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Final declaration of the founding congress of the Union Communiste Libertaire (UCL)

The Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group is pleased to publish the following announcement, which we reproduce as received. Final declaration of the founding congress of the Union Communiste Libertaire (UCL) Union Communiste Libertaire As we – activists from Alternative Libertaire and … Continue reading

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DON’T MENTION THE EMERGENCY

This article first appeared in the Anvil 8/3, published 11th May 2019. On 18 May, enrolled voters in Australia will decide which members of the capitalist class will represent us in Parliament and crush us in government for the next … Continue reading

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MAY DAY 2019

Chicago 1886 May Day arose in the late 19th Century from a campaign to free the Haymarket Martyrs. Police had moved to break up a peaceful workers’ demonstration in Chicago in the US on 4 May 1886 and an unknown … Continue reading

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IMPERIALISM MEANS ENDLESS WAR

World War I On 25 April 1915, Australian soldiers, along with troops from New Zealand, Britain and France, stormed beaches on the Gallipoli Peninsula close to Istanbul, the capital of the Ottoman Empire. The campaign was badly planned and organised … Continue reading

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NON-VIOLENT ACTION: DIRECT & “DIRECT”

This article first appeared in The Anvil Vol 8 No 2, published 14 March 2019. As more people realise that climate change is happening, and there’s no mainstream political call to stop it, they are starting to look beyond conventional … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S ORGANISING

This article first appeared in The Anvil Vol 8 No 2, published 14 March 2019. The makeup of workers’ organisations is an indication of their strength. Unless women are present, along with other oppressed groups, capitalism will not be defeated. … Continue reading

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Some Reflections on the Ōtautahi/ Christchurch Tragedy

This statement was produced by the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement, an Anarchist Communist organisation in Aotearoa / New Zealand. The MACG generally endorses its contents, but notes that it refers twice to “the white working class”. We believe that this … Continue reading

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