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Archive for Januar 2010

Musik zum Sonntag … Munojot Yo’lchiyeva / Муножот Йўлчиева

Posted by entdinglichung - 31. Januar 2010

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Besetzungen in Nepal

Posted by entdinglichung - 30. Januar 2010

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Artikels nepalnews, gleichzeitig gab es laut Revolution in South Asia offenbar auch eine Welle von Landbesetzungen seitens der zahlenmässig dominierenden Gruppe der radikalen Linken in Nepal der UCPN(M), welche eine geplante Welle von einigen noch eher ins „Eingemachte“ gehenden Aktionen andererseits offenbar erst einmal um einige Tage verschoben hat … eine Marginalie am Rande, mit REVOLUTION Nepal konstituierte sich dort erstmals eine sich aus der trotzkistischen Tradition (in diesem Falle leider aus einem eher sektiereirschen Background) herleitende Gruppe im Lande:

Matrika Yadav led-Maoists capture Basuling Sugar Mill

Matrika Yadav-led CPN (Maoist) [Anmerkung Entdinglichung: Abspaltung der UCPN(M), nicht mit dieser zu verwechseln] cadres have captured Basuling Sugar Mills belonging to former Prime Minister Lokendra Bahadur Chand’s son Arun Chand for failing to pay sugarcane farmers, Kantipur daily reported.

We captured the mill giving a 15-day ultimatum to the mills‘ proprietor Arun Chand to pay sugarcane farmers of Kailali and Kanchanpur, said Navin Kathayat, Kanchanpur district in charge of the party.

Kathayat mentioned, his party will sell off the machinery of the mills if the farmers and the workers of the mills are not paid within the deadline.

He further said, his party is of the opinion that the mills should be either nationalised or run by its trade union.

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Aufruf von KOMALA TV für die von der Ermordung bedrohten politischen Gefangenen im Iran

Posted by entdinglichung - 29. Januar 2010

Quelle: Webseite des Auslandskomitees der KP Iran:

Urgent Action: Support for the Iranian Political Prisoners on Execution Row

The shadow of death is once again haunting a number of political prisoners in the Western province of Kurdistan, Iran. After the unjust execution of two political activists “Ehsan Fataheyan” and “Fasih Yasamani” by the Islamic regime in Iran, 21 more political prisoners are now living in jail under the threat of capital punishment in this province. Issuing death sentences for the political prisoners during unjust trials by the Islamic regime is part of a wide pressure that the regime is practicing on people in order to terrify them. The ruling criminals in the regime have been stepping up their criminal acts against a number of political prisoners in Tehran and some other Iranian cities. The Islamic regime is determined to eliminate all the political dissidents and if people do not react and fight back, it will carry out its crimes on a wider scale both in Kurdistan and other parts of Iran.

The threat of death penalty for imprisoned political activists and at the same time using a mild tone against the ousted opponents from the government are all part of one policy which the regime has taken at the threshold of the anniversary of the 1979 revolution and for fear of possible protests by the angry people on the anniversary day. On one side the regime is using more violence against the political prisoners and has been issuing a number of death sentences with the aim of frightening people. On the other side it is addressing its reformist opponents who once shared the power with them as old friends who have exaggerated a bit in their rebellion. But the issued death penalties against the political prisoners must be taken as a serious threat since the regime has committed this sort of heinous crimes earlier.

The number of political prisoners sentenced to death in the province of Kurdistan has been constantly increasing . Following are the names of those prisoners detained in Orumiye, Kermanshah, Sanandaj, Saqez and Evin prisons and who are living under the threat of execution:
“Zainab Jalalyan” from Maku in Kermanshah prison, “ Shirkuh Ma’arefi” and “Aziz Mohammadzade” from Bane in Saqez prison, “ Habib Latifi” from Sanandaj in Sanandaj prison, “Sami Huseini” and “Jamal Mohammadi” from Salmaz in Orumiye prison, “Mohammad Amin Abdullahi” and “Qader Mohammadzade” from Mirabad, Bukan in Orumiye prison, “Ali Haydarian” and “Farhad Vakili” from Sanadaj in Evin prison, “Mostafa Salimi” from Saqez in Saqez prison, “Anwar Rostami” and “Iraj Mohammadi” from Mayanduab in Orumiye prison, “ Mohammad Aminagoshi” and “Ahmad Puladkhani” from Piranshahr in Orumiye prison, “Hassan Tala’i” from Maku in Orumiye prison, “Shirin Alam Hu’i” from Maku in Evin prison, “Hussein Khezri” from Orumiye in Orumiye prison, “Rostam Arkia”, “Rashid Akhkani” and “Farzad Kamangar”.

Some of these prisoners have been already transferred to separate wards and the Islamic regime can execute the death penalties against them at anytime soon. Amnesty International on Friday January 22nd 2010 announced in an statement that the transfer of the prisoners with death penalty to separate wards in Iran means that the prisoner will be executed in few days. Amnesty International has asked in its statement all the human rights defenders around the globe to support these political prisoners in anyway possible.

The Islamic regime not only has ignored all the demands by the Iranian masses for the unconditional release of all political prisoners, but has decided to execute a number of political prisoners for vain reasons in order to terrify people.

Constant defense of these prisoners whose only crime is protesting the current regime in Iran is an urgent mission that needs to be done by the freedom-seeking and fighting people in Iran and around the world. The regime should know that any violation of the rights of these prisoners will cost it high. The regime should not be allowed to take the lives of these prisoners in secret just like it did with two young prisoners “Ehsan Fataheyan” and “Fasih Yasmani” and save itself from any consequences. The freedom-seeking and dissident people in Kurdistan as well as all over Iran will not forget the blood of the young people shed till now.

The execution of these two prisoners was followed by a huge wave of anger and hate among people in Kurdistan against the regime, but in order to stop the regime from continuing the executions, something more than anger and hate is required. If the people in Kurdistan didn’t have to ask for their ragged votes for “Mousavi” and “Karoubi” for the natural reason that they had not voted in the first place, but they will certainly and seriously stand in defense of all the young prisoners that are captivated by the criminal torturers and assassins in the regime.

Komala, the Kurdistan Organization of the Communist Party of Iran calls on all people in Kurdistan to stand up in defense of all the prisoners condemned to death wholeheartedly and relentlessly. These political prisoners are the descendents of those people who have been resisting and fighting the dictatorial regime, all its atrocities and its violation of people’s most basic rights in Iran for more than three decades and have never given in. The Islamic regime must understand that with its criminal acts it will not terrify the people in Kurdistan, on the contrary, it will set their anger more ablaze.

KOMALA TV, January 24th 2010

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Referrerhits der letzten Tage

Posted by entdinglichung - 29. Januar 2010

Weiteres aus der Rubrik „Suchen und nicht finden“ … nach wie vor mit am Häufigsten wird nach „slavoj zizek“, „nadelbäume“ und „stammtisch“ gesucht, die Zugriffe von denjenigen, welche nach „weihnachten im lande xy“ suchten, sind im Vergleich zum Dezember stark zurück gegangen:

– „grab jesus in kaschmir“
– „aufruf zum rodeln“
– „kurden sind arier“
– „what does bahuzum look like babylonian“
– „landkarte mystic falls“
– „algerische briefmarke 1910“
– „sado masochist“
– „homosexualität in dänemark“
– „fanclub logos von austria wien zum download“
– „grafschaft kesten“
– „sekten in belize“
– „shanghai style 1930“
– „logo muslim“
– „skat+katar“

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Daniel Bensaïd zur Aktualität des Kommunismus

Posted by entdinglichung - 29. Januar 2010

Quelle: Marxists Internet Archive (MIA), ansonsten hier noch der Hinweis auf den Text Ein Freund und Genosse ist von uns gegangen: Daniel Bensaïd, 1946-2010, verfasst von Jakob Schäfer:

The powers of communism

(December 2009)

This essay was probably among the last written by Daniel Bensaïd. It appears in the latest issue of Contretemps, the journal where Daniel was one of three publishing editors. The piece is a contribution to a series of essays on the meaning of communism put together as part of a symposium on the same topic being held in Paris on January 22nd and 23rd. Daniel was looking forward to the symposium, and we hope you will be able to attend.

In an 1843 article on “the progress of social reform on the continent,” the young Engels (not yet 23 years old) saw communism as “a necessary conclusion, which cannot he avoided to be drawn from the premises given in the general facts of modern civilisation.” This was a logical communism, then, produced by the 1830 revolution during which workers “referred to the history of the great revolution, and eagerly seized upon Babeuf’s Communism.”

For the young Marx, on the other hand, this communism was still only a “dogmatic abstraction” and a “special expression of the humanistic principle.” The incipient proletariat had “thrown itself into the arms of the doctrinaires of its emancipation, the founders of socialist sects” and the confused souls who “in humanistic style twaddle about … the millennium and universal brotherly love” which represented the “imaginary abolition of class relations.” Before 1848, this spectral communism, lacking a precise program, haunted the air du temps in the “unpolished guise” of egalitarian sects and Icarian delusions.

Going beyond abstract atheism required a new social materialism that was none other than communism: “In the same way atheism, being the supersession of God, is the advent of theoretic humanism, and communism, as the supersession of private property, is the vindication of real human life.” Far removed from any kind of vulgar anti-clericalism, this communism was “the advent of practical humanism,” for which it was no longer just a matter of fighting religious alienation, but also the concrete social alienation and poverty that give rise to the need for religion.

From the formative experience of 1848 to that of the Commune, the “real movement” tending toward the abolition of the established order took shape and gathered strength, casting aside the “characteristic nonsense” and making “the profound tone of oracles of scientific immaculateness” an object of ridicule. In other words, communism, which was initially a state of mind and a “philosophical communism”, was finding political expression. Over a quarter century, it completed its transformation – from its initial philosophical and utopian form into the at long last discovered political form of emancipation.

1. The words of emancipation have not emerged unscathed from the torments of the last century. Like the animals in the Lafontaine fable, “all were attacked, although all did not die.” Socialism, revolution, and even anarchy are not much better off than communism. Socialism had a hand in the assassination of Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, in colonial wars and in governmental alliances where the content has grown thinner as the alliances have grown wider. A methodical ideological campaign has succeeded in making many people associate revolution with violence and terror. But of all the words that once drove forward great dreams and tremendous promise, communism has suffered the greatest damage because of the way it was captured by bureaucratic realpolitik and made subservient to a totalitarian enterprise. The question remains, however, as to whether among all these damaged words there are those worth repairing and setting back in motion.

2. We have to think about what happened to communism in the 20th century. The word and the object cannot be grasped outside of the times and the historical ordeals they were forced to endure. For most people, the massive use of the communist label to characterize the free-market authoritarian state in China will weigh much more heavily and for a far longer time than the fragile theoretical and experimental sprouts of the communist hypothesis. While it is tempting to avoid drawing a critical historical balance sheet, this would entail reducing the communist idea to timeless “invariants” – as if it were a synonym for unspecified ideas of justice and emancipation, and not the specific form of emancipation in the epoch of capitalist domination. The word would lose in political precision whatever it gains in ethical and philosophical traction. One crucial question is whether bureaucratic despotism is the legitimate continuation of the October Revolution — or rather the result of a bureaucratic counter-revolution, as illustrated not only by the trials, purges and mass deportation but also by the upheavals within society and the Soviet state apparatus.

3. A new lexicon cannot be invented by decree. Vocabulary is shaped over time, through use and experience. Yielding to the equation of communism with the Stalinist totalitarian dictatorship would be to capitulate in the face of the temporary victors, to confuse the revolution with the bureaucratic counter-revolution, and thereby to foreclose the possibility of those forks in the road that alone kept hope alive. And that would be to commit an irreparable injustice toward all those defeated women and men, anonymous or not, who lived out the communist ideal with intense passion and breathed life into it against caricatures and impostors. Shame on those who ceased to be communists when they ceased to be Stalinists and who were only communists for as long as they were Stalinists! [1]

4. Of all the ways to name squalid capitalism’s necessary and possible “other”, the word communism is the one that retains the greatest historical meaning and the most explosive programmatic charge. Against generalized predation and the privatization of the world, it is the one that best evokes ordinary sharing and equality; the sharing out of power; solidarity in opposition to selfish calculation and generalized competition; defence of humanity’s natural and cultural common goods; and the extension of a realm of free, decommodified services to include essential goods.

5. It is also the name for a different measure of social wealth than that of the law of value and of market valuation. “Free and undistorted” competition is based on the “theft of alien labour time.” It claims to quantify the unquantifiable; it seeks to reduce the incommensurable relationship between the human species and the natural conditions of our reproduction to its miserable common measure of abstract labour time. Communism is the name for another criterion of wealth, for ecological development that is qualitatively different from the race for quantitative growth. The logic of capital accumulation requires not only production for profit as opposed to social need, but also “the production of new consumption,” the permanent widening of the circle of consumption “through the creation of new needs and the creation of new use values” – and therefore “the exploitation of nature in its entirety” and “the exploitation of the earth in every way.” This devastating excess of capital is the driving force behind the need for a radical eco-communism.

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63 politischen Gefangenen im Iran droht die Ermordung durch den Staat

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. Januar 2010

Révolution en Iran meldet:

63 prisonniers politiques menacés d’exécution

Dans un communiqué publié le 28 janvier sur le site Rowzane, le Comité International contre les Exécutions donne une liste avec les noms de 63 prisonniers politiques menacés d’exécution en Iran.

Selon ce décompte, on trouve parmi ces 63 prisonniers politiques, 28 dans les couloirs de la mort au Kurdistan, 12 dans ceux de la province du Sistan-o-Balouchestan, 11 dans ceux de Téhéran et 12 dans la prison d’Ahvaz (Khuzestan).

Le Comité International contre les Exécutions appelle toutes les organisations des droits humains, partis politiques, organismes concernés et institutions à travers le monde à se mobiliser contre les exécutions et la peine de mort en Iran.“

laut Street Journalist wurden 11 politische Gefangene auf Grund ihrer Teilnahme an den Post-Wahl-Protesten in Tehran zu „Feinden Gottes“ erklärt und zum Tode verurteilt und zwei weitere am gestrigen Tage ermordet, Human Rights Activists in Iran meldet das Verschwindenlassen eines weiteren politischen Gefangenen, zu den von der Ermordung bedrohten Oppositionellen zählen offenbar auch zwei regimekritische Blogger

ansonsten hier noch der Hinweis auf eine Meldung aus ISKU zu einer Frauendemonstration in Mersin (Türkei) gegen die Todesstrafe im Iran

Marg Bar Jomhuriye Eslami!

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Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. Januar 2010

1.) Die MLPD Düsseldorf feierte Sylvester … die Bourgeoisie erzittert schon :-(

2.) David Cameron F-Off Back To Eton! … eine Intervention der Whitechapel Anarchist Group (WAG):

3.) Regentied beschäftigt sich mit dem schlechten Wetter in Oldenburg

4.) Costa Rica wird zuweilen als „Schweiz Lateinamerikas“ bezeichnet … dass dem nicht so ist, zeigt zum einen der IGB in seinem neuen Report Costa Rica: Blatant Interference by Government into Trade Union Affairs auf, zum anderen sei hier noch auf den Blog der GenossInnen der Partido Socialista de las y los Trabajadores (PST) sowie auf die neue Ausgabe der Prensa Socialista (pdf-Datei) der PST hingewiesen;

5.) Reflexion zu Verschwörungstheorien zum Erdbeben auf Haiti:

„Diese Er­klä­rung wirkt noch harm­los ge­gen­über an­de­ren Theo­ri­en, die kurz nach der Ka­ta­stro­phe durch das In­ter­net und an­de­re Me­di­en geis­ter­ten. Wie ein Lauf­feu­er ver­brei­te­te sich die Er­klä­rung des ve­ne­zu­la­ni­schen Prä­si­den­ten Hugo Cha­vez, der tat­säch­lich be­haup­te­te, beim Erd­be­ben hätte es sich um ein Ex­pe­ri­ment der USA ge­han­delt, die Haiti le­dig­lich als Test­flä­che für einen An­griff auf den Iran be­nutzt hät­ten. Mit die­ser Me­ga-​Ge­hei­men-​Su­per-​Waf­fe woll­ten die USA „Gott spie­len“, so zu­min­dest der ve­ne­zu­la­ni­sche Prä­si­dent. Die USA seien auch für Erd­be­ben in China ver­ant­wort­lich, be­haup­te­te Cha­vez, je­doch ohne eine sei­ner The­sen in ir­gend­ei­ner Form zu be­le­gen. „Au­ßer­dem könne die Waffe auch Über­flu­tun­gen, Dürre und Hur­ri­ca­nes aus­lö­sen“.“

6.) Der Spiegel kann es nicht lassen und greift gegen Gregor Gysi, einen seiner Lieblingsfeinde, kurz wieder einaml antisemitische Klischees auf, welche er schon auf einem Titelblatt im Januar 1990 verwendete: „Linke-Strippenzieher Gysi

7.) Aus der neuen Direct Action der RSP Australien:

New left-wing political organisation formed in Papua

By Hendrik Sorandanya, in Jayapura

On November 3, a small group of left-wing activists met in Jayapura, capital of Indonesia’s Papua province, to form the Papuan Democratic Peoples’ Movement (Garda-P). The participants assessed that under the current neoliberal capitalist government of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Vice-President Budiono, the Melanesian-Papuans remain marginalised in their own land, still suffering the violence and negative stigmitisation that has characterised their past history as a part of Indonesia. Indeed, in the era of political liberalisation (including under “special autonomy”), the theft of land and resources from the indigenous peoples of Papua by international and national capitalists in Papua has accelerated.

Garda-P’s founding congress adopted decisions to struggle for a democratic, free (sovereign), modern, just/egalitarian, prosperous, clean (transparent) and internationalist Papua. The general program was defined as one of struggling for independence in opposition to imperialist capitalism and in opposition to the government of Indonesia, an agent of imperialism and for the formation of a democratic, progressive and revolutionary Unity Government of the Papuan People. The longer term goal is to develop the forces of production of the people of Papua to be financed through the take over and restructuring of industries such as minerals, oil and gas; forestry, plantations, fisheries and agriculture.

…“

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Howard Zinn (1922-2010)

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. Januar 2010

Am gestrigen Tag starb im Alter von 87 Jahren der linke US-amerikanische Historiker und antirassistische und Antikriegs-Aktivist Howard Zinn, Verfasser der A People’s History of the United States, mehr zu ihm auf Kasama, eine Reihe von Texten aus der People’s History hier:

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Zum 65. Jahrestag der Befreiung des Vernichtungslagers Auschwitz-Birkenau durch die Rote Armee

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Januar 2010

Die Todesfuge von Paul Celan, gelesen vom Autor:

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Aktionswoche: Hands Off the People of Iran (HOPI) 13.02.-20.02. 2010

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Januar 2010

aus dem Aufruf:

“ … February is a key month in the Iranian political calendar. The Shah’s regime imploded in February 1979. Every year since, the government has initiated official state-backed marches and rallies to celebrate the revolution and to bolster the myth that its social and political dynamic was simply ‘Islamic’.

However this year, in the aftermath of the huge upsurges post the rigged presidential elections in June 2009, the regime will face stiff opposition. There will be counterdemonstrations organised by both the Green reformists such as the western media darling Mir-Hossein Moussavi and by more radical trends within the movement, forces that are subject to a media blackout.

In their different ways, both these reformists and the elements to their left will challenge the theocracy for the legacy of 1979. This difference is vital, however. The likes of Moussavi charge that the regime has lost its way and deserted the ‘true’ Islamic nature of the revolution. For the left, 1979 could have had a very different outcome. That is, a victory for the forces of popular democracy from below and fundamental social change.

Iran is in turmoil and the opposition is utilising every opportunity to protest and organise. These counterdemonstrations will also commemorate the 40th day since the death of the leading reformist cleric Ayatollah Montazeri and also the murder of protesters in the Ashura demonstration in late December. … „

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Proletarische Front, Gruppe Hamburg: Die nationalistische Sackgasse der palästinensischen Widerstandsbewegung (1972)

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. Januar 2010

Die nationalistische Sackgasse der palästinensischen Widerstandsbewegung (pdf-Datei, 1,26 mb, veröffentlicht in der Zeitschrift Proletarische Front, Nr. 4, März 1972, S. 27-36), ein Text der „luxemburgistisch-spontaneistischen“ Proletarischen Front, Gruppe Hamburg (ein weiteres Flugblatt dieser Gruppe hier), welcher an Fatah und PFLP v.a. kritisiert, dass jene sich lediglichlich in einem kleinbürgerlich-nationalistischem Rahmen bewegen täten, sich den Bedürfnissen der umliegenden bürgerlichen und vorbürgerlichen unterordnen würden und ausserdem dem israelischen Proletariat keinerlei positive Perspektive eröffnen könnten.

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Eine Dokumentation zu C.L.R. James

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. Januar 2010

C.L.R. James (1901-1989)

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Spendenaufruf der IWW für Haiti

Posted by entdinglichung - 25. Januar 2010

Quelle: wobblies.de

Haiti: Aufruf zur Solidarität / Call for Solidarity!

IWW sammelt spenden für zerstörtes Land

Haiti wurde in den letzten Tagen von einer Naturkatastrophe unbeschreiblichen Ausmaßes getroffen. Auch wenn weltweit Hilfslieferungen, Rettungsteam und dergleichen nach Haiti kommen, so sind mit den vielen „großherzig“ gemeinten Hilfslieferungen so manche politische Interessen verbunden. Es sind die Landlosen, die ArbeiterInnen und deren Familien, welche bei solchen Katastrophen am härtesten getroffen werden und allzu oft diejenigen, welche zuletzt Hilfe bekommen.

Die „Industrial Workers of the World“ möchten einen Beitrag dazu leisten, dass Menschen direkt und unbürokratisch geholfen wird, welche in Haiti schon seit längerer Zeit versuchen, Schulen, Ambulatorien auf Eigeninitiative aufzubauen und für bessere Arbeits- und Lebensbedingungen kämpfen.

Warum an die IWW spenden?

* Weil kein einziger Cent für Verwaltungsstrukturen, Hilfswerbung und bezahlten FunktionärInnen verschwendet wird, sondern das Geld direkt nach Haiti fließen wird!
* Weil wir daraus kein Kapital schlagen wollen, weder finanzielles noch gute Publicity!
* Weil keine Bosse, keine GroßgrundbesitzerInnen und keine PolitkerInnen davon auch nur einen Cent in die Hände bekommen werden, sondern die Betroffenen!

Die IWW hat gute Kontakte nach Haiti, worüber sie finanzielle Hilfe direkt und unproblematisch an die Menschen weiterleiten kann und weiterleiten wird.

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 25. Januar 2010

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv, ansonsten hier der Hinweis auf einen autobiographischen Text im Solidarity Webzine von 2007 von Tom Condit, der am 9. Januar im Alter von 72 Jahren verstarb und einen Nachruf auf die argentinischen revolutionären MarxistInnen Angel Fanjul (1927–2009) und Dora Coledesky (1928–2009) in der aktuellen Inprekorr, weiterhin finden sich eine Reihe von lesenswerten Texten auf der Seite der Offenen Uni Kassel und Poumista weist auf einige Protestsongs gegen den Vietnamkrieg hin:

ASK/VAB Hamburg-Altona:

* Fritz Linow: Gewerkschaftsbewegung und Arbeitsrecht (1928, einschliesslich einiger Artikel von Linow zu arbeitsrechtlichen Fragen aus Die Internationale, 1928-1930)

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

* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 15. März 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* IVe Internationale: Service international de presse, 28. Januar 1939
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, April 1955
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Bulletin intérieur „La Vérité“, 15. März 1950

Big Flame 1970-1984:

* OPINIONS ABOUT BIG FLAME no 5: KEVIN McDONNELL

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Masses: Nouvelle étape (1939)
* A l’aide des communards autrichiens ! (1934)
* Daniel De Leon: La grève générale (1907)
* Arnold Petersen: Proletarian Democracy vs Dictatorships and Despotism (1931)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* K. Boris: The Jewish Proletariat in Russia – Ten Years of the Bund (1907)
* K. Boris: The Electoral Manifesto of the Jewish “Bund” (1907)
* K. Boris: 4,000 Stocking Workers in Wilno and Witebsk (Russia) on Strike (1908)
* K. Boris: May Day in Russia. Manifesto of the “Bund.” (1908)
* Philip Van Patten: The Social Revolutionists (1881)
* M.N. Roy: Socialism and the Empire (1928)
* Art Preis: Stalinists on the Waterfront (1947)
* G. Jaeckh: The International. A Sketch written to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the Foundation of the International Working Men’s Association (1904)
* Sylvia Pankhurst: Education of the Masses (1918)
* Zelda Kahan: War Between England and Germany (1908)
* The Manifesto of the German Independent Social Democratic Party Against Imperialism (1918)
* Platon E. Drakoules: The End of Venizelism (1920)
* Eden Paul/Cedar Paul: The Crux of Alsace-Lorraine (1918)
* Eden Paul/Cedar Paul:Correspondence: The New Translation of ‘Capital’ (1929)
* Daniel Bensaïd: “Leaps, Leaps, Leaps” – Lenin and Politics (2002)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Operation ‘Bullshit Unlimited’ (2002)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Principles flouted – on the PT (Brazil) (2002)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Alain Badiou and the Miracle of the Event (2004)
* Daniel Bensaïd: On a Recent Book by John Holloway (2005)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Screams and spit (2005)
* Daniel Bensaïd/Michael Löwy/Francisco Louça: Letter to the comrades of the Democracia socialista (DS-PT), Brazil (2005)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Why our German friends are wrong on EU Constitution (2005)
* Daniel Bensaïd: The party and the period (2005)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Stalinism and Bolshevism (2005)
* Daniel Bensaïd: France: “The question of a link between workers and students is immediate” (2006)
* Daniel Bensaïd: On the return of the politico-strategic question (2006)
* Daniel Bensaïd: The French elections and our strategic project (2007)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Thirty years after – A critical introduction to the Marxism of Ernest Mandel (2007)
* Daniel Bensaïd: France – From the LCR to the NPA (2008)
* Daniel Bensaïd: A page has been turned (the formation of the NPA) (2009)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Foundation of the NPA (France)– “We need to create a common culture” (2009)
* Daniel Bensaïd: “It is time to define the strategy” (2009)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Notes on recent developments in the European radical Left (2009)
* Daniel De Leon: Texte März-Mai 1908 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1908, March 30 – Is Woman Suffrage a Fad?
** 1908, March 31 – That Train Has Arrived in America
** 1908, April 1 – The Uses of Anna
** 1908, April 2 – A Path-Follower
** 1908, April 3 – In Aid of Gambling
** 1908, April 4 – A Chandelier of Candles to See One Another By
** 1908, April 5 – An Open Letter
** 1908, April 6 – ‘They Deserve It’—Do They?
** 1908, April 7 – The Irrepressible Issue
** 1908, April 8 – A Girl Tolstoy
** 1908, April 9 – ‘Morgan the Savior’
** 1908, April 10 – The Capitalist State
** 1908, April 11 – A Jack-in-the-Box
** 1908, April 12 – We Bring the Jubilee!
** 1908, April 13 – A Brilliant Thrust
** 1908, April 14 – ‘Archaic Banking’
** 1908, April 15 – ‘Rights’
** 1908, April 16 – Homeopathy Rampant
** 1908, April 17 – The Latest Crisis Crash
** 1908, April 18 – The Cause That Won and the Cause That Lost
** 1908, April 19 – Some Objections Raised Against Socialism by Capitalism—the Answer
** 1908, April 20 – Timely Shafts
** 1908, April 21 – The Moon’s Other Side
** 1908, April 22 – Nothing Peculiar About It
** 1908, April 25 – ‘Ancient Regimes’
** 1908, April 26 – Dansons La Carmagnole!
** 1908, April 27 – A Logical Sequence
** 1908, April 28 – Where La Follette Slipped
** 1908, April 29 – The International ‘Rulls’ and Binghams
** 1908, April 30 – A Sign of the Times
** 1908, May 1 – Playing the People for Mad Bulls
** 1908, May 4 – It Won’t Happen
** 1908, May 5 – The President’s Wrath Feared
** 1908, May 6 – An Ominous Apparition
** 1908, May 7 – ‘Ideas’ and ‘Ideals’
** 1908, May 8 – Look Out for Wu!
** 1908, May 9 – Not Sex, but Class
** 1908, May 10 – Belle Gunness’s Soliloquy
** 1908, May 12 – Looking the Issue Square in the Face
** 1908, May 13 – Prosperity by Resolutions
** 1908, May 14 – Helping to Tune Their Own Death Knell
** 1908, May 15 – Blessed Are the Credulous
** 1908, May 16 – Distressful Dame Free Trade
** 1908, May 17 – Long Live the Fanatics!
** 1908, May 18 – Van Cleave on the Brocken
** 1908, May 19 – A Cheering Sign
** 1908, May 20 – Arithmetic Left Out
** 1908, May 21 – Their One Practical Act
** 1908, May 22 – Bulletin No. 2
** 1908, May 23 – John, VIII, 3-9
** 1908, May 24 – The Means to Triumph
** 1908, May 25 – Sympathy Wanted
** 1908, May 26 – The Chesterfield of the Revolution
** 1908, May 27 – What the Matter Is With Carnegie
** 1908, May 28 – To Seem and to Be
** 1908, May 29 – A Lesson on Taxation
** 1908, May 30 – An Imitation Bill Nye
** 1908, May 31 – Nearer, My God, to Thee!
* Marcel Liebmann: De stichting [van de Kommmunistische Partij in België] (1980)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Het bankroet van de Tweede Internationale (1915)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Oorlog en revolutie (1917)
* Eugen Varga: Economic Basis of Imperialism in the U.S. of North America (1921)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Japan: Linke Bewegung
* Der Hirohitobesuch in Bonn 1971 und die Japankampagne der Liga gegen den Imperialismus
* Japan und die Ryu Kyu-Inseln sowie Okinawa
* Japan und Indochina sowie Südostasien
* Japan und China
* Japan und Korea
* Japan und die Sowjetunion

La Presse Anarchiste:

* Notre Voix n°1, 6. April 1919 (u.a. mit Artikeln von Henri Barbusse und Han Ryner)
* L’Autonomie Individuelle n°9, März 1888

Collectif Smolny:

* Southern Advocate for Workers’ Councils (1948)
* BILAN: Rapport sur la situation en Italie (suite et fin) (1935)

LibCom:

* Osvaldo Bayer: The Influence of Italian Immigration on the Argentine Anarchist Movement (1983)
* Karl Korsch: The Fight For Britain, The Fight For Democracy, And The War Aims Of The Working Class (1941)
* Karl Korsch: Lenin’s Philosophy (1938)
* William Morris: How shall we live then? (1889)
* Kamunist Kranti: A ballad against work (1997)
* Marco Revelli: 1980: Defeat at Fiat (1982)
* Porto Marghera – the last firebrands (?)
* Enric Mompó: Spontaneity in the Spanish Revolution (2001)
* Processed World, a radical magazine by and for office and information technology workers around San Francisco and Silicon Valley area
** Introducing Processed World
** Processed World #1 (1981)
** Processed World #2 (1981)
** Processed World #3 (1982)
** Processed World #4 (1982)
** Processed World #5 (1982)
** Processed World #6 (1982)
* Kolinko: Seattle, Prague, Watford – what does the anti-globalisation movement do when it gets home? (2001/2002)
* Kolinko: hotlines – call centre | inquiry | communism (2002)
* Daniel Guerin: مارکسیزم و ئه‌نارکیز

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* New Communist Party (NCP): Britain Out of Ireland! (~ 1987)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Situación Política y Perspectivas. I Comité Central (1984)
* Comandos de Apoyo a la Resistencia Revolucionaria Chilena: Primer Ampliado de los Comandos de Apoyo a la Resistencia (1974)
* Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN): Los héroes y mártires permanecerán en el corazón de su pueblo (1979)
* Partido Comunista de El Salvador (PCS): Informe de la Comisión Política al IV Pleno del C. C. del PCS (1971)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Eduardo Galeano: Haïti : la malédiction blanche (2004)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Extraits de « Une lente impatience » (2004)
* Emmanuel Poncet: Daniel Bensaïd – La ligne rouge (2004)

Workers‘ Liberty:

* Alan Johnson: The Place of Marxism in History (1995)
* Workers‘ Liberty: As we were saying: British Trotskyists and the beginnings of the welfare state in the 1940’s (1995)
* Sean Matgamna: The Road To Left Unity (1999)
* Workers‘ Liberty: Can The Left Unite? (1998)
* Max Shachtman: What Kind Of Revolutionary Party Do Socialists Need? Part 1 (?)
* Max Shachtman: What Kind Of Revolutionary Party Do Socialists Need? Part 2 (?)
* Sean Matgamna: Unite the Left? The Left and Left Unity in the Perspective of History (1998)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Tony Gregory-1991 Local Elections
* Eamonn O’Liatháin- Workers Party -Dublin South 1987 General Election
* “150 words about local issues in Dun Laoghaire” Eamon Gilmore -Workers Party- 1989 GE

The Anarchist Library:

* Fredy Perlman: Birth of a Revolutionary Movement in Yugoslavia (1969)
* Gregoire Roger/Fredy Perlman: Worker-Student Action Committees. France May ’68 (1969)
* Guy Aldred: Socialism and Parliament (1923)
* Anarchist Federation (AF): Beyond Resistance: A Revolutionary Manifesto for the Millenium (2000)
* The Rattle Of The Thompson Gun (1936)
* Anti-Fascist Action (AFA): Another Spain (?)
* Ben Debney: What Is Anarchism? (?)
* James Hutchings: How to Piss Off Authority in Eight Easy Steps (?)
* James Hutchings: Sweet Charity?: Salvation Army or Starvation Army? (?)
* James Hutchings: What’s Wrong With School? (Answer: Everything) (?)
* Darren Jones: It’s Not Easy Being A Watermelon (?)
* Ian Mayes: How to Obtain a Closed Mind (?)
* Midnight Notes: Strange Victories (1985)
* Chuck Munson: The Criminalization of Women (?)
* Solidarity Federation: Does work make you sick? Then lets change the way we work (?)
* Class War Federation: Let’s Talk About Sex (?)
* The Leveller: Scavenging Is Not A Crime (?)
* Workers‘ Solidarity Federation: Fighting Racism (?)
* Workers‘ Solidarity Federation: The Student Movement (?)
* Workers‘ Solidarity Federation: Unemployment (?)
* Workers‘ Solidarity Federation: a href=“http://theanarchistlibrary.org/unions-and-revolution“>Unions and Revolution (?)
* Workers‘ Solidarity Federation: Why Class Struggle and Revolution From Below? and Why Do We Oppose Capitalism and the State? (?)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1935/1960/1985)
* James P. Cannon: Lessons on building a revolutionary workers party (1943, Auszug aus The Struggle for a Proletarian Party)

Sanhati:

* Porichoy, 1,2,4-7 1963-1964

Espace contre ciment:

* Alexandre Cohen: Les Social-Démocrates et leur propagande (1893)
* Bruno Wille: Philosophie der Befreiung durch das reine Mittel (1894, Auszug)
* Rudolf Rocker: Pariser Straßensänger (?)
* Rudolf Rocker: Die Hinrichtung Auguste Vaillants (?)
* Amadeo Bordiga: Homicide des morts (1951)
* Amadeo Bordiga: Crue et rupture de la civilisation bourgeoise (1951)
* Dominique Karamazov: Le retour d’un iguanodon. Écologie et communisme (1979)

Archive.org:

* Communist Party (Opposition): Why? a labor party (1934)
* August Bebel: Zur Lage der Arbeiter in den Bäckereien (1890)
* Independent Communist Labor League (ICLL): Safeguard your unions against disruption! : an appeal to all trade unionists (1937)
* The trial of Scott Nearing and the American socialist society (1919)

Sojourner Truth Organization Digital Archive:

* Noel Ignatin: Study Guide to Reconstruction (1978, pdf-Datei)
* Shop leaflets (1969-1980, pdf-Dateien)

Rustbelt Radical:

* Victor Serge: Flame on the Snow (1920/1921)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Armand Robin: Le Staline (1945)

International Bolshevik Tendency (IBT):

* International Bolshevik Tendency (IBT): Kronstadt & Counterrevolution (2002, pdf-Datei, 6,4 mb)

Projekt Gutenberg:

* Sigmund Freud: Eine Kindheitserinnerung des Leonardo da Vinci (1910)

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