Dear comrades, we would like to propose some ideas for our upcoming Zoom calls. The first one will be on Tuesday, 31st of March at 7pm. Send us an email if you want to participate: email@example.com First of all, we will be happy to answer (outstanding) questions and comments regarding our […]Read More Ideas for our AngryZoomCalls
Well, that all depends. Up until three weeks ago, I had worked for some years in a food factory in Park Royal in west London. This is a massive complex with thousands of workers, made up of three factories and one warehouse producing 80% of the UK’s houmous, as well as ready-meals and chilled foods […]Read More Corona-crisis: Can workers fight back against the jobs vs. health trap?
original in German: https://www.wildcat-www.de/aktuell/a114_briefauschina.html The local [Chinese, that is] political party propaganda is increasingly spreading the line that China has bought time for the west to react to Corona. I think Mike Davis’ text  is important and largely correct, but I had to swallow hard when reading this: “A year from now we may […]Read More The Corona crisis: A letter from a comrade in China – Did China buy time for the west?
While many on the left waited around and asked the government to tell them what to do, many workers around the globe have taken limited, but real steps towards workers’ control. Spontaneous strikes have spread from car factories in Italy to Canada and the US; a series of call centre strikes erupted in Brazil; Amazon […]Read More Working under the Corona regime – The current struggles are taking first steps towards workers’ control!
Everyone is complaining about empty supermarket shelves. Lots of people are now asking themselves how they get filled in the first place. But hoarding and panic buying is a relatively minor issue – with highly calibrated ‘just-in-time’ production, shelves can be bare with only take a £6-10 increase in the normal shopping spend per household. […]Read More Empty supermarkets: The food supply-chain from a workers’ perspective
Dear comrades, These are tough times in which collective responses from the working class – strikes, rent boycott, mutual aid – rather than appeals towards the political class become essential for survival. Groups are now popping up to help the most vulnerable. Crises like this spur many into action. But how could we use similar […]Read More Class Power! – Book discussion and call to arms