Gulf War

We won't pay for the bosses' war - No War But The Class War

Leaflet from 1991, looking at the logic behind the impending Gulf War, and its meaning for the working class, both in the UK and internationally.

Letter on Iraq - No War But The Class War

Internationalist response to an article in the Merseyside Anarchist Newsletter, which implied support for an Iraqi victory in the Gulf War

Statement of principles - No War But The Class War

Statement of principles of the 1991 No War But The Class War group.

Sabotage the war effort! - No War But The Class War

Leaflet put out during the Gulf War, giving numerous examples in history of the working class stopping wars, and posing class struggle as the only solution to the Gulf War.

In the Gulf, in the North Sea, we won't die for oil profits. Support North Sea strikers! Class war not oil war!

1988 Piper Alpha disaster in which 167 workers died

Leaflet produced in the lead-up to the 1990 Gulf War, linking the deaths of workers on North Sea oil rigs, and workers at war.

No war but the class war: remembering and reflecting ten years after - Practical History

Account of a participant involved in the No War But The Class War group at the time of the first Gulf War.

War damages health...and the Health Service: health workers and the 1991 Gulf war - Practical History

Detailed account of the impact of the 1991 Gulf War on the health service in Britain, including anti-war leaflets produced by health workers and a brief account of the impact of the war on health in Iraq.

1991: The Kurdish uprising

Kurdish rebels, 1991

The following is an account of the uprising in Kurdistan in 1991, which buries the lies of the western media which presented this proletarian uprising as the work of nationalist parties in the north or Shi'ite religious fanatics in the south.

On Lice and Fleas: Observations Starting from the Conflict Between Iran and the USA

A new situationist analysis of the threat of war between Iran and Iraq and the way this functions to sustain the dominant society, plus some critical comments on the wave of proletarian struggles in Iran.

The new world order - Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky discusses the New World Order - tri-polar economically, three major economic powers, the United States still the biggest, but declining, relatively, but uni-polar militarily, one military force.