Class strategy: Interview with Red and Black Notes

Original: https://www.redblacknotes.com/2020/11/14/the-importance-of-being-rooted-an-interview-with-angry-workers-world/ In October, our group participated in a discussion on salting, industrialising, and other related strategies that have the common theme of seeking employment in particular jobs for political reasons. One of the texts was “In Defence of Working Class Existence as a Choice”, by the UK-based group Angry Workers of the World.  The Angry […]

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Thoughts on Maoism

We translated a recent text by comrades from Wildcat on Maoism. The short text itself consists of snapshots, partly focusing on the miserable history of Maoist groups in Germany, partly on the real existing Maoism as a ruling and oppressing force in China. If you want to dig deeper into a historical criticism of the […]

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Day-to-day struggle and class consciousness – Response to the review of ‘Class Power on Zero-Hours’ by the Communist Workers Organisation (CWO)

We want to thank the comrades of the CWO for their detailed review and use the opportunity to clarify our thoughts on the relation between day-to-day struggles, class consciousness and revolutionary rupture – and our role within this process. Their review can be found here: https://www.leftcom.org/en/articles/2020-08-12/class-power-on-zero-hours-learning-the-hard-way It wasn’t surprising that after we got a bashing […]

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