human rights of all Iranians who have been deprived of their rights.

With hope for freedom and equality

The Syndicate of Workers of Tehran and Suburbs Vahed Bus Company, 18 June 2009

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Iran Khodro im Streik

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Juni 2009

Die ArbeiterInnen des Iran Khodro-Werkes (grösste Autofabrik des Landes) sind offenbar in den Streik getreten (Quelle: Indymedia UK):

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Both Shifts at Iran Khodro on Strike Now!

Workers from Iran Khodro have come out on strike against repression.

First news of workers strikes in protest at the current situation, Iran Khodro car (car plant) workers have issued a statement : they condemn the repression and say what we are witnessing is an insult to peoples intelligence . Both shifts are on strike. We should welcome this move by one of the most combative sections of the Iranian working class. Workers at Iran Khodro have been in many struggles against the management and the state, for this their leaders have been imprisoned, tortured, sacked and killed.

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Statement der Kommunistischen Partei Iran zu den Protesten

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Juni 2009

Quelle: Webseite der CPIran, ansonsten hier noch der Hinweis auf die im allgemeinen relativ informative Berichterstattung des Guardian zum Thema, weitere Beiträge zu den Kämpfen im Iran auf dieser Webseite unter https://entdinglichung.wordpress.com/category/iran/

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Communiqué of Central Committee of Communist Party of Iran

On Current Protests in Iranian Cities

Workers, liberated people of Iran

The regime of Islamic Republic is facing one of its most extensive political, economical crises of
its 30 years existence. The extent and dimensions of this crisis has clearly manifested itself in: inflation
and unbearable high costs, unemployment in millions, successive bankruptcies of production centers and
industrial firms, international isolation, growth of social movements and mass protests, an intensification
of differences amongst the ruling class.

By augmenting the position of Pasdaran Corps within the state, the dominant faction is aiming to
by pass this crisis through a harsh military dictatorship, and thus guaranteeing the survival of Islamic
Republic. In pursuit of this goal, by utilizing and organizing military-security forces, by playing a behindthe-
scene role in the election scenario, the regime once again pulled out Ahmadinejad from the boxes. At
the moment the dominant faction is going through the last scene of the election scenario; with the aid of
Martial Law and assistance of various government sectors, public television and radio, and other
publications and media outlets, it is turning the presence of those very social strata it draw to ballot boxes
to a reserve for their own suppression.

Now, social strata and groups disillusioned and regretful from participating in the election are
next to folks who have always been disgusted by the regime’s existence in its totality, turning streets of
Tehran and other major cities of Iran into a space for protest against Pasdaran Corps’ electoral coupe.
Security forces are beastly attacking protesting, angry masses. Universities, streets and various squares in
Tehran and other cities in Iran have turned into stages of an unequal conflict between empty handed
masses, and the regime’s security forces armed to teeth.

The people who went to ballot boxes influenced by: demagogy and deceitful campaign
commercials of regimes leaders, government reformers, Western press, and that section of bourgeois
opposition supporting the regime, shall not repeat their historical mistake in another form by following
Mussavy, Korubi, or Khatami. These executives of the regime have always been a constant pillar of
Islamic Republic’s 30 years of existence, and have participated in every crime committed by the regime
against the people. Now that Mir Hossain Mussavy advises people to chant “Allah o Akbar” at night from
their rooftops, people should know that for 30 years bat-wielding thugs of Ansar Hezbollah have been
attacking protesting workers, women, students, and the revolutionary movement in Kurdistan while
chanting “Allah o Akbar,” under the guidance of these very same gentlemen. The chant of “Allah o
Akbar” is a symbol of theocratic state and as such a manifestation of utter lack of most basic human rights
for Iranian people.

Government reformers have never had the inclination, credentials, or the ability to lead Iranian
people’s just struggle, and they never will. Masses shall not be turned into a reserve force for settling
accounts by candidates that lost to Ahmadinejad. Masses shall not follow their reactionary slogans.
It is imperative for the people to participate in the struggle with their own slogans and demands;
demands which stem from their real everyday lives and needs. They should choose such slogans and
demands which, if implemented, will jolt pillars of the state and function as a genuine prospect in
people’s lives.

The people shall turn the demands for; separation of religion from state, unconditional political
freedom, freedom for all political prisoners, guaranteeing of complete equality between women and men
in every single aspect of social life, abolition of forced covering for women, freedom to create workers’
organizations, cost of living adjustment, guaranteeing of personal freedom, elimination of national
oppression, abolition of death penalty… into slogans for their struggles and protests.

Labor movement and other vanguard social movements should organize their ranks through
struggles for attainment of these demands. Overthrowing of Islamic Republic and actualization of social
revolution goes through this path. Party activists socialist vanguards are required to actively engage in the
current situation and take these orientations into the midst of people’s protests.

Down with Islamic Republic
Long live Freedom, Equality, Workers State
Long live Socialism

3/25/1388 – 6/15/2009

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Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen Linken

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Juni 2009

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika„:

Big Flame 1970-1984

* LOTTA CONTINUA Part 2 (Related Political Organisatons no 2)
* EPISODES IN BIG FLAME HISTORY: No 9. Ireland
* Ireland: Rising in the North (1975)
** Ireland: Rising in the North: front-p12 (pdf-Datei)
** Ireland: Rising in the North: p13-p22 (pdf-Datei)
** Ireland: Rising in the North: p23-back (pdf-Datei)
* But How Can I Raise the Question of Ireland from Day to Day? (1979, pdf-Datei)
* Contribution to the debate on Ireland (1979, pdf-Datei)
* Discussion on Ireland (1979, pdf-Datei)
* Irish Commission Report (1976, pdf-Datei)
* SWP and Ireland (1983, pdf-Datei)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Mahmoud Ketabchi: Démystifier le nationalisme de gauche (2004)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Leo Trotzki: Letter to South African Revolutionaries (1933)
* Ernest Mandel: Reply to John McCormick (1966)
* Roger Protz: Letter from Britain: Labour Party in Power (1965)
* Rob Lubbersen: Revolutionair-socialisme in Nederland (1983)
* James P. Cannon: Nous demandons l’assistance du Comintern (1922)
* Artikel aus der New International, April 1941
** Max Shachtman: Labor and Strikes in Wartime
** Albert Glotzer: German Society and Capitalism
* Dwight McDonald: The American War Economy
* Henry Judd: Eton Brahmin
** The Editor’s Comment
** Editorial Notes
** Manager’s Column,
** Henry Foster: Into the Night of Confusion
** C.D.E.: Total War and the Revolution
* Artikel aus dem Socialist Appeal, Januar/Februar 1936
** Hal Draper: The Case Against Sanctions and “Neutrality Legislation”
** Albert Goldman: Toward Socialist Clarity
** From Our Viewpoint
** Rudolph C. Olson: To Pay Dues Is Not Enough
** Georg Mann: Mistakes At Columbus
** A. Morrison: A United Front Against War And Fascism
* Leo Trotzki: Trotski over het entrisme (1933)
* Ernest Mandel: De grootste verkiezingsnederlaag in de geschiedenis van het Belgische socialisme (1965)
* Sergej Netschajew: De Revolutionaire Catechismus (1869)
* Michail Bakunin: Bakoenin aan Netchajev over de rol van geheime revolutionaire gezelschappen (1872)
* Artikel von Daniel de Leon aus The People vom Dezember 1906 (pdf-Dateien):
** 1906, December 1 – The Essence of Political Government
** 1906, December 2 – Steps—but Whither!
** 1906, December 2 – Flashlights of the IWW Convention, 1906: III. P.R. McDonald
** 1906, December 3 – The Real Utopians
** 1906, December 4 – Samuel Spencer
** 1906, December 5 – „Publicity“ Black-Eyed
** 1906, December 6 – Demagogue and Plutogogue
** 1906, December 7 – „Votes“ as Argument
** 1906, December 8 – Sounds From the Bone-Yard
** 1906, December 9 – Industrialism in France
** 1906, December 9 – Flashlights of the IWW Convention, 1906: IV. „Autonomy“
** 1906, December 10 – „Premonitory Signs“
** 1906, December 11 – To the Shades of Kinneally
** 1906, December 12 – The Dissenting Opinion
** 1906, December 13 – „Tribute to the Unions“
** 1906, December 14 – „Success“ and „Failure“
** 1906, December 15 – Chasing Pimples
** 1906, December 16 – Lampoon and Lamentation
** 1906, December 16 – Snap-Shots of the IWW Convention, 1906: V. Presidents
** 1906, December 17 – A Malthusian Awakening
** 1906, December 18 – First, Buech; Now Thiel
** 1906, December 19 – The Howling „Times“
** 1906, December 20 – Mgr. Farley’s Error
** 1906, December 21 – Income and Inheritance Taxes
** 1906, December 22 – Shadows Cast Ahead
** 1906, December 23 – Two Conundrums, Nay, Three
** 1906, December 23 – Snap-Shots of the IWW Convention, 1906: VI. „SLP!“ and OtherHowls
** 1906, December 24 – Thinking in Billions
** 1906, December 25 – Kings County Grand Jury’s Christmas Present
** 1906, December 26 – Preliminary Funeral Orations
** 1906, December 27 – Paying the Price
** 1906, December 28 – Quit Your Cackling!
** 1906, December 29 – Drinking Blood!
1906, December 30 – Dennis in the Pulpit
** 1906, December 31 – Review and Forecast
** 1906, December 31 – As to Politics
* Ted Grant: Crisis in the British economy (1961)
* Saturnino Paredes Macedo: Perspectivas y tareas del frente campesino (1970)
* Nadeshda Krupskaja: La unión de la juventud (1917)
* Nadeshda Krupskaja: La lucha por la juventud obrera (1917)
* Nadeshda Krupskaja: Cómo debe organizarse la juventud obrera (1917)
* Artikel aus dem International Socialist Review (ISR), 1964-1966:
** Problems of New Administration (1964)
** Evelyn Sell: The Flivver King: A Centennial Appraisal (1964)
** Marvel Scholl: Comparative Medical Care (1964)
** John Pederson: US Economy – The Paper Tiger (1964)
** Correspondence from Ceylon (1964)
** Bernard Mandel: The Freedom Struggle (1964)
** Franz J.T. Lee: Hypocrisy in South Africa (1964)
** Constance Weissman: Hitler and German Catholics (1964)
** Edward Shaw: Revolution in Cuba (1964)
** Robert Chester: A Unique Figure (1964)
** Robert Vernon: Irrepressible Conflict (1964)
** Luis Vitale: Which Road for Chile (1964)
** Chilean Marxists Form New Party (1964)
** Political Crisis Splits Chilean CP (1964)
** Manolo Sarmiento: Lesson of Brazil (1964)
** Ad Hoc Committee: The Triple Revolution (1964)
** George Saunders: Revolt Against Stalinism (1964)
** Jay Garnett: The Struggle for Power (1964)
** Ralph Levitt: An Heroic Chapter (1964)
** H.S.E.: Slave Revolt (1964)
** Edward Smith: Waste (1964)
** The New Cold War (1964)
** Edward Herman: On the Economic Theors of Socialism (1964)
** The Quebec Revolution (1964)
** Goldwater and the American “Left” (1964)
** Peng Shu-tse: The Man on the Flying Trapeze – An Open Letter to Gerry Healy (1964)
** Eiichi Yamanishi: Peking Curbs Japan Labor (1964)
** Socialist Thought (1964)
** Edward Smith: Logic of Marxism (1964)
** Ralph Levitt: Which Way Africa? (1964)
** David Herman: Trotsky Anthologies (1964)
** Franz J.T. Lee: Alexander Defense Committee (1964)
** Manuel Sarmiento: Correction (1964)
** Victims of Apartheid Terror Appeal for Aid (1965)
** Edward Shaw: Cuba and the CIA (1965)
** Recommended Reading (1965)
** Franz J.T. Lee: Apartheid in SW Africa (1965)
** The Bloomington Three (1965)
** Political Awakening in the Congo (1965)
** Americans in Black Africa (1965)
** The War-Peace Establishment (1965)
** Ehrenburg’s Memoirs (1965)
** Harlem (1965)
** United Secretariat of the Fourth International: Hands Off the Vietnamese Revolution (1965)
** The Vietnam Protest Movement and the Johnson “Consensus” (1965)
** I.B. Tabata: South African Freedom Struggle (1965)
** The Editors: I.B. Tabatha (1965)
** Milton Alvin: Russia vs. Germany (1965)
** Robert Langston: Apartheid Arrests Continue (1965)
** Fidel Castro: On Bureaucracy (1965)
** Dick Roberts: Crisis in Rhodesia (1965)
** Kipp Dawson: Why We Say Bring the Troops Home Now (1965)
** Dan Rosenshine & Jens Jensen: The Thanksgiving Anti-War Convention (1965)
** John McCormick: Criticism of Germain’s Soviet Management Reform (1966)
** Robert Langston: The Alexander Defense Committee under Attack (1963)
** APDUSA: Towards a United Democratic Movement of Africa (1966)
** Henri Vallin: Nkrumah’s Downfall (1966)
** The Left in Europe (1966)
** International Brigades (1963)
** Trotsky Papers (1966)
** Books Received (1966)
** Leo Bernard – A Political Assassination (1966)
** Franz J.T. Lee: Bantu Education (1966)
** Constance Weissman: Confessions of an Irish Rebel (1966)
** Toby Rice: Freedom Summer (1966)
** Arthur Maglin: Stalin (1966)
** Books Received (1966)
** Index (Vols.25-27) (1966)
** Bimonthly ISR Announced (1966)
* Max Stirner: Kunst en Religie (1842)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

Auswertungen zu folgenden Themen/Gruppen/Orten/Betrieben:

* Herbert Hupka. Beiträge zur Biographie 1970-1974
* Gifhorn
* München: Arnold & Richter (Arri)
* Schlesien
* Witikobund
* Die Nationalliberale Aktion (NLA)
* Eschwege, Hessisch-Lichtenau und Sontra

LibCom:

* So Near – So Far – a selective history of the British miners (2005)
* South Africa: Now and Then (1979/1983/1985/2005)
* Notes On The Balkan War and the Media (1999)
* Looks Like We Got Ourselves A Convoy (2000)
* La Guerre Sociale: The Poverty of Feminism (1977)
* The Despotism of Speed (199?)
* Can’t Buy Me Love (~ 1975)
* Nigel Gibson: Zabalaza, Unfinished Struggles against Apartheid: The Shackdwellers’ Movement in Durban (2005)
* TPTG: The War On Terror (2003)
* French Strikes 1995-6 (1996)

Kasama:

* Alan Berkman In His Own Words (199? … Alan Berkman starb am 5. Juni 2009)
* Mike Ely: The Railroad of Leonard Peltier (1998)
* Leonard Peltier: Interview from Leavenworth Prison (1994)

Collectif Smolny:

* Voline: Souvenirs sur Gapone et Janvier 1905. Extraits de « La Révolution inconnue » (1939)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Sinn Féin: An Phoblacht, 75th Anniversary of the Rising Issue (1991)

Fire on the Mountain:

* Ping Yong: Economic Backdrop to the Crisis. Impressions from China April, 1989

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Frente Patriótico Manuel Rodríguez (FPMR): A los patriotas caídos en la Operación Albania (1998)
* Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (FALN): Comunicado Nº 5 (1975)
* Partido Comunista del Perú Marxista-Leninista-Maoísta: Sobre la independencia y autodecisión en el Frente Unido Democrático Revolucionario (2006)
* Partido Comunista de El Salvador (PCS): La rectificación orgánica y la construcción del Partido (1973)

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