Tag Archives: Turkey

On the Turkish invasion of Syria: some recommendations

A few different perspectives and statements against the new war which I thought said something worthwhile. Most if not all of these were written before the latest Assad-PYD deal, more analysis of that would be very welcome. Syria’s Kurds abandoned … Continue reading

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Quick updates on Picturehouse, McDonald’s, the far right and the arms trade

A few updates on things that’ll be happening in early September: At Picturehouse Cinemas, more than 90% of staff at the Ritzy, Crouch End, Hackney, Central, East Dulwich and Dukes locations have voted to continue strike action. There’s meant to … Continue reading

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An unlucky day for the Turkish state? Solidarity with Hüseyin Civan on Friday the 13th

London Anarchist Federation and London Anarchist Black Cross are calling for people to join a picket of the Turkish embassy between 12-2 on Friday 13th in solidarity with Hüseyin Civan, a jailed Turkish comrade. In their words: When? 12-2pm, Friday 13th … Continue reading

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A Vita-l Victory

As the “official” union-led fightback against austerity slowly falls to pieces, it’s good to take a look at some more successful struggles, as a reminder that we don’t always lose. Ireland’s seen an encouraging amount of workplace occupations recently, with … Continue reading

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