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  1. Skunk Ape
    19th December 2014 04:36
    Skunk Ape
    You're an anarchist now? Didn't see that one coming.
  2. Magón
    11th October 2014 04:09
    Magón
    Here's a link to the Anarchist Archives to Regeneracion c. 1910s by Magon: http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/anarchist...n/works/regen/

    Here's a link to the main Magon page, on the Anarchist Archive: http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/anarchist...rks/index.html

    Here's just the Wikipedia page on the Mexican Anarchist Federation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican...ist_Federation

    Also the Wikipedia page on the CIPO-RFM:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popular...lores_Magón%22

    These should all help you get a start on Mexican Anarchism. There are some other things, like books I could suggest but A) They're in total Spanish, and I don't know how good your Spanish is, so it might be hard. And B) I've only ever seen them in Mexican bookshops, so I don't even know if you could get them here in the US.
  3. Zoroaster
    31st July 2014 01:24
    Zoroaster
    Yeah, sorry about that.
  4. Zoroaster
    19th July 2014 17:43
    Zoroaster
    Actually, never mind.
  5. Zoroaster
    18th July 2014 19:38
    Zoroaster
    Could you except my join request for the "Bordigist" group?
  6. Zukunftsmusik
    4th June 2014 10:27
    Zukunftsmusik
    great to see you post again!
  7. Remus Bleys
    7th May 2014 07:58
    Remus Bleys
    Ah thanks. I think I can better answer my own question now then I could way back when I wrote it, but I lack the motivation.
    Though I did mean communism - post dotp post capitalism, with no state/government/classes and thus no politics and thus no classes nor democracy.
  8. Remus Bleys
    1st May 2014 12:29
    Remus Bleys
    Are you really back?
  9. freecommunist
    21st January 2014 20:46
    freecommunist
    Thanks for the add to the group I'm not a bordigist, but I am a sympathizer of the ICT and a Left Communist.
  10. Remus Bleys
    8th December 2013 02:45
    Remus Bleys
    Yeah I dig it. I've always viewed it being some sort of direct democracy (ew gross I know) while a local party branch is the one that runs the head of it. But I agree with you about it all depending on the situation (there might not even be soviets as we know them)

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    "The exploited are not carriers of any positive project, be it even the classless society (which all too closely resembles the productive set up). Capital is their only community. They can only escape by destroying everything that makes them exploited...Capitalism has not created the conditions of its overcoming in communism-the famous bourgeoisie forging the arms of its own extinction-but of a world of horrors." -At Daggers Drawn

    "Our strategy is therefore the following: to establish and maintain a series of centers of desertion, or poles of secession, of rallying points. For runaways. For those who leave. A series of places where we can escape from the influence of a civilization that is headed for the abyss." -Tiqqun, Call

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Posted 3rd May 2012 at 19:28 by Brosa Luxemburg Comments 0
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The Problem With The War In Afghanistan

The war in Afghanistan is now considered to be America’s longest war (Hampson). For putting so much money, men, and supplies into the war, the war has had terrible results. There are many questions that arise when viewing the war. Was the war worth the young men and women sacrificed and maimed? Was the war worth the dead civilians and orphans from both sides of the fighting? It seems that the answer to these questions is a sure and resounding...

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