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The Weekly Archive Worker: Der Arme Teufel

Posted by entdinglichung - 13. September 2012

Greetings to Poumista, die IKS/ICC erinnert an den koreanischen Linkskommunisten Il Jae Lee (1923-2012), die AWL an Grandizo Munis und die Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung an die Ermordung von Eugen Paschukanis vor 75 Jahren und auf Syndikalismusforschung findet sich eine Übersicht zur Presse der syndikalistischen Arbeiterbewegung in Deutschland von 1918 bis 1933 :

auf der Webseite der Luxemburgischen Nationalbibliothek (hat tip to De Lëtzebuerger Anarchist, der an den 184. Geburtstag von Lev Tolstoi erinnert):

* Der Arme Teufel, 1903-1929 (erschien zunächst mit dem Untertitel Sozialdemokratisches Organ, bzw. Organ der Sozialdemokratischen Arbeiterpartei Luxemburgs, später als (freies) sozialistisch-republikanisches Organ Luxemburgs, viel Antiklerikales)

auf LibCom:

* Neil C. Fernandez: Capitalism and class struggle in the USSR. A Marxist theory (1997)
* Angel Pestaña: Report Submitted to the Confederal Committee of the CNT by Delegate Angel Pestaña regarding his Conduct at the Second Congress of the Third International (1921)
* Freedom: Neither nationalisation nor privatisation 1945-1950: An anarchist approach (1986)
* Edmund Silberner: Anti-Jewish trends in French revolutionary syndicalism (1853)
* Ben Fletcher, IWW organizer (1979)
* Paul Buhle: Anarchism and American labor (1983)
* Felix Guattari/Toni Negri: Communists like us (1985/1990)
* Miguel Amorós: Theoretical anarchism and anarchist ideology (2008)
* The One Big Union of Canada (1920)
* Ben Legare: Futility of Fosterism (192?)

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

* Quatrième internationale, Februar 1937
* La Lutte de classes, 15. Mai 1932
* Revue communiste, Februar 1921
* Clarté, Dezember 1925 (u.a. Artikel von Breton und Serge)

auf Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition:

* Rote Hilfe Deutschlands – Ortsgruppe Duisburg: Nieder mit dem Terror von Polizei & Justiz. Dokumentation zu den ‚Routhier-Prozessen‘
* Bochum: Zeche Holland in Wattenscheid
* Kommunistische Gruppe Essen: Die Zerstörung der Umwelt in Essen
* Essen: Zeche Zollverein, Kokerei Zollverein
* Ehemalige Ortsgruppe Essen der Gruppe Rote Fahne Bochum: Dokumente zur Einheit der Marxisten-Leninisten in der KPD/ML
* Universität Bonn: Vietnamausschuss Math.Nat./Landwirtschaft: Indochina: Naturwissenschaftler im Dienst imperialistischer Aggression
* Bonn: Wahlzeitung der Roten Zellen Januar 1972
* Duisburg: Zum Tod von Günter Routhier (Beitrag ergänzt)
* Bonn: Basisgruppe Volkswirtschaft: Das Zirkelwesen liquidieren – vorwärts zum KSV
* Gesellschaft zur Unterstützung der Volkskämpfe (GUV) Bochum des Kommunistischen Bundes Westdeutschland (KBW): Die Broschüre „Biedenkopf. Reaktion im Namen von Wissenschaft und Fortschritt“
* Marxisten-Leninisten (ML) Duisburg: Aus negativen Beispielen lernen. Der Programm-Entwurf der KPD/ML-Roter Morgen
* Vietnamausschüsse an Uni und PH Bonn: Vietnam aktuell
* Der Bezirksverband Ostwestfalen-Münsterland der Liga gegen den Imperialismus
* Kreis Warendorf (Beitrag überarbeitet)

auf ANNO – AustriaN Newspaper Online:

* Arbeiterinnen Zeitung, 1918-1924

auf archive.org:

* Emma Goldman: Anarchism and other essays (1911)
* Petr Kropotkin: Modern science and anarchism (1903)
* Petr Kropotkin: The conquest of bread (1906)
* James Burnham: How to fight war : isolation, collective security, relentless class struggle (1937)
* The proletarian in politics: the socialist position as defined by C.M. O’Brien, M.L.A., in the Alberta legislature (1910)
* Hans Reichenbach: Relativitätstheorie und Erkenntnis apriori (1920)

auf CEDEMA:

* Trelew, cuarenta años cuarenta documentos
* Fuerzas Populares de Liberación Farabundo Martí (FPL): Comunicado a nuestras bases sobre realización del VII Consejo Revolucionario (1983)
* Fuerzas Argentinas de Liberación „22 de Agosto“ (FAL-22): Chile: Otro crimen de los militares „antiimperialistas y democráticos“ (1973)

auf Collectif Smolny:

* Louis Janover: Les nouveaux convertis (1978)
* Louis Janover: La responsabilité historique (1978)

im Marxists Internet Archive:

* Leo Trotzki: Nos tâches politiques (1904)
* Christian Georgijewitsch Rakowski: The Policy of the Leadership and the Party Regime (1929)
* Labor Action, 1943 (Artikel von Shachtman, CLR James, etc.)
* Labor Action, 1944
* George Breitman: Is Deutscher Objective About Trotsky? (1954)
* George Breitman: An ‘Objective’ Biographer ‘Restores ’ Leon Trotsky (1954)
* George Breitman: A Slick Distortion about Trotsky and Lenin (1954)
* George Breitman: Deutscher Worthless as Guide to Action (1954)
* George Breitman: Trotsky’s Story – Tragedy or Triumph (1954)
* Daniel De Leon: Artikel vom November 1911 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1911, November 1 – China’s Awakening
** 1911, November 2 – A Lesson on Law to Gov. Baldwin
** 1911, November 3 – The Los Angeles Campaign
** 1911, November 4 – Monopoly and Wages
** 1911, November 5 – Three Chapters
** 1911, November 6 – Pointing to Berger in Answer
** 1911, November 7 – Gov. Baldwin Wrong Again
** 1911, November 8 – Progress in the Single Tax
** 1911, November 9 – Gleanings of the 1911 Elections
** 1911, November 10 – “Exchange Value“ of Labor
** 1911, November 11 – Communism With Horses
** 1911, November 12 – Our Clovises and Remigiuses
** 1911, November 13 – The Tobacco Trust Reorganization
** 1911, November 14 – The Martin’s Ferry Fore-Taste
** 1911, November 15 – Seasonable SP Pronouncement
** 1911, November 16 – Holdups and Holdups
** 1911, November 17 – Chloroformic Economics
** 1911, November 18 – China, Boring From Within and Without
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: La campagne des zemstvos et le plan de l‘ « Iskra » (1904)

on Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Alistair Graham: Northern Ireland – The Unsolved Problem: From Civil Rights to Sectarianism (1976)

on Irish Election Literature:

* Poster advertising a Republican Congress protest at a rally addressed by Eoin O’Duffy in the Mansion House (1934)

in der Zinelibrary:

* Auszüge aus dem Buch „Gender und Häuserkampf“ (2011)

auf irishanarchisthistory:

* Dublin Anarchist Collective: Resistance, No. 1-4 (1983)

auf der Webseite der Internationalen Kommunistischen Strömung:

* Die utopistischen Vorläufer des wissenschaftlichen Sozialismus (1927. aus einer KAPD-Zeitung)

auf Theorie als Praxis:

* Für den Kommunismus! (1986)

the bad and ugly:

* Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist): “Down with bourgeois hang-ups” study group (1971)
* Revolutionary Communist League of Britain: Kampuchea Support Campaign Established (1980)

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Farooq Tariq zum Islamismus

Posted by entdinglichung - 13. September 2012

aus einem Interview mit Farooq Tariq auf International Viewpoint, ein Auszug:

Q: Some people on the left who are argue that fundamentalists are also part of the working class because most of them come from the poorer sections of society.

Farooq: I’ve heard this argument several times, claiming they are from the working class. It’s a working class movement, and that we must be for them, we must join them in order to expose the idea of fundamentalism, the class basis of fundamentalism is a reason for the left to go with them and so on. I think these are all wrong notions. The class composition of religious fundamentalism is mainly middle class, upper middle class and it’s not a class-based movement, it’s a religious based movement. They want Muslims to join, they’ don’t want workers to join them. They don’t want any sort of class contradiction within their own ranks. In Pakistan these mistaken ideas are often promoted by some left groups who say that the Pashtun working class has gone to the Taliban and all that, but I think it’s wrong and also in Indonesia. Thinking that because the class nature of the fundamentalist we should have a very different attitude, even be positive a towards them and that we should try to work with them is a mistake; It would mean a complete collaps of the left if the left went along with the fundamentalist groups.

I know the case of Dita Sari very well, we had a debate with her urging her not to to election on the list of an islamic party, even though that party was not a fundamentalist party, just a religious party. There’s a very thin line between religious parties and fundamentalist parties. Because religious parties are the basis for fundamentalist parties, they are the home ground on which fundamentalists can play easily. The rest of the leadership PRD (People’s Democratic Parti-Indonesia) chose the wrong strategy of working with this religious party. I had a debate with Dita Sari in 2007 on this issue but she thought they could enter parliament and do anything they wanted. And I asked; ’what parliament?’ This parliament will not really help your party to grow, it’s only the class struggle, it’s only the struggle on the street, the mass movement, people’s struggle, the struggle against fundamentalism that will pave the way for the success of PRD. And now we see the total collapse of that party, very unfortunate. I had a lot of respect for Dita Sari and her sacrifice, and the whole party was really like a shining example for the parties in Asia who fought against dictatorship, who fought for workers rights. PRD was the example of the kind of party that we wanted to build in Pakistan. When we started the LPP we always had this idea of PRD, who can grow and make sacrifices. And when Soeharto was defeated we hoped this party would grow tremendously, and it happened to some degree, the PRD did grow and attrack a lot of people. But unfortunately wrong choices can mean disaster. It was a crime, of the PRD leadership [3]. But I think even ignoring fundamentalism is also a crime. If you take them lightly, you will pay the price in the future.

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