A libertarian socialist analysis of Women's roles in the Russian Revolution, critiquing Lenin and Bolshevik moves against Women's Autonomy. The author shows in every case where the party was wrong, Women were at the front, starting with the first day of the revolution when the party and the male workers were too scared to carry out the general strike. Women's Autonomy guarantees the success of the worker's revolution, which is incomplete in-itself.
Since 19th of July, Russian anho.org (shorthand for "Anarchist Hosting")
has been targeted with a DDoS - attack. Since then, numerous activist
s have been unaccessible - including Indymedia-Siberia and various
anarchist groups (Autonomous Action of Kazan, Autonomous Action of
Irkutsk, Inter-Professional Union of Workers etc.). Main goal of the
attackers is antijob.anho.org - website, committed to defence of workers
against employers. This project includes popular feature "black list of
employers" http://antijob.anho.org/black_list/, where workers are
reporting problematic employers.