Submitted by Tom Jennings on Oct 24 2012 20:28
Official 'truth' being more dishonest as well as stranger than fiction, Tom Jennings looks instead at feral youth fairytales screened since last August's riots.
Submitted by libcom on Oct 24 2012 16:35
Ahead of the London anarchist bookfair on Saturday, here's a few recommendations and announcements from the libcom team.
Submitted by working class s... on Oct 23 2012 22:29
The military dictatorship in Fiji are attempting to crush the trade union movement in the run up to alleged free elections in 2014.
Submitted by Liberté Locke on Oct 23 2012 18:40
In memory of assaulted and slain Starbucks barista Whitney Heichel.
TRIGGER WARNING FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE
Submitted by working class s... on Oct 23 2012 13:28
15,000 Bangladeshi garment workers blockade a key highway in protest at unpaid wages. Meanwhile, bosses at the company – who supply Primark and New Look – are arrested on embezzlement charges in the country’s largest ever corruption case
Submitted by working class s... on Oct 22 2012 15:47
A brief look at the decision by over 30 players not to wear the 'Kick it Out Campaign' T-shirt, and the response of the football establishment elite.
Submitted by rooieravotr on Oct 22 2012 14:24
In at least four countries, there will be a general strike on November 14. There are calls to turn it into a European general strike. What to make of the idea, how to operate most fruitfully in connection to these and similar initiatives, is the subject of this article.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 22 2012 04:09
Nate Hawthorne reviews Solidarity Federation's upcoming pamphlet, Fighting for ourselves: anarcho-syndicalism and the class struggle.
Submitted by Phil on Oct 21 2012 19:00
Saturday October 20 saw the TUC's "Future That Works" march and rally. It was the second biggest demonstration so far against austerity, the belated follow-up to the "March for the Alternative" last year. But what was the point? And where do we go from here?
Submitted by AnarchoDoom on Oct 21 2012 13:49
Arguments I see time and time again against left-wing politics include “human nature will get in the way” or “it ignores human nature”. Recently I’ve even seen this argument trotted out by people on the left, that any future system must “take human nature into account”. It’s fairly clear what is meant here without asking too many questions. Human beings are selfish. Human beings only work in their own self-interest and that this is natural. But I believe this to be wrong. This blog post will hopefully explain why.
Submitted by Nate on Oct 21 2012 06:55
This blog post argues that "No politics" is a bad idea and an inaccurate description of the IWW.
Submitted by Thrasybulus on Oct 20 2012 09:49
One man died at protests during the recent general strike in Greece - so far the 20th general strike against austerity, while austerity continues relentlessly...
Submitted by Cindy Milstein on Oct 19 2012 20:35
Submitted by Collective Action on Oct 19 2012 17:08
Collective Action analyses the experience and draws lessons from the Occupy movement almost a year after the establishment of the first Occupy camps in the UK.
Submitted by Schwarz on Oct 19 2012 09:25
Many people with anti-state and anti-electoral views will nevertheless organize around the defense of social programs when they are under attack. Should the same orientation hold for the right to vote?
Submitted by working class s... on Oct 18 2012 23:06
A brief look at the recent government plans to offer workers company shares in exchange for their basic employment rights.
Submitted by working class s... on Oct 15 2012 21:50
If you are in any doubt as to the extent of the state’s control freakery and paranoia, then you need not be any longer.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Oct 15 2012 12:14
Submitted by working class s... on Oct 13 2012 09:29
A brief look at privatisation and outsourcing in higher education.
Submitted by Phil on Oct 13 2012 09:10
A brief note on why forms of action taken at the behest of trade union structures cannot be equated with rank-and-file led organisation and direct action.