Continuing with the recovery of texts of our current, we digitized (in Spanish) three articles published in the French editions of FOR between 1980 and 1986 on war and revolutionary defeatism. They have always been fundamental, but now they are even more urgent.
Emancipation Statement on the Russian invasion of Ukraine and its consequences.
The ten most read articles during 2021 in order from highest to lowest. A barometer of where our readers’ concerns have gone during this year: the Green Deal consequences, the future of BLM movement and the imperialist tensions shared the spotlight with the homogenization of the web and the fall of purchase power of the wages.
A few days ago, in November, was the 30th anniversary of the outlawing of the CPSU… by its own leaders. We now publish a selection of four texts originally published between 1987 and 1991 in FOR newsletters and magazines with analyses of the Gorbachevian “Perestroika”, of the coup d’etat of ’91 that precipitated the implosion of the stalinist USSR and of the so-called “New World Order” immediately advanced by imperialist powers hoping to get their share of the spoils.
We are publishing a new booklet in our School of Marxism on collectivities and collectivizations in the Spanish Revolution.
We are taking advantage of these August days to update and expand our Marxist dictionary.
Climate Change exists and is a product of reactionary capitalism, the Green Deal is capital’s non-solution
Climate change exists and has been caused by capitalism’s inability to generate real human development. The Green Deal, on the other hand, is a direct and immediate attack on living and working conditions whose goal is not to solve climate change but rather to revive an ailing global capital.
An assessment of the historical moment we are facing, the lessons of the pandemic and the outlook for what lies ahead, so that we can begin to respond appropriately to what the situation demands from us.
This conference has covered most of the needs that have arisen from the growth of our organization over the past year. It has strengthened and mobilized us even more. Most importantly, it has put us on the path to equipping ourselves to be more useful in the battles ahead.
This year we are not going to make a statement of our own. We adhere to the communiqué of the comrades of “La Antorcha”, an organization of young communists that represents better than any other organization known to us the momentum that our class is already engendering and that is the only hope of our species.
We are taking advantage of these days of extended confinement and vacations to put together the first edition of our “Dictionary of Marxist Terms” in English. There are already 50 terms published and some tens more of them will come in the coming weeks.
We reproduce a flyer that will be distributed this week, on paper and by cell phone, in three capital cities of Argentina. It has been prepared by comrades who have been organizing for some time in Mendoza, San Juan and Córdoba, hand in hand with comrades from «La Antorcha» and «Emancipation».
It is time to go on strike in all workplaces not engaged in essential production
Capitalism is not going to be less destructive, but more so, by changing its technological base and painting itself green.
On June 21, 22 and 23, we held the first Emancipation Congress with the participation of comrades and nuclei from three countries. The congress constitutes Emancipation as a global and internationalist organization.
Text of the brochure distributed on 1 May 2019 by «Emancipation»
We urgently call upon all internationalists in South America, whether formally organized or not, to build together with us an international coordination under the principle that every faction of the bourgeoisie is today reactionary and that therefore, in any war to come, the first real enemy will always be the capital of one’s own country.
Statement of Emancipation for a mobilization of all workers together against precariousness and unemployment
The 8th of March, “International Day of Solidarity among Proletarian Women,” was born in 1910 from the Second International, in order to promote the mobilization of proletarian women, an indissoluble and necessary part of the universal class and the emancipatory movement of the working class. It was originally a mobilization for universal suffrage through the organization of working women in the class struggle. Century and a bit later, it is something very different.
When workers defend their living standards in each strike, in each company, they show that a new and just world is not only possible but necessary; a world organised in order to satisfy human needs and not for producing profits to pay the bosses and shareholders.