Friday, 25 November 2016

por la libertad de circulacion de las personas, contra todas las fronteras.

por la solidaridad entre los oprimidos , contra todos los nacionalismos.

por la globalizacion de la libertad , contra la explotacion y represion globales.

por la autogestion y igualdad ,
contrala devastacion social capitalista.

por el librepensamiento , contra todas las religiones.

por la desercion ,contra todos los ejercitos .

nosotros contra todas la fuerras.


For the freedom of movement of people, against all borders. For solidarity among the oppressed, against all nationalisms. For the globalization of freedom, against global exploitation and repression. By self-management and equality, Against capitalist social devastation. By free thinking, against all religions. By desertion, against all armies. We against all forces

Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Some of the best anarchist analysis of Trump.

Welcome to Athens, Obama

"In expressing shock and outrage about [the election of Donald Trump, many on the Left have obscured the systemic nature of the problem. By taking action against the Democratic favorite of the US, we show that our opposition is not directed against any particular representative, but against the state and capitalism themselves. In the pleas Clinton and Obama have made for a “peaceful transition of power” to a man they declared unfit to rule, we see the collusion of liberals who would rather preserve the apparatus of the state even in the hands of outright fascists than permit real freedom to emerge.

Indeed, as the candidate of supposed “Hope” and “Change,” Obama not only preserved the structures of power, but persuaded many of the people who are most targeted by the system to invest more faith and resources in those structures—which will now be used to repress them more aggressively than ever. Just as we reject the false solutions of Syriza,we understand that Obama’s reputation as a “good” politician has only made him more dangerous to those he purports to protect. Those who promise a more “inclusive” neoliberalism today pave the way for tomorrow’s fascism.
Obama has deported two and a half million people, as many as all the US Presidents of the 20th century combined—turning Mexico and Central America into a detention center for the population capitalism has no use for. Just as we act in solidarity with those targeted by the so-called “migrant crisis,” a crisis imposed by the borders and wars that are endemic to capitalism, we demonstrate against Obama’s visit in solidarity with all the people of Mexico, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, and the world. If we don’t tear down the borders that fence other people out today, who will help us tear down the borders that fence us out tomorrow?
As the first Black President, Obama has served the agenda of those who want to convey the impression that white supremacy is a thing of the past. Yet under his reign, a million Black people have languished in prison while police have murdered Black people in the streets with impunity on a daily basis. Over the past months, we have seen indigenous warriors attacked by the same police for defending the water that gives life to their communities. Inspired by the courageous fighters of Ferguson, Baltimore, Oakland, and Standing Rock, we aim to strike blows against racism, prisons, and police everywhere.
These struggles will not be concluded when Obama leaves Greece, nor when he exits office. As President of the most hegemonic state power of our era, Obama arguably represents the interlaced and mutually reinforcing hierarchies that divide humanity—property, citizenship, gender roles, and every other form of authority—yet he himself is merely a cog in a much greater machine. When he is replaced this coming January, the economic interests that have pulled the strings in his administration will move on to utilizing Donald Trump to the same ends, albeit via a more overtly brutal strategy suitable to these times.  "


"Revolution cannot be an abstract idea or distant-goal bandied around by out-of-touch intellectuals. It must be a living, breathing movement that brings hope and victories to our communities, workplaces, and schools. Our revolution will not be a single spectacular event, but instead it is a process that has already begun. Community meetings, marches, strikes, blockades, occupations, physical defense of abortion clinics, and physical resistance to racists and neo-Nazis are just some of the tactics we can employ. The important part is for regular everyday people to come together, to build power from below that does not rest in the hands of any corrupt Washington party in any way"

"Meanwhile, we need to be confronting far-right violence; seeking out and shutting down fascist organizing wherever it rears its head. In the long term, though, we will need to do much more to undercut the political base for Trump and the far-right by organizing white workers to abandon their support for white supremacy in favor of class solidarity. That means that white revolutionaries need to focus their efforts more on organizing white people, and on rebuilding social movements that can organize white people not only around the needs that they share with working class people of color, but also around people of color’s demands for freedom. Right now most of our comrades are concentrated in liberal, highly-educated, urban centers. In the long term we must put more resources into developing bases for revolutionary politics in rural areas, in the south, and in the midwest."

Saturday, 13 August 2016

The development of states and government in human history

WORK in Progress. NEEDS TIDY UP.

  •  for a time in the Neolithic period societies were pretty egalitarian and stateless.
  • "Evidence of the earliest known city-states has been found in ancient Mesopotamia around 3700 BC, suggesting that the history of the state is less than 6,000 years old; thus, for most of human prehistory the state did not exist."
  • Generally speaking, the archaeological evidence suggests that the state emerged from stateless communities only when a fairly large population (at least tens of thousands of people) was more or less settled together in a particular territory, and practiced agriculture. Indeed, one of the typical functions of the state is the defense of territory. Nevertheless, there are exceptions: Lawrence Krader for example describes the case of the Tatar state, a political authority arising among confederations of clans of nomadic or semi-nomadic herdsme

Characteristically the state functionaries (royal dynasties, soldiers, scribes, servants, administrators, lawyers, tax collectors, religious authorities etc.) are mainly not self-supporting, but rather materially supported and financed by taxes and tributes contributed by the rest of the working population. This assumes a sufficient level of labor-productivity per capita which at least makes possible a permanent surplus product (principally foodstuffs) appropriated by the state authority to sustain the activities of state functionaries. Such permanent surpluses were generally not produced on a significant scale in smaller tribal or clan societies.[7]
  • The archaeologist Gregory Possehl has argued that there is no evidence that the relatively sophisticated, urbanized Harappan civilization, which flourished from about 2,500 to 1,900 BC in the Indus region, featured anything like a centralized state apparatus. No evidence has yet been excavated locally of palaces, temples, a ruling sovereign or royal graves, a centralized administrative bureaucracy keeping records, or a state religion—all of which are elsewhere usually associated with the existence of a state apparatus.[8]

    Similarly, in the earliest large-scale human settlements of the stone age which have been discovered, such as Çatal Höyük and Jericho, no evidence was found of the existence of a state authority. The Çatal Höyük settlement of a farming community (7,300 BC to circa 6,200 BC) spanned circa 13 hectares (32 acres) and probably had about 5,000 to 10,000 inhabitants.[9]
  • Possehl however does not believe that the Indus Civilization was a state. "There are no clear signs of kingship in the form of sculpture or palaces. There is no evidence for a state bureaucracy or the other trappings of 'stateness.' Nor is there evidence for a state religion in the form of large temples or other monumental public works…It is clear that the Indus Civilization is an example of archaic sociocultural complexity, just as complex in its own way as the archaic civilizations of Mesopotamia and Dynastic Egypt or the Maya and Inca of the New World. But the Indus Civilization was not organized as a state, if by state we adhere to the criteria previously outlined."
    The author recognises the sociocultural complexity of the Indus Civilization. It expresses itself in the absence of the temples and other monumental buildings either for kings or priests. In fact, the religious and political institutions of the Indus Civilization express themselves in significantly different ways from all other civilizations of the ancient world.


Monday, 25 July 2016

Know your Left wing parties.

  • SWP are rape apologists
  • SSP are in the rank and file kind and good people but their leaders are devious and conniving and dodgy.
  • Morning Star Communist Party folks are stalinists to the core(supporting Soviet union,stalin, China, Cuba etc)  Pro-labour party And SWERFS.
  • RCG supports venezuela, Cuba, chinese gov,  anti-labour party. Very Leninist. Very pro-Bolshevik to a naive degree. Hostile to anarchism and misrepresent anarchism. Very deceitful about anarchism. Very hostile to criticism of Cuba, Bolivia and Venezuela. Hates the SWP for making surprisingly legitimate criticisms of Cuba.

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

What the fuck going on???!

Anarchists supporting Jeremy Corbyn. Being co-opted into the Labour party,reformism, representative democracy etc.

Anarchists for Corbyn was a satire page not a political program.

The End of Dogma: #KeepCorbyn as a transitional demand.

Sunday, 3 July 2016

Anarchism and Parenting.


  • Anarchist thinking on parenting while by necessity involve anarchist thinking on parenting.
  • There is no one set one size fits all approach but must remain within anarchist principles.
  • Anarchist parenting seeks to encourage positive qualities like  curiosity for knowledge, responsibility for self and others, altruism, critical thinking, compassion and awareness of the world.
  • Corporal punishment of any kind not only does not work but is positively harmful physically and mentally and is just in reality child abuse. All major child organisations agree with this.
  • Would promote learning from mistakes/ trial by error
  • Parenting style which is neither laissez faire nor paternalistic. Parent and child on equal footing.
  • leading by example.
  • Anarchism needs to be more welcoming to younger people and make spaces for accesible for parents.
  • Seeks to develop "a well-rounded individuality" and not "a patient work slave, professional automaton, tax-paying citizen, or righteous moralist."- Emma Goldman.

Under-theorized in Anarchism.

  • Disability
  • Indigneous struggles
  • Imperialism
  • Education
  • Parenting.