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Archive for 11. Mai 2010

Erklärungen der Kommunistischen Partei Irans und der Gewerkschaft der Beschäftigten der Busgesellschaft Tehran zu der Ermordung von fünf politischen Gefangenen

Posted by entdinglichung - 11. Mai 2010

Quelle: Komalah.org

The Execution of Farzad Kamangar and Other Political Prisoners, the Peak of Despicability and Incompetence of the Regime in Face of the Political Crisis

The Iranian regime’s official news agency reported Sunday morning May 9th that five political prisoners, Farzad Kamangar, Ali Heidarian, Farhad Vakili, Shirin Alam Hooyi and Mehdi Eslamyan, who were sentenced to death penalty by a court of the criminal Islamic regime in Iran, have been hanged early morning in Evin Prison.

These five political prisoners are executed despite the large wave of protests both at home and abroad and by the international bodies and human rights institutions since the issue of their death sentences; The Islamic regime, without the slightest regard for the requests to revoke these inhumane charges, carried out the death sentences this Sunday morning. The execution of these five political prisoners shows that this regime is capable of committing any crime and currently the threat of execution is hovering above the head of a number of other political prisoners in the prisons of the inhumane Islamic regime in Iran.

The criminal regime in Iran knows well that the wave of crackdowns on the street protesters, shooting the demonstrators and killing them, stuffing the prisons with fighting and protesting people and torturing and raping them have all failed to intimidate the freedom-loving Iranian people; Now the regime has started the execution of the political prisoners in the prisons as the last bullet in its gun in order to curb the people who have stood up in defence of their fundamental rights. This criminal policy is part of systematic and deliberate actions that the regime takes in order to overcome a political crisis that has paralyzed the whole system.

Now that the regime is facing with large waves of protests and resistance on the streets, in the universities, factories and workshops all over the country, plus the exacerbating economic crisis out of which it sees no exit, in these circumstances, we should not allow the Iranian regime to direct its attacks on the defenceless political prisoners in the prisons in an attempt to intimidate the people outside the prisons. We should foil these criminal policies of the regime by expanding our struggles for freeing all the political prisoners.

The regime should know that attacking the lives of the political prisoners will cost it high. They should understand that they can not secretly hang the political prisoners one by one and in groups without suffering any consequences. The freedom-loving and fighting people in Kurdistan and all other parts of Iran will not forget the blood of those young people so far shed. Execution of these five people will without any doubt cause a wave of hatred and disgust against the regime among the people in Kurdistan and all around Iran, but in order to stop the regime from continuing the executions, something more than anger and hatred is needed. In order to release and save these youth and our beloved children from the claws of the torturers and assassins in the Islamic regime, we need to step up our struggles for their release.

The Communist Party of Iran and its Kurdistan organization Komala announce their deep sympathy with the families and the relatives of these executed prisoners and calls up on all the freedom-loving and fighting people all over Iran and Kurdistan to defend the lives of other prisoners on the execution row. These political prisoners are the children of the people who have been for more than three decades resisting the oppression and dictatorship, fighting against violating their most fundamental rights and have never so far given up against all the atrocities and brutalities of the Islamic regime in Iran. This regime should know this time too that it will not only intimidate the people by this kind of actions, but on the contrary will add more oil to the flames of the people’s anger.

Communist Party of Iran, May 9th 2010

Quelle: Street Journalist

Execution and Intimidation are condemned: Statement of Tehran Bus Transportation Syndicate in condemning Farzad Kamangar’s execution

We are mourning the death of a teacher whose teaching tool was chalk and pen, who taught children that many of them would go to bed with an empty stomach every night. Execution and intimidation is condemned. His crime was defending human rights. Crime that in the past 100 year has taken lives of many and made lots of families to mourn. In the past 4 years many national and international organizations had condemned the imprisonment of Farzad Kamanger and more importantly demanded for an impartial and legal review of his case. International organizations had asked for direct meeting with Farzad several times, which never got approved.

Unfortunately his family did not have the right or opportunity to see their beloved son for the last time. These executions take place in our society while our people have always negated any type of violence. Iranian and international worker movement have lost a teacher who did not stop learning and teaching even in prison. Our condolences goes to Farzad Kamangar family and everyone around the world.

As we have repeatedly announced through out these years, we want an end to death penalty, we reject verdicts of illegal courts and ask for the freedom of all social right prisoners; including Mr. Madadi and Osanloo.

With hope for peace and justice all around the world

Union Workers

Bus Transportation of Tehran and Suburbs

Translated by: St Journalist

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Aufruf der Arbeiter-Kommunistischen Partei Iran zum Generalstreik in Kurdistan am 13. Mai

Posted by entdinglichung - 11. Mai 2010

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Aufrufes: mission free iran, 27 weiteren politischen Gefangenen droht unmittelbar die Ermordung:

Aufruf zum Generalstreik in Kurdistan am Donnerstag, 13. Mai

Am Sonntag, 9. Mai 2010, wurden in der Islamischen Republik Iran neben Straftätern fünf politische Gefangene hingerichtet: Farzad Kamangar, Shirin Alam Hooei, Mehdi Hosseinian, Farhad Vakili und Ali Heidarian. Staatlich geplanter Mord und seine Ausführung sind zwei Seiten einer Klinge, das das verbrecherische herrschende Regime des Iran während der letzten 31 Jahre gegen das Volk angewendet hat. Tausende unserer Lieben, die ihre Rechte einforderten, sind zu Tode gekommen, damit dieses finstere und rückwärts gewandte Regime mit seiner Ausbeutung, seinem Diebstahl und seiner Unterdrückung gesichert werden kann. Dem müssen wir widerstehen, diesen Verbrechen Einhalt gebieten und diese Tötungsmaschinerie stoppen.

Um Einspruch gegen dieses Verbrechen zu erheben, hat Komeleh (Kommunistische Partei des Iran, Abteilung Kurdistan) die kurdische Bevölkerung zum Generalstreik am Donnerstag, den 13. Mai, aufgerufen. Die Kommunistische Arbeiterpartei Iran unterstützt diesen Aufruf.

Wir rufen alle Menschen in Kurdistan, Arbeiter und Studenten, Lehrer und Schüler, Kaufleute und Beamte, ihren Widerspruch gegen dieses verbrecherische Regime laut werden zu lassen und zur ehrenvollen Erinnerung an diese Lieben alle Arbeit und allen Schulbesuch vereint niederzulegen, in Fabriken, Werkstätten, Schulen und Universitäten, Büros und Geschäften.

Ein großer und erfolgreicher Generalstreik ist ein wichtiger Faktor bei der Weiterführung unseres gerechten Einsatzes, zur Stärkung unserer Empathie und Einheit, und in der Organisation und Vorbereitung für den Abschluss des Kampfes, um dieses düstere islamische Regime zu stürzen. In den letzten Monaten haben Millionen von Menschen im ganzen Land ihren Hass und Widerstand gegen diese Regierung auf vielfältiger Art und Weise demonstriert und ihren Willen, sie zu begraben, geäußert. Der Erfolg dieses Streiks wird eine vernichtende Antwort auf ihre Verbrechen und ein wichtiger Schritt zur Veränderung des politischen Gleichgewichts der Kräfte im Sinne des Kampfes der Völker für die Freiheit im gesamten Iran sein, während das Regime mit einer Vielzahl von Krisen zu kämpfen hat.

Freiheit-suchende Menschen in Kurdistan:

Vereint euch für diesen Aufruf und beteiligt euch an diesem Generalstreik, um den herrschenden islamischen Kriminellen eine kraftvolle Antwort zu verpassen. Wir dürfen unsere Lieben in den Gefängnissen nicht im Stich lassen. In Bezug auf die Hinrichtung dieser Lieben, die ihr Leben unter dem Vorwurf der Opposition gegen die Regierung verloren, weil sie eine andere Meinung als diese vertreten haben, müssen wir mit äußerster Kraft reagieren, um dem islamische Regime zu zeigen, dass sie für ihre Taten verantwortlich gemacht werden. Fordern sie die bedingungslose Freilassung der politischen Gefangenen mit diesem umfassenden, gemeinsamen Streik. Protestieren sie gegen Todesstrafe, Folter und jede Form von Druck gegen Gefangene. Unser Streik wird zweifellos erfreut begrüßt von Millionen von freiheitliebenden Iranern im ganzen Land und wird ein neue Gelegenheit zum Sturz der Islamischen Republik schaffen.

Nieder mit der Islamischen Republik Iran! Sieg der Revolution der freiheitsuchenden Menschen im Iran!

Kurdistan Ausschuss der Kommunistischen Arbeiterpartei im Iran
10. Mai 2010

Translation: Ulrike Beudgen

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 11. Mai 2010

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv, weitere Hinweise bei Poumista:

Projekt Gutenberg:

* Erich Mühsam: Tagebücher 1910-1924

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

* Parti ouvrier internationaliste (POI): La lutte ouvrière, Juli 1943 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité Renault, März 1948
* Opposition communiste: Contre le courant, 2. Dezember 1927
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI) : La Vérité, 10. September 1948
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, Dezember 1953
* IVe Internationale: IVe Internationale, Juli 1953
* Ligue des communistes: Bulletin intérieur, 23. August 1934
* Ligue des communistes: Service de presse, 1. Januar 1936
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 10. April 1942 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité, 5. November 1948
* Opposition communiste: Contre le Courant, 19. Deyember 1927
* IVe internationale: IVe internationale, November 1953
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La Vérité des travailleurs, Januar 1954
* Jeunesse communiste internationaliste (JCI): Jeunes travailleurs, en avant pour la grève générale ! (1947)
* Ligue des communistes: Bulletin intérieur, 15. Mai 1934
* Ligue des communistes: La Vérité, 28. März 1935
* Ligue des communistes: La Vérité, September 1934
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, 1. Oktober 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)
* Comité français pour la IVe internationale: La Vérité, September 1941 (Untergrundzeitung)

Theorie als Praxis:

* Karl Marx – 192. Geburtstag (Zitate)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Amédée Dunois: Lissagaray, historien classique de la Commune (1929)
* Karl Marx: La formule générale du capital (1867, Auszug aus dem Kapital)
* Friedrich Engels: To Jules Guesde (1889)
* L’Emancipation syndicale et pédagogique: Aux origines du Premier Mai (2006)
* Mansoor Hekmat: Nos différences (1989, Auszug)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Henk Sneevliet: Trotski voor de Internationale Commissie (1937)
* Victor Serge: Twice Met (1938)
* Georg Lukacs: What is Orthodox Marxism II (1919)
* Martin Glaberman: On the Giant’s Shoulders (1966)
* Ernest Mandel: Arbetarna under neokapitalismen (1968)
* André Gorz: Ekologin och friheten (1977)
* Paul Mattick: Reply to Robin Derricourt (1966)
* La Lutte Ouvrière: As in June ’36: Class Against Class (1941)
* Rudolf Sprenger: Bolshevism (1939)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Tweeërlei tactiek van de sociaaldemocratie in de democratische revolutie (1905)
* Paul Costello: Capitalism, the State and Crises (1981)
* Paul Costello: Leninist Politics and the Struggle Against Economism (1980)
* Världssocialistiska häften nr 4 (1983)
* George Rawick: Meany and the AFL-CIO (1966) (notebook)
* George Rawick: Reply to Angus Hone (1966)
* George Rawick: Rappite Harmony (1967)
* Bruno Maffi: Prefazione al Tribuno del Popolo (1945)
* Bruno Maffi: Spigolature trotskiste (1948)
* Georgij Plechanow: Note sulla storia della letteratura francese del Lanson (189?)
* Leon Blum: Speech at the Socialist Party Congress at Tours (1920)
* Michael Kidron: Letter to Readers on India (1965)
* Michael Kidron: The Fire Last Time (1965)
* Artikel aus International Socialism, 1965-1967
** Colin Barker: Fog at Fawley (1965)
** Colin Barker: Nice and Brutal (1965)
** Curtis McNally: Whence France? (1965)
** Nigel Harris: Confucian Confusion (1965)
** Nigel Harris: White Collars (1965)
** Ian H. Birchall: Uninstructive (1965)
** Labour in Office (1965)
** Knuckling Under (1964)
** Gerry Lynch: Labour and Education (1965)
** Volkhard Mosler: The German Trade Union Movement 1945-52 (1965)
** Stan Mills: The Right Lines (1965)
** Hilary Rose: Defend the Tenant (1965)
** Sarah Watson: Primary Classes (1965)
** David Breen: Them (1965)
** David Breen: Forever Backward (1965)
** David Breen: Indian High Noon (1965)
** Tony Young: Soldiers (1965)
** Chris Gray: UNexamined (1965)
** Hilary Rose: The Folly of Solly (1965)
** Bert Benson: Sick in Mind (1965)
** Dave Peers: When the Boom Breaks (1965)
** Steven Rose: Philatelic (1965)
** Barry Hindess: Duty Bound (1965)
** John Palmer: The Budget (1966)
** Ian Birchall: Trouble in Belgium (1966)
** James & Audrey Kincaid: The Glossy Soup Kitchen – Social Security under Labour (1966)
** Colin Barker: Comment on Incomes Policy and Class Power (1966)
** Colin Barker: Lex v. Labour (1966)
** Ian H. Birchall: Radical Alliance (1966)
** Nigel Harris: More China (1966)
** Ian H. Birchall: Permanent Betrayal (1966)
** Nigel Harris: Class Struggle and Literature (1966)
** Euphoria and After (1966)
** Mark-Time Congress (1966)
** Dave Peers: Shipbuilding (1966)
** Ian Taylor: The Left on the General Election (1966)
** Freedom in Poland (1966)
** John Strauther: Racism in Britain (1966)
** Charles Posner: The Counterplan (1966)
** Letter to Readers (1966)
** Paul Derrick: Incomes Policy and Class Power (1966)
** David BreenGuys and Jobs (1966)
** Bernard Ross: The Birth of the Boss (1966)
** Peter Ibbotson: The Curse (1966)
** Peter Ibbotson: Robert Owen (1966)
** Bert Bensen: Both Sides of the Wall (1966)
** Tony Wooton: New Courses (1966)
** John Lee: A Little Gem (1966)
** Barry Hindess: Bogged Down (1966)
** Bernard Ross: Right Book Club (1966)
** Sarah Cox: Ladies in Armour (1966)
** Paul Coysh: World of Yesterday (1966)
** Bob Looker: Banana Split (1966)
** John Ashdown: Asian Money (1966)
** Terence R. Mandrell: Rocking the Cradle (1966)
** Manuel Macedo: Dei Ad Gloriam (1966)
** Tony Elger: Reductio Ad Absurdum (1966)
** Books Received (1966)
** C. Dallas: Teachers (1967)
** John Palmer: The Economy (1967)
** James Kincaid: Industrial Disablement in Britain (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Incomes Policy – Reply to J. Hughes (1967)
** Ian H. Birchall: Hardly an Eagle (1967)
** Colin Barker: Not a Candle (1967)
** John Palmer: European Brinkmanship (1967)
** John Palmer: And Pale Pinks Sneer (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Vive Harold! (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Three Steps to the Right (1966)
** Raymond Challinor: Free Bombs (1967)
** Raymond Challinor: Trappings Trapped (1967)
** Nigel Harris: Prophet on the Right (1967)
** Letter to Readers (1967)
** Roger Cox: AEU (1967)
** Volkhard Mosler: German Wages (1967)
** Roger McGough: Poems (1967)
** John Hughes: On Incomes Policy (1967)
** Stanley Weir: The Forces Behind the Reuther-Meany Split (1967)
** Ian Taylor: Race and Class (1967)
** Stephen Castles: German Mirrors (1967)
** John Lee: Wiseman or Nurk? (1967)
** Peter Ibbotson: Class or Status? (1967)
** Bert Bensen: The Least of His Crimes (1967)
** Bert Bensen: Dream-In (1967)
** Anthony Uden: The People’s Property (1967)
** Bob Looker: Megalocephaly too! (1967)
** Paul Coysh: And a Phony We (1967)
** Martin Chanock: African Futures (1967)
** Martin Epstein: ‘Progressive:’ Discuss (1967)
** Bert Bensen: What’s New (1967)
** Bert Bensen: Unhallowed Body (1967)
** Bernard Ross: Nut-Cracker (1967)
** P. Mansell: Pre-Revolutionary (1967)
** Will Fancy: Posthumous Protest (1967)
** John Barber: Dim View (1967)
** Barry Hindess: Enough (1967)
** Peter Ibbotson: Hope for Huddersfield (1967)
** Books Received (1967)
** Cumulative Author Index: IS 1 to 28 (1967)
* H.M. Hyndman: The International Situation and the International Socialist Bureau (1902)
* H.M. Hyndman: Laborism, Impossibilism and Socialism (1903)
* H.M. Hyndman: Socialism and Labourism in England (1909)
* H.M. Hyndman: Revolutionary Social-Democracy, The Curse of Compromise in Great Britain (1910)
* Daniel De Leon: Texte November 1908-Januar 1909 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1908, November 1 – Debs’s Opportunity
** 1908, November 2 – Trimming the Poodle
** 1908, November 4 – Taft’s Election
** 1908, November 5 – The Campaign in the Ninth
** 1908, November 6 – Bourbon Gompers
** 1908, November 8 – The „Silent Vote“
** 1908, November 10 – Naught’s Lost If Wisdom’s Gained
** 1908, November 11 – Gompers on the Way to a Monkery
** 1908, November 12 – Business Depression and Immigration
** 1908, November 13 – The Shadow of Russia Spreading
** 1908, November 14 – A Parallel
** 1908, November 15 – Property Self-Exhibited
** 1908, November 17 – As to the Preamble of the Trautmann-St. John-Axelson Concern
** 1908, November 18 – „Wasnuning“
** 1908, November 19 – A Boomerang Witticism
** 1908, November 20 – Priceless Rockefeller’s Testimony
** 1908, November 21 – Great Events Ahead in Germany
** 1908, November 22 – The Suffragettes Up Against It
** 1908, November 23 – The Enfant Terrible
** 1908, November 24 – The „Risk“ of Capital
** 1908, November 25 – Renegade Carnegie Canonized
** 1908, November 26 – We Sail Westward
** 1908, November 27 – Creed and Material Conditions
** 1908, November 28 – Up to the AF of L
** 1908, November 29 – Sore-Harassed Miss Free Trade
** 1908, November 30 – The Marianna Disaster
** 1908, December 1 – Two Nuts Left Uncracked
** 1908, December 2 – The In-Class Struggle
** 1908, December 3 – Germany’s Social Democracy at Work
** 1908, December 4 – Goulds, Castellanes and Sagans Furnishing Testimony
** 1908, December 5 – Capitalist Theft and Murder
** 1908, December 6 – Where Mrs. Wells Erred
** 1908, December 8 – The Pickle of the CFU
** 1908, December 9 – Protection Carries Off the Palm
** 1908, December 10 – Dr. Sangrado Gilder
** 1908, December 10 – Documents for History
** 1908, December 11 – A Word for the Anarchist
** 1908, December 12 – Spain—America
** 1908, December 13 – Considerate of Each Other
** 1908, December 14 – A Sermon From the Operating Table
** 1908, December 15 – A „Reasonable Profit“
** 1908, December 18 – President Eliot Condemning Crime and Chucking Criminals Under the Chin
** 1908, December 19 – The Turkish Parliament
** 1908, December 20 – We Can’t All Have Automobiles
** 1908, December 22 – Veiled Peonage
** 1908, December 23 – To Get Rid of Tramps
** 1908, December 24 – He Who Takes the Sword Shall Perish With the Sword
** 1908, December 25 – Sociologic Fatalism
** 1908, December 26 – Judge Wright’s Revolutionary Act—Backward
** 1908, December 27 – „Unreasonably Low Profits“
** 1908, December 29 – Gompers at the Forking of the Road
** 1908, December 30 – Presbyterians in Full Retreat
** 1908, December 31 – Capitalism=Blackmail
** 1909, January 1 – Greeting the New Year
** 1909, January 2 – Mr. Averill Once More
** 1909, January 3 – The Mission of Judge Wright
** 1909, January 5 – St. John’s Chapel
** 1909, January 6 – The Suez Canal Junket
** 1909, January 7 – Manufacturing Prosperity in Kansas
** 1909, January 8 – The Gas Decision
** 1909, January 9 – Kicking Against Pricks
** 1909, January 10 – A Word for Roosevelt
** 1909, January 11 – Metz, The Glass-Holder
** 1909, January 12 – Columbia’s Canned Economics
** 1909, January 13 – Taft at Augusta
** 1909, January 14 – The Tillman Case
** 1909, January 15 – Reinstein’s Timely Warning
** 1909, January 16 – „American Conservatism“
** 1909, January 17 – The Hatters Strike
** 1909, January 18 – Setting Dr. Aked Right
** 1909, January 19 – Judge Wright’s Opportunity
** 1909, January 20 – Work—and Die!
** 1909, January 21 – Edgar Allan Poe
** 1909, January 22 – A Make-Shift Socialist Congressman
** 1909, January 24 – The Unrest in India
** 1909, January 26 – To the Workingmen of Pittsburg
** 1909, January 27 – „Direct Nominations“
** 1909, January 29 – Path-Finder Flagler
** 1909, January 30 – Russian Extradition
** 1909, January 31 – What Is Pure and Simpledom?
* Chris Harman: Merseyside – Testing ground (1978)
* Chris Harman: Swinging back to the left (1980)
* Chris Harman: When will the bubble burst? (1989)
* Chris Harman: That old racist game (1989)
* Chris Harman: History at an end? (1989)
* Chris Harman: Break up of a bloc? (1989)
* Chris Harman: Turning the tide (1989)
* Chris Harman: Valuable Volumes (1989)
* Chris Harman: The struggle goes on (1989)
* Chris Harman: The right medicine (1989)
* Paul Foot: For law, read class (1978)
* Paul Foot: Ross Pritchard – dedicated socialist (2001)
* Paul Foot: I urge you to join the socialists (2001)
* Paul Foot: TUC’s own official part of plots against left leaders (2002)
* Paul Foot: Shaking up New Labour (2002)
* Paul Foot: We owe him a huge debt (2002)
* Paul Foot: ‘Seeds of new society are sown in battle with the old’ (2002)
* Paul Foot: ‘We need to concentrate on the big deception’ (2003)
* Paul Foot: Libel Fund: ‘Please contribute to Bookmarks appeal’ (2003)
* Paul Foot: How capitalism corrupts Labour politicians (2004)
* Paul Foot: Toussaint L’Ouverture and the great Haitian slave revolt (2004)
* David Widgery: ‘Poetry is made by all … not by one’ (1966)
* Tony Cliff: Where do we go from here? (1978)
* Marcel Liebman: Het Volksfront: veertig jaar geleden (1961)
* Otto Bauer: Sociaaldemocratie, godsdienst en kerk (1927)
* Ingemar E Nilsson: Arbetarråden i Polen och Ungern (1976)
* Revolutionära Marxisters Förbund (RMF): Fjärde Internationalen nr 2-1971

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Hamburg-Hohenfelde. Die Hausbesetzung in der Ekhofstraße 39 im Jahr 1973
* Motorenwerke Mannheim (MWM)
* Schleswig-Holstein: Bauindustrie und Industriegewerkschaft Bau-Steine-Erden (BSE)
* Niedersachsen: Bauindustrie und Industriegewerkschaft Bau-Steine-Erden (BSE)
* Lohnsteuervorauszahlung
* 1. Mai in Köln
* Köln: Ford-Werke
* Würzburg: Aufmarsch der Aktion Widerstand am 30.10.1970
* Herten: Zeche Westerholt/Polsum

Collectif Smolny:

* Sommaires de la revue « Cahiers du Communisme de Conseils » 1968-1972
* BILAN: La situation en France (1934)

LibCom:

* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part I: Trotsky and State Capitalism (1997)
* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part II: Russia as a Non-mode of Production (1998)
* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part III: Left communism and the Russian revolution (1999)
* Aufheben: What was the USSR? Part IV: Towards a Theory of the Deformation of Value (2000)
* “New Trends of Thought” in the Cultural Revolution (1999)
* A Shadow of Glorious (Though Strange) Good Things to Come: The Ranters and Libertarian Communism in the English Civil War

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Peter Hadden/Militant: Divide and Rule – Labour and the Partition of Ireland (1980)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Comunicado de la Representación Internacional Nº 4 (1998)
* Movimiento Jaimen Bateman Cayón (JBC): Carta de la Comandancia a ASOCAÑA (1995)
* Fuerzas Armadas de Resistencia Popular (FARP): Soldado, tu deber es con tu pueblo (1978)
* Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo (ERP): Comunicado sobre la muerte de Roque Dalton (1975)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Samir Amin: L’islam politique (2007)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Bobby Sands -”Anti H-Block / Armagh Political Prisoner” – 1981 Fermanagh South Tyrone by election
* Liam Burke -Sinn Fein -1992 Cork South-Central
* Bernard Connolly, Vincent McDowell, Joseph Maguire, Gerard O’Reilly- Labour Party- 1967 Local Elections Rathdown

Trend:

* Rainer Neef: Zum Begriff der Grundrente (1972)
* Alternative Liste Westberlin (AL): Leitlinien der AL-Wohnungspolitik (1985)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1935/1960/1985)
* James P. Cannon: World capitalism is ‘outlived
and doomed system’
(1948)

Archive.org:

* Revolutionary Age, 16. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 20. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 23. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 27. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 30. November 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 7. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 11. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 14. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 10. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 28. Dezember 1918
* Revolutionary Age, 18. Januar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 8. Februar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 15. Februar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 22. Februar 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 1. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 8. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 22. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 29. März 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 5. April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 12. April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 19 April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 26. April 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 3. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 10. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 17. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 24. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 31. Mai 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 7. Juni 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 14. Juni 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 21. Juni 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 5. Juli 1919
* Revolutionary Age, 12. Juli 1919
* William Foster/William Weinstone: How the Auto Workers Won (1937)
* Victor Prosper Considerant: Destinée sociale (1) (1837)
* Victor Prosper Considerant: Destinée sociale (2) (1837)
* Socialist Labor Party: 1891 Report of the NEC of the SLP (December 18, 1891)
* Wilhelm Ludwig Rosenberg: Vor der Wahlschlacht: Lustspiel in 1 Akt (1887)

Rustbelt Radical:

* Reading The Grundrisse; Thinking About Athens’ Rage (1858, Auszüge aus den Grundrissen)

Kasama:

* Foucault and Deleuze on Intellectuals and Power (1972)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: V.I. Lenin: Seeking a Path Up the Unexplored Mountain (1922)

Dublin Opinion:

* The Ripening of Time: Forgotten faces of capitalism in Ireland, agriculture and fishing (1976)

League for the Revolutionary Party -Communist Organization for the Fourth International (LRP-COFI):

* Sy Landy: For a General Strike in Britain (1980)

YouTube-Kanal von pjotrpjotro:

* Faces – Gesichter

ASK/VAB Hamburg-Altona:

* Industrierundbrief: SFG wird sofort wieder verboten: „Auf den Bayonetten der Engländer …“ (1980)

radicalarchives:

* Libertarian League: What We Stand For (1963)
* Social Revolutionary Anarchist Federation: Declaration (1972)

Agis Stinas:

* Agis Stinas: Der Aufbruch der Massen – The Awakening of the Popular Masses V (1977)

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