Submitted by Phil on Aug 22 2012 00:01
For what seems like forever, the Julian Assange saga has been everywhere. On TV, in the papers, on Facebook and Twitter, it's been impossible to avoid it and all the horrific misogyny and rape apologism that comes with it. Underlying all of which is a cliché - at that a fallacious one - which defines pretty much all of the worst in leftist politics: the enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Aug 21 2012 16:55
An interview conducted with two members of St Louis libertarian group, Autonomy Alliance.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Aug 21 2012 09:01
A reader I compiled from various texts online of the AAUD/AAUD-E.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 20 2012 17:22
I am not normally someone who is interested in conspiracy theories, however, there are some strange shenanigans happening with my mail…amongst other things.
Submitted by Soapy on Aug 18 2012 17:23
After a trip to Montréal I have some recommendations as to how we can get on their level.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 18 2012 11:54
Following two months of mass demonstrations, civil disobedience, sit-ins, rallies, 70 arrests, and marches, Houston Janitors have won a huge victory against the bosses.
Submitted by Phil on Aug 18 2012 11:25
Of late, I've been doing a lot of thinking on my role in the workplace. As many who read my blogs regularly will know, I'm a lay rep in the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS). I've long been aware of the conflict between this role and my politics as an anarcho-syndicalist militant, but I'm finding that conflict increasingly harder to overcome. This post is an attempt at evaluating and addressing this.
Submitted by Django on Aug 18 2012 08:55
The UK also has no qualms over disproportionate sentencing or criminal sanctions for occupational protest.
Submitted by Cindy Milstein on Aug 18 2012 00:10
Cindy Milstein on the Québec student strike as some general assemblies start to vote to return to class.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 17 2012 23:02
Three campuses of the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in South Africa have been closed down due to violent clashed between students and the police.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 17 2012 18:50
Have you thought about writing for Freedom?
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 17 2012 13:59
More than 11,000 Colombian prisoners across 21 jails are now over two weeks into a hunger strike and other acts of resistance.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 17 2012 13:16
It has become clear from statements put out by Alberto Durango and Chris Ford that they intend to create a break away organisation from the IWW. This is not only in breach of our constitutional rules and principle, not least the core Industrial Unionist principle of the One Big Union, but places the workers who leave in a very vulnerable position as they will no longer be afforded the protection which members of the IWW benefit from.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 17 2012 12:45
School children across Santiago have occupied schools and blocked roads as part of a protest movement for education reform. The Chilean police refer to the children as 'hooded vandals' , and have violently removed them from the occupied schools.
Submitted by rooieravotr on Aug 16 2012 18:26
The Syrian events are a challenge for both left wing party people and revolutionaries. Part of the confusion, however, is related to matters of definition, choice of words and what they mean. One such word is 'revolution'. Does it apply? And if so, what does that mean?
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 16 2012 16:04
Earlier today at least seven striking miners have been gunned down and killed by security forces at South African platinum mine. The killings are the latest in a long line of deaths during a strike that is complicated by a bitter and violent inter-union dispute over membership numbers.
Submitted by Choccy on Aug 16 2012 13:34
Kickstarting a discussion on Stephen Jay Gould's first popular book form the late 70s, Ever Since Darwin.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 15 2012 23:08
The dispute of cleaners at the John Lewis Partnership’s flagship at Oxford Street store has ended with significant success for the workers who took strike action in July.
Submitted by working class s... on Aug 15 2012 22:01
Over the last six weeks, Sudan has seen the birth of a decentralised and leaderless protest movement against the government, known as the “Sudan Revolts”. This is in response to the virtually bankrupt Sudanese government has scrapped all fuel subsidies, and has more than doubled the price of petrol.
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Aug 15 2012 18:10
A short blog detailing and analysing a low-level direct action in which I participated in the recent past.