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Archive for Februar 2010

Freiheit für Seher Tümer und für Berivan!

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. Februar 2010

Zwei Petitionen für die Freiheit von politischen Gefangenen in der Türkischen Republik, für die Gewerkschaftsaktivistin und Feministin Seher Tümer (ihr wird die Mitgliedschaft in einer „terroristischen Vereinigung“ vorgeworfen) und die 15 Jahre alte Schülerin Berivan, die seit Oktober 2007 im Knast sitzt, da ihr die Unterstützung einer illegalen Organisation und Steinwürfe während einer Demonstration vorgeworfen werden, mehr zu ihrem Fall hier.

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Musik zum Sonntag … Distúrbio Mental

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. Februar 2010

Apenas um Sintoma

Guerra Nuclear

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Ernie Erber (1914-2010)

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Februar 2010

Quelle: Workers‘ Liberty, eine Reihe von Texten von Ernest „Ernie“ Erber findet mensch im Marxists Internet Archive

Obituary: Ernie Erber

Barry Finger

Ernest Erber, who died in February at age 96 might be known to readers of Solidarity and members of the AWL only from Max Shachtman’s memorable response to his 1948 resignation from the Workers Party. The Fate of the Russian Revolution carries large excerpts from Shachtman’s spirited and anguished reply.

Erber, who wrote under the party name Ernest Lund, was an original founder of the Socialist Workers Party as it emerged in the 1930s from the American Socialist Party. He was to become an early comrade of Draper’s and Shachtman’s and a leader of the later split from the Cannonites in 1940, when the Soviet Union invaded Finland. As a member of the Young People’s Socialist League in the SP, Erber traveled to Spain and wrote a pamphlet for the YPSL on the civil war. The SP had organized and funded the Debs column and Erber was briefly to join the editorial staff of La Batalla, the POUM newspaper.

Erber served on the National Committee of the WP and served for a time as managing editor of the New International, and on its editorial board until 1948, when he resigned. In the late 1940s, when the WP was debating its future role in the socialist movement, Erber was virtually alone in arguing to maintain the revolutionary perspective of the WP as a “small mass party,” in opposition to the propaganda group the ISL was to become. It was therefore all the more shocking when he resigned, as he had provided no advance warning of his anti-Leninist political disagreements with the party and had never raised his views on Bolshevism in the PC. He had, in fact, just wrapped up an educational seminar on Bolshevism that he had presented to the Socialist Youth League. There were however inklings of his unease. Erber in 1948 became increasingly unwilling to defend Bolshevism beyond the vulgarized attacks that equated Leninism with Stalinism. In retrospect, Erber represented a pro-Socialist—and shortly a pro-Democratic– Party orientation that Shachtman himself was soon to adopt, with far more devastating results for third camp socialism.

Shachtman — like Erber — never did his thinking out loud, never squared his repudiation of a lifetime of revolutionary activity with his ostensible commitment to socialism. His indictment of Erber would read as a bill of particulars against his later self had he not dragged most of his milieu into the same mire. Few indeed were those who maintained the political integrity to point out that irony.

Erber was to go on, outside the WP, to proclaim that he was a democrat first and a socialist second. His resignation from the WP was not, however, simply a dress rehearsal for the tragedy to come. For, unlike innumerable other defectors and renegades, he also distinguished himself by endorsing Luxemburg’s observation that only those who are prepared to go forward to socialism will be prepared to defend the democracy that already exists. He should also be remembered in our movement for that.

Posted in Kommunismus, Linke Geschichte, Marxismus, Nachrufe, Sozialismus, Stalinismus, Trotzkismus, USA | 1 Comment »

Hatte Adorno recht?

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. Februar 2010

… heute mal keine Abstimmung, aber vielleicht entwickelt sich ja nach eingehender Prüfung der Argumente eine Diskussion …

Posted in Fundstücke, Kapitalismus, Kultur, Musik, Philosophie | 4 Comments »

Wahlpolitischer Opportunismus der CPP

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. Februar 2010

Quelle: ESSF … Schwesterpartei der Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP, nicht mit der ehemals pro-Moskau orientierten PKP-1930 zu verwechseln) in der BRD ist übrigens die MLPD:

Worse than a crime – The electoral politics of the NDF and the CPP in the Philippines

Alex de Jong, 20 January 2010

The year 2010 has only just begun but we might already know what’s going to be the most unlikely election coalition of the year. The legal National-Democratic (ND) movement of the Philippines, politically aligned with the underground Maoist Communist Party of the Philippines, has made an alliance with multimillionaire Manuel ‘Manny’ Bamba Villar Jr. and indirectly with Marcos’ admiring son, Ferdinand ’Bongbong’ Marcos jr.

When Manny Villar announced he would be running for president of the republic of the Philippines he immediately looked like a strong contender. After all, he is one of the richest men in the country – worth about 830 million dollar. His financial capital can buy a lot of political capital in a game still characterized by ’goons, guns and gold’. Alas, the first of Augustus 2009 Cory Aquino, still popular and fondly remembered as a symbol of democracy, died. From out of political obscurity her son, Benigno ’Noynoy’ Aquino III, became a contender for the top position of the republic, officially announcing his candidacy on September 9. In the months after this announcement Aquino was leading in the polls.

Same old, same old

Satur Ocampo of the party-list Bayan Muna and Liza Maza of Gabriela Women’s Party, both part of the National-Democratic coalition Makabayan or New Patriotic Alliance, had already been negotiating with Manny Villar for two spots for senatorial seats under his campaign banner. The rationale behind this alliance? The NDs say it’s because of Villar’s ’pro-poor’ stance and program. As if there has ever been a presidential candidate that did not promise to fight poverty. But Villar, the NDs maintain, is different. The difference is not in Villar’s political career and there’s in fact very little reason to take Villar’s commitment seriously. Like other politicians from the ruling elite, Villar has jumped from one party to the other during his career. In the nineties a member of Lakas – party of current president Gloriao Macapagal Arroyo – he later was a member of Estrada’s coalition Laban ng Makabayang Masang Pilipino.

Estrada of course, was a wealthy man who styled himself as an outsider to the corrupt political circles of the Philippines. Just like Villar. And Estrada styled himself as a champion of the poor. Just like Villar. Their similarities and earlier alliance notwithstanding, as Speaker of the House of Representatives Villar presided over the impeachment of then-president Joseph Estrada just before ‘Erap’ was ousted by the People Power II uprising. A good politician knows when to leave a sinking ship…

After 2000 Villar was twice elected to the senate. In 2003 he left his days as an independent behind him and joined the Nacionalista Party (NP). The NP is the oldest party of the Philippines, originally founded as a vehicle for the illustrado elite collaborating with the ’benevolent assimilation’ of the American colonial regime. In 2004 Villar became president of this party that is still supporting, despite her damaged credibility, the presidency of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo. His record during the years? In 1992 Villar was the House representative in the government’s negotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington D.C. This was during the presidency of Fidel Ramos – the period that neoliberalism was anchored as the economic orthodoxy of the country. After the rocky years of Aquino’s presidency, Ramos aimed to make the Philippines an attractive site for foreign capital. In the words of COURAGE (Confederation for Unity, Recognition and Advancement of Government Employees) trade-union it was during Ramos presidency that ’the country was opened to a complete control by foreign monopoly capital.’ Under the banner ’Philippines 2000’ Ramos propagated a neoliberal policy that he said would bring the country the status of Newly Industrialized Country by 2000. If anything, the country became a newly-deindustrialized country when a significant part of its production base killed was killed by international competition in the ’open’ market propagated by the IMF. Villar was not just one of the many politicians that marched the Philippines economy into a hole. Villar was, according to his website, a ’key member’ of the House’s economic team, playing a crucial role in the liberalization of the banking system under president Ramos. With the help of both houses of the Philippine Congress, the Ramos government passed laws to implement liberalization, deregulation, and privatization. Villar supported Ramos’ policies that included for example laws that permitted foreign investors a 100 procent ownership of local businesses and granted foreign off-shore banks access.

Is Villar’s record only that of an champion of economic liberalism? Well, he also persuaded subdivision homeowners to open up their roads to the general public to ease traffic jams in Manila, designated Certain Areas in Las Piñas as Tourist Spots, led a dedicated tree-planting drive and organized the ‘Manpower on Wheels’ Program, a livelihood training school housed in a van that makes the rounds in poor areas. In over 15 year, about 5000 students graduated from this program. Token reforms are sometimes described as drops in the ocean. Considering the massive poverty in the Philippines, these three examples, listed as successes on Villar’s website, are small drops indeed.

Whichever way the wind blows

Since the days of the Ramos presidency, Villar has changed tack somewhat. In a speech for University of the Philippines College of Business Administration Alumni in 2004 Villar stressed a ’nationalist perspective’ against globalization’s dismantling of trade barriers. But, this ’does not suggest at all that we must be overprotective of our own industries to the exclusion of foreign investors.’ The next year, Villar would, together with Satur Ocampo and others, criticize IMF policy – while keeping mum about his own part in shackling the Philippine economy to the IMF. Nowadays, he supports bills providing micro-credit to struggling farmers and makes ads supporting free college education. These ads are part of media campaign that, according to conservative estimates, has cost 2 billion pesos since the third quarter of 2009.

The platform that Villar’s now running on and that has enamored the NDs for their multimillionaire ’class enemy’ is full of promises. Just like Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was full of pro-poor promises in the 2004 elections. In the nineties, Villar embraced neoliberalism, a policy that he started to criticize after it lost its legitimacy. Until a while ago, he supported ‘GMA’ – a president he started to criticize after she lost legitimacy. A good politician knows when to leave sinking ships…

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Posted by entdinglichung - 25. Februar 2010

1.) Regentied zu einer Provinzposse um die Bewerbung/Verlinkung des Theaters der Horst Mahler-Anhängerin und Holocaustleugnerin Imke Barn­stedt auf einer städtischen Webseite in Oldenburg

2.) Reflexion nimmt Verschwörungstheorien von Ahmadinejad-VersteherInnen auseinander:

„Dem an­ony­men Ex­per­ten der Grup­pe „Ar­bei­ter­fo­to­gra­fie“, der die ein­zi­ge Per­son auf der Welt ist, die an­hand eines ver­wa­ckel­ten Han­dy­vi­de­os Fer­nob­duk­tio­nen durch­füh­ren kann, sei ge­ra­ten, doch sein Ta­lent wei­ter­hin für die Ver­schwö­rungs­theo­re­ti­ker_in­nen der „Ar­bei­ter­fo­to­gra­fie“ zur Ver­fü­gung zu stel­len: So las­sen sich si­cher­lich neue Er­kennt­nis­se über den Tod Micha­el Jack­sons, dem At­ten­tat auf John F. Ken­ne­dy oder der Mond­lan­dung ge­win­nen.“

3.) Ein weiterer Artikel auf Talk to Action zum Geschichtsrevisionismus der Religious Right in den USA:

„Author Lutzer finds parallels with Nazi Germany in all the wrong places. One example is the fact that the state can license a marriage without the certification of the church. Hitler’s Germany is compared to modern Hate Crimes legislation in which the minister believes these new laws will allow the state to control free speech in the pulpit. An economic example is found in the graduated income tax. Erwin sees this as stealing from the rich to give to the poor.
Lutzer finds similar ideology in the British health care system with German concentration camps. Lutzer claims that in Britain senior adults are denied adequate health care. This is compared to the proposed new system in America. One assistant state attorney warned the pastor that in the near future pastors can lose the tax exempt status in the church if the church refused to preform gay marriages. Believe it or not, the famous preacher claims Muslims and homosexuals have joined together on hate crimes bills to further attack Christians.“

4.) Zwei interessante Artikel im Solidarity Webzine: Mexico’s Forgotten Black History und Tea Party Convention Divides the Right, aus letzterem ein Auszug:

„It is difficult to predict how the various currents comprising the Tea Party movement will ultimately develop, but there are some worrying indicators. The Tea Party phenomenon has provided many opportunities for more explicitly racist and fascist far-right groups. Such organizations are offering a coherent ideology through which disgruntled working class whites can filter their raw frustration. This strategy is successfully swelling the ranks of many neo-Nazi organizations and helps explain the rise in hate crimes since Obama’s election.

The GOP will likely succeed in mobilizing mainstream tea partiers for the 2010 election. This is the stated aim of the next Tea Party conference planned for July. As the election approaches, pressure from tea party activists will likely push the Republicans even further to the right.

As many have noted, the Tea Party is partly a distorted expression of white working class frustration with decades of stagnating living standards and diminished economic opportunities. Also, as the many infamous displays at tea party rallies have shown, this largely white backlash is deeply racialized. Having a sitting black president has exacerbated this, but it is more deeply rooted in the broader demographic shifts in the U.S. As whites shrink as a proportion of the population, we may see a parallel strengthening of right-wing radicalism. As the economic crisis continues and working people grow increasingly cynical towards the two parties, those of us on the Left need to be seriously thinking of ways to confront the far-right.“

5.) Nettes Transpi, gefunden auf http://no2010.com/

6.) Furchtbare Musik, gefunden dank Splintered Sunrise:

Posted in Antifa, Antisemitismus, BRD, Fundstücke, Iran, Kanada, Kirche, Mexiko - Mexico, Musik, Niedersachsen, Rassismus, Rechtspopulismus, Religion, Sport, USA, Verschwörungstheorien | 1 Comment »

Keine Abschiebung von Bita Ghaedi in den Iran!

Posted by entdinglichung - 25. Februar 2010

Quelle: Webseite der Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO)

Save Bita Ghaedi from being returned to Iran!

Bita Ghaedi has been on hunger strike for 34 days now since she was refused asylum by the British Government and told she would be deported.

KWRO have been working to support Bita who faces a severe risk of falling victim to an ‚honour‘ killing if she is returned to Iran. Bita comes from a very traditional family in an area where ‚honour‘ killings are common and where killers are unlikely to face any serious repercussions for their crimes. If deported she will be destitute and unprotected.

Since her arrival in London, she has been imprisoned at Holloway prison and twice detained at the infamous Yarl’s Wood. More information here.

Petition to defend Bita Ghaedi:

We, the undersigned ask the UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband to personally intervene to ensure Bita Ghaedi is NOT forced to return to Iran, where it is certain she would be arrested and in physical danger under the current regime.

To add your signature to the petition go here.

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Neue Gewerkschaften im Nahen Osten

Posted by entdinglichung - 24. Februar 2010

1.) Seit dem 15. Februar gibt es auch im Oman einen Gewerkschaftsdachverband (Quelle: IGB):

„With the completion of its Founding Congress on 15 February, the General Federation of Oman Trade Unions (GFOTU) becomes the world’s newest national trade union centre. Following a 2006 Decree by the Sultan of Oman permitting the establishment of trade unions, some 70 individual unions have been established. Fifty of these, having already completed their own elections, were represented at the Congress which brought together some 100 delegates. Saoud Ali Abdullah Al Jabri was elected GFOTU president, along with an 11-person Executive including two women.

“The ITUC’s Annual Survey on Trade Union Rights Violations for 2009 recognised that while positive steps were being taken in the Sultanate, there are serious problems for large parts of the country’s workforce, especially migrant workers in construction and in domestic work. … „

2.) Das Workers Advice Center (WAC-MAAN) in Israel plant, sich von einer Beratungsorganisation mit Büros in sieben Orten zu einer unbhängigen, klassenkämpferischen Gewerkschaft zu transformieren:

„WAC has set a unique objective: beyond mere assistance, it aims to organize workers into a new trade union, which will organize all workers without regard to national or ethnic divisions. The intention is not to work against the Histadrut or take its place, but to unionize those left outside its gates. Even though this goal has seemed overly ambitious at times, it has become increasingly important and increasingly achievable.“

3.) Der Forderungskatalog von vier unabhängigen Gewerkschaften im Iran (Quelle: Iran Labor Report):

1. Unconditional recognition of independent workers organizations, the right to strikes, to organize protests, the freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, and freedom to associate with any political party.
2. An immediate stop to all executions, and the immediate and unconditional release of labor and other political activists from jail.
3. Immediate increase of the minimum wage based on workers input through their representatives in general workers assemblies.
4. End to Subsidies Rationalization Plan and delayed wages of workers should be immediately paid without any excuses.
5. Job security for workers and all wage earners, the end to all temporary contracts and blank signatures, removal of all government-run organizations in the work place, institution of new labor laws through direct participation of the workers in their general workers assemblies.
6. Halt to all firings under any circumstances. Anyone expelled or at employment age must benefit from social security in line with human dignity.
7. End of all discriminatory laws against women and insuring full and unconditional equality of women and men in all aspects of social, economic, political, cultural, and family affairs.
8. Insuring all the retired with a life of welfare, devoid of economic anxieties, putting an end to all discriminatory payment practices, and allowing everyone to benefit from social and medical services.
9. All children, irrespective of their parents’ economic and social status, gender, nationality, race, and religion, must be granted free and equal educational, welfare, and health care benefits.
10. May 1st must be declared a national holiday and included in the official calendar; all legal restrictions on its celebration must be removed.

Tehran and Municipality Bus Workers Syndicate / Haft Tapeh Sugar Refinery Workers Syndicate /Free Assembly of Iranian Workers / Kermanshah Electrical and Metal Workers Guild

Posted in Gewerkschaft, Iran, Israel, Kapitalismus, Klassenkampf, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Migration, Oman, Repression | Leave a Comment »

Zwei Umfragen zum Preis von einer!!!

Posted by entdinglichung - 24. Februar 2010

Auf Grund des grossen Erfolges der letzten [sic!] Umfrage auf dieser Seite und auch eines Wettbewerbes beim Magazin für linken Boulevardjournalismus ( und aus Gründen der ausgleichenden Gerechtigkeit) hier nun nicht eine sondern gleich zwei Umfragen, Zugreifen solange der Vorrat reicht!

und weil auch andere hier schon geärgert wurden der Bonustrack:

Posted in BRD, Humor, Medien, Rechtspopulismus, Satire, Verschwörungstheorien | Leave a Comment »

Mordanschlag auf Mansour Osanloo

Posted by entdinglichung - 23. Februar 2010

Auf Mansour Osanloo, den zu fünf Jahren Knast verurteilten ehemaligen Vorsitzenden der unabhängigen Gewerkschaft der Beschäftigten der Vahed-Busgesellschaft Tehran wurde im Rajaj-Shahr-Knast ein Mordanschlag verübt, Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Artikels: Street Journalist:

Nachtrag 24.02. 2010: Eine deutsche Übersetzung des Artikels findet mensch auf Julias Blog, ansonsten auch von hier herzliche nachträgliche Glückwünsche zum Geburtstag an Mansour Osanloo

Mansour Osanloo Survives Attempt on His Life in Rajai-Shahr Prison

Mansour Osanloo was assaulted today in Rajai-Shahr prison by an inmate who is said to be a former IRGC [Anmerkung Entdinglichung: „Revolutions“-Garde, Pasdaran] member. The inmate who was the attacker had the support and encouragement of prison guards. This is not the first time the union leader is attacked by other prisoners.

According to HRDAI, Osanloo was attacked from behind by an inmate who attempted to stab him, while he was talking to 2 fellow inmates in the prison courtyard. Oslanloo was saved and taken away by his friends’ swift reaction.

The attack happened in front of a prison guard called Hasanpour, and another individual, Moradi, who is the head of inmates in ward 4. Prison guards at first did not react to the attack but disarmed the attacker after other political prisoners who were present at the scene protested the guards’ inaction. The attacker continued to charge Osanloo even after he was disarmed and threatened to kill him later. He is said to have a history of provoking fights in prison and is convicted of killing his wife.

Osanloo has just come out of a 1-week solitary confinement. He was arrested in July of 2009 and sentenced to 5 years in prison for anti national security activities. He was illegally transferred to Rajai-Shahr prison in September of 2009.

Source: RAHANA

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Anti-AKW-Jugendliche aus Langenhorn: „Haus“-Besucher erhalten Einsicht in den ATOMKATASTROPHENPLAN …! (1977)

Posted by entdinglichung - 23. Februar 2010

„Haus“-Besucher erhalten Einsicht in den ATOMKATASTROPHENPLAN …! (pdf-Datei, 263 kb), ein satirisches Flugblatt der Gruppe Anti-AKW-Jugendliche aus Langenhorn vom Januar 1977, welches einen fiktiven Katastrophenplan für den Fall eines Atomunfalls in Stade oder Brunsbüttel für das (wahrhaft legendäre) Haus der Jugend (HdJ) Tweeltenbek beinhaltet und zur Anti-AKW-Demo am 22. Januar 1977 auf der Moorweide aufruft.

Posted in Antiatom, BRD, Flugblatt der Woche, Hamburg, Langenhorn, Linke Geschichte, Repression, Satire, Sozialistika - Linke Archivalien, Umwelt | 2 Comments »

Safer Sex mit dem Satan?

Posted by entdinglichung - 23. Februar 2010

aus dem Südkurier:

Wer Sex mit Satan haben will, muss im kalifornischen Bakersfield ein Kondom benutzen, denn ohne Verhütungsmittel ist es illegal.

passend dazu ein Lied:

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Die Internationale erklingt in den Bergen von Iranisch-Kurdistan

Posted by entdinglichung - 22. Februar 2010

Ein beeindruckendes Film- und Tondokument, eine illegale Versammlung von Revolutionären am 12. Februar auf dem Berg Abidar bei Sanandaj in Iranisch-Kurdistan, gefunden dank Révolution en Iran:

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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)


* 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)


* 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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Trotz reformistischer Abwiegelung – EDL/SDL-Aufmarsch in Edinburgh gestoppt

Posted by entdinglichung - 22. Februar 2010

Aus gegebenem Anlass nachfolgend dokumentiert ein Bericht von der Webseite von Workers‘ Liberty zum Aufmarschversuch der „Scottish Defence League“ (SDL) am 20. Februar in Edinburgh:

Anti-fascists surround Scottish Defence League; “Scotland United” tries to stop confrontation

Author: Dale Street

The Scottish Defence League (SDL) suffered another humiliation on Saturday 20 February when its promised demonstration in Edinburgh ended up as five hours in a pub, surrounded by anti-fascists and protected by several hundred police.

“Scotland United” – a variant of Unite Against Fascism (UAF), but even worse – suffered a humiliation as well, albeit of a different type.

In many ways, what happened in Edinburgh in the run-up to last Saturday, and on the day as well, was a re-run of what had happened in Glasgow last November, when the SDL had attempted to stage a demonstration in the city.

In Glasgow an ad hoc Glasgow Anti-Fascist Alliance (GAFA) was launched in order to confront the SDL and prevent them from taking to the streets. It involved members of some, but not all, socialist groups and a variety of non-aligned activists.

“Scotland United” was also set up. This was the ‘official’ anti-SDL initiative, backed by the Scottish TUC, individual unions, elected representatives (including Tories) from across the political spectrum, the Socialist Workers Party (SWP), UAF, the Scottish-Islamic Foundation, and various religious and voluntary sector organisations.

“Scotland United” deliberately called a rally and march at a time and place which ruled out any possibility of confronting the SDL. The GAFA, on the other hand, managed to track down the SDL to the pub were they were skulking and stage a protest there, albeit only briefly, before the SDLers were bussed out of the city.

(For a full report of the events in Glasgow, see: workersliberty.org/story/2009/11/14)

In the run-up to last Saturday’s events in Edinburgh an ad hoc Edinburgh Anti-Fascist Alliance (EAFA) was set up to mobilise people to confront the SDL. Like the GAFA, it was a mixture of non-aligned activists and members of some socialist organisations.

“Scotland United” was also resurrected for the day.

It issued the same bland anti-SDL statement that had been used in Glasgow last November, the only difference being that “Edinburgh” was substituted for “Glasgow”. Signatories to the statement included Tories, Liberal-Democrats, the SWP, the SSP, Tommy Sheridan, UAF, Alex Salmond, the STUC, and those well-known opponents of bigotry – the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign.

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