Introduction In an attempt to build upon PunkJohnnyCash’s previous articles surrounding the anarchist alienation of the working class, its important to analyze the state of the working class today. In short, the condition of the working class is not preferable. Much of the working class has fallen into the trappings [...]
Part Two: (Nick) Land, Capital and Labor (Theory) Clever Monkey’s argument against the accelerationists seems...
Part One: The Grammar of Left Fascism Twice in the past couple of weeks I Have been accused of being infected with...
In the last post I made I discussed the unwillingness of the left to go far enough to make real change. In this post...
¡No pasarán! (Not pass) Was the battle cry of the revolution. They stood alone against the fascists with no support from any capitalist nations. The Republic was formed of the people. Small trade unions had banned together and taken control of the cities and towns. ¡No pasarán! The militias were [...]Read more ›
Please help us share and promote this on facebook, twitter, social media or just e-mailing it to people you know may be able to donate. SoapBox Books is a new infoshop opening in Cincinnati, Ohio. They are looking for donations to help get started. If you are unable to get [...]Read more ›
You can almost smell the frustration pouring off Paul Krugman these days, as he once again proclaims the latest in a series of victories of Keynesian economic theory over its monetarists opponents. Says Krugman: “Sorry, guys, but as a practical matter the Fed – while it should be doing more [...]Read more ›
Steven Kurlander posted a piece on the Huffington Post that attempts to call anarchists terrorists. To begin with Kurlander shows a lack of knowledge of the anarchist movements or any anarchist history. He makes sweeping comparisons to people such as ‘Timothy McVeigh’ who have absolutely no connection to anarchism but [...]Read more ›
2013 POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN MARCH TO ADDRESS SEQUESTRATION CUTS AND ATTACKS ON VOTING RIGHTS On May 11, 2013 community, civil rights, union and student activists will reclaim Rev. Dr. King Jr.’s legacy by staging a three day march from Baltimore City to Washington D.C. entitled, “2013 Poor Peoples Campaign March.” Groups [...]Read more ›
After reading and commenting on David Graeber’s post at the Guardian, I feel it necessary to comment more broadly on the problem the euro-zone faces in the crisis, as well as the problem posed by the austerity regime being pursued by the member nation of the European Union. My point [...]Read more ›
Recently the internet has been a buzz with an interview with Peter Brabeck-Letmathe the CEO of Nestlee in which he says that water should be privatized not a human right. This video is the perfect example of what anarchists have been warning people about for centuries. At least since Proudhon. [...]Read more ›
David Graeber’s article in the Guardian, There’s no need for all this economic sadomasochism, is very disturbing because in it he adopts the argument of the MMT fascists. I want to state this clearly, although I am generally supportive of his activist work with Occupy, I think he is way [...]Read more ›
Part One: “… the consciousness of the necessity of a fundamental revolution” In the Communist Manifesto, Marx writes: “Does it require deep intuition to comprehend that man’s ideas, views, and conception, in one word, man’s consciousness, changes with every change in the conditions of his material existence, in his social [...]Read more ›
Why the working class is not effectively defending itself actually is not a question posed by this crisis. Rather the question is: “So what else did you expect?” No matter how the working classes of Europe responded to this crisis politically, they were already effectively rendered politically defenseless before the [...]Read more ›
An interesting question from George Magnus of the banking giant UBS via Zero Hedge: “Why Are The European Streets Relatively Quiet?” To understand the background of Magnus’s question we have to go to 2010. At that time, the economist Michael Pettis predicted Europe would have three years or or so [...]Read more ›