No War but the Class War

No War But the Class War

A decade on since the financial crash world capitalism’s basic problem of low profitability remains. The only way the capitalists can revive ‘growth’ is by starting a new cycle of accumulation and this can only be done if a mass of existing capital is devalued.

Against Imperialist Massacres: No War but the Class War!

Capitalist class rule sits atop a mountain of corpses. Syria continues to be a battleground for imperialist interests scrambling to gain a foothold in the region, as well as a potential site for the start of a Third World War. In response to this deepening crisis, June will see a series of meetings to launch a revolutionary alternative to the bosses’ war drive. The meetings will mark the re-emergence of a platform for struggle under the slogan of “No War But The Class War” (NWBCW).

We won't go to Kosovo - No War But The Class War

A text produced by a participant in the NWBTCW group in London 1999 about the movement of desertion and protest in and around the Yugoslav Army towards the end of the NATO bombardment.

Reduction of fire hazard: in the event of firefighter strike or war against Iraq - No War But The Class War

A public-service announcement from Her Majesty's No War But The Class War Office on how to respond to a strike of firefighters or the outbreak of war against Iraq.

The Fire-fighters - No War But The Class War

No War But The Class War leaflet produced at the beginning of the 2002-2003 firefighter's strike.

Against war and capitalism - No War But The Class War

Leaflet from November 2001 analysing the movement against the war in Afghanistan.

Against capitalist war, against capitalist 'peace' - No War But The Class War

Leaflet produced following the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan

Preliminary notes on the situation in Palestine and further abroad - No War But The Class War

Leaflet from 2002, looking at the Palestinian and Afghan conflicts through the lens of the changing development of capitalism in those regions.