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Viewpoint zu Verschwörungstheorien/-ideologien in Pakistan

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Februar 2012

Die aktuelle Ausgabe des linken wöchentlichen Online-Magazins Viewpoint widmet sich diese Woche schwerpunktmässig den in Pakistan grassierenden Verschwörungstheorien:

Posted in Antifa, Antisemitismus, Indien, Nationalismus, Pakistan, Religion, Verschwörungstheorien | Leave a Comment »

Beitrag aus Pakistan für die Berlinale: “Rise of the Oppressed”

Posted by entdinglichung - 15. Februar 2012

Ein Film von Ammar Aziz von der Labour Education Foundation zur Situation der TextilarbeiterInnen in Faisalabad:

Posted in Film, Gewerkschaft, Kapitalismus, Klassenkampf, Pakistan, Streik | Leave a Comment »

Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 11. Januar 2012

Back in town … einige Weblinks, welche sich in der Zwischenzeit aufgetan haben!

1.) Deutsche Polizisten, …!: Pressemitteilung der Initiative in Gedenken an Oury Jalloh: Brutale Polizeigewalt bei Demo gegen rassistische Polizeigewalt – Mouctar Bah bewusstlos ins Krankenhaus eingeliefert

2.) Flüchtlingsrat Hamburg: 14.01.2012: Solidarität mit den Menschen im Lager Horst!

3.) Out of the red closet: Gay and Lesbian experiences in the previous communist movement (Kasama)

4.) Empfehlenswert: die Broschüre zur Untersuchung und Organisierung am Jobcenter Neukoelln (pdf-Datei) auf zusammendagegen.blogsport.de

5.) Happy Birthday USTKE! … zum 30. Geburtstag einer klassenkämpferischen Gewerkschaft in Kanaky/“Neukaledonien“ (ESSF)

6.) Sarwar Beena: Pakistan – Zarteef Khan Afridi: The tribesman who showed the way (ESSF)

7.) Der Luxemburger Anarchist zur Zuneigung der Zeitung vum lëtzebuerger Vollek der KP Luxemburg gegenüber Ron Paul

8.) Tendance Coatesy rezensiert Radical Gardening: Politics, Idealism and Rebellion in the Garden. A Socialist Appreciation

9.) Big cat may prowl Gloucestershire wood, says National Trust: Evidence of big cats at large grows as charity investigates killing of roe deer at Woodchester Park near Stroud (Guardian)

Posted in Afghanistan, BRD, Britannien, Feminismus & Frauenbewegung, Fundstücke, Gewerkschaft, Hamburg, Kanaky, Klassenkampf, Kolonialismus, Kommunismus, Linke Geschichte, Luxemburg, Maoismus, Medien, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Migration, Neukaledonien, Pakistan, Patriarchat, Rassismus, Repression, Schleswig-Holstein, Sozialismus, Sozialpolitik, Stalinismus, Umwelt, USA | Leave a Comment »

Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 26. Dezember 2011

1.) Die grosse Cesária Évora ist tot

2.) Lesenswertes zu Krise und Klassenkampf: die aktuelle Wildcat und die aktuelle Arbeiterpolitik

3.) Mehr zur Krise: “The result of a long and general crisis is often to clarify the map of the world” von François Sabado auf International Viewpoint

4.) einige neue Texte auf ESSF:

Pakistan Afghanistan Progressive parties conference joint declaration
– Post Bahadur Basnet: The radicals in the Maoists (zur faktischen Spaltung der UCPN(M) in Nepal)
– Ursula Hews/Ed Lewis: The Crisis and the Left – Crisis as Capitalist Opportunity

5.) einiges Neues von Exit!

– Claus Peter Ortlieb: Lohndumping, Hightech und Krise
– Anselm Jappe: Ist das Geld obsolet geworden?
– Robert Kurz: Kapitalismus wiederholt sich nicht

6.) Vermischtes von Bob from Brockley

7.) auf The Commune: workers’ control in the health-care system von Mike Levine

8.) auf LibCom: Militant anti-fascism and the Occupy movement

9.) Die unendliche Geschichte, Teil 2871

10.) 100 Jahre Fantômas:

Posted in Afghanistan, Antifa, BRD, Britannien, Europa, Film, Fundstücke, Internationales, Kapitalismus, Kapverden, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Literatur, Maoismus, Marxismus, Musik, Nachrufe, Nationalismus, Nepal, Pakistan, Sozialismus, Stalinismus, Trotzkismus, Zeitschriftenschau | Leave a Comment »

Freiheit für die Faisalabad Six!

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Dezember 2011

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Textes: LabourStart, dort kann auch eine Petition unterschrieben werden, mehr zum Thema hier.

Pakistan: Release trade union leaders now

In July 2010 the Labour Quami Movement (LQM) began negotiating with employers to implement a 17% wage increase adopted by Government. Following 3 weeks of negotiations employers refused to pass on the pay increase. Subsequently 100,000 workers in Faisalabad and surrounding areas came out on strike to protest. It was during this strike that LQM trade union leaders were labelled as terrorists by the employers and they were arrested at a local police station. In early November 2011 the Anti Terrorism Court of Pakistan sentenced 6 union leaders to 490 years in jail for terrorism offences, despite the lack of any legitimate evidence to justify their arrest and sentencing. It is clear that the employers and judiciary aligned to silence the fundamental right of the workers to organise and bargain collectively as prescribed in ILO coventions 87 and 98.

Posted in Gewerkschaft, Klassenkampf, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Pakistan, Repression, Streik | 1 Comment »

Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. November 2011

1.) Querstellen!

2.) Zum Nazi-Terror drei lesenswerte Artikel von Kutlu Yurtseven, Andreas Speit und von Jörn Schulz in der Jungle World

3.) Zwei neue Artikel auf Kalima zur Repression gegen sufis in Iran und Pakistan und zu den Protesten in Saudi-Arabien

4.) Eine Reihe von Artikeln auf ESSF zur Entscheidung von Oxford University Press, den Essay Three Hundred Ramayanas: Five examples and three thoughts on translations von A.K. Ramanujan nach Protesten hindu-nationalistischer Organisationen nicht zu publizieren

5.) Seit vier Tagen streiken die EisenbahnerInnen in Bulgarien gegen Stellenabbau und Lohnkürzungen (Sofia Echo)

6.) Weihnachtsbaumdiebstahl in Oldenburg (regentied)

7.) Die grosse katalanische Sopranistin Montserrat Figueras starb am 23. November im Alter von 69 Jahren:

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Antigewerkschaftliche Repression

Posted by entdinglichung - 10. November 2011

* In London: Police smash up sparks‘ protest (Morning Star)

„Brave construction workers refused to be cowed by strong-arm police tactics yesterday as they marched through the streets of London against savage pay cuts in the industry.

Two-thousand rank-and-file Unite members from across the country joined what had been intended to be a peaceful day of action to highlight plans by seven rogue employers to force through 35 per cent pay cuts and push down standards in the industry.“

* In Fiji: Fidschi: inhaftierte Gewerkschafter freilassen! (LabourStart)

„Die Gewerkschaftsbewegung in Fidschi ist vom Militärregime bedroht. Das Militär hat GewerkschafterInnen zusammengeschlagen, die Polizei hat unter dem Vorwand von Sicherheitsvorkehrungen wiederholt Gewerkschaftstreffen aufgelöst und die Regierung hat durch eine Verordnung die meisten der internationalen ArbeiterInnenrechte annulliert. Die Situation hat sich vor kurzem deutlich verschlechtert. Am 4. November hat die Polizei Felix Anthony, den Generalsekretär des Trade Union Congress in Fidschi (FTUC) festgenommen und hat sowohl die Gewerkschaftsräume als auch sein Zuhause durchsucht. Kurz vorher war auch Daniel Urai festgenommen worden, der Präsident der FTUC, der jetzt seit seiner Rückkehr vom Commonwealth Head of Government Treffen in Perth, Australien, in Haft sitzt. Er wurde wegen ‚Aufruf zur Gewalt durch Aufruf zum Regierungsumsturz‘ angeklagt. Diese Klage hat keine Grundlage, falls Herr Urai jedoch für schuldig befunden wird, erwartet ihn eine lange Haftstrafe. Herr Urai war zuvor schon einmal festgenommen worden, zusammen mit Dinesh Goundar, nachdem die beiden ein Gewerkschaftstreffen organisiert hatten. Das Motiv der Regierung ist eindeutig die Auflösung der Gewerkschaftsbewegung in Fidschi. Wir rufen das Regime dazu auf, alle Klagen gegen Felix Anthony und Daniel Urai fallen zu lassen und die beiden aus der Haft zu entlassen.“

* In der Türkischen Republik: Türkei: Angestellte der Lederindustrie entlassen, weil sie Fabrik ‚besetzen‘ (LabourStart)

* In Pakistan: Jail, bail, threats and dismissals as Nestlé Pakistan dairy workers fight for their rights (IUF-UITA-IUL)

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Terrorurteil gegen Gewerkschafter in Pakistan

Posted by entdinglichung - 2. November 2011

Sechs Mitglieder der Labour Qaumi Movement in Faisalabad – Akbar Ali Kamboh, Babar Shafiq Randhawa, Fazal Elahi, Rana Riaz Ahmed, Muhammad Aslam Malik und Asghar Ali – wurden auf Grund ihrer fhrenden Beteiligung am TextilarbeiterInnenstreik im Juli 2010 zu Haftstrafen von mindestens 10 bis 81 Jahren verurteilt, ein Statement von Farooq Tariq von der LPP merkt an:

„Anti terrorist laws are frequently used against protesting industrial workers in Punjab. over 13 trade unions leaders are facing such charges of terrorism in Punjab. their real crime is fight for better life and demanding higher wages. The Punjab government is all out to crush any trade union movement in factories which is challenging their authority. Police is very often used in such cases.“

Posted in Gewerkschaft, Klassenkampf, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Pakistan, Repression, Streik | Leave a Comment »

Farooq Sulehria zur Lage in Pakistan

Posted by entdinglichung - 8. Mai 2011

gefunden auf Viewpoint:

However, when Obama mentioned Pakistani cooperation in hunting Osama down, it was an act of subtle diplomacy. Without logistic support from Pakistan, Washington knows, the NATO troops will be starving in Afghanistan. Hence, to secure supply lines, Washington will continue hunting along the reluctant ISI. The ISI, having badly exposed, will devise new strategy. For a while, it will hunt more seriously along the hounds while run more discreetly along the hare. It cannot give up either. The Pakistan military, ever since 1950s, has been trained and armed by the USA. A US military embargo will not merely render Pakistan military ineffective, it will also cost generals their perks and lavish lifestyles. The Khakis cannot give up bearded freemasonry either. ‘Strategic assets’ —as Taliban/al-Qaida and their Pakistani counterparts are called in Pakistani media— are not merely imperative for ‘strategic depth.’ They are vital also to bleed India in Kashmir. Conflict with India must be kept alive. The entire military façade in Pakistan is built upon the imaginary threat from India. Hence, Osama or no Osama, as long as the USA is there in Afghanistan while military continue calling shots in Pakistan, the Afghan conflict will continue unabated. It is a catch 22 situation.

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Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 12. April 2011

Wieder da:

1.) Doro-Chiba International Labor Solidarity Committee’s Earthquake and Nuclear Disaster Newsletter (bisher 10 Ausgaben)

2.) Richard Abernethy: Vietnam: Dissent, Repression and the Emergence of an Independent Workers’ Movement (U.S. Marxist-Humanists)

3.) Bernard Schmid: Nordafrika: Soziale Elemente und Jugendprotest in den nordafrikanischen Revolten – Versuch eines Überblicks (LabourNet)

4.) Marokko: „Der Graben zwischen der Bevölkerung und dem Regime wird größer werden.“ (RSB)

5.) Rahila Gupta: Feminism and the soul of secularism (ESSF)

6.) Die neue Critique Social, als pdf-Datei hier

7.) Jalel Ben Brik Zoghlami: Tunisia: An ongoing revolution (International Viewpoint)

8.) Farooq Tariq: Pakistan: This is our land, declare 20,000 peasants (International Viewpoint)

9.) EDL In Blackburn, April 2011 (Modernity Blog)

mit nicht-lieben Grüssen an alle Vollpfosten, die immer noch daran glauben, dass die EDL irgendwie antifaschistisch oder antirassistisch sei

Posted in Algerien, Antifa, Antimilitarismus, Ägypten, BäuerInnenbewegung, Britannien, Feminismus & Frauenbewegung, Fundstücke, Gewerkschaft, Internationales, Kapitalismus, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Libyen, Marokko, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Pakistan, Patriarchat, Rassismus, Religion, Repression, Revolution, Sozialismus, Stalinismus, Streik, StudentInnenbewegung, Trotzkismus, Tunesien, Vietnam, Zeitschriftenschau | Leave a Comment »

Drei Lesehinweise zu Kaschmir und den Philippinen

Posted by entdinglichung - 16. Februar 2011

* Kunal Chattopadhyay: The Identity of Kashmir in Contemporary History

* Rebolusyonaryong Partido ng Manggagawa – Mindanao (RPM-M): A New Revolutionary Hope amidst Challenges: The Second Congress of RPM-M and How It Became a Success

* Rebolusyonaryong Partido ng Manggagawa – Mindanao (RPM-M): 2nd RPA Military Conference and Politico-Military (POL-MIL) Training, Successful!

Posted in Indien, Kaschmir, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Nationalismus, Pakistan, Philippinen, Religion, Repression, Sozialismus, Trotzkismus | Leave a Comment »

Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 10. Februar 2011

Ungeordnet und ohne System:

* First Annual Convention of Home Based Women Bangle Workers Union in Hyderabad (HBWBWU) (LEF)

* Nepal: Love Marriages and Revolution (Revolution in South Asia)

* Bosnia: Declaration of the new Young Bosnia (In Defense of Marxism)

* Socialist Feminism and the Revolutionary Party (Freedom Socialist Party)

* Jungheinrich AG: Eine Belegschaft wehrt sich. Aktiv ohne IG Metall (Infoarchiv Norderstedt)

* Women’s Fightback 7, February-March 2011 (AWL)

* How to enforce democratic centralism, Japanese style (David Osler)

* Beleidigen, drohen, klagen: Tollhaus NPD (NPD-Blog)

* Les organes de Benoît XVI sont déjà des reliques (ESSF)

* Jena bleibt hässlich! (Aftershow) … dazu ein Lied:

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Ein Bericht von einer Kundgebung der Labour Party Pakistan (LPP) im Swat Valley

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Februar 2011

Quelle: Webseite der LPP

More than 500 participated in LPP Meeting

By Farooq Ahmad

A public meeting at Chaprial in Swat valley organized by Labour Party Pakistan Pukhtoon Khawa was attended by over 500. This was the first political public gathering in this area after a military operation forced the religious fanatics to retreat from the area they controlled till 2009. This was one of the three public gathering organized today attended by central leadership of LPP including Farooq Tariq spokes person LPP, Younas Rahu general secretary LPP Sindh and Nazli Javed member federal committee. Earlier on the day, over hundred attended in a village in Marta Tehseel.

LPP leadership said that people of Swat has suffered both at the hands of religious fundamentalists and military operation. The fanatic have burnt most of the educational institutions and had killed many who opposed them. The fanatics have killed Salman Taseer who was raising voice against a discriminatory blasphemy laws. We condemn this brutal killing. The religious fundamentalist groups made the lives of Swat people miserable.

The LPP leaders said that the military take over of Swat also solved nothing and the most of the people suffer because of military check ups and are humiliated all the times. The LPP leaders said that joining of over 2000 in LPP in different parts of Swat shows that Left can be developed even in most difficult objective conditions.

“we demand that the alliance government break all links with religious fanatics and American imperialism. They both are anti masses and have nothing to offer to the working class of Pakistan. American imperialism must quit Afghanistan that have been used all the time by the fanatics to win support among people. American dictated policies have resulted price hike and unemployment to an unprecedented level. The Pakistani government can not see a life without imperialism“ LPP spokesperson Farooq Tariq said while speaking at the rally.

We demand that all those killed by the fanatics and during the military operation should be paid at least one million rupees as compensation, the LPP demanded at the rallies.

”Long Live Socialism, workers unity, the only way, workers of the world unite. Workers peasants unity Linda band, we want revolution” were the main slogans at the rallies.

Several speakers introduced LPP programme to the new members of the party. Almost all the left tends present in Swat have joined LPP.

Later LPP leaders went to the home of Abdullah Qureshi who was killed by the religious fanatics in a suicidal attack in 2007.

Posted in Afghanistan, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Pakistan, Religion, Repression, Sozialismus, Trotzkismus | Leave a Comment »

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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Islamisten an der Seite der Grossgrundbesitzer und des Militärs: Todesdrohungen gegen Sprecher des Anjaman Mozareen Punjab (AMP)

Posted by entdinglichung - 31. Dezember 2010

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Artikels: ESSF

Peasant’s leader threatened by religious fundamentalists

Dear all,

A registered letter is been sent to Nadeem Asharaf vice president Anjaman Mozareen Punjab by some unknown people on the name of a registered religious Madarasa. He has been threatened to loose his life in the letter for his support to the peasant struggle for land rights. It is been written that an attack will be carried out on his life. He is been asked to give up his fight for land rights.

A copy of another letter to Deputy Coordination Officer Okara is also been attached with this letter. In this letter, the same people have asked the DCO to take action against the leaders of Anjaman Mozareen Punjab. This letter have demanded the peasants to pay all the amount to the military generals that they have refused to pay since the beginning of the movement in 2001.

The military generals are been allotted nearly 2500 acre of land in 2007 in Renala Khurd area of Okara district. The peasants have refused to leave this land as they been been cultivating this land for decades. Another 20,000 acre of land in the same district is also been in possession of the peasants and they have refused to pay any share or contract amount to the military generals. The AMP is heading the movement.

Now the religious fundamentalists have come into action to side with the military generals according to this letter.

Anjman Mozareen Punjab has announced two action against a possible military operation in this area. There has been a lot of reports from the Military Farms that the military officers are preparing for an action in near future.

There will be a protest rally on 30th December in Okara. Thousands of peasants from different part of Okara will gather in the city to protest against the possible military action and against anonymous threats to the life of Nadeem Asharaf.

On 10th January, on the eve of the 9th death anniversary Bashir Ahmad,the first martyr of the peasant movement, there will be a public meeting in village 20/1 Rb in Renala Khurd at 11am. Peasants leaders from different parts of Punjab will come to attend this public meeting.

Mehr Abdul Sattar general secretary AMP and Farooq Tariq spokesperson Labour Party Pakistan have condemned the death threats to Nadeem Asharaf and vowed to fight back with mass actions. They said in a joint statement that such threats will not make us run away from struggle. We have no option but to fight back. They appealed to the district administration to provide security to Nadeem Asharaf against a possible attack on his life.

27 Decembre 2010

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