01 mai 2011

Class struggle in Maghreb and Mashrek

Class struggle in Maghreb and Mashrek [1]…Class struggle worldwide… Since weeks and months a strong movement is taking place in the so-called “Arab world”, which is nothing but a part of the whole world of capital. Countries like Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, Libya, Syria, etc., cities like Tunis, Gafsa, Sfax, Kasserine, Cairo, Alexandria, Suez, Sanaa, Aden, Tripoli, Benghazi, Misrata, Tobruk, Damas, Deraa, Lattakia, Homs, etc. are in fire and burning from our social anger. Protests and demonstrations, clashes with police and... [Lire la suite]
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18 avril 2011

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are? (in Arabic)

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are? (in Arabic)
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14 avril 2011

Against the dictatorship of the economy Long live the international revolt of the proletariat!

Against the dictatorship of the economy Long live the international revolt of the proletariat! What’s the difference between these revolts in the “Arab world” and the previous revolts in Latin America, in Greece or in French suburbs? Which difference can there be between the struggles of proletarians in Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Syria, Yemen… and in Bolivia, in China? They don’t have any different reasons, they don’t have any different enemy, and they don’t have any different perspectives. If they don’t break out yet... [Lire la suite]
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03 mars 2011

Solidarity with the rebels at war against the State and the power in the Maghreb and elsewhere

Since several months, the revolt has been growing and spreading from Algeria to Iraq. Thousands of rebels, young and less young, men and women shook the power while demonstrating, rioting, striking. Ben Ali and Mubarak left. May they croak! According to the bourgeois and their allies (unions, parties, political organizations, and journalists) “the people demands democracy”… as if we would like to be controlled, imprisoned, dispossessed of our existence under the yoke of any government. As if democracy could solve all our problems by... [Lire la suite]
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03 mars 2011

Here or elsewhere: only one struggle, class struggle!

After Ben Ali and Mubarak, who’s next? The revolutionary fire spreads all over the Arabic countries. A wave of panic sweeps through the dictators’ side, while the population steps up its courage and self-confidence, in spite of the most ferocious repression, like in Libya. In Algeria, in Yemen, in Bahrain, in Libya, in Iran, or in Morocco, at various levels, demonstrations increase. In Libya the hundreds of deaths on the orders of the dictator in desperate straits only contributed to overexciting the courage of demonstrators and... [Lire la suite]
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01 février 2011

Solidarity with the Egyptian revolution means taking a combatant position in the international class war

Already the army is organizing for a smooth transition from the rule of Mubarak to that of another character mask of capital, opposition is channeled into orderly police supervised gatherings making meaningless political demands. Imperialism gloats about another wave of democratic uprisings, just like those which lead to the fall of the Eastern Bloc, clearly hoping that the fall of the sclerotic dictatorships which encumber the Arab countries will leave the universal dictatorship of the market untouched. The epic making events... [Lire la suite]
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31 janvier 2011

Democracy crushes the proletariat in Egypt and everywhere

The mass arrests of looters in Egypt and the para-military self organization of petty bourgeois citizens for the protection of their ill gotten gains against the destitute majority, once again illustrates the heinous fraud that is every cross-class “popular” and “democratic” movement. To citizens intoxicated with bourgeois ideology’s normalization of commodity tyranny and human degradation, proletarians appropriating what they need is a crime and an act of provocation, which can only be explained by their being in the pay of the... [Lire la suite]
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