Asia

Les promesses brisées du Vietnam

Une toile de Diêu Hâu inspirée par une peinture traditionnelle vietnamienne.

Critiques d’un anarchiste Vietnamien.
A translation of our piece “The Broken Promises of Vietnam” into French. Translated by Collectif Emma Goldman.

Celebrating Independence Day Anew as Anarchists and Libertarians

The 12th of June and A New Independence

Written by Malaginoo.

Why You (or anyone) Should NOT Start a Business

Mula sa mga nais umaklas. Inilathala ni Aklas.

Ano ang Mali sa Estado?

Mula sa mga nais umaklas. Inilathala ni Aklas.

Entretien avec Xuân Rayne, travailleur du sexe vietnamien et anarchiste

Xuân Rayne, travailleur du sexe vietnamien et anarchiste

Nous avons interviewé Xuân Rayne, un anarchiste vietnamien et un travailleur du sexe non binaire basé aux États-Unis, pour connaître leurs points de vue sur l'intersection de leurs identités, les voies de la solidarité internationale entre les travailleurs du sexe et la façon dont les travailleurs en général peuvent se tenir aux côtés des travailleurs du sexe. Xuân utilise tous les pronoms.
A translation of our interview with Xuân Rayne into French. Translated by Al Raven.

Interview with Xuân Rayne: Vietnamese, Anarchist, Sex Worker

Xuân Rayne: Vietnamese, Anarchist, Sex Worker

We interviewed Xuân Rayne, a Vietnamese anarchist and non-binary sex worker based in the United States for their insights into the intersection of their identities, the paths for international solidarity among sex workers, and how workers in general can stand with sex workers. Xuân uses any/all pronouns. 
Also available in Tiếng Việt, French, and Spanish.

Las promesas rotas de Vietnam

“La revolución de las ratas” — Diều Hâu.

Una crítica anarquista vietnamita al llamado “socialismo” de Vietnam.
A translation of our piece “The Broken Promises of Vietnam” into Spanish. Translated by Grupo Anarquista Aurora.

Friends to Lovers, Slow Burn: Israel & Vietnam

Reuven Rivlin and Trần Đại Quang

Israel, by helping develop industry within the “Socialist” Republic, ensures it has another market to trade its goods in. Not only that, but factories like the one mentioned prior help create a flow of capital from Vietnam to Israel, directly benefiting the bourgeoisie. — Left-Communist Group of Vietnam

The Fight for Partial Freedom in Vietnam

Celebration at the iSee LGBT Event

Western leftists, communists, and anarchists alike routinely call for ‘unity’ with the authoritarian oppressors in their favourite ‘socialist’ states. They value a cheap, doomed-to-end-in-failure unity with the statists, the genocide deniers, and the red reactionaries, more than the well-being and liberation of marginalised groups.
See also the video version by veritas et caritas here.

Vietnam and Labor Unions

These workers risk their life working without safety protection in Binh Thuan Pr

Vietnam, being the equivalent of a social democracy, places prime importance on “workers rights” (officially anyway). That’s why the government allows the existence of party-approved trade unions who can only legally be represented by one party approved national organization - Left-Communist Group of Vietnam