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Seven Theses on the Three-Way Fight

The seven theses I propose here were first published as part of a preface to T. Derbent’s German Communist Resistance 1933–1945, published by Foreign Languages Press (2020). I have reworked parts of that preface here as a standalone essay that aims to summarize the praxis of the three-way fight and forecast problems and prospects going forward.

“Militant antifascists must maintain a revolutionary horizon to avoid being absorbed within the ideological parameters of liberal antifascism. At the same time, antifascist work cannot merely be absorbed into revolutionary work; antifascism is community self-defense.”

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Three Way Fight: Broken windows fascism

A piece by Three Way Fight after yesterdays fascist attack against the US Capitol. Three Way Fight is a blog that promotes revolutionary anti-fascist analysis, strategy, and activism. Unlike liberal anti-fascists, Three Way Fight believe that “defending democracy” is an illusion, as long as that “democracy” is based on a socio-economic order that exploits and oppresses human beings.

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Trump, the far right, and the return of vigilante repression

Trump’s relationship with the far right is just as important in 2020 as it was in 2016, but the character of the relationship has changed dramatically.

Image above: Pro-gun rally in Richmond on January 20th showed Patriot movement’s ability to put thousands of people in the streets.

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Cooptation as ruling class strategy

The following editorial from ‘Three Way Fight’ points out that in different times of mass upheaval, the corporate class has helped the state co-opt and recuperate social movements and acts of rebellion.

Image above: Members of Congress kneel for Black Lives Matter

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