Month: November 2019

Fractalization

30 November, 2019 · Imperialism Report

La Moneda, Santiago de Chile, this week

The scenario that is being drawn is that of a generalization of the frictions between states feeding internal “civil conflicts”, generally led by sectors of the discontented or drifting petty bourgeoisie (Hong Kong, Catalonia, Chile, Lebanon…). For the workers this means that the “popular revolts” are becoming increasingly mined land.

Not all students are the same

29 November, 2019 · Global situation

«Precariety kills». Lyon, France.

From Beirut to Baghdad, from Santiago de Chile to Mexico City and from Bogotá to Paris. Wherever we look, students are the erupting revolts’ vanguard. But not all mobilizations represent the same social class, nor do they impart the same meaning to the social uprising.

Pension funds and militarism

23 November, 2019 · Imperialism Report

Madrid

Tendencies towards confrontation and inter-imperialist conflict are inextricably woven with the strategies to deal with the crisis of the bourgeoisie all over the world.

Educational work in the Third International

10 November, 2019 · History

«Books, please, about all fields of knowledge», Rodchenko 1924

Ninety-nine years after the congress in which the International discussed the educational work of the PCs, cultural associations of workers, gatherings and self-training initiatives among workers continue to emerge.

From defeat as a part of the “people” to victory as workers

8 November, 2019 · Imperialism Report

The unraveling of the Bolivian situation warn of what is to come in South America. Meanwhile, in Europe, the crisis is fuelling inter-imperialist tensions, putting NATO in the spotlight. And the most important thing of the week: the struggle of the Chatillon railroaders achieved a historic success by getting rid of the union police’s yoke.

France: railway workers’ strike overtakes trade union control

6 November, 2019 · France

Since 21 October, workers at the railway maintenance centre in Châtillon, the high-speed rail network’s linchpin in western France, have been on strike without prior notice independently of the unions. They stand up against the appalling working conditions and union control that led to the disastrous strike of 2018.