Tag: Social Movements
Geoffrey Aung discusses this month’s coup in Myanmar, the class composition of popular resistance, and how these events fit into a longer trajectory of capitalist transition.
Community self-defense requires the capacity to respond to any and all challenges to its safety and self-determination – which requires gaining control over the resources currently consumed by police departments.
John Clarke argues that the Canadian state’s repression of the Proud Boys sets a dangerous precedent for working-class movements and the political left.
The old regime of the Green Revolution is dying, while a new, more baleful, cycle of agrarian capitalism is waiting to be born. In this interregnum, there has emerged a spectacular groundswell of anti-capitalist resistance by farmers and agrarian workers.
Joseph Daher takes stock of the Arab Spring 10 years later.
Charlie Post responds to Cihan Tuğal’s critique of Spectre’s editorial statement on the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.
Steve Edwards on the semiotics of the invasion: “one set of supremacist fantasies faced off against another imaginary order.”
Cihan Tuğal offers a friendly critique of Spectre’s editorial statement on antifascist strategy in the wake of last week’s capitol riots.
Wednesday’s stunt signaled a new stage in the emergence of a fascist right in the country. We must adamantly reject all “law and order” approaches, instead taking matters into our own hands, driving fascists out of the streets and out of our workplaces.
Ji Ungpakorn responds to Thiti Jamkajornkeiat’s characterization of the Thai social formation as “feudal” and explains why a debate over characterization has real strategic consequences.