My Bookmarx 10/16/2011
16 أكتوبر 2011 بواسطة Tamer Mowafy
اليوم السابع | مظاهرة بجامعة المنصورة بعد دهس الطلاب بسيارة عميد البيطرى والآداب
“خرجت مظاهرة عارمة لطلاب جامعة المنصورة بعد قيام سيارة عميد بيطرى وآداب المنصورة بدهس 15 طالبا بسيارتهم، فأصيبوا بإصابات مختلفة وتم نقلهم إلى مستشفى الطلبة بالجامعة، والتى رفضت تحرير محاضر بحالات الطلاب وهو ما أدى إلى غضبهم، وقرروا الاستمرار فى المظاهرة إلى أن يتم إثبات ما حدث دون تدخل من أى جهة وإقالة عمداء الكليات المعينين.”
Occupy Wall Street Movement Spreads to Asia in Global Protest – TIME NewsFeed
“What happens in New York, doesn’t stay in New York. As Occupy Wall Street enters its fourth week, its power is resonating throughout Asia and Europe. Other key financial capitals, from Hong Kong to London, are joining the fray.”
On Syndicalism by Errico Malatesta
“The relationship between the labour movement and the progressive parties is an old and worn theme. But it is an ever topical one, and so it will remain while there are, on one hand, a mass of people plagued by urgent needs and driven by aspirations — at times passionate but always vague and indeterminate — to a better life, and on the other individuals and parties who have a specific view of the future and of the means to attain it, but whose plans and hopes are doomed to remain utopias ever out of reach unless they can win over the masses.”
A union can spring up with a socialist, revolutionary or anarchist programme and it is, indeed, with programmes of this sort that the various workers’ programmes originate. But it is while they are weak and impotent that they are faithful to the programme — while, that is, they remain propaganda groups set up and run by a few zealous and committed men, rather than organisations ready for effective action. Later, as they manage to attract the masses and acquire the strength to claim and impose improvements, the original programme becomes an empty formula, to which no-one pays any more attention. Tactics adapt to the needs of the moment and the enthusiasts of the early days either themselves adapt or cede their place to `practical’ men concerned with today, and with no thought for tomorrow.
Syndicalism: What It Is – Gaylord Wilshire | libcom.org
“Brief explanatory article by Gaylord Wilshire (1861-1927). Known as the “millionare socialist”, Wilshire served as emergency editor of The Syndicalist and was a friend of Emma Goldman “
Marx’s Economics for Anarchists – Chapter 2 – Anarkismo
” This chapter covers Marx’s methodology, alienation and fetishism, the nature of value, the nature of surplus value, and the relation between value and price.”
Marx’s Economics for Anarchists – Anarkismo
” This introduction focuses on why it may be useful for anarchists and libertarian socialists to learn Marx’s political economy, despite the negative history between anarchists and Marxists. “
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