internationalism

The rebellion of truck drivers at a crossroads - Iniciativa Revolução Universal

We translate from Spanish this material originally published in Portuguese by comrades from Brazil organized around Universal Revolution Initiative. It’s a leaflet distributed during the struggles that are currently taking place, in the spring of 2018, in the region dominated by the Brazilian State.

Against Imperialist Massacres: No War but the Class War!

Capitalist class rule sits atop a mountain of corpses. Syria continues to be a battleground for imperialist interests scrambling to gain a foothold in the region, as well as a potential site for the start of a Third World War. In response to this deepening crisis, June will see a series of meetings to launch a revolutionary alternative to the bosses’ war drive. The meetings will mark the re-emergence of a platform for struggle under the slogan of “No War But The Class War” (NWBCW).

Towards Dialogue- Albert Camus

This text is part of a series of articles published in November 1946 under the title Neither Victims nor Executioners in the paper of the French Resistance Combat.

Guerre à la guerre : Solidarité avec les prolétaires en Syrie

Traduction en français de l’espagnol d’un texte publié par valladolor lundi 16 avril 2018.

Make War on War: Solidarity with Proletarians in Syria

English translation from Spanish of a post by valladolor on Monday, April 16th, 2018.

Class War 07/2018: Airstrikes On Syria! Third World War? Show Or Reality? No War But The Class War!

Rather than to rewrite for the umpteenth time a specific text on this important issue, we decided urgently to publish a bulletin containing the essential passages of two texts released a few years ago but which have not lost any of their “current” character.

The ‘anti-imperialism’ of idiots - Leila Al-Shami

Once more the western ‘anti-war’ movement has awoken to mobilise around Syria. This is the third time since 2011.

Proletarian internationalism and the war in Syria

An anti-criticism by Fredo Corvo

Trapped into Fantasies: On the recent escalation of Greco-Turkish relations

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Following what seems to be a general trend in international relations, tensions have been escalating in the last months between Greece and Turkey, two states whose rivalry, with many ups and downs, goes back to the time that they have both been politically formed as modern nations. The word “war” has not been officially voiced by any of the two involved parties in the form of a willful political choice, they rather present themselves as peace-loving nations (even when they invade another country (!), like Turkey.