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France: Le verdict du procès en appel de Samuel Morville

EN APPEL, LA CONDAMNATION DE SAMUEL MORVILLE EST RAMENEE À UN MOIS DE PRISON AVEC SURSIS. LA REPRESSION NE NOUS FERA PAS BAISSER LES BRAS !

Le verdict du procès en appel de Samuel Morville a été rendu ce vendredi 13 janvier.

CIPO-RFM: Who We Are and Why We Fight

Below is a press release explaining who and what The Consejo Indígena Popular de Oaxaca "Ricardo Flores Magón" CIPO-RFM is, along with current and up-to-date information about Raul Gatica, who's life is currently in danger due to the mexican governments desire to silence our voice.

Brazil: Coletivo Comunista Anarquista

Who We Are, What We Want, The Path We Follow

The Coletivo Comunista Anarquista (CCA - Anarchist Communist Collective) is an organizationalist-especifist and federalist anarchist political grouping with a horizontal structure that seeks to act as an active minority inside the social movements - without transforming them into "puppet fronts" under the pretext of efficiency, but always seeking to instill into them a combative and revolutionary character.

Anarchist Debate of Participatory Economics

Some have described Participatory Economics (Parecon) an anarchist economy because of its principles of Self-Management and equity, which are intended to challenge hierarchy and other authoritarian apparatus. Northeastern Anarchist has hosted a debate among anarchists around Participatory Economics.

Wolf Hunt In The Kingdom: Minutemen Draw Rain and Protesters to Derby Line

The Minutemen are a quasi-vigilante organization founded in the spring of 2005 by Jim Gilchrist and Chris Simcox, both of California. This past year they mobilized hundreds of people in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California to set up armed camps along the Mexican border. The goal of the group is to prevent undocumented immigrants from crossing into the U.S., and to further pressure the Federal Government into adopting a more militarized border policy. The Minutemen also claim that their “border patrols” help protect the nation from drug trafficking and terrorist attack.

Once the Minutemen’s intentions were uncovered, a number of Vermonters began to organize against them. A diverse coalition composed of concerned Northeast Kingdom residents, peace activists, immigrant rights advocates, union members, and socialists, began to take form. By early October they put the word out that an anti-Minuteman rally would be held in Derby Line the same time and day the Minutemen planned to be active in the town.

Réflexions sur la Sixième Déclaration de la forêt Lacandone et la nouvelle gauche latino-américaine (deuxième partie)

Voici la deuxième partie du long texte des camarades du Mouvement libertaire cubain, qu'Alternative libertaire a publié sur deux numéros, répondant par des réflexions bienveillantes à la fois critiques et constructives à la dernière Déclaration politique des zapatistes.

Pour lire la première partie.

The Furious Five Revolutionary Collective has disbanded

The Furious Five Revolutionary Collective was formed with the idea of being a political group for anarchist-communist organizers working within popular, mass organizations in San Jose. Reaching outside the South Bay, we met with other like-minded comrades, who gave birth to a much bigger project.

Common Struggle Workplace Position Paper

Adopted at the eleventh federation congress,
November 5-6, 2005, Sherbrooke, Quebec

The struggle toward libertarian communism must be brought about by the whole of the working class, the workplace and labor unions are an essential point of agitation and struggle. Anarchist-communists must organize within the ranks of labor unions, active in this struggle as both advocates of social revolution and as fellow workers in a collective battle against exploitation.

Class struggle is by no means confined to workplace. Class conflict occurs everyday in neighborhood-based battles for decent housing, the fight for welfare, the battles for access to quality education, the struggle against prisons and police brutality, in the arena of popular culture, and especially against racism, sexism, and other oppressions that stratify and divide the working class. However, as anarchist-communists, we have a particular strategic interest in workplace struggles due to the ability to directly challenge the material interests of the capitalist class

Independent rank-and-file tendencies within existing unions, coupled with workplace resistance groups, solidarity networks, and, eventually, workplace assemblies and coordinating councils, provide a glimpse at the kind of self-managed workers movement needed to not only effectively challenge the employers, but also develop the unity and revolutionary class consciousness needed to overthrow the capitalist social order.

Position de la NEFAC sur le syndicalisme et les luttes sur les lieux de travail

Position de la NEFAC sur le syndicalisme et la
lutte sur les lieux de travail
(adopté pour fin de discussion au neuvième congrès de la fédération,
les 10 et 11 avril, 2004 à Baltimore, Maryland, version finale amendée et

France: Il y a dix ans… les grèves de décembre 95

Agir dans le mouvement, ou le commenter de l’extérieur ?
Déborder les bureaucraties syndicales ou se contenter de les dénoncer ?

Pour le dixième anniversaire des grandes grèves de Décembre 95, le mensuel Alternative libertaire publie un dossier spécial, dont un large extrait d’une interview de deux militants, acteurs du mouvement social de 1995 sur Rouen.

Cette interview, ici complète, donne une bonne illustration de la pratique syndicaliste révolutionnaire développée par les militant(e)s d’AL. Elle montre surtout que changer les pratiques, changer le syndicalisme, ce sont des choses qui se construisent sur le long terme, pas à coups de slogans gauchistes, et qui peuvent être longtemps souterraines avant d’éclater au grand jour comme ce fut le cas en Décembre 95.

Jean-Michel Dauvel, 46 ans à l’époque, était agent de conduite au dépôt de Sotteville-lès-Rouen, et secrétaire de la CFDT-Cheminots Haute-Normandie. Il est aujourd’hui militant de SUD-Rail.

Pascal Devernay, 43 ans à l’époque, était agent du transbordement nuit au centre de tri postal de Sotteville-lès-Rouen, et membre du bureau régional de SUD-PTT.

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