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(en) Turkey, DAF Meydan #26 - Anarchist Publications Series (1) North America (tr) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 5, 2015 - 2:55am
Anarchism as a social movement, the first day he appeared in literary effort since it unveiled tried to socialization and access to the different literary experience on this occasion. The anarchist movement has developed herself thinking through the newspapers and magazines published in different regions to be effective, gained to different interpretations. Square newspaper anarchist publishing date last logged along with the number, region by region, broadcaster will examine, we've included our interview with comrades who had stubbornly the anarchist publishing tradition. ---- In the first part of May 1, in order to examine texts that filtered through the state's fight against our comrades murdered in the Haymarket, we give priority to the publication this month in North America. The first part of Mother Earth from The blast in US history in while places ...

(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #250 - Louvre Position: Stamped speculation (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 5, 2015 - 2:54am
The destruction of the working class in Paris yet done the damage, the Louvre Poste is an example. For several years, the postal private company research to grow its property portfolio including one of its largest - and most symbolic - buildings. No guarantee for employment ---- The project, designed by Dominique Perrault, architect François Mitterrand Library plans to install in 35,000 m², Post Louvre, a hotel and restaurants on 6,000 m², respectively held by Elegancia Kong and groups. The project also wants to install open-space offices and shops as well as a logistics hub for surrounding shops including Les Halles, with the agreement of the Mayor of Paris. ...

(en) France, Alternative Libertaire - XII Congress of AL - International Posts (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 4, 2015 - 6:32am
Posts XII International Congress of Alternative Libertaire aillant held on 23, 24 and 25 May 2015 at Pont du Gard. ---- Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front - South Africa ---- Comrades from Alternative Libertaire, ---- Zabalaza Anarchist Communist Front sends you warm greetings from South Africa to your XIIth Congress! Obviously a message address is not the best substitute to our participation, unfortunately we can not send a delegate. However we are honored to have been invited and we would have liked to participate in this important event. We hope that your conference will be productive and that you can really move forward in your goals and positions that fight for another world. We have had numerous discussions with you over the years and through the Anarkismo.net project we could know and appreciate the work you are doing. We admire your deep commitment and wish ...

(en) France, Coordination of Anarchist Groups - Anti-racism, Majority and national minorities, The racist system of domination in France (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 4, 2015 - 6:31am
On whom is all the people located in an area that the dominant ideology defines as "natural" members of the national body. That is to say, those which it is not disputed, regardless of their actions, membership of the national body, nationality, whose loyalty does not require evidence to consider them within the national body. ---- National minorities 1 , these are all minority groups that are present in a given territory but are, have been or may be considered outside the national body as defined by the dominant ideology. Depending on the context, they can be considered as belonging to the national body or being outside, but in the first case, membership is ever likely to be questioned, in speeches, in practice and in particular the attitude of institutions. ...

(en) Canada, Common Cause, MORTAR #3 - Combating the Reactionary Forces of Liberalism by One Hamilton Member, Two Toronto Members, Two Former Members

A-infos - June 4, 2015 - 6:31am
To be honest, this is not the article that we set out to write months ago. Our original intention was to take the three most potent reactionary tendencies that we see percolating under the surface of Canadian working-class culture: an emboldened, backward-looking misogyny, a domestically jingoistic nationalism intransigently opposed to anti-colonial struggle, and a supposedly enlightened secularism that only thinly conceals a deep seated racism - dissect them, and prescribe treatment. Relying on recent and more historical struggles against reaction and backwardness within our class, we intended to help light the way forward by contributing to a deeper understanding of what it is that we are up against, and how it is that we will defeat it. This did not come to pass. ...

(en) wsm.ie: May 22nd - Vote Yes to Defeat the Bigots

A-infos - June 4, 2015 - 6:30am
May 22nd offers an opportunity for many of us in Ireland to strike a blow against homophobia in voting for Marriage equality. ---- Those on the No side are the usual suspects who opposed contraception, divorce, sex education and abortion access. They want a return to the Ireland of the 1930s when the Mother & Child Homes & the Magdelene Laundries expose the shallowness of their 'will no one think of the children' appeals for this referendum. ---- They are taking that approach because their real agenda would horrify the vast majority of people and they know it. Instead we see cunning irrelevancies from surrogacy to adoption being raised, presumably because these were identified as doubt causers that might sway undecided voters in focus groups months ago. It's an entirely cynical exercise that no one should be fooled by. ...

(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #250 - SNCF: A chibanis against discrimination (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 4, 2015 - 6:30am
Former Moroccan workers discriminated by SNCF for years have complained against the direction of the company, which, unable to deny the facts, is all about the prescription of the alleged crime. Evidence of cynicism that deserves mobilization for equal rights between French and foreign employees. ---- From Monday 23 March to Friday, 27 March were held hearings tiebreaker before the council of Paris industrial tribunal involving over 800 chibanis of Moroccan origin and widows of the workers against the SNCF management. ---- Discrimination in the long term ---- These immigrant workers recruited massively in the 1970s in Morocco in postcolonial conditions have suffered discrimination for many years, because of the nationality clause in effect at the SNCF[1]. ...

(en) FAU-IAA - THE GG / BO ON THE WHIT CONGRESS BASED UNION FAU IN BERLIN (de) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 4, 2015 - 4:51am
In addition to the Berlin FAU Vertreter_innen the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and a colleague from the left-union network took labournet.tv part in the panel discussion. After short introductions of Diskussionsteilnehmer_innen involved a film contribution was labournet.tv activities of only a few years existing primarily in the industrial centers of northern Italy based union Cobas SI shown. The approximately 12,000 combative, often migrant Kolleg_innen of SI Cobas, who are mainly engaged in the logistics industry could, recorded appreciable organizing successes in recent years. (https: //linksunten.indymedia. org / en / node / 139 718 ) ---- After the movie clip and a representation of the grass-roots activities and the organizational structure of SI Cobas invitees Basisgewerkschaft_innen each contributed from their experience and organization ...

(en) Canada, Common Cause, MORTAR #3 - Active Corrosion: Building Working-class Opposition to Pipelines by Two Toronto Members, Two Kitchener-Waterloo Members

A-infos - June 3, 2015 - 5:53am
Pipelines transport approximately 95% of Canada's crude oil and natural gas, and are crucial to the viability of the petroleum industry. New pipeline construction is essential to the distribution of oil to other markets and in the profitability of an increased rate of oil extraction. This makes pipelines a linchpin in the struggle against climate change, not because of the act of construction or the transport of oil itself, but because of the increase in oil extraction that will occur throughout Canada if they are built. As the petroleum industry makes considerations about their growth, they trouble only one thing: can they build more pipelines? The industry's predicted expansion is entirely dependent on whether or not pipeline projects will go forward, a process called "market diversification". In The Decade Ahead: Labour Market Outlook to 2022 for Canada's Oil and ...

(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #250 - Agricultural education: He who sows the fight harvest victory (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 3, 2015 - 5:53am
In the agricultural school of Le Mans, it was not too used to the AG and pickets, but when you do it is to win. This was demonstrated by the staff of the establishment, against job cuts and in solidarity with ejection precarious employees. ---- Less known than the teaching of national education, public agricultural education form about 180 000 young people in initial training and also many apprentices and adults via CFA and CFPPA[1]. This little-known school has a fairly good image thanks to innovative teaching practices (ongoing multidisciplinary, fieldwork, field trips...). However, EAP (public agricultural education) is also the temple of precariousness with nearly 40% of precarious workers (particularly in the CFA and CFPPA). ...

(en) Cuba Anarchist Event (Havana’s 2nd Libertarian Spring days) Off to Good Start

A-infos - June 3, 2015 - 5:52am
This past Friday and Saturday, Havana’s 2nd Libertarian Spring had days of intense work and debate. I am happy and encouraged by the feedback we got at all of the work sessions and by the depth of the opinions and knowledge shared by participants. ---- To date, a total of 29 people have attended the gatherings, a number far higher than that reported last year – and I am positive many other people will have attended our sessions when the event is closed on June 7. ---- The gathering has seen a fair number of participants from other countries, an indication that Cuban anarchists are accompanied by like-minded individuals and groups in other countries ready to show us their support. ---- People from Germany, Dominican Republic, Holland, Spain and France have joined us in Cuba, while others from Mexico, the United States and Argentina sent us materials we are distributing. ...

(en) wsm.ie: Kildare Palestine Solidarity Action in Tesco - Boycott Israeli Goods by Brian Fagan

A-infos - June 3, 2015 - 5:52am
Yesterday, members of the Kildare Palestine Solidarity Campaign carried out a boycott Israeli goods action in Tescos in Newbridge. This fairly straightforward action consists of a group entering the store with a trolley or two and filling them up with all the Israeli goods that they can find and then bringing these to the customer service desk and making a formal complaint to management. ---- Included in the haul were Israeli produced grapefruit, cosmetic products and baby potatoes which Tescos were asked by activists to cease purchasing and stocking due to the ongoing state of illegal occupation and apartheid in Palestine. This action follows on from the previous one in the same store that took place on Thursday 2nd April 2015. ---- Local actions such as these are part of the growing global campaign of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) that form part of the worldwide ...

(en) Canada, Common Cause, MORTAR #3 - On Contesting Populism

A-infos - June 2, 2015 - 6:22am
Two Toronto Members, One Hamilton Member, One Kitchener-Waterloo Member ---- In recent decades we, the Left, have had shockingly little to show for ourselves. Our various tendencies each have their own take on why this is, and the explanations are all familiar to us. Material conditions are not yet ripe. The Left is fragmented and sectarian. There is a crisis of leadership in the unions. Our activists lack the requisite commitment and discipline. The movement lacks militancy. Those of us with privilege have not yet become good enough allies. And from our class struggle anarchist scene, too often: the Left just needs to refocus on "class." While there are no doubt kernels of insight to be found in some of these worn out tropes, let's be honest. There are material conditions, and then there is the North American Left of 2015. ...

(en) wsm.ie: Sinn Féin, Welfare Reform, and Building a Culture of Resistance by Sean Matthews

A-infos - June 2, 2015 - 6:20am
As our bankrupt local political class squabble over the crumbs from Westminster's table, the class war continues with the re-packaged 'Welfare Reform' bill - a further erosion in the standard of living of the vast majority while transferring wealth to the small minority. Don't be fooled by token opposition from mainly nationalist political parties to oppose the bill, particularly from Sinn Féin, that they are 'defending the most vulnerable in our society' because they are part of the problem rather than the solution proving that the parliamentary route ends in disempowerment, corruption and betrayal. Rather than 'defending the most vulnerable', let's remember their record in power from consistently rolling out the red carpet to representatives of Imperialism at home and abroad, to their rolling out of the red carpet to the Queen and Commander in Chief of the Parachute ...

(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #250 - political, Intelligence Act: A Patriot Act to French (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 2, 2015 - 6:19am
After the murders of January 2015 the government plans to pass a new emergency anti-terrorism law. This is a serious infringement of civil liberties in the context of systematic political repression. ---- The Law on Intelligence currently under discussion is the 18th anti-terrorism law since 1986 and follows a previous law passed in the fall of 2014. The term Patriot Act mobilized in the media refers to the draconian measures adopted by the US government after the September 11, 2001, under the guise of "national unity" and in the name of the fight against terrorism. ---- However this new law is far from consensus and many associations and unions denounce a further decline in civil liberties. ---- Draconian law ---- A key aspect of this law is to first massify police intelligence across the population by introducing various features of "mass uptake data." ...

(en) Palestine-Israel, the joint struggle which enhance the B.D.S. suffer lately more punishments then ever*.

A-infos - June 1, 2015 - 5:40pm
The non armed joint actions - mainly few Friday demos, do not cause the Israeli armed forces much load. However, the focusing of the media on these, and more so the international activist participating in them who enhance the international struggle when they return home, really worry the Israeli authorities. Their borders screening which succeed to prevent the entry of activists is not much effective. The Israeli ruling elite is not in panic yet, but lately they worry a lot. The president of Israel warn that the development of the B.D.S. must cause a real concern. The threat of the expulsion from the FIFA cause Israel to make concession to prevent the voting and even agreed to a special monitoring comity. The subject of the B.D.S. is more and more in the media and many of the speaker admit their fear from its intensifying. ...

(en) Holand, vrijebond.org: AGA, How do we break down the walls and fences of Fortress Europe?

A-infos - June 1, 2015 - 7:35am
Info Night by the Anarchist Anti-deportation Group Utrecht (AAGU) about the family prison at Kamp Zeist: ---- Wednesday May 27, De Overval, 19:00 Prins Hendrikkade 138/139, 1011 AS Amsterdam ---- Return, return, return or deportation, deportation, deportation. That's all politics in the Netherlands knows to cough up when talking about refugees and migrants. Stopping boat refugees in the Mediterranean this year 2015, which is still not even halfway, cost already about a 2000 lives. The political debate in the Netherlands about shelter for rejected refugees, also called 'illegals', turned shelter into nothing more than intimidation to make people leave. The agreement between VVD and PvdA means only that there will be more 'freedom restricting locations' like Ter Apel, but under a different name, where people can only go for a short time, and then only when they participate in ...

(en) Turkey, DAF - Meydan #26 - Turkey, DAF Meydan #26 - IWW Sound: Industrial Worker (tr) [machine translation]

A-infos - June 1, 2015 - 7:34am
IWW is synonymous with the history of the anarchist movement in the United States (Industrial Workers of the World) publication of the Industrial Worker newspaper editor from Diane we share with you our interview with Krauthamer'l. ---- Square : the freedom struggle of the oppressed IWW, black and LGBT individuals have significant historical features such as the first to be organized by the trade unions. The sound of the IWW Industrial Worker (Industrial Worker) when the broadcast began life? ---- IWW: IWW had numerous publications, however, the official organ of the IWW, Industrial Workers; first in 1909 in Spokane, Washington, and has continued to develop so far been published. Published weekly in the first year of the newspaper , now published number of 10 years. ---- IWW's a known fact that affects the workers' struggles in North America. What is the ...

(en) anarkismo.net: James Guillaume (1844-1916) & the birth of syndicalism, anarchist communism by Lucien van der Walt

A-infos - June 1, 2015 - 7:33am
From Mother Earth volume 12, number 1, March 1917: OBITUARY : James Guillaume (1844-1916 Mother Earth volume 12, number 1, March 1917 ---- OBITUARY: James Guillaume (1844-1916) & the birth of syndicalism, anarchist communism ---- The international labor movement, the anarchists and syndicalists, have lost one of their earliest pioneers. James Guillaume, the friend and co-worker of Bakunin, has died in Switzerland. ---- He witnessed the first awakening of the militant international spirit in the laboring classes of all countries governed by capitalism and its servant, statecraft. ---- When on the 28th of September, 1864, at a meeting in St. Martin's Hall, London, the International Workingmen's Association came to life a new dawn flamed up on the horizon and created strong hopes and visions all leading up to the future, when the barriers and prejudices between peoples ...

(en) Canada, Common Cause, MORTAR #3 - Content + Editorial

A-infos - June 1, 2015 - 7:31am
The third volume of Mortar, Common Cause's theoretical journal, is now available online. Inside you will find an editorial introduction, along with articles examining leftist populism, ---- strategies for building working-class opposition to Canadian pipeline projects, an examination of MRAs, anti-Native activists and Islamophobes, and a detailed analysis of policing in Canada. We encourage feedback and responses, which can be sent to mortar@riseup.net. ---- Editorial: Here we go Again ---- On Contesting Populism ---- Active Corrosion: Building Working-class Opposition to Pipelines ---- Combating the Reactionary Forces of Liberalism ---- Canadian Bacon: Opposing Police and State Power ---- http://linchpin.ca/?q=content/mortar-volume-3 ...
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