Class War 13/2021 is focussing on Rojava: “Rojava Revolution”? “Anti-State”? “Anti-Capitalist”? Or a new mystification?Continue reading Class War 13/2021: “Rojava Revolution”? “Anti-State”? “Anti-Capitalist”? Or a new mystification?
Translation of an article by Proletarios Revolucionarios on Cuba from July 18, 2021.Continue reading Cuba’s burning? – Analysis of the current crisis and revolt in Cuba from a radical communist perspective
It was May 25, 2020, police in Minneapolis, Minnesota had murdered George Floyd and thus provided the spark that started the largest proletarian movement in USA since late sixties. Movement that soon spread from the burning streets of Minneapolis to more than 2,000 cities and towns across the USA with as much as 26 million of participants and with ripple effects in many countries around the world, where the expressions of proletarian solidarity with the movement in USA organically merged with rage against local forms of misery that life in capitalist society brings.Continue reading Class War 12/2021: Beyond Black and White – Class rebellion against violence of the State in USA
This edition is based on a translation of the first version of this text in French, signed “Des Communeux” and dated March 18th, 2011.
This translation was originally published in May 2013 on the Dialectical Delinquents’ blog.
Class War quickly corrected this translation and made the lay-out for publication as a booklet for the 150th anniversary of the “Paris Commune”.
March 18th, 2021.Continue reading The Paris Commune: Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Paris in 1870-1871
What follows is a piece by the comrades of Vamos hacia la vida from the Chilean territory. Capitalist crisis, pandemic and the program of the revolution.Continue reading Capitalist crisis, pandemic and the program of the revolution
CLASS WAR’s new bulleytin: Class struggle in times of Plague Inc. Weeks and Months that Shook the World. “War against the virus” is the continuation of the permanent war waged against us.Continue reading Class War 11/2020: Capitalism Kills – Class struggle in times of Plague Inc.
After the revolts of October 2018, Iraq experienced twelve months of relative calm. However, basically the economic and social situation remained broadly the same. Iraq didn’t experience a new wave of protests until October 2019, which initially turned out to be very similar to the previous one. What is new, however, is the magnitude and intensity of the mobilization, the level of violence used by the demonstrators and the level of repression. After a break of a few weeks due to a Shiite pilgrimage, the protest, which looked like extinguished, resumed but appeared to be transformed, on both form and content, and both in terms of demands and sociology of the participants. As the weeks passed, and despite the deaths, the fatigue and the phases of retreat, the movement continues in a quasi-routine of demonstrations and riots… but it can’t find a way out. Although the Prime Minister has promised to meet the demands of the protesters, he was forced to throw in the towel at the end of November, plunging Iraq further into uncertainty. At the time of writing, the mobilization continues.Continue reading Tristan Leoni: #Iraq, from riot to impossible reform – Part 2: 2019 Political reform or civil war?
Continue reading Tristan Leoni: #Iraq, From riot to impossible reform – Part One: Rage and Fire 2018
“I stopped in elementary school, but I already knew how to shoot with a Kalashnikov. We were training in the neighborhood.”A Basra resident, former militiaman