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Sauvra: Hintergrundanalysen zum Islamismus

Posted by entdinglichung - 10. April 2012

Sauvra: Hintergrundanalysen zum Islamismus, eine neue Webseite, u.a. mit Artikeln zum failed state Pakistan und dem Unabhängigkeitskampf von Bangla Desh sowie zum Israel-/Palästinabild des ISF:

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WAC-MAAN zum internationalen Frauentag 2012

Posted by entdinglichung - 6. März 2012

Quelle: WAC-MAAN

Fighting Together for Peace, Equality and Social Justice Jewish and Arab Women in Solidarity

On March 8, International Women’s Day, we will organize and take to the streets to raise women’s struggles for justice on the public agenda.

Over the past year, a wave of voices rose up all over the world to demand change.
Resistance to economic, political, and gender oppression was a shared value across diverse movements.

Women comprise 50% of the world’s population, and are usually the first to be affected by crushing economic policies. Women of color or who belong to minority groups are doubly oppressed. Nevertheless, the same women are consistently on the front lines of struggle, leading an uncompromising quest for social justice.

On March 8, we will march together and hear the diverse voices of inspiring women leading the way towards peace, equality and social justice.
Den Rest des Beitrags lesen »

Posted in Feminismus & Frauenbewegung, Gewerkschaft, Internationales, Israel, Kapitalismus, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Palästina, Patriarchat, Sozialismus | Leave a Comment »

Jakob Moneta (1914-2012)

Posted by entdinglichung - 5. März 2012

Am 3. März starb im Alter von 97 Jahren Jakob Moneta, einer der letzten Überlebenden einer Generation von Revolutionären, ein Genosse, der sein ganzes Leben lang gegen Unterdrückung und für die Emanzipation der Menschheit kämpfte, nachfolgend der Film Jakob Moneta: Jude-Gewerkschafter-Sozialist (Untertitel in Esperanto):

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Posted in Antifa, Antisemitismus, BRD, Esperanto, Film, Frankreich, Gewerkschaft, Internationales, Israel, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Linke Geschichte, Nachrufe, Palästina, Polen, Sozialismus, Streik, Trotzkismus | 1 Comment »

Klassenkampf international

Posted by entdinglichung - 29. Februar 2012

* Am gestrigen Tag ereignete sich der vermutlich grösste Streik der Menschheitsgeschichte, mehr als 100 Millionen ArbeiterInnen streikten in Indien, hierzu der Aufruf der Gruppe Radical Socialist

* Die neue GurgaonWorkersNews (Mrz 2011, Nr. 48)

* Proteste gegen antigewerkschaftliche Repression in Tunesien

* Ein Aufruf der ITF für die Freiheit der inhaftierten iranischen Gewerkschafter Ebrahim Madadi und Reza Shahabi

* Ein Aufruf zum Generalstreik von Occupied London/From the Greek Streets

* Der IGB berichtet, dass 40 Mitglieder der LehrerInnengewerkschaft SNAPAP in Algerien festgenommen worden sind

* Aussperrung bei Acadian Coach Lines in New Brunswick und Prince Edward Island/Kanada

* Von WAC-MAAN unterstützte palästinesische Kontraktarbeiter der Israel Antiquities Authority an der Ausgrabungsstätte Ras al-Amud setzen permanente Arbeitsverträge durch

* Vermischtes auf Syndikalismus.tk

Posted in Algerien, Archäologie, BRD, Europa, Gewerkschaft, Griechenland, Indien, Internationales, Iran, Israel, Kanada, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Palästina, Repression, Sozialismus, Streik, Trotzkismus, Tunesien | Leave a Comment »

Texte von Arthur Holitscher

Posted by entdinglichung - 8. Februar 2012

Frisch online gestellt auf Projekt Gutenberg: Texte des Reiseschriftstellers Arthur Holitscher (1869-1941), dessen Werke von den Nazis 1933 auf die Liste der „auszumerzenden Literatur“ gestellt wurden und der 1941 verarmt im Genfer Exil starb:

* Amerika heute und morgen (1913)

* Drei Monate in Sowjet-Rußland (1921)

* Reise durch das jüdische Palästina (1922)

* Der Narrenbädeker: Aufzeichnungen aus Paris und London (1925)

* Der Narrenführer durch Paris und London (1925)

* Das unruhige Asien: Reisen durch Indien – China – Japan (1926)

Posted in Britannien, China, Frankreich, Indien, Internationales, Israel, Japan, Linke Geschichte, Literatur, Palästina, Russland, Sowjetunion, Sozialistika - Linke Archivalien, Tourismus, USA | Leave a Comment »

Die neue The Commune

Posted by entdinglichung - 7. November 2011

Die Novemberausgabe von The Commune, als pdf-Datei hier:

Die Artikel im einzelnen:

Organising

* N30: there is an alternative – The Commune’s editorial looks forward to the 30th November strike against austerity

* there’s more to politics than westminster – Greg Brown asks what is the way forward for students’ struggles after last year’s defeat on fees and EMA

* make or break for the ‘sparks’ – Adam Ford reports on developments in the electricians’ movement

Occupy

* bishops, tents and the city – Sharon Borthwick reports on the occupations at London’s St Paul’s and Finsbury Square

* all eyes on oakland [online only] – Donagh Davis reports from Occupy Oakland

* the same old slogans? – Bristol Communards headed down to their local ‘Occupy’ space

* the 99%, the 1% and ‘anti-finance’ – Oisín Mac Giallomóir argues the Occupy movement needs to oppose capitalist production not just capitalist finance and governments

* occupy tel-aviv: the israeli summer – Lee Meidan writes from Israel on a rare wave of social unrest

Dale Farm

* dale farm: a community under siege – Dominic Fitzgerald reports on the eviction of the Dale Farm traveller site

* travellers, the state and the meaning of solidarity –  Richard B. argues that traveller support must now become a part of our movement

Ideas

* the power to make change for ourselves – David Broder was unconvinced by ‘Anarchism: a Marxist Critique’ by John Molyneux

* ‘when the crisis comes’ – an essay by Henrik Johansson, exploring the perverse ideology perpetuated during capitalist crisis

* a platform for struggle – Sheila Cohen, co-editor of Trade Union Solidarity, writes on the new venture

Posted in Anarchismus, Antiziganismus, Britannien, Gewerkschaft, Internationales, Israel, Kapitalismus, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Palästina, Rassismus, Repression, Sozialismus, Streik, StudentInnenbewegung, USA, Zeitschriftenschau | Leave a Comment »

Tagesschau

Posted by entdinglichung - 19. Oktober 2011

1.) Die Räumung der Traveller-Siedlung Dale Farm bei Basildon durch die Bullen hat begonnen, mehr auf der Webseite des Guardian

„Early this morning riot police and bailiffs stormed the Dale Farm community in a dawn raid. Police violated the court order and used sledgehammers to smash through the walls of a fully legal plot on the site in order to force entry. Human rights observers reported several injuries of residents and supporters from police action as they forced their way onto site.“

2.) Nachrichten zum Generalstreik in Griechenland auf Occupied London (1, 2, 3) und Indymedia, auf der Webseite des RSB zwei Statements von Antarsya

3.) Immer Lesenswert: Beiträge von Bob from Brockley, heute empfohlen ein Beitrag auf Contested Terrain zum Thema jüdische Beteiligung und Antisemitismus in der Occupy-Bewegung und auf seinem eigenen Blog einige Meldungen zur EDL, hieraus ein kurzer Auszug, die EDL (g)eifert den Islamismus nach und attackiert Ahmadiyya-MuslimInnen:

„At the weekend, two dozen English Defence League activists stormed a Muslim book stall and Qur’an exhibition in Cradley Heath in the Black Country. So much for the claim to be a non-violent protest movement. Even worse, perhaps, is that the bookstall was run by an Ahmadiyya Muslim group. The Ahmadiyya are one of the least fundamentalist or jihadist groups with Islam. They explicitly reject armed jihad, are not seen as part of the Ummah by many orthodox Muslims and indeed are regarded as kafirs (infidels) by fundamentalists. They have, therefore, been subjected to violent persecution by Islamists in Pakistan, Bangladesh and elsewhere. In other words, they are exactly who those who claim to be fighting Islamism should be in solidarity with, not attacking. This demonstrates the EDL’s ignorance about its pet obsession, Islam, and also the hollowness of its claim to be against Islamism rather than ordinary Muslims. It exposes the essential racism and paranoia of the movement.“

4.) Mehr Antisemitismus von der Religious Right aus den USA: IHOP Head Mike Bickle Predicts Coming „Prison Camps“ For Jews auf Talk2Action zu einer „Prophezeiung“

5.) Ein Artikel auf LibCom erinnert an den französisch-algerischen anarchistischen Revolutionär Léandre Valero, der am 21. August im Alter von 87 Jahren verstarb

6.) Yacov Ben Efrat: The protest and the revolution, zu den Sozialprotesten in Israel (Challenge)

7.) Musik:

Posted in Algerien, Anarchismus, Antifa, Antisemitismus, Antiziganismus, Britannien, Frankreich, Fundstücke, Gewerkschaft, Griechenland, Israel, Kirche, Klassenkampf, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Musik, Nahost, Nationalismus, Palästina, Rassismus, Religion, Repression, Streik, USA | 3 Comments »

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 31. Mai 2011

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv … auf LibCom ein Text zur Biographie von Constantinos Speras und auf der Webseite der Fundacion Andreu Nin ein Artikel von Dionisio Pereira zum heterodoxen Kommunismus in Galizien 1931-1936:

Big Flame 1970-1984:

* LOTTA CONTINUA Part 3 (Related Political Organisatons no 2)
** Internal Bulletin: Italy 1973 (1973, pdf-Datei)
** Documents from Lotta Continua (1975, pdf-Datei)

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR):

* Leo Trotzki: La seule voie (1932)
* IVe internationale: IVe internationale, Dezember 1957 (zum 5. Weltkongress)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Mansoor Hekmat: Nos différences [3] (1989)
* Maximilien Rubel: Le parti de la mystification (1976)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Mary-Alice Waters: Maoism in the U.S.: A Critical History of the Progressive Labor Party (1969)
* Groep van Internationale Communisten (GIC): Was Will Der Proletarier? (1933)
* Groep van Internationale Communisten (GIC): Sowjetrussland, Die Wirtschaftskrise und Die Weltrevolution (1933)
* Groep van Internationale Communisten (GIC): Zielsetzung (1934)
* Cajo Brendel: Rätedemokratie statt Parteidiktatur: Kommunismus als Gegensatz zum Bolschewismus (1992)
* Ernest Mandel: From the ABC to Current Reading: Boom, Revival or Crisis? (1956)
* Ernest Mandel: Value, Surplus Value, Profit, Prices of Production and Surplus Capital – A Reply to Geoff Hodgson (1973)
* Ernest Mandel: Workers’ Control and Workers’ Councils (1973)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: À la mémoire de la Commune (1911)
* Leo Trotzki: Rapport au 12e Congrès du PC(b)R (1923)
* Henric: Recettes de Paix » ou lutte contre l’Impérialisme (1939)
* Anton Pannekoek: Para luchar contra el capital hay que luchar también contra el sindicato (1938)
* Anton Pannekoek: Los consejos obreros (1947)
* Tony Cliff: The Problem of the Middle East (Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq) (1946)
* Sebastian Seiler: Het Complot van 13 juni 1849 of de laatste overwinning van de bourgeoisie in Frankrijk. Een bijdrage aan de hedendaagse geschiedenis (1850)
* Organization of Communist Workers (Marxist-Leninist): Matchmakers of Opportunism: Against En Lutte’s Unity Plan (1977)
* Indokina, nr 1, 1973

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Grohnde: AKW (Beitrag erweitert)
* AKW Biblis
* AKW Neckarwestheim (GKN)
* Dortmund: Zeche Minister Stein / Zeche Fürst Hardenberg (Beitrag erweitert)
* Kernkraftwerk Krümmel (Beitrag erweitert)
* Kommunistischer Studentenbund Göttingen – Zellen Chemie / Biologie und Mathematik / Physik: Kernenergie im Kapitalismus
* Kalkar: Schneller Brüter (Beitrag erweitert)
* Island

La Presse Anarchiste:

* Correspondance Internationale Ouvrière n°3, 19. November 1931 (mit einem Artikel von einem KAUD-Mitglied zur Lage in Deutschland)
* Bulletin de la Fédération Jurassienne n°20/21, 10. November 1872
* L’Idée Ouvrière n°3, 24. September 1887
* L’Idée Ouvrière n°3, 1. Oktober 1887

LibCom:

* Libertarian Workers Group (LWG): On the Line, Nr. 1, 1978
* Libertarian Workers Group (LWG): On the Line, Nr. 2, 1978
* Raoul Vaneigem: Basic Banalities (Parts I & II) (196?)
* Raoul Vaneigem: A warning to students of all ages (1995)
* Sidney Fournier: New Zealand radical (1961)
* Arturo Giovanitti: The constructive side of syndicalism (1913)
* CNT-AIT (France): Why do Anarcho-Syndicalists Oppose Professional Elections? (2005)
* CNT-F: Introducing the CNT-f (2007)
* Juan Gómez Casas: Attention: New definitions of anarcho-syndicalism (1983)
* Ingemar Sjöö: Syndicalism and the SAC: a short introduction (199?)
* Carolyn: Palante! A Brief History of the Young Lords (199?)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* World Socialist Party [Ireland]: The Anglo-Irish Accord and it’s Irrelevance for the Working Class (1986)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Movimiento Revolucionario Oriental-Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias Orientales (MRO-FARO): Expropiación a la National Cash Register Company (1970)
* Vanguardia Organizada del Pueblo (VOP): Declaración de la VOP publicada en el diario „La Prensa“ (1971)

The Irish Election Literature Blog:

* Sinn Fein (SF): Anti Section 31 poster (198?)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1936/1961/1981)

Espace contre ciment:

* Gustav Landauer: Gott und der Sozialismus (1911)
* Gustav Landauer: Volk und Land. Dreissig sozialistische Thesen (1907)
* Gustav Landauer: Die Geburt der Gesellschaft (1908)
* Petr Kropotkine: Les fondements culturels de la construction des cathédrales (1906)
* Walter Fähnders: Sprachkritik und Wortkunst, Mystik und Aktion bei Gustav Landauer (2005)

Archive.org:

* Situationistische Internationale (SI): Rapport über die Konstruktion von Situationen und die Organisations- und Aktionsbedingungen der Internationalen Situationistischen Tendenz (1957)
* Marxistische Gruppe: MSZ Marxistische Streit- und Zeitschrift -Gegen die Kosten der Freiheit 4/1991: Der Fall MG
* Paul Umbreit: Fünfundzwanzig Jahre deutscher Gewerkschaftsbewegung, 1890-1915; Frinnerungsschrift zum fünfundzwanzigjährigen Jubiläum der Begründung der Generalkommission der Gewerkschaften Deutschlands (1915)
* Sari Roboff: Boston’s labor movement : an oral history of work and union organizing (1977)
* Ukraïnsʹka partii͡a sot͡sialistiv-revoli͡ut͡sioneriv (UPSR): Boritesi͡a – poborete! (1920)
* John Spargo: Our Aims in the War (1920)

AustriaN Newspapers Online (ANNO):

* Schuhmacher-Fachblatt (1883)
* Buchdrucker-Zeitung (1888-1892)

Fundación Andreu Nin:

* Andy Durgan: Comunismo, revolución y movimiento obrero en Catalunya 1920-1936 (Los orígenes del POUM) (1996, pdf-Datei)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* Ralph Waldo Emerson: Politics (1844)
* Hem Dey (Marcel Dieu): Restons non violents (1968, Auszug)

CPGB/Weekly Worker:

* Karl Kautsky: Republic and social democracy in France, Part 3 (1905)

Syndikalismus:

* Arthur Müller-Lehning: Die IAA und der Kampf gegen Militarismus und Krieg (1932)
* Pierre Besnard: Die IAA und die RGI (1932)
* Eusebio C. Carbo: Die IAA in Spanien (1932)

Projekt Gutenberg:

* Friedrich Engels: Die Lage der arbeitenden Klasse in England (1845)

Signalfire:

* Paresh Chattopadhyay: Did the Bolshevik seizure of power inaugurate a Socialist Revolution? A Marxian inquiry (1991)
* The Platform of the Communist International (1919)
* Mouvement Communiste: Class war in Barcelona (1973)

Bastard Archive:

* Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN): The Flower of the Word Will Not Die – Writings from the Zapatistas (1997)
* Sebastien Faure: Does God Exist? 12 Proofs of the Nonexistence of God (~ 1930)

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WAC/MAAN zum 1. Mai 2011

Posted by entdinglichung - 28. April 2011

Quelle: Webseite des Workers Advice Center (WAC/MAAN)

First of May 2011: Marching for Equality and Social Justice

Arab and Jewish Workers in Solidarity with our brothers in Cairo, Tunis and Damascus

Arab and Jewish workers who are organized in the independent union WAC- Maan and many of our allies in social and progressive organizations will march on April 30 in Tel Aviv to mark the First of May and demonstrate solidarity with fellow workers in Cairo, Tunis and Damascus. The slogan „Democracy, Equality and Social Justice“ today unites all workers of the world. Our eyes are lifted toward the rebirth of the Arab world, toward the millions who are crying in the city squares: „Away with the dictatorship and for social justice!“

Gathering in Tel Aviv, farm workers and construction workers from throughout the country, as well as college teachers, truck drivers and waitresses—all organized in our trade union, WAC-MAAN- will join their voices to the call, shouting: „Away with the dictatorship of capital! Yes to equality! Yes to social justice!“ From the heart of Tel Aviv, we applaud the turn to democracy now taking place in Egypt and Tunisia, and we declare our full support for the Syrian people in its fight for freedom.

The government of Israel frets anxiously over the fall of the dictatorships, which it has supported, covertly and overtly, for more than forty years. The Arab democratic revolution confronts Israel with the challenge of ending the Occupation, dismantling the settlements and joining the historical journey toward justice.

The Israel of today is a state without pity, a state of tycoons, a state of enormous social gaps, where a million workers (a third of the labor force) earn the minimum wage, where even the social workers have had to strike because they don’t earn enough to make ends meet, while the bankers and managers rake in millions.

In commemorating the First of May this year, we shall demonstrate for a fair wage to every worker, against all forms of discrimination, for equality to Arab workers, against unemployment, against the revolving door policy that enslaves migrant workers, against the damage that is now being done in education, health services and social welfare. We call on every worker to join us, because only by organizing will we be able to change our lives!

Tel Aviv, Saturday April 30, 10:30, from Sderot Rothschild (corner of Sheinkin) to Gan Me’ir.

Posted in Ägypten, Gewerkschaft, Israel, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Migration, Nahost, Palästina, Rassismus, Sozialismus, Syrien, Tunesien | 1 Comment »

Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka zum Internationalen Frauentag 2011

Posted by entdinglichung - 5. März 2011

Quelle: Webseite des WAC-MAAN

A Statement for International Women’s Day, March 8, 2011

by Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka

In these very days, marking 100 years of Women’s International Day, a new chapter is being written in history by millions of women and men in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Bahrain and elsewhere. We salute the workers who first raised the banner of revolt in Egypt in 2008, who persisted and who now see the fruit of their sacrifices. This is the springtime of the peoples in the Arab world, opening a gateway of hope for all. At last we may dare to believe that we can determine our destinies, securing the right to live and work in dignity.

It is inspiring to see Arab women marching at the head of the protests, breaking the boundaries of patriarchy, tribalism and fundamentalism that have been imposed on them for generations. These women are securing a place in a future democratic society where gender equality will be a supreme value, protecting the achievements of the revolution.

We, Arab and Jewish women of the Workers Advice Center and Sindyanna of Galilee, are proud at what we see happening around us. It encourages us to continue our struggle in Israel.

On the 8th of March we shall make a march of women—Arab and Jewish, migrant workers and refugees—for the right to work in dignity and to organize. We shall do so in solidarity with working women the world over. We ask women in our region and beyond to join their voices with ours in calling for an egalitarian society, free from oppression and occupation, in which both peoples, Israeli and Palestinian, may live together in peace.

Asma Agbarieh-Zahalka

Posted in Ägypten, Feminismus & Frauenbewegung, Internationales, Israel, Klassenkampf, Nahost, Palästina, Patriarchat | 1 Comment »

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 16. Februar 2011

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv, auf LibCom ein Artikel von Gigi Roggero zur ArbeiterInnenautonomie und Räten in Italien und Russland, auf dem Blog der Fundación Andreu Nin der Artikel Las mujeres del POUM von Verónica Rodríguez und Joaquín Ramos erinnert auf CEDEMA an den 22. Jahrestag des Angriffes auf die La Tablada-Kaserne:

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR):

* Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista (POUM): Révolution espagnole, 24. November
* Jeunesses socialistes révolutionnaires (JSR): Révolution !, Juli 1937
* Parti communiste internationaliste (PCI): La vérité Renault, April 1950
* Ligue communiste (LC): Bulletin intérieur, 1934

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Adam Buick/John Crump: La dynamique capitaliste des économies étatisées (1985)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Alexander Schljapnikow: A la veille de 1917 (1920)
* Andreu Nin: Majdagarna i Barcelona (1937)
* Leo Trotzki: Upproret i Barcelona (några preliminära kommentarer) (1937)
* Pierre Broué: ”Majdagarna” i Barcelona 1937 (1988)
* Daniel Bensaïd: Um Socialismo Para Nosso Tempo (1995)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta aos Membros do Partido Bolchevique (1917)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta ao Comité Central do POSDR(b) (1917)
* Theodor W. Adorno: Brev till Walter Benjamin (1936)
* Siegfried Kracauer: Små butiksflickor går på bio (1928)
* Alexandr Woronsky: Polemical Remarks about Gorky. Part 1 (1911)
* Alexandr Woronsky: Polemical Remarks about Gorky, Part 2 (1911)
* Alexandr Woronsky: Communism, the Church and the State (1918)
* Solidaire: Beginnings of a Socialist Movement in Montreal (1975)
* Ted Grant: The Middle East (June 1967 EC statement) (1967)
* Tekla – Teori och klasskamp Nr 2 (1977)
** Redaktionellt
** Ola Tunander: Arbetarerfarenhetens motsägelser — Om möjligheten art genomskåda det borgerliga samhällets illusioner
** Elmar Altvater/Jürgen Hoffmann/Wolfgang Schöller/Willi Semmler: Stat, kapitalackumulation och sociala rörelser
** Donald Broady/Svante Weyler: Borgerlig och proletär offentlighet — Kommentarer till Negt/Klüge
** Alfred Krovoza: Det abstrakta arbetet och sinnlighetens öde
* Cleveland Draft Resistance Union: Letter from an Organizer in the Army by the Cleveland Draft Resistance Union (1968)
* Cleveland Draft Resistance Union: Don’t Be a Sucker (A message to White People)
* Cleveland Draft Resistance Union: Can McCarthy Bring Peace?
* Cleveland Draft Resistance Union: Johnson Quits (April Fool)
* Stephen Torgoff: YLP Congress transforms party into workers group (1972)
* Stephen Torgoff: HRUM sums up hospital organizing (1972)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* München: Die Erschießung von Günther Jendrian am 22. Mai 1974 (Beitrag überarbeitet)
* Coburg
* Oberschulen in NRW: Der Konflikt um die SMV-Press (Beitrag erweitert)
* Oberschulen in NRW: SMV-Ex-Press (Beitrag erweitert)
* Kommunistischer Oberschülerverband (KOV): ‚Schulkampf‘
* Regierungsbezirk Düsseldorf: Protest gegen die Ausländergesetze und das GUPS/GUPA-Verbot 1972/73
* Dortmund: Protest gegen die Ausländergesetze und das GUPS/GUPA-Verbot 1972/73
* Regierungsbezirk Köln: Protest gegen die Ausländergesetze und das GUPS/GUPA-Verbot 1972/73
* Studentenbewegung und Hochschulpolitik in NRW
* Münster: Protest gegen die Ausländergesetze und das GUPS/GUPA-Verbot 1972 bis 1974
* Regierungsbezirk Arnsberg: Protest gegen die Ausländergesetze und das GUPS/GUPA-Verbot 1972/73

Collectif Smolny:

* Karl Marx: Reply to the Second Circular of the Self-Styled Majority of the British Federal Council (1873)
* Maximilien Rubel: Karl Marx et le Conseil fédéral anglais : Une circulaire inconnue (1960)
* Maximilien Rubel: Signification historique de la barbarie stalinienne (1945)
* Maximilien Rubel: Le socialisme réellement inexistant (1980)
* Boris Souvarine: Sombres jours (1932)
* Octobre: Règlement intérieur du bureau des fractions de la gauche communiste internationale (1937)
* Octobre: Résolution sur la constitution du Bureau International (1938)
* Anton Pannekoek: Trade Unionism (1936)
* BILAN: Compte rendu du Congrès de la fraction – Résolutions adoptées (1935)

LibCom:

* Hot Autumn photo gallery, Italy 1969
* Marcel van der Linden: Second thoughts on revolutionary syndicalism (1988)
* Loren Goldner: Modernism as the vanguard of a consumer aesthetic two views (1986)
* Loren Goldner: Review: Joyce Kolko Restructuring the World Economy (1988)
* Wayne Thorpe: Anarchosyndicalism in Inter-War France: The Vision of Pierre Besnard (?)
* Alexander Schapiro: The crisis of power (1917)
* Carl Levy: Currents of Italian syndicalism before 1926 (2000)
* Nikolai Bucharin/Luigi Fabbri/Albert Meltzer: The Poverty of Statism, Anarchism vs. Marxism (19??)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Irish Labour Party: Labour’s Agenda – An Economic Programme for the 1990s (1989)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Partido Revolucionario de los Trabajadores – Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo (PRT-ERP): Pequeña burguesía y revolución (1971)
* Ejército Santuchista de Liberación (ESL): El Guerrillero Nº 2 (2003)
* Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR): Carta de Bautista van Schouwen a su madre (1969)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Angela Joya: Egyptian Protests: Falling Wages, High Prices and the Failure of an Export-Oriented Economy (2008)
* Jamie Allison: Wave of struggle shakes Egyptian regime (2007)

Workers‘ Liberty:

* Leo Trotzki: What is a revolutionary situation? (1931)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1936/1961/1986)

Espace contre ciment:

* C.L.R. James/Raya Dunayewskaya: State Capitalism and World Revolution (1950/1986)
* Album. Die Beerdigung von P. A. Kropotkin in Moskau, 13. Februar 1921 (Mit einer Einleitung von Rudolf Rocker) (1922)
* Jonathan Swift: Unterricht für das Gesinde (1731)
* Robert Paris: Un rapport sur Malatesta dans les archives de la police française (1990/2010)

Archive.org:

* James Dolsen: The defense of a revolutionist (1920)
* Max Adler: Der Sozialismus und die Intellektuellen (1910)
* Socialist Party of America (SPA): National Convention of the Socialist Party held at Chicago, Illinois, May 1 to 6, 1904. Stenographic report by Wilson E. McDermut. Edited by William Mailly. Issued by the National Committee of the Socialist Party (1904)
* Franz Oppenheimer: Kapitalismus-Kommunismus-wissenschaftlicher Sozialismus (1919)
* Heinrich Heine; Werke, Bd. 5-8 (1900)
* George Spiro: Solzhenitsyn, the „communist“ power : and the answer to the SALT delusion (1975)
* Gustav Wyneken: Der Kampf für die Jugend: gesammelte Aufsätze (1919)
* Harry Rogoff: Di diaur fun prolearia (1900)
* Maxim Litwinow/Ivy Litwinowa: The Bolshevik revolution: its rise and meaning (~ 1919)

Bibliothek der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung:

eine Reihe freigewerkschaftlicher Zeitungen:

* Buchbinder-Zeitung (1880-1933)
* Korrespondent Leipzig (1863-1869)
* Korrespondent für Deutschlands Buchdrucker und Schriftgießer (1870-1933)
* Allgemeine deutsche Gärtnerzeitung (1891-1929)
* Solidarität (1895-1933)
* Hausangestellten-Zeitung (1909-1933)
* Graphische Presse (1888-1933)
* Sattler- und Tapezierer-Zeitung (1889-1900)
* Sattler-Zeitung (1900-1908)
* Sattler- und Portefeuiller-Zeitung (1909-1920)
* Sattler-, Tapezierer- und Portefeuillerzeitung (1920-1933)

Fundación Andreu Nin:

* Ignacio Iglesias: Conversación con Silone (1955)

ICL-FI (Spadtakist):

* Espartaco: A Marxist Anaysis of the Mexican Revolution of 1910. Part One (1999)

Luxemburger Anarchist:

* William Charles Owen: Stray Thoughts (1911)

Ofenschlot:

* Ulrich Menzel Die drei Entwicklungstheorien des Karl Marx (2000, Auszug)

Agis Stinas:

* Agis Stinas: In the transfer section of Piraeus (1977)

Red Mole Rising:

* Black Dwarf (1968/1969)

Leftcom:

* Centri Sociali (1995)

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Statement der Organization for Democratic Action – Da’am zur Situation in Ägypten

Posted by entdinglichung - 11. Februar 2011

Quelle: Challenge … Mubarak ist endlich weg vom Fenster, aber diverse andere Autokraten von Ahmadinejad über Bouteflika, Assad, Mohammed VI oder Abdullah von Saudi-Arabien sind noch am Ruder, auch die derartige Gestalten hervorbringenden Systeme und Strukturen in Ägypten und umzu sind noch präsent, eine Revolution, die auf halbem Wege stecken bleibt wird scheitern … einen herzlichen Glückwunsch und liebe rote Grüsse nach Ägypten!

The Removal of Mubarak is Vital for Democracy

The Egyptian popular uprising

Organization for Democratic Action – Da’am

Public Statement

The great popular uprising in Egypt has shaken the region’s dictatorships and threatens their position. These regimes fear the people who demand what was achieved in Europe two centuries ago: democracy. Since January 25, the eyes of the entire world have been fixed on Cairo’s Tahrir Square where Egyptians are calling for the removal of President Hosni Mubarak.

The Egyptian president has tried to save his skin and prevent a repetition of the Tunisian fiasco, where the corrupt dictator fled. At first, security forces and the police were sent to forcibly suppress the young revolutionaries. When this failed, and the protests only gained in strength, the regime encouraged anarchy while releasing thousands of criminal prisoners whose role was to create chaos, frighten the residents of the capital, and usher them back to their homes. When the people organized themselves into popular defense committees and the released prisoners had been rearrested, the regime hired the services of gangs and thugs who tried to take over the square on February 2.

Mubarak then played a new card and nominated Omar Suleiman to the position of vice-president. Suleiman, head of military intelligence, was given extensive authority to manage the country instead of the hated president. In addition, Ahmed Nazif’s cabinet was dismissed and a new government was appointed, headed by Ahmed Shafik.

The two new leaders, Suleiman and Shafik, announced they would accept all the demands of the young demonstrators in Tahrir Square and promised to carry out democratic reforms – but only on condition that they would accept Mubarak’s continued leadership until the elections scheduled for September 2011. Accepting this proposal would have emptied the uprising of any significance.

The army, which had stood aside as the thugs tried to conquer the square, changed its tactic when it became clear the thugs were failing in their mission. Towards the end of the same day, February 2, the army announced it would separate those supporting Mubarak from those demonstrating against, thus putting itself in the role of mediator while ensuring it would remain a decisive force in the political equation, no matter what the eventual settlement would be.

The regime led by Mubarak’s National Democratic Party is trying to keep all the cards in its hands: It “recognizes” the justice of the demonstrators’ claims but succeeded in neutralizing the veteran opposition groups, the communist Taggamu party and the Muslim Brotherhood, which responded positively to the regime’s proposal to negotiate. These groups thus turn their backs on the promise they gave to the rebels not to negotiate with Suleiman until Mubarak had gone, and continue to seek status and influence within the framework of the regime.

The US administration is playing a central role in the events unfolding in Egypt, and Suleiman’s actions are coordinated down to the last detail with the White House. President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are vainly trying to show they support of the young revolutionaries in Tahrir Square. However, they are actually strengthening the dictatorial regime in an attempt to save it by carrying out a few constitutional reforms while creating a kind of coexistence between the regime and the opposition, including the Muslim Brotherhood.

The young revolutionaries, then, bear a terrible burden of responsibility. They must choose between granting the official opposition the power to speak in their name and negotiate, or continuing the revolutionary march whose central demand is the removal of Mubarak and the complete transformation of the political and economic regime. They must put the army, the political forces and the regime to the test – as well as the US and the entire world: Are you in favor of democracy, and therefore support the removal of Mubarak, symbol of corruption and dictatorship, or do you support the continuation of the oppressive regime and resign yourself to the situation in which Suleiman shields Mubarak in order to perpetuate the president’s rule?

The young revolutionaries are holding up a vision of economic and social justice in keeping with the demands of the Egyptian workers for freedom of association and a life of honor. The working class is the natural ally of the rebels – it was the workers who pushed the uprising forward during extensive strikes in the textile factories of el-Mahalla el-Kubra in 2008. It was the workers who challenged the official unions recognized by the regime and began forming democratic unions.

The neo-liberal policies applied in Egypt since the 1990s led to social crisis and enabled those close to the regime to make enormous profits at the expense of the nation’s future. The democratic uprising will not be complete unless it is accompanied by a social and economic program that meets the workers’ demands. The change of regime is not merely the replacement of the people at the top of the pyramid, but a complete transformation of the economic and social foundations which led Egypt to the current crisis.

Israel’s government fears the fall of Mubarak and democratic change in Egypt. For years the Israeli establishment has relied on an alliance with Mubarak’s oppressive regime, and now, as the Egyptian people rise up, Israel is trying to terrify its citizens into believing that the only alternative to Mubarak is the Muslim Brotherhood.

For us, as a Jewish-Arab workers’ party in Israel, we have no doubt about where we stand: we fully support the heroic struggle of the workers and young people in Egypt. It is time the citizens of Israel compel their leaders to adopt a policy of peace and reconciliation with the Arab world and Palestinian nation, to put an end to the occupation and settlement, and to recognize the rights of Arab nations to democracy and freedom.

We are certain that Egypt, and the rest of the Arab states, will not go back to the way things were before January 25, 2011. The winds of democracy are blowing. The global capitalist regime which has strengthened the dictatorships in this region for decades has reached its final historical stage. There is no democracy without social justice. And there is no force in the world that can suppress those who challenge the fear of oppression.

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Yacov Ben Efrat zur Situation in Ägypten

Posted by entdinglichung - 8. Februar 2011

Quelle des nachfolgend dokumentierten Artikels ist Challenge, in diesem Zusammenhang sei auch die vom gleichen Spektrum organisierte Soli-Demo heute in Tel Aviv erwähnt:

The distance between democracy and social justice

The Egyptian revolution

by Yacov Ben Efrat

This article was written on February 1, a day after President Hosni Mubarak’s second speech in which he said he had no intention of running in the next elections (September 2011). A short time after the speech, US President Barack Obama said unequivocally that Mubarak must go immediately. Since the Egyptian army also expressed at least partial support for the protestors in Tahrir Square, it seems Mubarak’s days are numbered. But it’s still not clear what the next regime will be like. This is the great unknown hanging over the Egyptian revolution.

Many of those who followed events in Egypt have been saying for a decade that Mubarak’s regime is on the verge of collapse. The regime’s total isolation and its deafness to the people’s suffering heralded the events we witness now. The fact that thousands of people from all walks of life have suddenly and spontaneously lost their fear shows not only that their situation had reached a nadir, but that they realized the regime was no longer functioning – and had to go. Mubarak’s attempts to pass the regime on to his son Gamal and the spurious parliamentary elections which eliminated all opposition were the last straw.

The person chosen to “cook the election books” was Ahmed Ezz, the ruling party organization secretary. Together with Gamal Mubarak, he symbolized the character of the current regime. This Ahmed Ezz is an Egyptian oligarch who controls the state steel factory in Alexandria and who, overnight, became one of Egypt’s most wealthy people – just like other associates of the president’s son. From the point of view of ordinary Egyptians, Mubarak’s attempts to groom his son as successor was a sign that Mubarak’s passing would not bring change. Indeed, it would only make matters worse for most of Egypt’s citizens: the rich would get richer while the poor continued to confront hunger and uncertainty. The only way of maintaining the status quo was through violent and merciless oppression of all the regime’s opponents.

The underlying cause of the bitterness that led to the revolt is the shift to a neo-liberal economy and the acceptance of the program dictated by international financial institutions in the 90s. The changes imposed by the program were based on privatization of the public sector which was sold off to a small number of families connected to the regime. The ruling party, the army and the internal security forces defended the arrangement to enable Egyptian and international capitalists to do as they pleased with Egypt’s resources. In this aspect, Egypt is similar to Putin’s Russia or the Argentina of Carlos Menem in the 90s: corruption became the road to riches and the drive to make money was unfettered. Like Argentina, Egypt too was praised by international financial institutions as growth statistics were offered as proof of the system’s success. However, when only the top hundredth of a percent benefit from growth, it cannot solve problems of poverty from which most of the nation suffers. For growth to trickle down to the masses, a more equitable division of profits is required.

El-Mahalla el-Kubra: The spark of ignition

The beginning of the revolt – which became a popular uprising – can be seen in the extensive strike of textile workers in the industrial city of el-Mahalla el-Kubra in 2008. The strike, which involved textile factories employing some 30,000 people, rapidly became a city-wide revolt. The unions’ demands were combined with the expression of clear political opposition to the regime. Posters of the “rais” (the ruler) which had hitherto retained their aura of reverence were torn to shreds. But the strike by poverty-struck workers for better wages was brutally suppressed by the security police. Even Mubarak’s official union did all it could to break the strikers.

The strike made such enormous waves that a group of young Egyptians decided to set up a Facebook group calling on all workers to stay at home on April 6, 2008, in solidarity with the striking workers at el-Mahalla el-Kubra. Mubarak was compelled to promise a rise in the minimum wage. Inspired by those courageous workers, the April 6 Youth Movement was founded, providing a continuation of the unions’ struggle which soon took on a clear political character. It must be noted that opposition parties, from Tagammu on the left to the Muslim Brotherhood on the right, failed to support the strikers and remained outside the democratic movement which led the struggle for three years – up until the current uprising.

One thing must be clearly noted: the Egyptian workers were the vanguard of the struggle against the regime. Their demands for bread and small wage increases expressed the hopes of all. These struggles were free of any nationalist or religious incitement, and were centered around union demands on one hand and growing calls for regime change on the other. The el-Mahalla el-Kubra struggle did not remain isolated. Train drivers also began striking, followed by workers in other cities in the textile and steel industries. Some of the protests were against the privatization of other factories.

Another sign of the increasing power of the Egyptian workers’ movement was the customs workers’ success in forming a union independent from the official union controlled by the regime. All these struggles gave the workers experience and strengthened their belief that results could be achieved. On the other hand, they also severely undermined faith in the regime, which was compelled to back down time after time in the face of public support for the workers and their demands. However, all attempts to coordinate between workers’ organizations failed because of the violent suppression and unceasing persecution of the strikers’ leaders. What the workers failed to do was achieved via social networks by the same anonymous young Egyptians who took the workers’ struggle a step further and brought millions of people onto the streets with a common demand: to bring down with the regime.

Who’ll reap the benefits?

The April 6 Movement reflects the post-modern attitude which has gripped young people throughout the world: the desire to avoid politics. This of course is also its main weakness. Because politics is considered corrupt, many young people try to avoid getting their hands dirty. They make do with protest, but protest is not a political program. Managing a state, changing a regime and creating a new constitution are political acts of the first order. They demand democracy, yet democracy is not abstract freedom but the freedom to decide what form society will take – will it be religious or secular? Capitalist in neo-liberal form or welfare state? What status will women have? What status will be granted to workers, or to capitalists? There is no way of expressing democratic will except through elections, and elections can only be held via political parties which present their political platforms to the people. Their loathing of politics prevents the people, in particular the young protestors, from influencing the character of the regime.

Because the main forces leading the uprising are not represented by any party, the main fruits of the uprising will be enjoyed by the political forces currently active, to the resentment of those same young people who have lost faith in existing parties. At present, a relentless political struggle is being waged between three main blocs: the army, represented by Mubarak’s successor and head of the General Intelligence Services Omar Suleiman; the secular opposition parties led by former chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency and Nobel Prize recipient Mohamed El Baradei; and the Muslim Brotherhood, which has significant power and has played a cat-and-mouse game with the regime for many years. It must be noted that the US is deeply involved and simultaneously supports two of the three main players. Suleiman may be an option for the US if the army succeeds in suppressing the uprising, while ElBaradei may be an option if he wins popular support. The US will also consider talking to the Muslim Brotherhood to gain its support for a broad-based, stable government.

As things appear at present, it seems Mubarak is trying to transfer power to the army as smoothly as possible, as demanded by Obama. But Obama, while talking loftily about young Egyptians and his support for democracy, considers it vital that Mubarak makes a rapid exit so that the army can constitute an anchor for the new regime. On the other hand, El Baradei and his supporters seek a civil government along western lines, and want the army to go back to the barracks after its heavy involvement in politics during the last 60 years. The Muslim Brotherhood for its part will try to maintain its influence on society and even increase its religious autonomy and strengthen Sharia law, without making any immediate claims on the regime. Of course, if the army continues to control Egypt, the uprising will have been abortive. This is clear to the masses who thronged to Tahrir Square today and refuse any negotiations with Suleiman. Obama will not oppose the army’s attempts to persuade the people to go peacefully back to their homes, but if such persuasion fails, there will be no option but to form a temporary government and prepare for democratic elections.

Which economic regime will take over?

What economic regime will take over after the revolution? This is the major question which has not been addressed at all so far. What will happen to all those wealthy elites which are the basis of Mubarak’s regime and whom that regime serves? It’s clear that all political forces currently competing to reap the rewards of the uprising support the economic system in place today. After all, in their opinion, socialism has been proved a failure and the welfare state has collapsed. The struggle, then, is over the political regime while all efforts are made to avoid undermining the economic structure. Egyptian democracy will continue to nurture private capital and support privatization while the nation will be left with a choice between Islamic capitalism like Iran or secular capitalism like the west, or most likely Turkey.

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

Posted by entdinglichung - 2. Februar 2011

ältere Archiv-Updates und Hinweise zu weiteren linken Archivalien unter „Sozialistika“ und im Download-Archiv … auf Anarkismo ein Artikel zu Dimitris Karampilias (1872-1954) und auf Wilde Texte zu Ernst Meyer:

Rassembler, diffuser les archives des révolutionnaires (RaDAR):

* Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista (POUM): Révolution espagnole, 17. September 1936
* Jeunesses socialistes révolutionnaires (JSR): Révolution !, Februar 1937

Big Flame 1970-1984:

* POSITION ON INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY PART 2: SOUTHERN AFRICA (Miscellaneous Big Flame Documents no 10)
** How shall we fight the oppressor? The British Left and the Anti-Apartheid Movement (1982, pdf-Datei)
** Southern Africa Special Supplement (1986, pdf-Datei)
** Women in Zimbabwe (1982, pdf-Datei)
** Zimbabwe: ZANU Turns Sour (1983, pdf-Datei)

La Bataille Socialiste:

* Claude Journès: Un « communiste » sur le Parti socialiste de Grande-Bretagne (1977/1979)

Marxists Internet Archive (MIA):

* Friedrich Adler: The Witchcraft Trial in Moscow (1936)
* Raya Dunayewskaya: The Revolt In The Slave Labor Camps In Vorkuta (1955)
* Georgi Plechanow: On the So-Called Religious Seekings in Russia (1909)
* Au Bureau Politique du Comité Central du Parti Communiste de Russie (Déclaration des 46) (1923)
* Daniel de Leon: Com Marx Pela Leitura (1937)
* John MacLean: Proposals for Action (1911)
* John MacLean: The Strike at Singer’s (1911)
* John MacLean: End of Singer’s Strike (1911)
* John MacLean: The Rise in Prices (1911)
* John MacLean: Democracy and the Coming Coronation (1911)
* Karl Marx/Friedrich Engels: Kommunistliku Partei Manifest (1848)
* Friedrich Engels: Carta a Theodor Cuno (em Milão) (1872)
* Ted Grant: Cyprus War (1974)
* Ted Grant: Russia: reform or political revolution? (1987)
* Leo Trotzki: La trahison du „Parti Ouvrier d’Unification Marxiste“ espagnol (1936)
* Jean Longuet: The Socialist Party of France after the Elections (1902)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Carta aos Camaradas Bolcheviques que Participam no Congresso Regional dos Sovietes da Regição do Norte (1917)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Reunião do Comité Central do POSDR (b) 10 (23) de Outubro de 1917 (1917)
* Revolutionära Marxisters Förbund (RMF): Mullvaden 9/1972
** SPANIEN: frankismens skymning
** ITALIEN: arbetarråd på Fiat
** Kenth-Åke Andersson: ANTI-TROTSKISMEN i den svenska vänstern
* Communist Workers Group (Marxist-Leninist): Our Tasks on the National Question. Against Nationalist Deviations in Our Movement (1975)
* Voix Ouvrière: Reconstruire la IVème Internationale (1966)
* Gajo Petrovic: Хуманизмот и револуцијата (1973)
* Solidaire: Towards A Workers’ Movement: The Autonomous Left in Quebec (1973)

Materialien zur Analyse von Opposition (MAO):

* Erlangen-Nürnberg: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg – Teil 4: Das Wintersemester 1972/73
* Erlangen-Nürnberg: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg – Teil 3: Das Sommersemester 1972
* Erlangen-Nürnberg: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg – Teil 2: Das Wintersemester 1971/72
* Erlangen-Nürnberg: Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg – Teil 1: Die Jahre 1968 bis 1971
* Nürnberg: Sozialistische Hochschulgruppe (SHG)
* Linkliste zu Mannesmann und DEMAG
* Bochum: Ruhr-Universität. Zur Geschichte des Bochumer SDS
* Bochum: Ruhr-Universität. Aktivitäten politischer Gruppen
* Saarland: Kommunistischer Arbeiterbund Deutschlands (KABD) (u.a. mit einer Frühschrift von Günter Jacob)
* Kommunistischer Arbeiterbund Deutschlands (KABD) – Landesverband NRW
* Kommunistischer Arbeiterbund Deutschlands (KABD) – Landesverband Baden-Württemberg
* Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands/Marxisten-Leninisten – Revolutionärer Weg (KPD/ML-RW)

Collectif Smolny:

* Lucien Laurat: Le mouvement cyclique de la production moderne (1931)
* Le Groupe des Amis de Durruti (1937)
* Maximilien Rubel: Avant-propos (1960)
* Wladimir Iljitsch Lenin: Paix ou guerre ? (1918)
* Paul Mattick: The Lenin Legend (1935)

LibCom:

* CIRA-Nippon: Libero International introduction (1974)
* CIRA-Nippon: Libero International No. 1, Januar 1975
* CIRA-Nippon: Libero International No. 2, 1975
* Jan Wacław Machajski: State socialism (1900)
* Michael Maren: The food-aid racket (1993)
* Anselm Jappe: Guy Debord (1992/1999)
* Situationist International: Theses on the Paris Commune (1862)
* Loren Goldner: Short history of the world working-class movement from Lassalle to neoliberalism: The distorting hegemony of the unproductive middle classes (1988)
* Loren Goldner: American Primitive in Red, Black and White: Race and Class in the U.S. (1989)
* Philippe Bourrinet: The workers‘ councils in the theory of the Dutch-German communist left (?)

The Cedar Lounge Revolution:

* Murray Defence Committee: No Hanging Here: The case of Marie and Noel Murray (~ 1976/1977)

Centro de Documentación de los Movimientos Armados (CeDeMA):

* Paulo César/León Palacios: El M-19 y la subversión cultural bogotana en los 70: el caso de la revista Alternativa (2008)
* Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN): Actividades guerrilleras 1978-Enero 1979 (1979)
* Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN): Propuesta de integración y plataforma del gobierno provisional de amplia participación (1984)

Europe Solidaire Sans Frontières (ESSF):

* Ernest Mandel: Les individus et les classes sociales : le cas de la Seconde guerre mondiale (1986)
* Ernest Mandel: L’explication marxiste des crises de surproduction (1982)
* Edward Said: The Morning After (1993)
* Alain Gresh: Dinshwaï, 1906 – la lutte toujours recommencée des paysans égyptiens (2007)

Workers‘ Liberty:

* Paddy Dollard: (1996)

The Militant:

* 25, 50 and 75 years ago (1936/1961/1986)
* Leo Trotzki: The USSR in war (1939, Auszug)

Espace contre ciment:

* Natalia Sedowa Trotzki: Bruch mit der 4. Internationale (1951)
* Ferment ouvrier révolutionnaire/Fomento obrero revolucionario (FOR): Schéma de nos divergences avec Socialisme ou Barbarie (1961)
* Paul Mattick: Nationalisme et socialisme (1959)
* Julius Dickmann: Die Formwandlung des Klassenkampfes (1918, Auszüge)

Révolution en Iran:

* Rosa Luxemburg: Un devoir d’honneur (1918)

Labournet Austria:

* Tet-Offensive, Jänner/Februar 1968 (Film)

Ofenschlot:

* Amadeo Bordiga: Gewalt und Diktatur im Klassenkampf, Einleitung (1946, Auszug)

For Workers‘ Power:

* Social Revolution: Introduction to Social Revolution (1976)
* Social Revolution: NUS: What Now? (1976)
* Social Revolution: Where We’re At (1976)
* Ian Pirie: School Report (1976)
* World Revolution: The SPGB: Parliamentary Cretins (1976, wo die IKS Recht hat, da hat sie Recht)

Leftcom:

* Onorato Damen/Luigi Repossi/Mario Lanfranchi/Venegoni Carlo/Mario Manfredi/Bruno Fortichiari: Costituzione del Comitato d’Intesa (1925)

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Fuck Hamas. Fuck Israel. Fuck Fatah. Fuck UN. Fuck UNWRA. Fuck USA!

Posted by entdinglichung - 29. Dezember 2010

Ein Manifest von Jugendlichen aus Gaza für den Wandel … in englischer Sprache bei Bataille Socialiste, in deutscher Übersetzung auf Radio Chiflado, … hier einige Auszüge:

„Fuck Hamas. Fuck Israel. Fuck Fatah. Fuck UNO. Fuck UNWRA. Fuck USA!

Es ist eine Revolution die in uns wächst, durch eine ungeheure Unzufriedenheit und Frustration, die uns zerstören wird, wenn wir nicht den Weg finden, diese Energie in etwas, das den Status quo herausfordern kann und uns eine Art von Hoffnung gibt.

Wir wollen nicht hassen, wir möchten nicht all diese Gefühle leben und wir wollen nicht die Opfer mehr sein. GENUG! Genug Schmerz, Tränen genug, genug Leid, genug der Kontrolle, den Einschränkungen , ungerechten Rechtfertigungen, genug des Terror, der Folter, den Entschuldigungen, Bombardierungen, den schlaflose Nächte, toten Zivilisten, schwarzen Erinnerungen, und der düsteren Zukunft, genug den fanatischen Politikern, dem religiösen Bullshit, genug der Haft! WIR SAGEN STOP! Dies ist nicht die Zukunft die wir wollen !“

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