Become a Friend of Corporate Watch — Corporate Watch

Corporations are working us to the bone and laying waste to the planet. To challenge their power, we need to understand how they work and who’s involved. 257 more words

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Updated: Universal Credit staff to strike — Anarchist Communist Group

PCS union members in Universal Credit have voted overwhelmingly to take strike action over workloads and staff recruitment. 274 staff were balloted for strike action at Wolverhampton and Walsall service centres with over 90% of those who took part, voting ‘yes.” The decision will mean two days of strike action on 11 and 12 March…

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Ostula Mobilizes to Maintain Security in the Sierra-Coast (Michoacán, Mexico) — Voices in Movement

This article and the accompanying photos was published by the autonomous media collective, Subversiones. The article addresses the ongoing self-defense struggles of the Indigenous Nahua people in Santa María Ostula, Michoacán, to maintain security in their territories. The original in Spanish can be found here. Since February 21st, the Indigenous community of Santa María Ostula…

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Anna is with us, we fight on! Bristol Antifascists Demo 16.03.19

Bristol Antifascists are joining with other radical groups and comrades in Bristol for a demonstration on 16th March to remember our amazing and inspiring comrade Anna Campbell. We also want to show our shared commitment to all that she stood for and towards the better world she fought so hard for.

Here’s some of the struggles Anna gave so much to and which we carry on:

Anarchism, Anti capitalism, Feminism, Anti Patriarchy, Queer struggle, Antifascism, Animal liberation, Hunt sabotage, Prison abolition, Defendant solidarity, Ecological struggle, Eviction resistance, Direct action…

Join us! Meet 2pm near the International Brigades plaque in Castle Park, between the church and the river.

15th March 2019 marks the first anniversary of when we lost Anna Campbell. Anna went out to Rojava, the Kurdish region of Syria, to join the Kurdish struggle against fascism. She was inspired by the revolution because of the politics of direct democracy, feminism and environmentalism and fought with the YPJ (Women’s Protection Units), who have been at the forefront in the fight against ISIS. Anna was killed by a Turkish airstrike whilst defending the city of Afrin.

Anna lived in Bristol before she left for Rojava, and throughout her life was active in many groups and causes, including prison abolition, feminism, anti-fascism and animal liberation.

Join with us to remember Anna and all those who have fallen in the struggle, and to take a stand for all that she, and we, believe in. The demonstration will be followed by a gathering at Hydra Bookshop, where Anna volunteered, to launch a zine made by Anna’s friends and comrades and to (hopefully) link up with the Internationalist Commune in Rojava.. If you have ideas or contributions for the gathering on please get in touch by email.

Friends, comrades and all those who wish to remember Anna and others are welcome.

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Families trying to make self-employment and Universal Credit work: “It’s a nightmare. We never get paid on time. I have to keep chasing the DWP to get paid.”

Event: Gilets Jaunes – an anarchist perspective

London Anarchist Federation

On 22nd March at 7pm (venue TBC) we will be hosting a talk by a member of Les Éditions de Monde Libertaire, the publishing group of the Fédération Anarchiste (France) who is active in the Gilets Jaunes movement. She will discuss the pros and cons of the movement in France as well as the problem of the involvement of the far right.

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Stop the Arms Fair – Info & Planning

Bristol Anarchist Federation

The DPRTE arms fair has the dubious honour of having been chased out of three cities; Bristol, Cardiff and Birmingham. We don’t plan to let up on the vibrant protests that have confronted it around England and Wales, so will following it to Farnborough, where the event takes place on Thursday March 28th.

If you are interested in attending on the 28th, or want to learn more about the Arms Trade and resistance to it, join us at Hydra Books, 34 Old Market on Saturday the 3rd of March at 2pm. Facebook Event More information on the DPRTE arms fair, including location and a summary of the campaign against it so far is on the AFed website.

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Witchcraft, Gender, & Marxism | Philosophy Tube

Federici ‘mansplained’ (very neatly)

AngryWorkers – Class Struggle Reading Group – 2nd of May 2019

Angry Workers of the World


At the next meeting of our class struggle reading group we want to discuss the first 33 pages of Marx’ ‘German Ideology’…

We chose the text because it can help us to understand history in order to be able to change the future. The text questions social power and oppression by showing that the power of oppressors is not something that they just have, but that their power is created…

We can also discuss if Marx’ thoughts will lead us all straight to the gulags!

The text is no easy read, we will try our best to summarise it for the discussion – so no worries if the going gets tough…

Find the PDF here: Marx_The_German_Ideology

The first four pages are the most confusing, as they are more of a rant against the Hegel hipsters who think they are the true revolutionary intellectuals. After that the text becomes quite straight…

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