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An Anarchist Communist Reply to ‘Rojava: An Anarcho-Syndicalist Perspective’

  • Posted on: 3 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

This text is a response to the article Rojava: An Anarcho-Syndicalist Perspective by K. B., recently published on the Ideas and Action website of the North America-based Workers Solidarity Alliance (WSA). In the article, there is an attack on the Rojava revolution in the Middle East, an event in which the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) has played a key role.

A reportback on the Nov 1 demo in Nantes against police violence

  • Posted on: 3 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

A reportback on the Nov 1 demo in Nantes against police violence

From Nantes Indymedia

(On October 26th, the police in France killed a young demonstrator in Testet, near Toulouse, who was protesting the construction of a dam. This text is a reportback from a march against police brutality in Nantes last night. Nantes is close to Notre-Dame-des-Landes, where the ZAD, Zone à Défendre, is located. The resistance in Testet has also been called a ZAD, and solidarity between the two areas has been very strong.)

Demonstrations across France and Italy after the Death of Remi Fraisse

  • Posted on: 3 November 2014
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

80 people have been arrested simply for speaking up against state terror and capitalism, by a total panicked riot police force in Paris desperate to repress spontaneous demonstrations over the execution of 21 year old Remi Fraisse at Testet.

Rojava: An Anarcho-Syndicalist Perspective

  • Posted on: 3 November 2014
  • By: worker

By K.B.

“The principal problem of national liberation struggle for the anti-statist anarcho-syndicalist form of organisation is that it is inherently statist. Advocating a more local form of state, the national liberation movement bows to the idea that the state is a desirable institution – just not in the current form. As such, it has the fundamental flaw that, if successful, it will generate a new state – which may or may not be ‘worse’ than the current oppressor, but it will nevertheless be an oppressive mechanism.” – Solidarity Federation

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