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3.000 people killed by Madrid Fascists finally named

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The walls of the Almudena cemetery in Madrid were used as a backdrop for mass illegal executions of suspected opponents by the victorious  fascist rebels.

The coverup of hundreds of thousands of murders, stealing of babies and 40 years of State terror by the right wing inheritors of power and privilege continues today. In this case the popular left city council of Madrid has defied the State to publish the names of victims.Aug. 5 marks  the shooting of the 13 Roses, young women who were convicted of supporting the bombing death of General Isaac Gabaldon in July 29, 1939. The case also included two other women, Antonia Torres and Julia Vellisca, and another 53 men, all shot against the walls of the cemetery in Madrid.

Madrid City Council has rescued from oblivion the names and details of almost 3,000 people murdered by the victorious fascist catholics during the postwar Franco dictatorship in pSain.

This is the largest documentary work done in Madrid on those executed in the postwar period, since the aforementioned list reviews the number of 2,663 executed and executed in Madrid by the historians Mirta Núñez and Antonio Rojas in about three hundred people. Continue reading 3.000 people killed by Madrid Fascists finally named

Women’s Day Marches attacked by Turkish Fascist Police: 17 Arrested

Turkish police teams on Sunday detained 17 people involved in International Women’s Day celebrations in Ankara and Tekirdağ provinces. International Women’s Day is marked every March 8.

Ten people were detained in front of the Çankaya municipal building in Ankara, while seven were taken into custody in Tekirdağ’s Çorlu Heykel Square after they were subjected to disproportionate force by the police.
Turkish media reports said police took heavy security measures and used pepper spray to disperse the crowds where the celebrations were taking place and that the number of detainees could increase further.

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8th March..First Ever Feminist General Strike called in Spain

Its a Feminist women’s strike. In order to give it legal coverage it had to be officially registered by a Trade Union, in this case the anarchist CGT. But it’s not legal to call a Women’s Strike in Spain, so they went one further and registered it as the first feminist General Strike. Legal and official.

CGT women officially registered the Feminist General Strike 

Why is the feminist strike on March 8 different from all the others?

The mobilizations and the strike for International Women’s Day are called in more than 150 countries for a more just and egalitarian society. This is just one of the data that makes this call unique. la página web de la Comisión 8M.

On March 8, International Women’s Day, a new, unprecedented strike was called for, a women’s strike, which shouts to want them “free, alive, feminist, combative and rebellious”. Thus, a call is made to support the stoppages, for all women who can and for all women who do not. But do you know what this feminist strike means and why it is not like the others?

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CNT Dock Strike in Barcelona.. Comminiqué and Insight


16 FEB …The Dockers have been reinstated in their jobs and VICTORY declared for now


”Our affiliates are accused of putting their own lives ahead of the economic benefits of the company. And that’s why they ARE DISMISSED.

700 people die each year in work accidents in the Spanish State. THIS STRIKE IS FOR THEM. This strike is for all of you, WORKERS, who, like our companions, are forced day after day to choose between your safety or your sustenance.

First of all, DIGNITY. Soon they will know that we are not merchandise.



Statement on the dismissal of three Dockers in the Port of Barcelona

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Dismissal of three union workers without any cause. The message is clear: the firm defense of workers’ rights is not allowed. We pick up the glove. One month before the Trial for Collective Conflict is held before the Social Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of Catalonia, our company MOORING & PORT SERVICE intends to gain an advantage .that will allow it to influence collective bargaining Continue reading CNT Dock Strike in Barcelona.. Comminiqué and Insight

The Acorn. issue 39 : Resistance on the streets in 2018!

In this issue:

  1. “Let’s put our resistance on the streets in 2018!”
  2. Fake democracy – neoliberals ramp up information war
  3. So who’s behind the attacks on Antifa?
  4. Terrorists, pseudogangs and psyops
  5. The wisdom of being an anarchist
  6. Acorninfo

1. “Let’s put our resistance on the streets in 2018!”

Resistance against the global capitalist system and its police-state repression will be coming to the streets of Europe at the start of 2018, with important international demonstrations planned for Switzerland and Germany.

The action, and discussion, in Switzerland this month revolves around the meeting at Davos of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Swiss radicals are calling for anti-capitalist unity against the WEF and the plutofascist system it represents.

They say: “This year’s WEF slogan is ‘Creating a common future in a broken world’. We agree that the world is not what it should be. But unlike the WEF we see…

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-PDF’s- Abraham Guillén -Economist, Anarchist and Creator of the Urban Guerrilla

PDF]revalorización de la guerrilla urbana – ARCHIVO DE A. GUILLÉN Y …

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   The anarchist militant and libertarian economist Abraham Guillén Sanz wasn born on March 9, 1913  in Corduente (Guadalajara, Spain), in a peasant family,

free download here ..Anarchist economics – Abraham Guillen –  PDF book about the economics of the Spanish libertarian collectives 1936-1939.. An improved attempt at describing the possibilities of how production and distribution might be organised on libertarian communist linesfrom an anarcho-syndicalist perspective has been made by SolFed here: and is worthy of a critical read.

As a young man he did agricultural work and worked extracting resin. Then he studied in Madrid on a scholarship from the republican authorities. Affiliated with the Young Libertarian Youth, he was also a member of the National Confederation of Labor (CNT) and the Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI).

During the first months of the Revolution and Civil War he was director of Juventud Libre  (Free Youth), published by the Peninsular Committee of the Libertarian Youth. He was also editor of Castilla Libre and CNT. He went to the front lines and from 1938 he was political commissar in the XIV Division and the IV Army Corps, commanded by Cipriano Mera. He was also a leader of the Nosotros Group and a spokesman for FAI, the Iberian Federation of Libertarian Youth (FIJL) and the Iron Column in Valencia. Continue reading -PDF’s- Abraham Guillén -Economist, Anarchist and Creator of the Urban Guerrilla

Local Activist on Iran protests: Bread. Jobs. Freedom.

Protest in Zanjan, December 30 2017     We are publishing this dispatch direct from an activist in Iran, trying to make some sense of the current wave of protests. The situation is moving so quickly, and the protests sufficiently diffuse, that anyone claiming to know what will happen can be disregarded. The contribution we can make is to ask questions, to look at what has happened, is happening; and only from that speculate about what might happen in the future. We hope that more will contribute to this effort in the coming days and weeks.

We have lightly edited this piece for translation issues and to add footnotes.

From Armin Sadeghi, January 4th 2018.

Are we waging a revolution in Iran? Perhaps not. But if we perceive the essence of a revolution as “the abolition of fear”, then everyone has heard (and seen) the Iranian people shouting with no fear that “the emperor has no clothes”.It is hard to anticipate beyond this, since the conflicting social forces have not yet fully unfolded; and it is almost impossible to grasp a revolution as it’s being made. But, we can speculate on the situation, just as Marx wrote to Ruge1: “The internal difficulties seem to be almost greater than the external obstacles. Continue reading Local Activist on Iran protests: Bread. Jobs. Freedom.