Battaglia Comunista

Dla polskich robotników droga do socjalizmu wiedzie przez zbrojne powstanie (Poznań, 1956)

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Odezwa ta pochodzi z 6 numeru „Battaglia Comunista" (lipiec/sierpień 1956), czasopisma Komunistycznej Partii Internacjonalistów z siedzibą we Włoszech.

Venezuela: The dead-end of the "Bolivarian Road to Socialism"

There was no revolution in Venezuela. Being against neo-liberalism is not the same as opposing capitalism but only one form of it. However, it does feed into the social democratic narrative of Corbynism. Today, in the middle of an election campaign, the assertion that “Venezuela is socialist” is happily repeated by right wing papers and politicians to gloat over the social disaster which Venezuela has become.

On recent events around SiCobas in Italy

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Two articles by Battaglia Comunista translated from Italian analysing two stories which demonstrate some of the limitations of base (rank and file) unionism. The first concerns the split in SiCobas which has seen the formation of Solcobas and the second on a classic sting targetting of Aldo Milani, chief spokesperson for SiCobas.