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Jul 3 2015 17:38
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I would like to be able to submit a 40ish page pamphlet that I wrote. It's about organizing. How would I go about that?

feel free to post to our library section

The problem is that it is 40 something pages long. I know that on this site you all have literature that is split up into chapters. Like you have links for different chapters so it's easier to read. I want to do that, but don't see how.

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Jul 3 2015 23:32

Hey, thanks it explains how to do that here:
http://libcom.org/library/notes/content-guidelines/howto-article-submiss...

to get more readers for long texts it also helps if you add PDF, mobi and epub versions in the file attachments section. Links to sites where you can make these here: http://libcom.org/library/online-article-tools

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Jul 10 2015 16:53

Hello to you all!

We would like to post 2 articles we' ve published recently in our website (skya.espiv.net):

The 1st one about the recent referendum and the situation in Greece right now:

http://skya.espiv.net/2015/07/10/guide-for-collective-survival-in-times-...

The next one about workfare politics in Greece:

http://skya.espiv.net/2015/06/08/workfare-politics/

In solidarity,

Assembly for the Circulation of Struggles (skya)

http://skya.espiv.net/2011/12/01/assembly-for-the-circulation-of-struggl...

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Jul 10 2015 17:40
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Hello to you all!

We would like to post 2 articles we' ve published recently in our website (skya.espiv.net):

I've upgraded your permissions so you should be able to post those two articles now.

Thanks!

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Jul 19 2015 22:58

Hi, I would like to post an article about the THE ASSEMBLY of WORKERS and UNEMPLOYED
AGAINST THE ONGOING POLICY OF AUSTERITY AND DEVALUATION MEETING AT SYNTAGMA SQUARE

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THE ASSEMBLY of WORKERS and UNEMPLOYED
AGAINST THE ONGOING POLICY OF AUSTERITY AND DEVALUATION
NEXT MEETING
at SYNTAGMA SQUARE

MONDAY 20/7, 7 pm

For the last five years, the policy of devaluation not only of our labour power but also of our life as a whole (also known as the “Memorandum”) has been relentless and inexorable. It is served and promoted both by the Right wing and the Left wing of the state and capital.
We, waged workers, unemployed, students and housewives who make this announcement, are people who have been involved in various class struggles, either within the workplaces or in the working-class neighborhoods, all these years.

We are the ones who, whether we voted in favor of NO, meaning NO to the policy of austerity and devaluation as a whole, or abstained from the referendum consciously, rejecting the dilemmas posed by the political parties, share a common desire. The desire to defend the interests of our class against the interests of the bosses and to contribute to all possible ways of collective action to meet our social needs.

We share, in short, the necessity:

TO ORGANIZE THE VISIBILITY OF OUR CLASS AND OF OUR NEEDS IN THE PUBLIC SPACE 

For the last five years we have suffered far too much and now the capitalist state is assuring us, after adopting the 3rd Memorandum, that we will continue to suffer: wage and pension reductions, cuts in health and education spending, non-existent unemployment benefits, increases in the direct taxation of our homes, increases in the indirect taxation on food, catering, transport.

We spit on the “humanitarian aid” offered to us by local and the international capitalists and the political personnel that represents them. We are not beggars, we do not need them; they are the ones who are still here thanks to our own “humanism” and the coercive labour time that we provide them with.

WE WILL NOT REMAIN PASSIVE SPECTATORS OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS. WE WILL NOT GO WINDOW-SHOPPING STARING AT THE PRICE OF THE VARIOUS POLITICAL COMMODITIES

“We were spared the grexit and  financial suffocation! ”,  say the government crooks who share smilingly together with the usurer states the same mystifying ideology and practice of the “state of exception”. Behind this ideology and practice of false blackmailing dilemmas (“euro or drachma?”) they hide not their ‘exceptional’ but their permanent need to usurp the wealth produced by the productive and reproductive labour of the local and “foreign” proletariat.

WE WILL TAKE BACK WHAT BELONGS TO US! WE KNOW THAT THE SATISFACTION OF EVEN OUR MOST IMMEDIATE NEEDS NECESSARILY LEADS US TO THE REAPPROPRIATION OF THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION AND COMMUNICATION THAT WE AND THE PAST GENERATIONS OF PROLETARIANS HAVE CREATED 

We declare that the presence and involvement of fascists, racists, sexists and stalinists in our assembly is undesirable. We are not patriots, we do not struggle under any national flags. The earth is our homeland. We do not struggle under the vague and misleading labels of “citizens”, “residents / neighbors”, “private owners” and the “people” that crooked politicians everywhere use to obscure the reality of social inequality and the exploitation of labor.

We invite all comrades, all the people who have been fighting, and still are, in an autonomous way in workplaces and neighborhoods against the policy of devaluation and recuperation in the previous years, to join organizational efforts with us and continue resisting the application laws of the new memorandum to be voted these days in the Parliament by the informal all-party government of SYRIZA-ANEL-ND-PASOK-THE RIVER. And above all, to find ways for the immediate satisfaction of our needs.

ASSEMBLY of WORKERS and UNEMPLOYED at Syntagma Square

14/7/2015

ADDENDUM: On Wednesday 15, after the end of the morning demonstration of workers in the public sector, the Assembly made an intervention at the subway to claim free transport. On Thursday 16,  working groups which were proposed in the first meeting for the organization of activities and events were formed. On Sunday 19, the Assembly will take solidarity action with the striking workers in the commercial sector who will blockade the central commercial street of Athens against the abolition of the Sunday holiday. On Tuesday 21st and Thursday 23rd, the Assembly will organize two public meetings, one on the new austerity measures and one on the self-reduction of prices and debts in Syntagma Square.

http://synelefsi-syntagmatos.espivblogs.net/
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Jul 21 2015 02:33

Hi, comrades.

I'm an anarchist activist and graduate student in Los Angeles, CA, USA. The collective I'm a part of publishes a general-interest anarchist news letter/magazine called Black Flag. Check it out here: https://theanarchistassociation.wordpress.com/projects/faa-newsletter/

If this newsletter would be of interest to libcom readers, we'd love to be allowed to post them on the site.

Feel free to email me directly at catullus1984@riseup.net for further questions.

Solidarity.

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Jul 25 2015 08:33

I would like to submit an article by Helmut Wagner of the Dutch GIK that first appeared in the journal Ratekorrespondenz.

The name of the piece is Anarchism and the Spanish Revolution.

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Jul 25 2015 09:17

I've also gone and done a translation of a pamphlet written by the Proletenstemmen (Voice of the Proletariat), ICL (Internationalist Communist League), Internationale Arbeiders Raden Vereeniging (International Workers’ Councils Association), and GIK (Group of International Communists) on the Spanish Civil War from another translation into Spanish that I found.

The pamphlet is much shorter (about 1000 words), whereas the Wagner piece is roughly 8500 words.

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Jul 26 2015 16:32

Hey Emanuel, I've changed your permissions, so you should be able to post in the library now.

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Jul 27 2015 00:13

Thanks for that, I appreciate it. I've got other stuff that I'll be translating soon, and things I've written that I want to submit as well.

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Jul 28 2015 13:08
Emanuel Santos wrote:
Thanks for that, I appreciate it. I've got other stuff that I'll be translating soon, and things I've written that I want to submit as well.

great stuff, look forward to it!

Martino, you now have posting permissions as well. Apologies about the delay

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Aug 29 2015 12:52

We translated into Portuguese some excerpts from the Libcom intervention in the debate "Parecon or libertarian communism?":

http://humanaesfera.blogspot.com.br/2015/08/abolicao-do-trabalho-e-circu...

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Aug 31 2015 10:39
Joaos wrote:
We translated into Portuguese some excerpts from the Libcom intervention in the debate "Parecon or libertarian communism?":

http://humanaesfera.blogspot.com.br/2015/08/abolicao-do-trabalho-e-circu...

many thanks for that! I have now posted that to our Portuguese language section. Please feel free to post your translations straight to our library in the Portuguese section in the future!

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Aug 31 2015 12:38

Thank you! I found it difficult to find the section in Portuguese. In the list of languages in https://libcom.org/library/libcomorg-other-languages lack the link to https://libcom.org/tags/portugues.

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Aug 31 2015 22:10
Joaos wrote:
Thank you! I found it difficult to find the section in Portuguese. In the list of languages in https://libcom.org/library/libcomorg-other-languages lack the link to https://libcom.org/tags/portugues.

thanks for pointing out that permission, that is now fixed!

I don't know if you know anyone who could translate our About section but if you did we would really appreciate it! http://libcom.org/notes/about

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Sep 5 2015 12:32

That's a good idea. We are already translating it. We consider libcom as a great reference, because of all content, and because it prevents the fragmentation of libertarian content over the Internet, which in turn today tends to feudalize it and privatize it in inaccessible "social networks".

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Sep 5 2015 22:17
Joaos wrote:
That's a good idea. We are already translating it. We consider libcom as a great reference, because of all content, and because it prevents the fragmentation of libertarian content over the Internet, which in turn today tends to feudalize it and privatize it in inaccessible "social networks".

that's brilliant thanks very much and glad you like the site!

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Sep 7 2015 05:51

I'd love to post the articles from my blog... redjamal.wordpress.com

Especially the one on so called "gay marraige/rights", it'd be a great fit here

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Sep 7 2015 07:37

Hey Jamal, I copied and pasted your article and sent it to a gay guy(not someone I know, just a YouTube blogger) who had just come out and had been disowned by his brother and he wrote me back saying it was an amazing piece and had really helped him to look at his situation in a whole new light.
Good work mate.

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Sep 7 2015 19:10

Webby, I got a bit verklempt reading that. Makes me feel real good. Cheers mate

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Sep 7 2015 21:06

We completed the translation of the Libcom introduction now (see below).

From 1999 to 2008, we produced the "biblioteca virtual revolucionária" ("revolutionary Virtual Library", originally hosted in geocities.com, but now saved in www.oocities.org/autonomiabvr/princpl.html ), Which was composed by our translations (by "Grupo Autonomia") into portuguese language of works by Jean Barrot / Gilles Dauvé, Fredy Perlman, La Banquise, Situationist International, Paul Mattick, Pannekoek, Potere Operaio, Echanges et Mouvement, Kolinko, Harry Cleaver, Camatte, Cajo Brendel, Herman Gorter, Karl Korsch ... As we have read in https://libcom.org/blog/other-archives-hosted-libcomorg-06122009, we have seen that you have incorporated content from several old websites, and we had the idea to propose to you to incorporate the "biblioteca virtual revolucionária" before all content is lost. We have the entire website in a compressed file. It is possible to incorporate it?

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Translation from https://libcom.org/notes/about :
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libcom.org: uma introdução

libcom.org é uma ferramenta para todas as pessoas que desejam lutar para melhorar suas vidas, suas comunidades e suas condições de trabalho. Queremos discutir, aprender com os êxitos e fracassos do passado e desenvolver estratégias para aumentar o poder que nós, como gente comum, temos sobre as nossas próprias vidas.

O problema

Todo dia, nos levantamos para ir ao trabalho e receber ordens de um chefe. Nos sentamos no posto de trabalho e começamos a contar os minutos que faltam para voltar para casa, os dias que faltam para o fim de semana e para o próximo feriado, desperdiçando nossa vida. Ou pior, podemos não encontrar trabalho e ter de nos arranjar com subsídios do governo (seguros, auxílios). Ficamos preocupados com o pagamento das contas e do aluguel e, no fim de cada mês, sempre parece que temos o mesmo saldo bancário. Nos assombra a possibilidade de não termos o suficiente para o dia que começarmos uma família, talvez, quem sabe, no próximo ano. Nos dá raiva a última guerra que o governo decidiu iniciar, e mais uma vez fomos ignorados. Ouvimos as notícias mais recentes sobre as alterações climáticas e nos perguntamos se nossos filhos terão um futuro.

O problema é que, dia após dia, recriamos um mundo que não foi construído para satisfazer nossas necessidades e que não está sob nosso controle. Nele, não somos seres humanos, mas recursos humanos, engrenagens em uma máquina que só conhece um fim: o lucro. A busca incessante do lucro nos mantém em trabalhos maçantes, ou, se desempregados, procurando esses trabalhos; essa busca nos mantém continuamente preocupados com os pagamentos do aluguel ou a prestação da casa, quando na verdade nossas casas foram construídas e pagas há muito tempo; e essa busca mantém o planeta no rumo para um desastre ambiental, a medida que a mudança climática se acelera e os líderes mundiais pontificam.

Neste mundo, tudo tem um preço. A cada dia, mais e mais coisas entram no mercado. Há um séculos eram os automóveis, hoje até mesmo o DNA e a atmosfera terrestre têm um preço. Para as coisas que mais gostamos na vida - a amizade, o amor, o jogo - a ideia de dar um preço é absurda ou mesmo obscena. A ideia nos parece absurda porque o mercado não age pelos mesmos princípios que nós agimos. As "forças de mercado" deixam centenas de milhões famintos em um mundo com alimentos em abundância. Milhões morrem de doenças preveníveis, enquanto as empresas farmacêuticas gastam mais em marketing do que em pesquisa importante. O mercado não reconhece as necessidades humanas, reconhece apenas o dinheiro equivalente. A única maneira de conseguir dinheiro é trabalhando para um patrão ou reivindicando auxílios do Estado. Ao trabalhar por um salário, nossos próprios corpos e mentes entram no mercado como coisas a serem compradas e vendidas.

Quando trabalhamos, produzimos ainda mais coisas que podem ser vendidas no mercado. Mas nós não recebemos o pagamento pelo valor total que criamos, senão não haveria nenhum lucro para os patrões. Se a empresa não consegue lucros suficientes, ela entra em falência, somos demitidos e o dinheiro será investido em outro lugar. Os interesses dos patrões não são os mesmos que os nossos. O problema do mercado não é que os preços seriam muito altos ou a oferta muito baixa; e nem é a falta ou excesso de regulamentação. O problema é que tudo tem um preço. No mundo do mercado, as necessidades humanas só existem se por acaso formos ricos o suficiente para pagar. Os governos do mundo todo operam para defender essa ordem, ora com a isca da democracia e do bem-estar social, ora com o chicote da ditadura e da guerra. Este não é o nosso mundo.

Todo dia, pessoas comuns lutam. Trabalhadores se organizam, fazem greves, ocupam e se revoltam: lutam pelas necessidades humanas em um mundo desumano. Este site é para eles. Para ti. Para nós. Para nós que não temos nada para vender exceto a força de trabalho e nada a perder senão as correntes que nos aprisionam. Gente cujas vidas este mundo vampiresco consome até o osso. Quando lutamos pelas nossas necessidades, prefiguramos um mundo diferente, um mundo baseado no princípio "de cada um segundo suas faculdades, a cada um conforme suas necessidades". Um mundo de liberdade e comunidade: o comunismo libertário.

As ideias

O nome libcom é uma abreviação de "libertarian Communism" (comunismo libertário), que é a corrente política com que nos identificamos. O comunismo libertário é a expressão das tendências de cooperação e solidariedade sempre presentes nas sociedades humanas. Estas tendências de ajuda mútua podem ser encontradas por toda a sociedade; em pequenos gestos cotidianos tais como os de pessoas organizando coletivamente uma refeição, ou ajudando um estranho a levar um carrinho de bebê em um lance de escadas. Também podem se manifestar de maneiras mais visíveis, por exemplo, quando um grupo de trabalhadores fazem uma greve de solidariedade em apoio a outros trabalhadores, como a greve que o pessoal de terra da British Airways fez em apoio aos trabalhadores da empresa de serviço de refeição aérea Gate Gourmet, em 2005. Elas também podem explodir e se tornar uma força predominante na sociedade tal como ocorreu na Argentina inteira em 2001, Portugal em 1974, Itália nos anos 1960-1970, França em 1968, Hungria em 1956, Espanha em 1936, Rússia em 1917, Paris em 1871, etc.

Nos identificamos principalmente com as tendências de solidariedade, cooperação, ação direta e luta dos trabalhadores ao longo da história, não importa se eles se definiam conscientemente como comunistas libertários (como na revolução espanhola) ou não. Nós também somos influenciados por certas tradições teóricas e práticas específicas, como o anarco-comunismo, o anarco-sindicalismo, a ultra-esquerda, o comunismo de esquerda, o marxismo libertário, o comunismo de conselhos e outros.

Temos simpatias com escritores e organizações como Karl Marx, Gilles Dauvé, Maurice Brinton, o grupo Wildcat (Alemanha), a Anarchist Federation e a Solidarity Federation (Grã-Bretanha), o site prole.info, os grupos Aufheben, Solidarity, os situacionistas, a CNT (Espanha), entre outros.

No entanto, reconhecemos as limitações de aplicar essas idéias e formas de organização na sociedade contemporânea. Enfatizamos a compreensão e transformação das relações sociais que experimentamos aqui e agora em nossas vidas cotidianas para melhorar nossas circunstâncias e proteger o planeta, aprendendo também com os erros e acertos dos movimentos e ideias passadas da classe trabalhadora.

O site

O site contém notícias e análises das lutas dos trabalhadores, discussões e um arquivo crescente de mais de 16.000 artigos fornecidos pelos nossos mais de 10.000 usuários que vão desde história e biografias até textos teóricos, livros completos e panfletos. Incorporamos vários outros arquivos on-line ao longo dos anos, e, além disso, centenas de textos exclusivos escritos ou escaneados por ou para nós. Somos completamente independentes de todos os sindicatos e partidos políticos; o site é inteiramente financiado pelas contribuições de nossos administradores voluntários e por doações de usuários.

Se você pensa estar de acordo conosco, por que não se registrar e participar?

(Traduzido por: Humanaesfera [http://humanaesfera.blogspot.com.br / joaosac@yahoo.com.br ] e Manifesto A Economia do Vício [http://manifestoaeconomiadovicio.blogspot.com.br])

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Sep 7 2015 22:04

That's brilliant thank you so much! I've now added that here: http://libcom.org/library/libcomorg-uma-introdu%C3%A7%C3%A3o

I will send you a private message about the website

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Sep 13 2015 14:30

I would like to post a short article in English, but since I can not write very well in English, I do not know if it is readable for English native speakers. Also, I do not know which section to publish it. I think it might be of interest to you because it is very related to the ideas of you in the debate on parecon. The article was originally written as a response to "libertarians" who see scarcity as a natural, objective and eternal consecration of private property and the market. (The original article in Portuguese: Propriedade privada, escassez e democracia)

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Private property, scarcity and democracy - Humanaesfera

"No one votes; neither the majority nor the minority ever makes the law. If a proposition can gather enough workers to put it into operation, whether they be in the majority or the minority, it is carried out, so long as it accords with the will of those who adhere to it." Description of a free association in the communism by Joseph Déjacque (Le Humanisphère, 1857).

Only one condition underlies the demand for democracy (including direct democracy): the scarcity. The claim for democracy only makes sense in the very ground on which flourishes private property - inaccessibility, deprivation, tyranny. The vote and profit are two poles of the same deprivation of access for people to its conditions of existence. Both poles presuppose the state, that is, violence. In a pole, policing in order to ensure by force the monopolization which establish the scarce (private property, prices, the free market, "invisible hand"). In the other pole, policing in order to compensate for monopolization (equitable distribution, voting, boring assemblies and meetings, distribution of rations and handouts of "social welfare"). Theses are the two poles of legitimization of the same status quo.

What underpins the two poles is the private mode of production, capitalism. Only that which can be monopolized has price: the scarcity is the very condition of existence of the market, the very definition of private property. The value of goods is proportional to the difficulty ("work") for access to its production. Thus, its mode of producing is mere labor, an activity devoid of any intrinsic value and only worth for something else (reward, retribution, merit, salary, money, profit) - therefore a ativity which is always abstract and servile. The machines replace the work, but in the private mode of production its function is solely to scourge the workers with unemployment so they "offer" to work even more for even less. To overcome the material basis of all this, we need to tear away this straightjacket, private property, and to free global productive forces to make them freely accessible practical conditions for anyone who wants to satisfy his inclinations, needs, desires and develop his faculties, abilities and passions - as activities worth for themselves.

From this perspective, even the most radical democratic claim for self-management ("factory to the workers!", "land to the peasants!") is inherently captive of private property and therefore of state (ie of violence), even captive of nationalist mythology ("the nation to nationals"). Self-management of enterprises are today clearly untenable, because if there are enterprises (whether self-managed or not), then the conditions of existence of the population remain private for her, that is, the workers are still coerced to selling themselves in the labor market in return for survival (wages). It is only possible to this deprivation (private property) be abolished by abolishing the enterprise (whether particular, cooperative, state ...), as well as by abolishing the national borders, liberating the productive forces worldwide in order to interconnect them to a network of immanent flows which surpasses the exchange for equivalents (no more reducing production to a extrinsic rule, for example, market, profit or hierarchy). Thereafter, the means of production can no longer be ownership of nobody because it have become, in itselves, the very worldwide material community of individuals in free association.

Once enterprise is abolished, it will not make longer sense to talk about employees or unemployed *, but only about individuals who associate freely through his many passions, needs, projects, desires, inclinations ... whose free expression will be itself production, activity (no longer subject to any equivalent, as it was dismantled the basis of domination which is the system of rewards and punishments). This will mean that, without having nothing to constrain nobody to sell (himself in the labor market) to survive, no one will be forced to buy, which makes the market completely obsolete (probably as a hobby for nothing, the market will still exist, never as a mandatory social link). The material basis for the flourishing of free individuality is communism, because it is the overcoming of the terrain of the massification comparative that is the coercion called competition (market, nations, hierarchy...).

It is true that, either by natural reasons or by technical insufficiency, some (or many, probably) productions will continue inevitably rare, scarce and not easily accessible and will therefore still be subject either to democracy (voting to decide a criteria: raffle, equal distribution, distribution according especific "work" done, or for people most urgently needed...) or to direct private appropriation. But the capacity to overcome capitalism by communism will be the greater the more its material basis, which is the free production, prevail over democratic production, that is, the more wealth is enjoyed as free creativity in the global human community. In contrast, if the democratic aspect predominate, it means the ground upon which the capital and state (democracy or dictatorship) springs from was unsurpassed and probably them will return in one way or another (starting with the "black market" and the survival of the state and the mythology of nation), as the most appropriate social form ("legitimate", they say) to the scarcity, the monopoly, to private property, to tyranny.

A final clarification: all ideas presented here boil down to classic positions of the proletariat since at least the eighteenth century (see bibliography below). And since none of these minimum needs has yet been met - and instead they was repressed almost to the point of becoming unconscious - and once the extent and intensity of proletarization today are the largest in history, communism remains more urgent than ever.

Humanaesfera, July 2014

Notes:
* Without jobs and unemployment, the division of labor will be supplanted by a division of tasks resulting from an explicit and conscious coordination of heterogeneous actions aimed at specific purposes that a free association of participants decide to perform (themselves, since class society was abolished) through the worldwide network of means of production freely accessible to anyone. It is exactly this immanent flow of the world's productive forces and of human capacities, abolishing the division of labor, which makes obsolete the exchange of equivalents, the market ... and the work itself.

Bibliografia:
- Eclipse and Re-emergence of the Communist Movement (1972) - Jean Barrot e François Martin
- Human Activity Against Labour (1982) - GCI-ICG
- Now and After: The ABC of Communist Anarchism (1929) - Alexander Berkman
-Le Humanisphère (1857) - Joseph Déjacque
- New Babylon (1959-74) - Constant Nieuwenhuys
- A world without money: communism (1975-76) - Les Amis de 4 Millions de Jeunes Travailleurs
- Questionnaire (1964) - Situationist International
- The reproduction of daily life (1969) - Fredy Perlman
- Lip and the self-managed counter-revolution (1973) - Négation
- The Network of Struggles in Italy (1970s) - Romano Alquati
-Kropotkin: Textos Escolhidos - org.: Mauricio Tragtenberg
-Grundrisse, German Ideology (Feuerbach) and Comments on James Mill, Karl Marx
- Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and schizophrenia - Gille Deleuze and Felix Guttari

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Sep 14 2015 03:21

I am the editor of Everyday Analysis (www.everydayanalysis.com). I'd like posting rights to put some of the left wing articles by our contributors up. Please do take a quick look at our site and see if you'd be happy to have us.

Alfie

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Sep 17 2015 15:16

An information: The article "Private property, scarcity and democracy" was reviewed by Marriott Red and already published in the library.

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Sep 24 2015 20:23

Hey I'd like to post a blog on freedom of speech and the rights of human beings.

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Sep 24 2015 21:03
KFC Hangover wrote:
Hey I'd like to post a blog on freedom of speech and the rights of human beings.

if you e-mail it to us at libcom.org at Gmail.com we'll have a look and let you know

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Sep 27 2015 12:41

Hello,

I've sent a couple of requests to the email asking for blog posting rights about ecological resistance - from both a personal and analyitical point of view.

Just wondering if these have been received.

Cheers

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Oct 13 2015 12:29

Hi, I am a new member and I would like to post an article on the refigies with announcement of discussion on it
I would like to post it on the Dutch (nederlands) library.

I'll send it to libcom.org@gmail.com

if its easyer for you to control the content I also have the tekst in French.

As I did not receive an answer until now, just wonder if you have seen my request posted on the 1st of october?
And is there any news?

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Sep 30 2015 22:44
Amongst the Elder wrote:
Hello,

I've sent a couple of requests to the email asking for blog posting rights about ecological resistance - from both a personal and analyitical point of view.

Just wondering if these have been received.

Cheers

Sorry about the delay. You've been approved to post to news/library/history if that's okay. In terms of a blog we need some more time to review (we can always retrospectively move any news etc articles into the blog later)