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Letters on Property and Anarchist Communism

A series of letters discussing whether communist-anarchism is a form of anarchism (it is!) and how private property, not communism, violates liberty. Also discusses the question of people who decide not to become communists in a free society.

Divided by time, united by hope

Review of two books on social struggle, one on the 1930s and one on the anti-globalisation movement.

A reply to "Capitalist Praise For Anarcho-Syndicalism"

A critique of an "anarcho"-capitalist attempt to steal the term syndicalism (like anarchism and libertarian by redefining it away from what it historically means). Ironically, the attempt shows why "anarcho"-capitalism is just not anarchist.

Nicolas Sarkozy: A mandate for class war

When change means more of the same. On Sarkozy's election and claims that his is a French Thatcher.

An Anarchist critique of Anarcho-Statism

A short critique of "anarcho"-capitalist claims to be a form of anarchism

Tories for social justice? WTF?!?!

The Tories are trying to out-left New Labour. Not difficult to do, but it really is a joke considering their track-record and current notions.

Pinochet: Dead at last

One less evil dictator in the world. An evaluation of Pinochet's neo-liberal regime.

Thatcher: Putting the fun back into funeral

While something to oppose, suggestions of a state funeral for Thatcher seem fitting as neo-liberalism implodes around us. Nationalising her death seems an ideal insult. It also shows how bankrupt and Thatcherite New Labour is -- as if we needed more evidence!

Anarchism, state power and social change - an argument to the Green Party

The fundamental idea of anarchism is that as long as a minority make decisions on our behalf then we cannot be free. The decision making and enforcing apparatus this minority uses is the state; in Ireland it is the Dáil, local councils, the judiciary, the police force and a hundred other bodies, some visible, some invisible. While every other political current seeks to become part of the apparatus of decision making, the anarchists suggest something quite different. We want to smash the whole apparatus.

Mutual Aid: Kropotkin versus Jones

I’m not sure why, but there seems to be a tendency by academics to discuss anarchism without actually bothering to find out much, if anything, about. George Monbiot does this quite regularly, with equally regular amusement for those who have even a basic understanding of libertarian theory. The latest is Steve Jones, Professor of Genetics at UCL, in his new book "Coral: A Pessimist in Paradise".

  


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