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Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia

Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia

Red Star: The First Bolshevik Utopia

Anarchist Science Fiction - Iain McKay

Iain M. Banks collection

From https://anarchism.pageabode.com/anarcho/anarchist-science-fiction-few-random-thoughts-current-crisis

It is with a sad heart that I write this article – Iain Banks, the Scottish writer, has died at a far too early age. Reading the many interviews and obituaries, it is obvious that one of the good guys has shuffled off this moral coil.

Our First Temptations

As we're in the coronavirus era let's take a look at the meaning of hope in this era and how we can benefit from it.

Accepting to be a drop you become ocean

Yellow Vests

The "Yellow submarines collective" made this moving video based on an open letter that was signed by 1,400 artists and technicians titled “We will not be deceived", published in the newspaper Libération” on 5th May, 2019.
https://en.labournet.tv/accepting-be-drop-you-become-ocean

Intro to communism through the camping trip

This was written a while back and is meant to be a simple intro for those new to communism. This intro is made to help assist newcomers to some of the simple misunderstandings surrounding communism.

Iron Bars on the House of Labour

An overlay of two images. The CUPE Ontario Flag with a grouping of cops marching

How accepting surveillance officers and other parts of the repressive state into trade unions is a threat to organizers across so-called Canada...

Azadi (volume 1 issue 4, December 2017) - Indian Anarchist Federation

Azadi, meaning freedom and liberty, is a 4 page newsletter by Indian Anarchist Federation. Published and distributed primarily in city of Bhopal. It began in 2017.

Dead fascist poets society: why Casa Pound are no book club

The liberal commentariat seems to be completely unable to resist the allure of the far-right. The latest example: an article on Literary Hub that portrays violent neo-fascist gang Casa Pound as some sort of edgy poetry club.

Folk devils and moral panics

Mods and rockers fight, Brighton 1964

A detailed study by Stanley Cohen of the making of "moral panics" by the media, in particular examining the mods and rockers youth culture in the UK in the 1960s.