Submitted by OliverTwister on Dec 29 2016 19:28
Submitted by Soapy on Dec 28 2016 19:48
The catastrophic election results have left Democratic Party hacks lashing out at, well, pretty much everyone for failing to support their miserable candidate.
Submitted by libcom on Dec 28 2016 12:25
An overview of visits to libcom.org over the past year.
Submitted by Hieronymous on Dec 25 2016 18:17
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense, founded in Oakland, California. I went to the Oakland Museum of California to see the exhibit "All Power to the People: Black Panthers at 50" and it got me to reflect on how the Panthers and other movements of that era affected many radical projects that continued in their legacy.
Submitted by Nate on Dec 24 2016 05:34
Short review of three books on migration, the drug trade, the drug war, and violence in Mexico and Central America.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Dec 22 2016 11:04
In this episode of Living the Dream (a podcast from The Word From Struggle Street a collaborative anti-capitalist blog from Brisbane) Jon (@jonpiccini) and Dave (@withsobersenses) talk about the weird as hell political environment of the Age of Trump.
Submitted by Crossly on Dec 21 2016 21:40
Venezuela is breaking into pieces, and the violence in Bolívar City may be just the beginning.
Submitted by OliverTwister on Dec 17 2016 16:36
Submitted by OliverTwister on Dec 17 2016 16:28
The decision that the CNT took at its eleventh congress (December 2015) to re-found the IWA is the latest act in the process of updating anarcho-syndicalism which began with the resurrection of the CNT in 1977, and which still isn’t finished.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Dec 15 2016 19:56
Latest blog post from from The Word From Struggle Street a collaborative anti-capitalist blog from Brisbane. Here I make some personal reflections on my very marginal participation in the #CUB55 struggle and then some more general observations about the state of the trade unions and class struggle.
Submitted by AnarchoDoom on Dec 13 2016 00:26
A post on why workers should oppose automation unless we can carry it out in our own interests and why a Universal Basic Income is not going to be the answer to the resulting immiseration
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Dec 11 2016 12:51
This is the latest episode of Living The Dream the podcast from The Word From Struggle Street a collaborative anti-capitalist blog from Brisbane. We chat about recent Workplace Organising 101 Training
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Dec 9 2016 15:20
Invitation to join a workers' intervention at Heathrow airport
Submitted by Soapy on Dec 9 2016 14:44
Simpsonwave is a video remix series whose success lies in its ability to connect between its source material on a deep level. The Simpsons has its origins in a deep social critique and a groundbreaking willingness to touch on emotionally realistic situations. This ties in well with the music of vaporwave, which is an uncompromisingly subversive and cathartic form of social criticism.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Dec 7 2016 13:39
This is the latest episode of Living The Dream the podcast from The Word From Struggle Street a collaborative anti-capitalist blog from Brisbane. We chat about a recent Melbourne counter-rally to a Trump celebration rally, antifascism, the altright , and a viable form of anticapitalist practice.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Dec 6 2016 09:36
Climate change could displace millions of people. Can fascistic responses be inoculated against? The second of two pieces looking at climate migration, anti-migrant populisms, and no borders politics.
Submitted by Supply Chain Re... on Dec 1 2016 03:58
"Energy Supply Chains: Working Class Solidarity & Stopping the Dakota Access Pipeline" presentation at 3rd Annual Howard Zinn Book Fair on Sunday December 4th, 2016 11:00 a.m. – 12 noon at San Francisco City College Mission Campus. Attendees will be taken through a "thought experiment" that imagines solidarity spreading throughout the entire energy supply chain in solidarity with the protests to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Submitted by Fredo Corvo on Nov 28 2016 05:19
A council communist view from the Netherlands.
It is not by supporting a middle-class program - be it left of right in the spectrum of bourgeois politics - that the proletariat can defend itself.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Nov 25 2016 13:36
Some of us take part in the ’40 years of Lucas Plan’ conference in Birmingham, 26th of November 2016
(http://lucasplan.org.uk/) - We wrote down some basic thoughts on workers' control, the state and technology
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Nov 25 2016 09:57
Climate change could displace millions of people, and border politics are a matter of life and death. The first of two pieces looking at climate migration, anti-migrant populisms, and no borders politics.