fascism

The Japanese man who died on the Spanish front - Miyamoto Masao

An English translation from the Esperanto article on the life and death of the Japanese volunteer in the Spanish Civil War. First published in Sennaciulo 57/2 of February 1986, as part of a series of articles to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.

For an anti-fascist, revolutionary unionism

For an anti-fascist, revolutionary unionism.

A statement by the African Peoples Caucus of the Twin Cities Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) about revolutionary unionism's responsibility to be anti-fascist.

Against the mainstream: Nazi privatization in 1930s Germany

An article about the wave of privatisations carried out by the Nazi party in the 1930s.

O antifascismo como forma de adesão ao sistema - El último de Filipinas Alacant

Uma crítica à adesão ao reforço do Estado, do aparato repressivo, do poder da classe dominante e da aliança com os exploradores sob o pretexto de combater outra vertente do poder da classe dominante, o fascismo.

Para acabar com o fascismo e com o antifascismo: luta de classes - Askö

Crítica da aceitação da canalização do antagonismo de classes na polarização intercapitalista entre fascismo e antifascismo.

Words can cut deep: speech and violence

A post about an often overlooked role that speech and expression play in human interactions.

Free speech and its limitations in response to dealing with the far right

milo yiannopoulos

A short response to the article The Question of Freedom of Speech Facing Socialists, arguing that there is a big difference between state censorship and a direct action no platform approach.

Hulme against fascism, 1936

Hulme Town Hall, late 19th century

A short account of the attacks on Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists organisation in Hulme, Manchester.

The battle of Stockton, 1933

Central Stockton around this time

A short account, by David Walsh, of the smashing off the streets of Oswald Mosley's fascist Blackshirts in Stockton.

Liverpool versus Oswald Mosley, 1937

Mosley in hospital, 1937

A short account of the time in 1937 when fascist leader Oswald Mosley attempted to address the people of Liverpool, and was promptly hospitalised when they threw stones at him.