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Jährliche Übersicht über die Verletzungen von Gewerkschaftsrechten 2012

Posted by entdinglichung - 6. Juni 2012

Der jährliche Report des Internationalen Gewerkschaftsbundes (IGB) zur Verletzung von Gewerkschaftsrechten weltweit, ein auszug aus dem Vorwort:

„Bei der Verteidigung der Gewerkschaftsrechte setzen die Arbeitnehmer/innen zum Teil ihr Leben aufs Spiel. Während des Jahres 2011 kamen mindestens 76 Beschäftigte als direkte Folge ihrer Gewerkschaftsaktivitäten ums Leben, zusätzlich zu denen, die bei der Unterdrückung der Proteste im Zusammenhang mit dem Arabischen Frühling getötet wurden. Allein in Lateinamerika gab es 56 Tote, 29 davon in Kolumbien und weitere zehn in Guatemala – Verbrechen, die zumeist völlig ungestraft bleiben. Mindestens acht Gewerkschafter/innen kamen in Asien ums Leben. Auf den Philippinen wurden bei separaten Anschlägen vier Menschen erschossen, die alle eine führende Rolle bei der Verteidigung der Arbeitnehmerrechte gespielt hatten. In Bangladesch wurde der Vorsitzende einer Bekleidungsarbeitergewerkschaft zwei Jahre, nachdem die Regierung ihn wegen seiner Gewerkschaftsarbeit verprügelt hatte, brutal ermordet, und in Simbabwe starb ein einjähriges Kind, nachdem es die Nacht im Regen am Straßenrand verbracht hatte, weil seine Familie zu den Landarbeitern gehörte, die fristlos entlassen und vertrieben worden waren, weil sie es gewagt hatten, sich gewerkschaftlich zu organisieren.

Einige der Todesfälle gingen auf übermäßige Polizeigewalt zurück. In Südafrika starb ein Kommunalbeschäftigter bei Zusammenstößen mit der Polizei, in Indonesien wurden zwei Beschäftigte getötet, als die Polizei das Feuer auf Streikende eröffnete, und in Bangladesch kam ein Beschäftigter ums Leben, als die Polizei protestierende Chemiearbeiter angriff. Über weitere Fälle, bei denen Polizeigewalt zu Verletzungen und zum Tod führte, wurde in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Indien, Ägypten und Nepal berichtet.

Es wurde vielfach über die Unterbindung von Streiks durch Massenentlassungen, Festnahmen und Inhaftierungen berichtet, u.a. in Georgien, Kenia, Südafrika und Botsuana, wo 2.800 Beschäftigte nach einem Streik im öffentlichen Dienst entlassen wurden. In Indien wurde streikenden Beschäftigten einer Ziegelbrennerei damit gedroht, dass die Eigner sie „töten und ihre Frauen vergewaltigen“ würden, wenn sie nicht an ihren Arbeitsplatz zurückkehrten. In Georgien beendeten ein Gouverneur und Dutzende Polizisten einen legalen Stahlarbeiterstreik, nahmen führende Gewerkschaftsvertreter fest und zwangen die Beschäftigten zur Rückkehr an ihren Arbeitsplatz. Auf Streiks wurde aber noch mit anderen Mitteln reagiert: In Südkorea wurden die Gewerkschaften wiederholt auf riesige Summen Schadenersatz verklagt, während in Australien von Arbeitgeber- und Regierungsseite aus mit Erfolg Gesetze geltend gemacht wurden, um Streikende zur Rückkehr an ihren Arbeitsplatz zu zwingen.“

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Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. August 2010

1.) Die neue Arranca mit dem Thema Wie jetzt? Transformationsstrategien II, bisher online folgende Artikel:

– Redaktion: Editorial: Und vor dir Gespenster
– Für eine linke Strömung: Ich glaub, ich seh Gespenster. Die Linke und wo es sonst noch spukt
– Cornelia Möser/Jette Hausotter: Undoing Capitalism? Reclaim Economy!
– Gruppe Soziale Kämpfe: Right to the City. Die Krise findet Stadt
– ASWAT: Sichtbarkeit zwischen allen Stühlen. Interview zur Situation von palästinensischen Lesben und Transgender in Israel
– Für eine linke Strömung: Back to the lab(our)! Wie weiter mit dem Euromayday in Berlin?

2.) Dem neuesten rassistischen Pamphlet aus dem Hause Ça ira namens Sex, Djihad und Despotie von Thomas Maul widmen sich Rhizom und Ofenschlot

3.) Aus dem Artikel GOP-linked punk rock ministry says executing gays is ‘moral’ von der Webseite Minnesota Independent:

„You Can Run But You Cannot Hide, Inc., a 501(c)3 nonprofit ministry that brings its hard rock gospel into public schools, has been deepening its long-running ties to the Republican Party of Minnesota. Long a cause célèbre for Rep. Michele Bachmann, who has twice lent her name to the group’s fundraising efforts, You Can Run (YCR) had a booth at the GOP convention in April, and the group’s frontman, Bradlee Dean, reports that gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer recently accepted an invitation to visit with him at Dean’s home. But recent controversial statements by Dean — that Muslim countries calling for the execution of gays and lesbians are “more moral than even the American Christians” — have drawn the ire of some both within and outside the party.

“Muslims are calling for the executions of homosexuals in America,” Dean said on YCR’s May 15 radio show on AM 1280 the Patriot. “This just shows you they themselves are upholding the laws that are even in the Bible of the Judeo-Christian God, but they seem to be more moral than even the American Christians do, because these people are livid about enforcing their laws. They know homosexuality is an abomination.”

“If America won’t enforce the laws, God will raise up a foreign enemy to do just that,” Dean continued. “That is what you are seeing in America.”“

4.) Zwei Artikel von Pambazuka:

* Audrey Mbugua: The politics of penises: Myths about transgender people zur Unterdrückung von Transgendered People in Kenia
* Oilwatch Africa: Leave new oil in the soil in Africa

„The desire to capture more oil reserves is driving exploration and development of oil and gas fields in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somaliland, Puntland, Somalia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, Mozambique, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, the Comoros, Seychelles and the coast of Durban in South Africa.

The discovery of oil and gas in commercial quantities often overwhelms the ruling elites in many countries in Africa and in their rush to begin production and access the windfall oil revenue, scant regard is paid to the social and environmental costs of oil extraction. Over the last half a century of oil exploration and development in Africa, aside from the elites, the vast majority of people have been left worse off by the negative impact of oil.“

5.) Das Worker’s Advice Center (WAC/MAAN) hat ein neues Büro in Haifa eröffnet, von hoer einen herzlichen Glückwunsch an die GenossInnen

6.) Weitere Schätze auf archive.org:

– Georg Hüsing: Die einheimischen Quellen zur Geschichte Elams (1916)
– Julius Levy: Studien zu den altassyrischen Texten aus Kappadokien (1922)
– Franz Marius Theodor Böhl: Die Sprache der Amarnabriefe mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Kanaanismen (1909)
– Friedrich Delitzsch: Sumerisch-akkadisch-hettitische Vokabularfragmente (1914)

und zu einem angrenzenden Thema im aktuellen Weekly Worker: Peasant socialism and the persistence of polytheism: Jack Conrad continues his survey of Ancient Israel

7.) Regentied zum Oldenburger Tier des Jahres

8.) Musik:

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Coalition of African Lesbians zur Gewalt gegen sexuelle Minderheiten in Afrika

Posted by entdinglichung - 10. März 2010

Quelle: Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML)

Africa: Responding to Violence against Sexual Minorities

08/03/2010: We need to understand what it means to be heterosexual as well as homosexual, and that our sexualities affect whether we live or die. During this 54th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women on the occasion of the 15+year review of the Beijing Declaration and Platform, the Coalition of African Lesbians (“CAL”) reinforces that: LGBTI rights are human rights, that we are not claiming or asking for “special” or “additional” rights BUT that we call on our African governments to condemn the violence perpetrated against sexual minorities, to refrain from engaging in this violence and to take all measures to ensure the protection of sexual minorities, in particular, lesbian and transgender women subjected to violence.

Incidents

1. On 21 November 2008, the National Assembly of Burundi for the first time in the country’s history passed a law making same-sex acts punishable between 3 months and two years in prison, along with a substantial fine. This is in addition to the enactment of legislation criminalizing same-sex marriage.[2]

2. On September 25, 2009, legislation was introduced in the Ugandan Parliament entitled the ‘‘Anti-Homosexuality Bill, 2009’’ to strengthen and expand existing Anti-Homosexuality laws to prohibit any form of sexual relations between persons of the same sex; if passed into law provides for death sentence for homosexual offenders.

3. On 18 February 2010 in Zambia, the National Constitutional Conference (“NCC”) adopted a clause introduced by the Human Rights Committee of the NCC that expressly prohibits same-sex marriage.[3] In support of this prohibition, the Southern Province minister /Daniel Munkombwe /argued that “even animals did not go for those of the same sex and wondered why human beings could lower themselves to a level below animals if animals went for the opposite sex.”

4. In South Africa in 2006, outside the Johannesburg High Court immediately after his acquittal on the charge of rape, President Jacob Zuma said: “Same-sex marriage is a disgrace to the nation and to God. When I was growing up, unqingili [homosexuals in the Zulu language] could not stand in front of me. I would knock him out”.

5. In July 2008, the Sunday World published an article by John Qwelane accompanied by a cartoon depicting homosexual as animals getting married and equating homosexual sexual orientation to bestiality.[4] In January 2010, the South African government proposed the appointment of John Qwelane as Ambassador to Uganda. The brutal murders of Eudy Simelane and Girly Nkosi have gained national attention. They represent however only a fraction of the physical and sexual violence, the prejudice and the hate that LGBTI people in South Africa are confronted with on a daily basis.

6. In Kenya, a network called “Operation Gays Out” has been initiated to kill human rights defenders and assault people suspected of being gay.

7. In Rwanda, two women en route to a leadership institute organized by the Coalition of African Lesbians were detained at the Kigali International Airport and then held in cells for two and a half weeks without any charges. Their passports are still being held by Rwandan migration officers.

The criminalization of sexual orientation and gender identity has grave consequences for the inability of sexual minorities to access to health and legal services. In South African, HIV programmes do not necessarily respond to same-sex sexuality or address the particular vulnerabilities experienced by sexual minorities. In countries such as Uganda, we have received reports that most medical practitioners refuse to treat people who identify as gay or lesbian because homosexuality is illegal and they consider it a sin. The government of Rwanda directly linked HIV/AIDS to homosexual conduct and has called on citizens to exercise “good morals among Rwandans to help control the HIV prevalence rate”.

The Yogyakarta Principles, adopted in 2007 acknowledge human rights violations based on sexual orientation and gender identity and establish the relevant legal framework for articulating and responding to these rights violations.[5] In our context, and as articulated by the Principles, the above-mentioned incidents, governments failure to protect sexual minorities and most significantly following, governments legislative and other initiatives aimed at criminalizing homosexual identity violate the following rights:

i) The rights to universal enjoyment of human rights, non-discrimination and recognition before the law are violated when laws are introduced which criminalize the adult consensual homosexual conduct;[6]

ii) The fundamental rights to life, freedom from violence and torture, privacy, access to justice and freedom from arbitrary detention as entrenched in the UN Convention on the Prohibition of Torture, Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.[7]

iii) The rights to expression, opinion and association which emphasize the importance of the freedom to express oneself, one’s identity and one’s sexuality, without State interference based on sexual orientation or gender identity, including the rights to participate peaceably in public assemblies and events and otherwise associate in community with others.[8]

iv) On the rights of Human Rights Defenders, principle 27 recognizes the right to defend and promote human rights without discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, and the obligation of States to ensure the protection of human rights defenders working in these areas.

v) In respect of the rights to redress and accountability, principles 28 and 29 affirm the importance of holding rights violators accountable, and ensuring appropriate redress for those who face rights violations.

Regards,

Fikile Vilakazi

Director of Secretariat
Coalition of African Lesbians [CAL]
Tel: +27 11 918 2182/5507
E-mail: director@cal.org.za
URL: www.cal.org.za
Unit 5 Oaklane Office Park, Grippen Road
Boksburg, 1459, South Africa
P O Box 26764, Boksburg
1462, South Africa

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Studie zur Einflussnahme der US-amerikanischen religiösen Rechten in Afrika: „Globalizing the Culture Wars: U.S. Conservatives, African Churches, and Homophobia“

Posted by entdinglichung - 20. November 2009

Globalizing the Culture Wars: U.S. Conservatives, African Churches, and Homophobia (als pdf-Datei hier), eine neue lesenswerte Studie von Kapya Kaoma, herausgegeben vom Political Research Associates (PRA) zur homophoben Einflussnahme der Religious Right in Afrika, v.a. in Uganda, Nigeria und Kenia:

„As Kaoma argues, the U.S. Right – once isolated in Africa for supporting pro-apartheid, White supremacist regimes – has successfully reinvented itself as the mainstream of U.S. evangelicalism. Through their extensive communications networks in Africa, social welfare projects, Bible schools, and educational materials, U.S. religious conservatives warn of the dangers of homosexuals and present themselves as the true representatives of U.S. evangelicalism, so helping to marginalize Africans’ relationships with mainline Protestant churches.“

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Hexenjagd 2009

Posted by entdinglichung - 10. August 2009

Angehörige der Liberty Foundation Gospel Ministries, einer fundamentalistischen Pfingstkirche, welche im Südwesten Nigerias derzeit blutige Hexenjagden veranstaltet, haben Ende Juli in Calabar eine Konferenz der Kinderhilfsorganisation Stepping Stones Nigeria und des Nigerian Humanist Movement, welche sich gegen die Machenschaften dieser und anderer fundamentalistischer Gruppen richtet, überfallen. Die in einigen Staaten Afrikas (so auch in Kenia) derzeit grassierenden Hexenjagden sind dabei kein genuin afrikanisches Phänomen sondern aus einer Verbindung von traditionellen Vorstellungen von Magie und Schadenszauber mit einer aus den USA und Europa durch evangelikale und pfingstlerische Missionare eingeführten Theologie, welche „Hexerei“ als Ausgeburt des Teufels und somit als Manifestation des absolut Bösen ansieht und bekämpft (so warnt die Partei Bibeltreuer Christen daher vor Harry Potter-Romanen, Sarah Palin liess sich in den vergangenen Wahlkampagnen vor Hexerei „beschützen“), hervorgegangenes Krisenphänomen. Nachfolgend dokumentiert ein Auszug aus einem Statement der British Humanist Association:

„Leo Igwe, a friend of the British Humanist Association and Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Humanist Movement, was attacked yesterday during a raid by 150 to 200 members of a Christian church at a conference he had organised on „Child Rights and Witchcraft“ in Calabar.

Helen Ukpabio and her church, the Liberty Foundation Gospel Ministries, have run a campaign of terror against children and those committed to fighting for their rights, of which yesterday’s raid was only the latest development. The conference had been organised by the Nigerian Humanist Movement and the UK charity Stepping Stones Nigeria in response to the widespread abandonment, torture and killing of children in Akwa Ibom and Cross River State due to the belief in child „witches“.

As the anti-witchcraft conference began at around 10.30am, the religious protesters dressed in orange raided the venue and began protesting loudly. The extremists were carrying a number of banners with slogans such as, „This protest is organised by The Akwa Ibom State Government“, „We give freedom to the witches“ and „Stepping Stone is not a registered organisation“.

Among the other delegates attacked, Leo Igwe had his glasses smashed and his bag, phone and camera stolen by the mob, who were alternately singing and aggressively disrupting the conference. After an hour and a half, the police turned up and dispersed the mob. One person was arrested.

Speaking after the event Leo said: „The conference was a peaceful meeting for people to openly debate what could be done to prevent the abuse of child rights linked to the belief in witchcraft. This attack by Helen Ukpabio’s supporters once again highlights the depravity of this so-called „woman of God“. Such false prophets should be immediately arrested and prosecuted under the child rights act“.

Despite the raid the conference, which was well attended by representatives of the Cross River State Government, UNICEF, NAPTIP and a wide range of traditional rulers, students and NGOs, still went ahead successfully.

The issue of child witchcraft has attracted a great deal of media attention since the broadcast of the documentary, Saving Africa’s Witch Children. The documentary, which won the prestigious BAFTA and Amnesty Film awards highlights the role that Helen Ukpabio has played in spreading the belief in child „witches“ in South-Eastern Nigeria. Teachings such as the one offered by Helen Ukpabio in her book, Unveiling the Mysteries of Witchcraft, which states that, „a child under two years of age that cries at night and deteriorates in health is an agent of Satan“, have caused wide spread international outrage and condemnation of her practices.“

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Neues aus den Archiven der radikalen Linken – eine Auswahl

Posted by entdinglichung - 13. März 2009

Ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika„.

Europe solidaire sans frontières (ESSF):

* Vickramabahu „Bahu“ Karunarathne: Nationalism in Lanka (1983)

Fundación Andreu Nin:

* Julián Gorkin: Mi ruptura con Moscú (1975)

Austrian Newspapers Online (ANNO):

* Frauentag 1931
* Frauentag 1932


Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Eine Reihe von Artikeln aus der britischen Zeitschrift Fight – For the Fourth International von 1937 zur kolonialen Frage:
** The Colonial Question: Kenya
** Strikes in Africa
** The Indian Elections
** The A.E.U.
** The Colonial Question: Imperialism in South Africa
* The Colonial Question: Congress and the Indian Masses (1937)
* Artikel aus dem Socialist Appeal, Juni/Juli 1935
** Notes of the Month
** Max Delson: The New York Old Guard Answers The National Executive Committee
** Rudolph C. Olson: Convention Of Socialist Party Of Illinois Clarifies Issues
** Ernest Erber: The Significance Of The Struggle Between The Yipsels And The Old Guard In New York
** Albert Goldman: Harry Lang And Criticism Of The Soviet Union
* Artikel aus dem Socialist Appeal, August/September 1935
** Notes of the Month
** Haim Kantorovitch: Notes On The “Peace Agreement” Between The N.E.C. And The New York State Committee
** Melos Most: Militancy Comes of Age in the YPSL
** Albert Goldman: The Workers? Amendment As An Immediate Demand
** Ernest Erber: The YIPSEL Convention
* Artikel aus der New International, Februar 1941
** The Editor’s Comments
** Dwight Macdonald: What Is the Fascist State?
** Milton Alvin: Russia – A Workers‘ State
* Roque Dalton: El Salvador será
* Roque Dalton: Tercer poema de amor
* Roque Dalton: Para un mejor amor
* Roque Dalton: Sobre nuestra moral poetica
* Roque Dalton: Los culpables
* Salvador Cayetano Carpio: El partido marxista leninista del proletariado (1982)
* Salvador Cayetano Carpio: Discurso en ocasión del XIII aniversario de las FPL – Farabundo Martí (1983)
* Salvador Cayetano Carpio: Palabras al heroico pueblo de El Salvador, a mi querida clase obrera y a la gloriosa FPL–Farabundo Martí (1983)
* Rutilio Grande García: Sermón de Apopa (1977)
* Ted Grant: Fascism menacing Germany? (1960)
* Ted Grant: Defend Labour’s Socialist Programme (1960)
* Ted Grant: Leon Trotsky (1944)
* Benny Levy: Blank Page (1977)
* Pietro Secchia: Women Partisans (1958)
* Alexandra Kollontai: Il giorno della donna (1913)
* Alexandra Kollontai: Il comunismo e la famiglia (1921)
* Alexandra Kollontai: La dittatura del proletariato: il cambiamento rivoluzionario della vita quotidiana (1921)
* Daniel de Leon: Artikel aus The Daily People vom April 1906 (pdf-Dateien)
** 1906, April 1 – A Brace of Specimens, Even “Neater”
** 1906, April 2 – Hook Mountain, and Others
** 1906, April 3 – No Flagging!
** 1906, April 4 – “Even-Handed” Justice
** 1906, April 5 – “All Right” and “All Wrong”
** 1906, April 6 – Why Not!
** 1906, April 7 – Nothing but “Alleged”
** 1906, April 8 – Christian Endeavor?—Devil’s Endeavor!
** 1906, April 9 – Compulsory Temperance
** 1906, April 10 – Bad for McParland
** 1906, April 11 – The Liberal “Surrender”
** 1906, April 12 – Twiddledum-Twiddledee
** 1906, April 13 – Woe to the Skeptic! **
** 1906, April 14 – Knipperdolings With Guile
** 1906, April 15 – Squirming Like a Criminal
** 1906, April 18 – “Bunching Hits”
** 1906, April 19 – Put Him Under Oath!
** 1906, April 22 – Lieutenant McClelland’s Pace-Setter
** 1906, April 23 – Integralization
** 1906, April 24 – To-Helling the Constitution
** 1906, April 25 – Taft’s Unfelicitous Words **
** 1906, April 26 – A Voice From San Francisco
** 1906, April 27 – Gorky’s Hit
* Murray Bookchin: Anarchisme in het tijdperk na de schaarste (1971)
* Ludwig Feuerbach: § 2 Het wezen van religie in het algemeen (1841)
* Ernest Mandel: De rol van het individu in de geschiedenis, het voorbeeld van Wereldoorlog Twee (1985)
* Pierre Bourdieu: De zich realiserende utopie van de onbeperkte uitbuiting (1998)
* Pierre Bourdieu: Voor een links van links (1998)
* Georgi Dimitrov: The European War and the Labour Movement in the Balkans (1924)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Ngo Van: Chez Jeumont Schneider: Impressions de mai (1968)
* Charles Vérecque: Fin de l’Etat (1909)
* Julius Martov: Marx et le problème de la dictature du prolétariat (1918)
* Socialist Party of Great Britain (SPGB): “World Revolution”: un autre groupe confus (1980)

LibCom:

* 1990: Accounts of the poll tax riot
* Gregor Jamroski: Reservoir of poses (1990)
* March 2003: Schoolkids against the Iraqi War

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Schülerbewegung in der BRD (Linkliste)
* Das „Kollektiv Westberliner Filmarbeiter“

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN): 13 de marzo: Una hazaña en la historia de América (1977)
* Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN): El ajusticiamiento del general Pérez (1978)
* Fidel Castro: Manifiesto al pueblo de Cuba (1952)
* Directorio Revolucionario 13 de Marzo: Asalto a Radio Reloj (1957)

Collectif Smolny:

* BILAN: Antonio Gramsci – Camillo Berneri (1937)
* BILAN: Antonio Gramsci (1937)
* LOMOV A. , Gueorgui Ippolitovitch OPPOKOV, dit ( 1888 – 1938 )
* Étincelles de la Gauche marxiste russe : 1881-1923 (1)

Links – International Journal of Socialist Renewal:

* Kathy Fairfax: Comrades in arms: Women in the Russian Revolution (1999)

Irish Left Archive auf The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Communist Party of Ireland (Marxist-Leninist): Public Lecture by Comrade Hardial Bains: On the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Internationalists in Ireland (1990)

Círculo Internacional de Comunistas Antibolcheviques (CICA):

* Grupo de Comunistas de Conselhos de Galiza: Hacia un renacimiento de la autonomía proletaria (2005, zip-Datei)
* Lucha y teoría: Por una línea política de clase hoy (1976, zip-datei)
* VVAA: La autonomía frente a sus límites. 7 textos originales de los 70. (1970er, zip-Datei)
* Felipe Aguado: Autonomía Obrera: una alternativa revolucionaria (1978, zip-Datei)
* Volin: La revolución desconocida (1917-1921) (1947, zip-Datei)
* Cornelius Castoriadis: El papel de la ideología bolchevique en la aparición de la burocracia (1964, zip-Datei)
* Daniel Guérin: Lenin o el socialismo desde arriba (1957, zip-Datei)
* Maurício Abdalla: El principio de cooperación (2002, zip-Datei)
* Maurício Abdalla: La crisis latente del darwinismo (2005, zip-Date)

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