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Archive for September 2012

Zum Fall Richard Aoki

Posted by entdinglichung - 30. September 2012

zur Entlarvung von Richard Aoki (1938-2009) als FBI-Informant, gefunden auf der Webseite der Freedom Road Socialist Organization/Organización Socialista del Camino para la Libertad (FRSO/OSCL): Richard Aoki and Lessons for the Movement, ein Auszug:

„The recent releases of information about Richard Aoki have generated quite a stir. For those who haven’t been following and aren’t familiar, Aoki was a well-known Japanese-American radical starting in the 1960s and ’70s who played a key role in the Black Panther Party in the San Francisco Bay Area and who died in 2009. Unexpectedly, on August 20th the journalist Seth Rosenfeld with the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) announced, in conjunction with a book that he was about to publish on the FBI’s historical attacks on student radicals, that FBI documents identify Richard Aoki as an FBI informant.

The allegations raised a furor on the Left. At the center of the debate was the question of whether the evidence presented by Rosenfeld could be trusted or whether it was misinterpreted and/or manufactured. This debate was fired by the fragmentary nature of the evidence released at that point. Based on that initial evidence, it was broadly felt in the movement that Rosenfeld hadn’t proved his claims.

Subsequently, on September 7, Rosenfeld and CIR released a flood of over 200 pages of further documents from the FBI informant file in question that appear to solidify the most basic claim that Aoki was an FBI informant. There remain unanswered questions and contradictions from these files, illustrating the kind of sloppiness typical of FBI work in general.

To sum up the history, Aoki become an informant by at least 1961 after he had gotten in trouble with the law at a young age. He informed first on the Communist Party and the Socialist Workers Party, and then most importantly on the Black Panther Party. However, there is evidence that as Aoki involved himself more deeply in the movement and became radicalized, the FBI found his reliability as an informant to be increasingly questionable. Ultimately by the early 1970s his role apparently ceased. Various people have speculated that in the latter years of this relationship Aoki may have started acting as a double agent, providing information to the movement about the FBI at the same time he was providing information to the FBI. Aoki became an educator at UC Berkeley and Merritt College and continued for decades raising the political consciousness of subsequent generations of Asian American youth.

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Musik zum Sonntag: Au Pairs – live in Düsseldorf, 1981

Posted by entdinglichung - 30. September 2012

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Zum Konflikt Japan-China

Posted by entdinglichung - 29. September 2012

gefunden auf ESSF, dort auch Japanese Citizens’ Appeal: Stop the Vicious Cycle of Territorial Disputes:

A peace activists’ statement to stop chauvinist-nationalist offensive in Japan

Japanese civic movements held a press conference and released a statement on territorial conflicts between Japan, China, and Korea on Friday, September 28 [1].

This statement was initiated by a small number of activists of peace movement, intelligentsia, media people, and lawyers. In times of political and social-economic crisis, very dangerous anti China, anti-Korea chauvinist sentiments are growing in Japan, favored by the problem of territorial conflicts over several islands.

All the institutional political parties of Japan, including Japanese Communist Party, support the government’s claims on issues of Japanese sovereignty over these islands. Numbers of people who signed the statement are about 1500, mainly independent peace activists

The aim of this statement is to stop chauvinist-nationalist offensive against China and Korea and to find a solution through joint effort of people’s movements throughout East Asia region. Political contents of the statement are modest, but it deserves to be supported and broaden to fight back nationalist-chauvinist offensive.

Kenji Kunitomi, JRCL

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Dramatische Lesung eines fundamentalistischen Comics zum Thema Rockmusik

Posted by entdinglichung - 29. September 2012

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Repression gegen 69 GewerkschafterInnen in der Türkei

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. September 2012

Quelle: LabourStart

Turkey: 69 trade union leaders to be tried for ‚terrorism‘

On 4 October, 69 leaders from Turkey’s public sector union KESK, will stand trial on terrorism charges for merely engaging in trade union work. This is part of a clear strategy from the authorities to bring the union to its knees. While judicial harassment of unions, and in particular of KESK and its affiliates, has become endemic in Turkey over the past year or so, the court case against KESK has been dragging on for years. The evidence held against those who stand trial is at best flimsy: participation in trade union events and activities (of which photos and videos are being kept on file as „proof“), attending demonstrations or press conferences, participating in strikes, printouts of anonymous reports, illegally tapped phone calls that merely concern trade union-related issues etc.. Of all 69 leaders of KESK who stand trial on 4 October, none has ever been involved in any action related to or resulting in any violence whatsoever. The ITUC, ETUC, EI, EPSU and others in the international labour movement are very concerned that they will be sent to prison as terrorists merely because they stand up for the rights of Turkish public sector workers, including those belonging to minority groups.

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Göttliches in der Jungle World

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. September 2012

endlich einmal wieder eine spannende Diskussion in der Jungle World: Die geilsten Götter

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Zur Anti-AKW-Bewegung im Iran:

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. September 2012

gefunden bei Ali Schirasi:

„Die iranische Bevölkerung ist immer weniger von der Atomenergienutzung im Iran – egal ob zivil oder militärisch – überzeugt. Der Iran verfügt ausreichende Vorkommen von Sonne, Öl und Gas um seinen Bedarf zu decken. Eine Fernsehumfrage im letzten Monat beim staatlichen TV-Sender Sedar & Sima hatte eine Mehrheit von 63% gegen die Atomenergie im Iran ergeben. 35% waren für die Atomenergie nur für den Zweck der Stromproduktion und für medizinische Zwecke. Die Sendungsmacher wurden in den darauf folgenden Tagen festgenommen und die Statistik verschwand wieder in der Versenkung.“

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The Weekly Archive Worker – Outrage: An Anarchist Memoir of the Penal Colony

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. September 2012

eine Dissertation von Andrew Cornell: “For a World Without Oppressors:” U.S. Anarchism from the Palmer Raids to the Sixties, Nachrufe auf Santiago Carillo, Hector Abhayavardhana und Lou Kenton … und Düsseldorfer AnarchosyndikalistInnen planen eine Radtour zur Märzrevolution 1920

in der Zine Library:

* Clément Duval: Outrage: An Anarchist Memoir of the Penal Colony (1912)
* Aktion: Interview mit der Hafenstraße (1987)
* James Williams: Lyotard & the Political (2000)

im Marxists Internet Archive:

* Artikel aus The Militant, 1930:
** Kurt Landau: The Struggle Against Unemployment in Europe
** Kurt Landau: The Political Situation in Germany and the Crisis in the Communist Party
** Kurt Landau: The Elections to the Factory Councils in Germany
** Martin Abern: Relieve Unemployment – Demand Large-Scale Credits to Soviet Union
** Martin Abern: Five Communists Framed – Unite Working Class Forces for May Day Demonstrations
** Arne Swabeck: The A.F. of L. in the South
** Martin Abern: The Situation Among the Coal Miners
** Carl Curtiss: “Services No Longer Required”
** Leo Trotzki: The 5 Year Plan and World Unemployment
** Frank Glass: The Labor Movement in South Africa
** Frank Glass: The Durban “Raid” in South Africa
** Max Shachtman: Sellier is Right – Lovestone Wrong
** Max Shachtman: The Autobiography of Leon Trotsky
** Maurice Spector: A New Stage of the International Communist Opposition
** Albert Glotzer: The Events in India
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu Chettiar, Madras (1922)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu Chettiar (1922)
* M.N. Roy: To the All India National Congress, Gaya, India (1922)
* M.N. Roy: A Programme for the Indian National Congress (1922)
* M.N. Roy: Manifesto to the Delegates of the XXXVI Indian National Congress (1923)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to the Hindustan Press, Bombay (1922)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu Chettiar (1923)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Ramsay Macdonald (1924)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Velayudham (1925)
* M.N. Roy: Letter to Singaravelu (1925)
* Boris Souvarine: Le Parti Communiste Français à la veille du Congrès de Marseille (1921)
* Amédée Dunois: Sur la centralisation (1921)
* Victor Serge: La Confession de Bakounine (1919)
* In Struggle!: Behind the “Islamic revolution” lies the counter revolution (1979)
* In Struggle!: To unite the international communist movement (1980)
* Max Elbaum: What Maoism Actually Stood For (2004)
* Guardian: RCP: Hit for antigay-rights line (1976)
* Ben P.: How To Think About The Soviet Union (1982)
* Nadine M. and Wilma C.: Sum-Up of a Strike in a Municipal Hospital: Getting Out From Between a Rock and a Hard Place (1982)
* Revolutionary Workers Headquarters: A Response [to the Sum-Up of a Strike in a Municipal Hospital] (1982)
* Revolutionary Workers Headquarters: Realignment, Reagan and Our Tasks (1981)
* Kommunistiska Arbetarförbundet: Fjärde Internationalen, 1/79
** Inge Hinnemo: Tekokrisen – vad den är och hur den kan bekämpas
** För Europas socialistiska förenta stater, FI:s plattform inför EG-valen
** Ernest Mandel: Fjärde Internationalen 40 år
** John Ross: Krisen för yttersta vänstern i Europa
** David Frankel: Kampen för en konstituerande församling i Iran
** Eurokommunismen – ett nytt stadium i stalinismens kris, resolution från FI:s sekretariat
** Göte Kildén/Gert-Inge Johnsson: Den europeiska revolutionen är nödvändig – och möjlig!
* Friedrich Engels: Lettre à Karl Kautsky (1881)
* Friedrich Engels: Principles of Communism (1847, in Pashto, pdf-Datei)
* Leo Trotzki: The ABC of Materialist Dialectics (1939, in Pashto, pdf-Datei)
* Leo Trotzki: Don’t spread yourself too thin (1923, in Pashto, pdf-Datei)
* Leo Trotzki: Why Marxists Oppose Individual Terrorism (1909, in Sindhi, pdf-Datei)
* Bhagat Singh: To Young Political Workers (1931, in Sindhi, pdf-Datei)

auf Association R.a.D.A.R.:

* Internationale syndicale rouge, 10. September 1921
* La Lutte de classes, Januar/Februar 1933
* Clarté, 1. Februar 1922
* Revue communiste, März 1921

auf archive.org:

* Joseph Dietzgen: Some of the philosophical essays on socialism and science, religion, ethics, critique-of-reason, and the world-at-large (1906)
* Joseph Dietzgen: Some of the philosophical essays on socialism and science, religion, ethics, critique-of-reason, and the world-at-large (1917)
* Joseph Dietzgen: The positive outcome of philosophy (1906)

auf Collectif Smolny:

* Lutte de Classe: Italie – situation de classe et agitation politique (1972)


* Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores Centroamericanistas de Honduras – Fuerzas Armadas del Pueblo: ¡Viva el comandante Chema Reyes, la guerrilla patriótica vencerá! (1983)
* Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Amaru (MRTA): Comunicado sobre la huelga de hambre de dirigentes del MRTA recluidos en la Base Naval de Callao (1999)

auf La Presse Anarchiste:

* La Voix du travail, November/Dezember 1925 (Artikel zu Sacco & Vanzetti und von Besnard, Schapiro, etc.)
* Révision, April 1938
* L’Unique, Dezember 1946
* L’en-dehors, November 1930

im Bastard Archive:

* Larry Gambone: Saint Che (1997)

auf Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Kieran Allen: Citizenship and Racism: The Case against McDowell’s Referendum (2004)

auf LibCom:

* United Workers Party of America: What Next For The American Workers? (1934)
* United Workers Party of America: World Wide Fascism or World Revolution? Manifesto and Program of the United Workers Party of America (1934)
* United Workers Party of America: Bolshevism or Communism: On The Question of a New Communist Party and the „Fourth“ International (1934)
* La gauche allemande: Textes du KAPD, de L’AAUD, de L’AAUE et de la KAI (1920-1922)
* Freedom: Mr. Benn’s wage slavery (1974)
* Kermit Johnson: We’ll let you know when to come back (?)
* Ronda Hauben: Lest we forget: in tribute to the pioneers of the great Flint sit down strike (1987)

auf Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition:

* Arbeiterbund für den Wiederaufbau der KPD: Programmentwurf und Statut
* Soldaten- und Reservistenkomitee (SRK) München / Oberbayern: Volksmiliz – Dienstausgleich für alle Zusatzdienste! Lohnfortzahlung in der Armee! Keine Entlassung der Stabsärzte Eberle und Jüde aus der Armee! Die Zustände in der Karfreit-Kaserne in Brannenburg sind untragbar
* Kommunistischer Bund Westdeutschland – Bezirksleitung München-Oberbayern: Die ‚Sendlinger Mordweihnacht‘ oder: Die Bauernaufstände in Bayern 1705/1706 – Der Untergang des Feudalismus kündigt sich an
* Kommunistische Hochschulgruppe (KHG) München: Die soziale Lage der Studenten erfordert Kampf!
* Rote Zellen (AK-Fraktion) München: Beiträge zur Kritik der bürgerlichen Wissenschaft
* Arbeiter-Basis-Gruppen für den Wiederaufbau der Kommunistischen Partei: 1. Mai. Internationaler Kampftag der Arbeiterklasse 1972
* Göttingen: Die ‚Rote Tribüne‘ der Zelle Sowi des (Initiativkomitee für den Aufbau des) Kommunistischen Hochschulbundes Göttingen (IK/KHB bzw. KHB)
* Göttingen: Die ‚Rote Tribüne‘ der Zellen Germanistik und Anglistik des Initiativkomitee für den Aufbau des Kommunistischen Hochschulbundes (IK/KHB) Göttingen
* AEG Schwedenstraße (Beitrag ergänzt)

im Anti-Fascist Archive:

* Spurs Against the Nazis (199?)

auf Workers‘ Liberty:

* Max Shachtman: Should Labor have supported Dean Alfange in the Elections? (1942, Auszug)

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Filmberichte zu den Generalstreiks in Griechenland und in Euskadi & Nafarroa

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. September 2012

gefunden auf Solidarité Ouvrière:

* Vidéos : Grève générale et affrontements devant le parlement en Grèce

* Vidéos : Grève générale au Pays Basque et en Navarre

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Liveberichterstattung zum heutigen Generalstreik in Griechenland (ergänzt)

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. September 2012

auf From the Greek Streets findet sich ein Liveticker und eine Artikelsammlung, weitere Liveticker auf der Webseite des Guardian und bei Keep Talking Greece

Berichte zum gestrigen versuchten Parlamentsbesetzung in Madrid auf Solidarité Ouvrière (1, 2) und auf LibCom sowie auf der Webseite der SAT (1, 2):

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Freiheit für Adeleh Cheraghi!

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. September 2012

Quelle: iran labor report

Alireza Asgari Released, His Wife Arrested

According to the reports by Coordinating Committee to Help Form Workers’ Organizations in Iran, Alireza Asgari, the sole labor activist remaining in jail following the raid on the sixth convention of the Coordinating Committee was released on September 19.

Asgari was released following the rule by the Appeals Court of the Karaj Revolutionary Court in which his sentence was commuted to one year with flogging, delayed for three years. He has to report every month to the security authorities.

Asgari has been suffering from acute and chronic bowel disease, severe pelvic and lower back vertebrae injury , heart disease and anemia as well as skin rashes, all results of his incarceration.

Separately, Coordinating Committee has reported that Adeleh Cheraghi, Alireza Asgari’s wife has been arrested on September 25. Cheraghi, while not being associated with the Coordinating Committee, was present at the location of the sixth convention and subsequently arrested and released.

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Ernst Bloch im Gespräch (1961)

Posted by entdinglichung - 25. September 2012

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Repression gegen GewerkschafterInnen in Alexandria/Ägypten

Posted by entdinglichung - 25. September 2012

gefunden dank LabourStart auf Al Ahram:

„Alexandria’s Court of Misdemeanours has sentenced five workers from the Alexandria Container & Cargo Handling Company to three years in jail each for inciting a labour strike, the Egyptian Democratic Labour Congress – comprised of over 271 independent labour unions – reported on Monday.

In March, dock workers staged a strike to demand the removal of the company’s board of directors, members of which they accused of corruption. Striking workers also demanded that the docks on which they worked be returned to the custodianship of the state after having been leased to Chinese and other foreign port-services companies.

The chairman of the company’s board of directors, for his part, had earlier filed a lawsuit against the striking workers, in which he accused them – and the independent union’s administrative board – of inciting workers to strike, wasting public funds and disrupting work.

A lawyer for the workers, meanwhile, had requested that prosecutors commission an engineering committee from Alexandria University to examine – and verify, if it could – the alleged damages cited in the lawsuit, insisting that the company had falsely accused workers of sabotage.

The accused workers – Ahmed Sadek, Yousri Maaruf, Ashraf Ibrahim, Mohamed Abdel Moneim and Essam El-Din Mohamed Mabrouk – were all sentenced by the court in abstentia.“

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Vor 20 Jahren: Mykonos-Morde in Berlin

Posted by entdinglichung - 24. September 2012

vor 20 Jahren, am 17. Dezember 1992 ermordeten Agenten des iranischen Geheimdienstes im Berliner Restaurant Mykonos vier leitende Mitglieder der Demokratischen Partei Kurdistans (DPK-I), Sadegh Scharafkandi, Fattah Abdoli, Homayoun Ardalan und Nouri Dehkordi, nachfolgend dokumentiert ein Artikel von der Webseite von Workers‘ Liberty:

Iran: On the twentieth anniversary of the Mykonos restaurant assassinations

This article, by Morad Shirin of the Iranian Revolutionary Marxists‘ Tendency, was published on the Marxist Revival website. For more on Marxist Revival, see here.

Twenty years ago, on September 17 1992, three Kurdish opposition leaders and another activist were assassinated by the Iranian regime. These assassinations in Berlin were part of the regime’s campaign of eliminating opposition leaders – even those exiled in Europe. Although a number of people were jailed for this act of state-sponsored terrorism, the real architects of the plan are still part of the ruling elite in Iran.

On the evening of September 17, at 10:47 p.m., two masked men burst into the back room of Mykonos restaurant and began shooting at the four Kurdish exiles around the table. Three of them died where they fell: Dr Sadegh Sharafkandi, the Secretary General of the Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan (PDKI), Fattah Abdoli and Homayoun Ardalan – both PDKI Central Committee members. In addition to these leaders, Nouri Dehkordi, a Kurdish political activist serving as their translator, was struck by seven bullets and later died in hospital.

Following a four-year trial a German court found Kazem Darabi, an Iranian national who had ties with the regime’s embassy in Berlin, and Lebanese citizen Abbas Rhayel, guilty of murder and sentenced them to life in prison. Two other Lebanese nationals, Youssef Amin and Mohamed Atris, were convicted of being accessories to murder.

Above all, in its April 10 1997 ruling, the court implicated leader Seyyed Ali Khamenei and ‚president‘ Ali-Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. It also issued an international arrest warrant for the Iranian regime’s intelligence minister, Ali Fallahian.

The court’s unequivocal declaration that the regime’s elite had ordered this assassination followed evidence given at the trial by Farhad Abdulghasem Mesbahi. Mesbahi, the former head of the regime’s intelligence station in Paris, gave first-hand evidence of how the Mykonos assassinations were planned and executed. He provided details about the Committee for Special Operations which is „… a small group made up of the supreme leader, the president, the foreign minister, the minister of intelligence, and the chief of the Revolutionary Guards.“ That means Khamenei, Rafsanjani, Ali-Akbar Velayati, Fallahian and Mohsen Rezai.

The Mykonos assassinations were part of a campaign that included the murder of Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou, PDKI’s Secretary General from 1973, in Vienna in July 13 1989. And a month later, on August 26 1989, Bahman Javadi (better known as Gholam Keshavarz) was assassinated in Cyprus in front of his wife, mother and brother. He was a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Iran.

Soon after the war with Iraq ended, starting in July 1988, the regime massacred tens of thousands of political prisoners. It assassinated many oppositionists in Iran as part of what became known as the „chain murders“. It also carried out a number of terrorists atrocities like the bombing of AMIA, the Jewish centre in Buenos Aires in 1994.

Twenty years on, and despite their subsequent faction fights, the people implicated at Mykonos trial are still all important figures within the regime. The embassies of the Iranian regime are still continuing their surveillance and spying activities against exiled political activists of the opposition.

Morad Shirin
18 September 2012

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„En Speukels geiht üm in Europa – dat Speukels mit Naam Kommunismus“

Posted by entdinglichung - 24. September 2012

endlich in niederdeutscher Sprache: De Kommunistische Partei ehr Manifest, auf zur Landagitation!

„Schüllt doch de herrschen Klassen vör en kommunistische Revolutjoon bävern. De Proletariers hebbt in ehr nix to verleren as jümehr Käden. Se hebbt en Welt to winnen. Proletariers vun all Länner, verenigt joo!“

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