S26 Solidarity Statement With Red & Black Anti-Capitalist Bloc

International Anarcho-Communist Solidarity
With the International Red & Black Revolutionary Anti-Capitalist Bloc
September 26, 2000 Prague, Czech Republic

"We believe in internationalism and the globalization of our struggle against all of capitalism, regardless of political borders, and we work towards a genuine international unity which will one day lay the basis for global social revolution."
-- Revolutionary Anti-Capitalist Bloc, Washington, DC, April 16, 2000

Revolutionary greetings from the Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists (NEFAC) of North America and the Anarchist Federation (AF) of Britain to all participants within the International Red & Black Revolutionary Anti-Capitalist Bloc.

At the dawn of the twenty-first century, a global movement is rising to resist exploitation by transnational capitalism. From trade unionists to environmentalists, from religious groups to non-governmental organizations, from indigenous peoples to the urban homeless, the dispossessed echo the cry emanating from the Lacandon Jungle: "Basta, Enough!"

As this refreshing breeze gathers strength, it bends capitalism's rotting branches, but only an anarcho-communist social revolution can rip up the roots. Reform is no match for capitalism's resilience; capitalism's destruction will only be achieved by a gale force storming the globe.

On September 26, the IMF and World Bank's scheming misers will meet in Prague to make their backroom deals. Our comrades around the world have seen through the flash bulbs and beyond the shimmering television images that tell brazen lies with pretty pictures. Many of these comrades will join Solidarita and other Czech revolutionaries to expose, confront and disrupt this capitalist elite. We, the federated anarcho-communists of Britain and the American Northeast, proclaim solidarity with the International Red & Black Revolutionary Anti-Capitalist Bloc, for social revolution and against global capitalism.

Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists (United States)