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Anarchie in Besançon?

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Januar 2011

ein wenig Farbe auf einem Denkmal für Kolonialkrieger erzeugt Furcht beim organisierten Spiessertum … Quelle: Le Jura Libertaire

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Januar 2011

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

Neuer ISP-Verlag:

* Barbara Weinhold: Eine trotzkistische Bergsteigergruppe aus Dresden im Widerstand gegen den Faschismus (2004, pdf-Datei, 1,7 mb)
* Winfried Wolf (Hg.): „Stuttgart 21“: Hauptbahnhof im Untergrund? (1996, pdf-Datei, 4,7 mb)

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR):

* Jeunesses socialistes révolutionnaires (JSR): Révolution !, Januar 1937 (aus Belgien)
* Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista (POUM): Révolution espagnole, 3. Dezember 1936
* Opposition communiste: Contre le courant, 21. September 1929
* Opposition communiste: Contre le courant, 22. Oktober 1929 (u.a. mit einem Brief des Leninbundes an Trotzki: 1, 2)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Contre la misère, le gaullisme et la guerre, unissons-nous ! (1949)
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): Manifeste du Parti communiste internationaliste, bolchevik-léniniste pour la construction de la IVe internationale aux ouvriers, soldats et paysans ! (1936)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Amédée Dunois: Comment furent assassinés Karl Liebknecht et Rosa Luxemburg (1919)
* Socialist Standard: Entretien avec Maximilien Rubel (1979)
* Dernière lettre aux abonnés de Socialisme ou Barbarie (1967)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Raya Dunayevskaya: “Russia, More Than Ever Full of Revolutionaries…” (1954)
* Dora Montefiore: Why we need Woman suffrage, and why we need it NOW (1896)
* Dora Montefiore: Bolshevik Russia (1919)
* Dora Montefiore: From A Victorian To a Modern (?)
* Friedrich Engels: Perekonna, eraomanduse ja riigitekkimine (1884, pdf-Datei)
* Leo Trotzki: Trotsky on Opposition and the Party in Spain (1931, ein Brief an Andreu Nin)
* Leo Trotzki: Unifying the Left Opposition (1930)
* Herbert Marcuse: Kampen mot liberalismen i den totalitära statsuppfattningen (1934)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Projecto de Radiograma ao Governo do Império Alemão (1918)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Projecto de Decreto Sobre a Dissolução da Assembleia Constituinte (1918)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: A Pátria Socialista Está em Perigo! (1918)
* Clara Zetkin: Le problème des intellectuels (1924)
* Herman Gorter: Sociaaldemocratie en anarchisme (1905)
* Ted Grant: Russia: reform or political revolution? (1987)
* Jean Jaures: The Battle of Valmy (1901)
* Brian Pearce: Geese, Ganders and Gaitskell (1960)
* Brian Pearce: No Smoke Without Fire (1960)
* Brian Pearce: Young Socialists (1960)
* Brian Pearce: Know Your M.P. (1960)
* Brian Pearce: A Dream of Fair Marshalls (1960)
* Brian Pearce: It’s Hard to be Non-Political (1960)
* Peter Hadden: Divide and Rule (1980)
* Peter Hadden: Beyond the Troubles? (1994)
* Peter Hadden: Troubled Times – The National Question in Ireland (1995)
* Peter Hadden: The Struggle for Socialism Today (1999)
* Peter Hadden: Towards Division Not Peace (2002)
* Peter Hadden: The real ideas of James Connolly (2006)
* Peter Hadden: Belfast Airport workers – The long battle for justice (2008)
* Peter Hadden: UNISON union expels socialist activist (2008)
* Peter Hadden: 1969. Toen de Britse troepen Noord-Ierland binnentrokken (1969)
* Peter Hadden: De Wall Street Crash van 2008. Globale kapitalisme in crisis (2008)
* Peter Hadden: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Centraal-Azië: “De dreiging van chaos” (2008)
* Peter Hadden: De echte opvattingen van James Connolly (2006)
* Peter Hadden: Marxisme en het nationale vraagstuk (1995)
* Peter Hadden: Fasen van de Troubles (1995)
* Peter Hadden: Noord-Ierland. Voor arbeiderseenheid en socialisme (1982)
* Peter Hadden: Verdelen om te heersen – een geschiedenis van verdeeldheid (1980)
* Communist Labor Party of the United States of North America (CLP): Jobs, Peace, Equality – The Communist Labor Party (1976)
* I Wor Kuen (IWK): The Puerto Rican Revolutionary Workers Organization and the National Continuations Committee (1977)
* Revolutionära Marxisters Förbund (RMF): Fjärde Internationalen, 4/1974
** Går kapitalismen mot en ny trettiotalskris?
** Världsomfattande kris drabbar bilindustrin
** Ernest Mandel, Krisen i den gemensamma marknaden
** Ernest Mandel, Pengar, kapital, inflation, föreläsning hösten 1973 i Göteborg
** Avtalsrörelsen, dyrtiden och försvaret av levnadsstandarden
** Förbundets läge och höstens uppgifter, teser inför RMF:s 5:e kongress
** Recension: Kina – klasskampen går vidare
* La Vérité des Travailleurs: Stop the Colonialist War! (1954)
* La Vérité des Travailleurs: The 121 (1960)
* Report on Socialist Convention On The War (1917)
* Daniel De Leon: Texte November 1909 – Februar 1910 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1909,November 14 – Horrible Example of 16 to 1 Mental Training
** 1909, November 15 – „Too Poor“
** 1909, November 16 – Sugar and Coal; or „Morality“ on the Stocks
** 1909, November 17 – The „Post“ and the Single Tax
** 1909, November 18 – Anent Spokane
** 1909, November 19 – The Hookworm
** 1909, November 20 – Short Mitchell, and Mitchell Short
** 1909, November 21 – That Brotherhood, or Mutuality
** 1909, November 22 – Don’t Be Too Good Natured
** 1909, November 23 – Solidarity, With Whom?
** 1909, November 24 – The Russian „Boom,“ Rather „Pickle“
** 1909, November 25 – A Question Left Unanswered
** 1909, November 26 – The Mother-Right
** 1909, November 27 – Indignant James J. Hill
** 1909, November 28 – Opportunism in Spain
** 1909, November 29 – Business
** 1909,December 1 – Lyman Abbott’s Scrawny Trinity
** 1909,December 2 – The British Crisis
** 1909,December 3 – What Does Gaynor Say?
** 1909,December 4 – Hobbyists, Both
** 1909,December 5 – „Disemboweling“ Labor
** 1909,December 6 – „Corporations,“ and „Capitalists“
** 1909,December 7 – „Proletarians“ and „Intellectuals“
** 1909,December 8 – Taft’s First Message 1909,December 9 – The ’Frisco SP, for Instance
** 1909,December 10 – Try Again, National Civic Federation!
** 1909,December 11 – Spokane’s Amendment of Knipperdolingism
** 1909,December 12 – Kretlow’s Report
** 1909,December 13 – If, and Why?
** 1909,December 14 – The Arithmetical Policy
** 1909,December 15 – Taft on the Bowery
** 1909,December 16 – The Truth About Nicaragua
** 1909,December 17 – Another Clarionism
** 1909,December 18 – Savings Banks Benevolence
** 1909,December 19 – SLP Men Everywhere
** 1909,December 20 – In Good Company
** 1909,December 21 – Watson on Interest
** 1909,December 22 – Poor Wiggins!
** 1909,December 23 – Latin America Stepping Up
** 1909,December 24 – Eight Links
** 1909,December 25 – Who Can Tell?
** 1909,December 26 – American Fortunes
** 1909,December 27 – A Superfluous Question
** 1909,December 28 – A Sower Went Forth
** 1909,December 29 – At the Table of Dives
** 1909,December 30 – The „Wisconsin Idea“
** 1909,December 31 – Top Capitalism No Scapegoat
** 1910,January 2 – Dr. Cookism, Etc.
** 1910,January 3 – SP Impossibilisms
** 1910,January 4 – „The Philosophy of Failure“
** 1910,January 5 – SP Corruption in Pennsylvania
** 1910,January 6 – Walsh in Hiding
** 1910,January 7 – A Lesson in English to Tom Watson
** 1910,January 7 – James Connolly
** 1910,January 8 – The Tribe of Baranov
** 1910,January 9 – Gompers and the Steel Trust
** 1910,January 10 – Discontent, a Curse
** 1910,January 11 – The Proconsul Looming Up
** 1910,January 12 – The Philanthropic Apple
** 1910,January 13 – Off With „Rats“!
** 1910,January 14 – Congressional Triflers
** 1910,January 15 – A Word From Herve
** 1910,January 16 – Sufficient Unto the Day, Etc.
** 1910,January 17 – Waning Individuality
** 1910,January 18 – SP Impossibilisms
** 1910,January 19 – From Montaigne to Murphy
** 1910,January 20 – A Remarkable Despatch
** 1910,January 21 – American Cheap Labor
** 1910,January 22 – The „Capitalist Press“
** 1910,January 23 – The Meat Riots
** 1910,January 24 – Needed, a Guardian
** 1910,January 25 – The Secret Police
** 1910,January 26 – At the Bier of Ben Hanford
** 1910,January 27 – Endless Chain of Bloodletting
** 1910,January 28 – The Civic Federation on Top
** 1910,January 29 – The Opportunity of Ireland
** 1910,January 30 – Our Today’s Carton
** 1910,January 31 – The Monstrilla Stage Ahead
** 1910,February 1 – What’s the Matter With Congress?
** 1910,February 2 – Watson and Surplus Value
** 1910,February 3 – Blessful „Insistence,“ Harmful „Objection“
** 1910,February 4 – Confirmatory Sidelights
** 1910,February 5 – The Debtor Class in Clover
** 1910,February 6 – The Labor Party
** 1910,February 7 – Training for (Business) Life
** 1910,February 8 – The Hamilton Manifesto
** 1910,February 9 – A Month of Gaynor
** 1910,February 10 – Watson and His Duchess
** 1910,February 11 – Vindicating Simple Simon
** 1910,February 12 – The Case of Ephraim Siff

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Oberschülerkommission (OSK) des Kommunistischen Studentenverbands (KSV): Kommunistische Schülerpresse (KSP)
* Hamburg-Hohenfelde. Die Hausbesetzung in der Ekhofstraße 39 im Jahr 1973 (ergänzt)
* K-Gruppen, DKP und der (Arbeiter-) Sport (Teil II)

La Presse Anarchiste:

* Plus Loin n°6, 15. August 1925
* Plus Loin n°5, 15. Juli 1925
* Déclarations de Georges Etiévant (1924)
* Ermenonville: Déshonorons la guerre (1923)
* Leo Tolstoi: Tu ne tueras point
* Vignols (Léon): Les vols de la Caisse des Invalides de la Marine (1910)

Collectif Smolny:

* Boris Souvarine: Perspectives de travail (1931)
* Paul Mattick: Review of « Karl Marx » by Karl Korsch (1939)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Rapport sur la question de la paix (1918)
* Maximilien Rubel: Avant-propos ( Quel Bilan ?) (1984)

LibCom:

* Paresh Chattopadhyay: The Marxian Concept of Capital and the Soviet Experience. Essay in the Critique of Political Economy (1994)
* Paresh Chattopadhyay: Did the Bolshevik seizure of power inaugurate a Socialist Revolution? A Marxian inquiry (1991)
* Solidaires: Independent trade unionism in Algeria (2007)
* Trotwatch: Carry on recruiting! Why the Socialist Workers Party dumped the ‚downturn‘ in a ‚dash for growth‘ (2003)
* The Red Menace, Februar 1976
* The Red Menace, Sommer 1977
* The Red Menace, Frühjahr 1978
* Colin Everett: Organized Labor in Brazil 1900-1937: From Anarchist Origins to Government Control (1999)
* LeftPress Collective: After the waterfront – the workers are quiet (2007)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Socialist Party of Great Britain: The Irish Question: A Socialist Analysis – A “Wereldsocialisme” Pamphlet (1976)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Natalia de Souza Bastos: Mulheres em armas: memória da militância feminina contra o regime militar brasileiro (2004)
* Movimiento de Liberación Nacional – Tupamaros (MLN-Tupamaros): Esperando al guerrillero (1965)
* Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN): Discurso de Schafick Handal durante la ceremonia de la firma del Acuerdo de Paz (1992)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Pierre Rousset: Veröffentlichungen von Daniel Bensaïd auf Deutsch (2009)
* Daniel Bensaïd: La Révolution sans prendre le pouvoir ? A propos d’un récent livre de John Holloway (2003)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Stratégie et parti — Un cours de formation (2007)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Nouvelles formes de revendications collectives (2001)
* Hugo Ruiz Diaz Balbuena: La dette odieuse ou la nullité de la dette (2002)
* Sadri Khiari/Olfa Tlili: Tunisia: The democratic opposition (2002)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Sinn Fein (SF): Flyer for Monica Ryan – Dublin (197?, ein Flugblatt der „Officials“)
* Socialist Workers Party (SWP): Richard Boyd Barrett ‘Scrap The Bin Tax’ Window Poster – Local Elections Dun Laoghaire (2004)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1936/1961/1986)
* George Novack: Socialism and transformationof productive forces (1973, Auszug aus Humanism and Socialism)

Espace contre ciment:

* Karl Marx: Appel au Proletariat anglais (1856)

Archive.org:

* Das Info -Briefe von Gefangenen aus der RAF 1973-1977
* Boris Reinstein: International May Day and American Labor Day : a holiday expressing working class emancipation versus a holiday exalting labor’s chains (1910)
* International Socialists (US): Class Struggle Unionism (1975)

Kasama:

* Mike Ely: Patrice Lumumba: Rebellion and Murder in the Congo (2001)
* Martin Luther King Jr.: Speaking Against the Vietnam War in New York City (1967)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Lysander Spooner: A Letter to Congressman Thomas F. Bayard: challenging his right — and that of all the other so-called Senators and Representatives in Congress — to exercise any Legislative Power whatever over the People of the United States (1882)

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

* Sy Landy: The Hostage Hustle (1981)

Ofenschlot:

* Johannes Agnoli: Die Maulwurfsarbeit wird untergründig und mühsam bleiben (2000)

Projekt Gutenberg:

* Walter Benjamin: Kritiken und Rezensionen 1912 – 1931
* Walter Benjamin: Kritiken und Rezensionen 1932 – 1940
* Heinrich Heine: Über Deutschland – Dritter Theil: Elementargeister und Dämonen (1834)

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Zur Ermordung von Susana Chávez in Ciudad Juárez

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Januar 2011

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumenierten Statements der PRT ist die Webseite des International Viewpoint:

Not one single more death!

PRT

The murder of Susana Chávez in Ciudad Juárez shows in one single case the seriousness of the situation of violence which Mexico has arrived at, combining feminicide and the criminalization and repression of the social struggle that occurs within the framework of the militarization of the country imposed by Felipe Calderón and his alleged war on drug trafficking.

Feminicide certainly already existed before Calderon came to power by fraud in 2006. It is clear that when there is impunity, when the murder of women is unchecked (including exoneration of convicted murders as in the case of Rubí) the crime is repeated, multiplies and spreads. The most immediate example is the murder of the mother of Rubí, comrade Marisela Escobedo.

But all the same this is already happening beyond Ciudad Juárez. When there is impunity feminicide extends. In Mexico state the number of women killed is growing. Last week the state government, with the support of the Ministry of the Interior and “Women’s Institutes” in several states opposed declaring a “gender emergency” in that entity on the grounds that it was “politicizing” the situation, noting the responsibility of the Governor Peña Nieto, aspiring PRI presidential candidate for the year 2012.

In Colima at the other end of the country human rights and feminist organisations are at the same time denouncing the serious increase in the number of violations and assaults of all types against women. Impunity encourages and conceals feminicide.

But we should also add to the above the explosive combination that has resulted from Felipe Calderón’s coming to power and his criminal policy of militarization of the country in his war on drugs, with violations of all kinds of rights. There is not full agreement on the figures and there is a desire to manipulate them, and there is a dark part concerning, for example, the number of new forced disappearances, hidden under the confusing rubric of “kidnappings” as if all were the work of “organized crime”, rather than police and soldiers who sometimes act in complicity with criminals.

Since the end of 2006 when Calderon declared war, a concept he now hypocritically denies having used, although there is all the evidence of his speeches and even his ridiculous military costume, there have been more than 28,000 homicides. A new and terrifying category has had to be incorporated into the statistics, of 10,000 orphans, the product of Calderón’s war.

More difficult to determine, the figure of the disappeared oscillates between one and two thousand and two thousand people who have been kidnapped and of whom there is no news. Rosario Ibarra demanded the presentation, along with the mothers of the “Eureka” Committee, of more than 500 people who disappeared under PRI governments, especially under the government of Luis Echeverría, who had the characteristic of being linked in one way or another to political struggles or the guerrilla units of those years.

With Calderón this has risen to more than a thousand people but probably the victims now are from a wider social ambit and not necessarily political activists, which slows the process by which their families publicly denounce their disappearance. For 2010 alone, the year of increased violence, they are talking about 15, 273 killings. The concept is important because in a supposed war there are conflicts, battles and in Mexico, these clashes are the least common. There are executions, i.e. murder, without any clash of the two parties. Youths have been killed at fifteenth birthday parties, as have whole families passing military roadblocks, and students coming out of school.

They use these figures to say they are “winning” the war. The more people dead, the greater the triumph in the war. They suggest that all the dead are criminals, which is false (and even if they were it would not justify a policy based simply on killing) and when it is shown that they are slandering innocent people as “thugs” or criminals, they incorporate the explanation that this is “collateral damage” or the “necessary sacrifices” within the framework of this war. This is the outcome of this criminal necropolitics of militarization.

We denounce the falsehood and hypocrisy of this war and the rights-violating reality of militarization which is now also killing defenders of human rights, activists against militarization and feminicide. Thus the killing last year in Ciudad Juarez of Josefina Reyes, an activist from the first wave of the struggle against feminicide. Like many people from Ciudad Juárez who have emigrated to the U.S. or other parts of the country, threatened activists have also had to leave, like comrade Cipriana Jurado, also a fighter from the first wave of struggle against the feminicide.

The other particularly serious case is that of Marisela Escobedo, who denounced the judicial exoneration of Sergio Rafael Barraza, the confessed killer of her daughter Rubi, and who was killed when she protested before the Governmental Palace in Chihuahua. Since her murder, assaults and threats against relatives and friends continue, forcing many of them to emigrate to the United States.

In spite of all this street protests and mobilizations continue in Ciudad Juárez and Chihuahua, thanks to the valour, strength and commitment of activists and defenders of human rights together with the sorrow of the people and families of the victims. All of them deserve our solidarity and support in actions and protests everywhere outside of Chihuahua also, as threats continue such as that which was received in recent days by comrade Jose Hernandez in Ciudad Juárez.

The high degree of violence against women in Mexico has made the country a paradigm for women who have been murdered and whose deaths have not received justice or been accounted for. Chihuahua has become the archetype of the militarization of the country, being one of the hardest hit states during the so called war against drug trafficking, placing Ciudad Juárez at a world level as one of the most violent frontiers. The gravity of the situation has risen with the murders of female defenders of human rights, social strugglers and activists who demand justice for cases of violence against women.

After the murder of Marisela Escobedo that of Susana Chávez is now a paradigmatic case which must not be underestimated. She was an activist and social fighter, a poet, who sought to link art and culture in the fight against feminicide in Ciudad Juarez and creator of the slogan: not one more death!

That is why her murder has generated a great response of indignation and social protest. Now the authorities seek to impugn the memory of Susanna and trivialise her murder. That is the meaning of the official version that aims to explain the murder as the product of a binge in the company of “undesirable” people. It is a new edition of the misogynistic, sexist, “explanation” which aims to make women responsible for their death by „provocation“, lifestyle or form of dress. The current Attorney General, Mr Chávez Chávez, when he was Procurator of Justice in Chihuahua used to chide the mothers of murdered youngsters for allowing them to wear miniskirts.

Nothing justifies the killing of women and women have the right to live, act, behave, dress as they want to without being condemned to live enclosed in their homes, unable to go out to the streets, especially at certain times or directions, or only in the company of their parents or husbands.

We do not want the world of terror and intolerance of the right and values that it now wants to impose with the impunity of the feminicides and the crimes produced by the militarization of the country.

If Susana was murdered for daring to live in freedom this is one example more – against those who close their eyes and do not dare to mention the word feminicide, like the officials of Peña Nieto- that she was murdered for being a woman.

But knowing Susana’s trajectory, what she wrote and thought, the reasons for which she fought, the murder of Marisela, a few weeks earlier, the continued threats against family and friends, threats against other activists, it is obvious that the murder of Susana is an open aggression against the movement and human rights defenders in the person of one of their most clear and responsive comrades.

A PRI deputy from Chihuahua, knowing of the protests of the movement, because the authorities have removed again and again the candles placed in memory of Marisela opposite the Palace of Government, has said that it is a “business” of NGOs that appeal for money in the United States to buy hundreds of candles and that if they wanted to place them they should do so in the Cathedral instead, as it was in the Cathedral where it was necessary to pray for the end of violence. We reject the moral lessons of the right, the PAN and the PRI. No to resignation, no to acceptance of the current situation as a “natural evil” or “collateral damage”. It is not by staying at home to mourn or pray that this will end.

It is by means of struggle, in the street, in mobilization, in organization and political combat, that Mexico will awake from this nightmare of a government which is illegitimate, but also criminal, herald of death, of the necropolitics of the state, responsible for the current situation of violence facing the country, violating laws and rights, offending against life, access to justice, social welfare and human dignity.

The dream of Susana screaming “Not one more death” is possible only through organised struggle.

-The PRT (Revolutionary Workers Party) is a Mexican party that supports the Fourth International

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