Wildcat (UK)

Against democracy - Wildcat (UK)

The text of an introductory talk held in London and Brighton in 1993, outlining communist opposition to democracy.

How socialist is the Socialist Workers Party?

Wildcat (UK)'s analysis of Britain's most high-profile far-left group, and its role during the miners' strike. Originally published in 1985, it remains of interest.

The inhumanity of humanitarian aid - Wildcat (UK)

Article looking at the use of 'humanitarian' aid as a way of perpetuating war and reproducing capitalist social relations, as a means of social control, during the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s.

Klasna priroda sankcija - Wildcat

The class nature of sanctions - Wildcat

Hyperinflation: a 500 billion dinar note

Wildcat UK show how international sanctions imposed on former-Yugoslavian countries during the Yugoslav wars acted as attacks on the living conditions of the working class.

Jugoslavija: Od smanjenja plata do rata - Wildcat

Yugoslavia: from wage cuts to war - Wildcat

A look at the effect of the 1991-1995 war in Yugoslavia on the class struggle, and the effect of class struggle on the war.

Somalia: Development by other means - Wildcat

Article analysing the war in Somalia in the early nineties, and the destruction of pre-capitalist social relations there through both military and 'humanitarian' means.

From Bloody Sunday to Trafalgar Square

This text describes the mass insurgency in Ireland leading up to the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre, and looks at how the British state has applied the lessons from Ireland against the working class in Britain. It was first published in early 1991 in the aftermath of the Trafalgar Square poll tax riot and circulated as a 4 page A4 leaflet amongst the anti-poll tax movement ; later it was republished in Clash, the international autonomist magazine and Wildcat (London).

Ozimandias - Review: Against His-story! Against Leviathan! by Fredy Perlman - Wildcat (UK)

Review: Against His-story! Against Leviathan! by Fredy Perlman, Black & Red, Detroit 1983.

Against His-story! is an attempt to take opposition to Progress to its logical conclusion. So is this belated review.

Perlman summarises the whole history of Civilisation from the viewpoint of its victims: we, the "zeks", free people who were enslaved then taught to identify with the enslaving monster: Leviathan.