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Weitere Bilder vom Widerstand gegen den Putsch in Honduras

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Juli 2009

Die nachfolgenden Filmberichte wurden von den GenossInnen von Socialismo o Barbarie online gestellt, weitere Infos und Statements zur Repression und zum Widerstand kann mensch u.a. hier und hier finden:

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Iran-Update 03.07. 2009

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Juli 2009

Weitere Artikel zum Thema auf dieser Seite unter https://entdinglichung.wordpress.com/category/iran/:

1.) Seiten mit regelmässig aktualisierter Berichterstattung: Revolutionary Road, News from the struggles in Iran (HOPI), Révolution en Iran, Rise of The Iranian People und LabourStart.

2.) Berichte von den Protesten der vergangenen Tage: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 aus Tehran, aus Kermanshah sowie vom 20.6. aus Isfahan

„Bazaar merchants closed their businesses in Tabriz on Wednesday in protest to the introduction of new value added tax. The protest started from 11:00am in Bazaar sections allocated to jewelers and shoe sellers and soon spread to other parts.

Relatives and friends of those killed in recent anti-government protests in Iran gathered on Thursday in Behesht-e-Zahra, Tehran’s main cemetery, to commemorate their loved ones.The participants, who were surrounded by large numbers of the Iranian regime’s State Security Forces and plainclothes agent, chanted slogans against the regime.The gatherings took place at sections 254, 256, 257, 259, 263 and 264 of the cemetery. „

4.) Zur Repression:
* Beating of mourning mothers in Laleh Park! (Revolutionary Road)
* Who is Mortazavi ,the executioner who gives order in Tehran? (Revolutionary Road)
* Nokia-Siemens à l’aide de la dictature (Révolution en Iran)

* Quelques visages de victimes de la répression (Révolution en Iran)
*
Iran: Unheimliche Zivilisten (Ali Schirasi)

„In den letzten Wochen waren sie in den Medien allgegenwärtig. Kräftige Männer in ziviler Kleidung, die ungeniert auf friedliche Demonstranten einprügelten, schlafende Studenten in deren Wohnheim überfielen, Menschen mit dem Messer attackierten und auch Schusswaffen einsetzten, ohne dass sie die Polizei oder andere sogenannte Sicherheitsorgane fürchten mussten.“

* Six people were hanged in Tehran’s Evin prison today (Iran Human Rights)

„Iran Human Rights, July 1: Six people were hanged in Tehran’s Evin prison early this morning July 1. reported the state run Iranian news agency ISNA.

None of those who were executed today were identified by name, age or details around what they were convicted of.“

5.) Zum leidigen Thema Pseudo-Antiimps (die echten Antiimps der 1980er unterstützten den (bewaffneten) Kampf der OIPFG oder der Komalah gegen das Mullah-Regime):

* Nationalbolschewistische Kontrarevolutions(alp)träume (Cosmoproletarian Solidarity)
* Jörn Schulz: Bei sonnigem Wetter ist das Leben in Teheran recht angenehm (jungle world)
* Grün, grün, grün ist alles, was ich habe. Fabian Frenzel, Bernhard Schmid, Gaston Kirsche, Ute Weinmann und Federica Matteoni: Linke Debatten in Europa über die Entwicklungen im Iran (jungle world)
* Bernhard Schmid: Reaktionen aus der französischen Linken auf die Revolte im Iran (Trend)

„In Frankreich verfolgt die linke Presse die Protestbewegung im Iran überwiegend mit Aufmerksamkeit und Solidarität. In den letzten Tagen fanden auch eine Reihe von Solidaritätsaktionen statt, an denen zwar meist mehrheitlich Iraner/innen teilnehmen, zu denen aber auch französische Organisationen mobilisierten.“

6.) Revolutionary Road dokumentiert das Statement einer Group of social and worker activists:

„We,producers of social wealth,with our work and efforts in big and small factories,services and treatments in medical centers and hospitals,as a teacher in schools and universities,producing in energy , water, telecommunications,gas and oil,petroleum,steel and car factory and centers not only,do not have any control on product distributions and manufacturing services,do not have the right to participate in managing the place or center we work in or to have any labor or employee independent organizations and councils but also,there’s no right to have our own produce wealth and we are getting paid with minimum wage and salary which is not enough to live a normal life and is below the poverty line.

After thirty years of working,we are not able to have a proper place to live or pay our children education high costs or have a appropriate medical treatments or have fun.And worse than all of these with temporary or short terms contracts and giving all the power to greedy and exploitation contractors,there’s no relation between us and our employers and no one is responding to our demands.We have to be worried all time even for this minimum and be waiting to see if they extend our contracts or not?and our living level can be compared to the slaves before human civilization.Even it’s worse than that because those slaves had something to eat anyway,but when they do not need our workforce there’s no food too.So to have these minimums at least and not being unemployed we can’t speak out and have to self-censor ourselves.

All of us have the experience of bending over in front of our managers or employers in order to take something that actually is part of our right and it’s became a believe from their side that they have to treat us this way and it’s more than our right.In November 1978 during the revolution,if we, worker and employees of small and big factories,oil,energy,water companies would not have gone on a general strike there were no damages to Pahlavi system and the current rulers and managers would not have any of these positions.But unfortunately not having enough information about situation and following the mullah and market traders by some of us in that era caused the current condition.

Now we produce all the values and wealth but benefits go straight to exploiter ,loculars and stray division who are our uneducated,oppressive managers and giving us orders.sometimes they close the factories and make us unemployed just to share the land or sell it and make more money.There is no salaried employer who can pay for her/his children education in a high level elementary or high school which costs at least 5 million tomans($5000)per year or even medical main costs.And it means that it will be much worse in the future because the education also will be provided to mullah and market traders and high level managers and pirates of wealth.Why should our country be in some special group’s hands?Why more than %80 of social wealth should be available for %20 of people?Why %100 of political powers should be available to 200,000 mullah and market traders and their children and family members and relatives and the rest of population which is 50,000,000 people can not have any political powers?And at last have to choose between bad and worse?Do all these match to any natural, humanity, justice or God rules and laws?Except for the unfounded,justified laws by the supreme leader which restrict people.And by demanding smallest,basic rights,they use Police forces who are trained by these people’s money and has the duty to make society safe and secure,against people and to reach their frowzy goals.

Chain gangs!! Workers,Labors,Employees,Teachers,Nurses ,Women,Youth,Uni Students and unemployed;after a thirty-year captivity,Sound of chains breaking was heard with presence of millions of people.People are not afraid anymore and government has given its Legitimacy to people movement storm.So we have to use this opportunity to obtain our humanity demands.Government does not have enough forces to send to all industrial,production,training and service centers.Doesn’t matter in what section we are working,we have to select our representatives in technical ,industrial ,production,…so they can create employees independent councils of factory ,hospital,Oil company,training centers and schools and telecommunication ,energy,water ministries and with alliance of representatives of each guild and then their own guild public council and at last make public councils of students ,women, employees,workers and labors in all country so we can have our part in social wealth and political power of wealth and power share.

In current situation government dose not have legitimacy and is in the peak of political,economic crisis and is not able to directly repress people in factories,industrial centers,universities,…By wasting time do not be slaves anymore.

Organizing councils in work places and employees public state councils not only has to become a modern target of every employees but also these councils have to get their share of economical and political benefits.But they have to be aware of not focusing only on small benefits in work places because even though getting that benefit is so important but if we can not relate and join it to class interests of all salaried and workers,at the end we will lose it.It’s so simple, just compare the workers and employees wages, salaries,permanent employment,insurance and right to participating to twenty or thirty years ago,it’s so much worse than then.Because they were happy with those partial benefits and with a price shock and inflation or a change of laws in a Council of Ministers and Parliament meeting,they lost all their achievements and that was just because workers could not link their partial demands to their classified long-term interests.

So as long as we have time and government is busy with its social,political and economical crisis,we have to organize our councils.It’s too simple.In each and every center or factory,representatives of different sections make their center council or organization.Alongside the work,we can work on improvements and reforms and it’s not necessary for everything to be alright from the beginning.The most important thing is to have independent representatives council and then representatives have to be in touch with each other in different work places and industrial areas in cities and provinces and at last they can have their general councils for workers ,teachers ,nurses and etc.

Same as clergies, Friday Imams, managers, commanders and governors we have to have public and areal organizations.Only after having independent and public organizations all employees can ask for their rights in political ,management ,economic fields and when we are organized like this and government ignore us and do not give us our logical demands then we can go on general strike and that way show governmnet we are an important part of society.Then they do not have any other options rather than giving us an honorable life and also share wealth and benefits with people as much as their efforts.That is the time that we can have free,motivated and creative people and a country full of peace and freedom and at last we can have public participation in everything.

By creating independent councils in our workplaces and employees general organizations will take our share of social wealth,public participation and political power.

Group of social and worker activists, 30th June 2009″

7.) Im Anhang folgendes Statement, dessen englische Fassung schon vor einigen Tagen auf dieser Seite dokumentiert wurde, einen herzlichen Dank an die GenossInnen für die Übersetzung und die Zustellung des Textes:

Bekanntmachung Nr. 1
Iran: Zu den Präsidentschaftswahlen und den Unruhen!

Menschen im Iran waren Zeuge der Präsidentschaftswahlen in der Islamischen Republik Iran. In diesem propagandistischen Schauprozess des Wahlkampfs, kam die katastrophale Lage der ArbeiterInnen, das Ausbleiben der monatlichen Lohnzahlungen, die Verträge ohne Unterschrift, das Fehlen des Organisationsrechts, Beschimpfungen und Prügel für die Arbeiter, die Anordnung von Auspeitschungen wie im Mittelalter, die Inhaftierung und Tötung von ArbeiteraktivistInnen, die Niederschlagung von Kundgebungen zum 1. Mai usw. nicht vor.
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Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen Linken

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Juli 2009

Auf Grund von sommerlichen Bedingungen und wegen der Bewegungen im Iran und in Honduras war die Recherchekapazität in den letzten Wochen stark eingeschränkt, daher hier dieses mal nur einige „Highlights“, ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika„:

Bibliothek der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung:

* Der Funke – Tageszeitung für Recht, Freiheit und Kultur des Internationalen Sozialistischen Kampf-Bundes (ISK)

By Any Means Necessary:

* Andrea Smith: Anti-Colonial Responses to Gender Violence (2005)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Mansour Hekmat: Parti et société, du groupe de pression au parti politique (1998)

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR) ehemals Association pour la sauvegarde de la mémoire de la section française de la IVe internationale (ASMSFQI):

* Ligue des communistes (LC): Bulletin intérieur, November 1931
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Le Militant, Dezember 1949
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur „La Vérité“, März 1950
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur, September 1946
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): IVe internationale, Februar 1944
* Ligue communiste révolutionnaire (LCR): Assez de division. Unité pour chasser Chirac ! (1980)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): IVe internationale, Januar-Februar 1948
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur „La Vérité“, Juli 1950
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur, September 1946
* Ligue communiste révolutionnaire (LCR): Assez de compromis ! Que PS et PC fassent payer les capitalistes ! (1982)

Big Flame 1970-1984

* EPISODES IN BIG FLAME HISTORY: No 11. 1976-78 Debate – The Project and Socialist Unity
* Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria [MIR] (Related Political Organisatons no 3)
* EPISODES IN BIG FLAME HISTORY: No 10. Chile and Portugal
* Chile Si! (1974, pdf-Dateien)
** Chile Si!: front-p10
** Chile Si!: p11-p25
** Chile Si!: p26-p37
** Chile Si!: p38-back
* Portugal A Blaze of Feedom (1975, pdf-Dateien)
** Portugal A Blaze of Freedom: front-p12
** Portugal A Blaze of Freedom: p13-Supp piv
** Portugal A Blaze of Freedom: Supp pv-p22
** Portugal A Blaze of Freedom: p23-back
* Towards a New Revolutionary Socialist Organisation (1977, pdf-Dateien)
** Towards a New Revolutionary Socialist Organisation: front-pviii
* Towards a New Revolutionary Socialist Organisation: p1-p10
* Towards a New Revolutionary Socialist Organisation: p11-back
* Socialist Unity: A Critical Assessment (1979, pdf-Datei)
* Big Flame and Socialist Unity (1977, pdf-Datei)
* Put Politics in Command [first part] (Plan Y) (1976, pdf-Datei)
* Socialist Unity (1977, pdf-Datei)
* The Debate on Socialist Unity (1977, pdf-Datei)
* Towards a New Communist Movement [first part] (Plan X) (1976, pdf-Datei)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Andre Gorz: Destroy the University (1970)
* Jean-Patrick Manchette: Excerpts from “Nada” (1972)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

Auswertungen zu folgenden Themen/Gruppen/Orten/Betrieben:

* Norderstedt: Die Tötung des Neset Danis durch türkische Faschisten
* Dietmar Kesten: Zur Geschichte der KPD/ML (Zentralkomitee). Teil 7: Das Jahr 1971 (erstes Halbjahr)
* Berlin: Siemens-Kabelwerk und Siemens-Hausgerätewerk in Gartenfeld (Spandau)
* Berlin: Siemens-Schaltwerk in Spandau, Nonnendammallee 104
* Berlin: Siemens-Wernerwerk in Spandau

LibCom:

Jede Menge neuer Texte von unterschiedlicher Bedeutung in der Bibliothek

* Ein Haufen Texte von Sylvia Pankhurst
* Franz Seiwert/Franz Pfemfert: The function of intellectuals in society and their task in the proletarian revolution (1923)
* A.R.: On proletarian culture (1920, ein Artikel aus Die Aktion)
* Henk Canne Meijer: The rise of a new labor movement (1935)

Collectif Smolny:

* Voline: La naissance des « Soviets » ( janvier – février 1905 ) (1939, aus La Révolution inconnue)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Communist Party of Ireland (CPI): Irish Socialist, Juni 1970
* Democratic Left: Times Change, Winter 1996/1997

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): ¡No al neoliberalismo! ¡Abajo la dictadura fujimorista! (1998)
* Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR): Notas sobre la formación de los cuadros (1974)
* Ejército Popular Boricua – Macheteros (EPB): El Machete (Julio de 2001)

Nemesis – Sozialistisches Archiv für Belletristik:

* Ernst Glaeser: Der letzte Zivilist (1935)
* Kurt Kläber: Barrikaden an der Ruhr (1925)

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