Arbeiderklassen og arbeidskjøperklassen har ingenting felles.
Fred kan ikke råde så lenge nød og savn finnes blant
millioner av det arbeidende folk, og de få, som utgjør arbeidskjøperklassen,
har alle livets goder.
Mellom disse to klasser må det pågå en kamp til verdens
arbeidere organiserer seg som klasse, tar produksjonsutstyret i besittelse,
avskaffer lønnsarbeidet og lever i harmoni med jorden.
Sentraliseringen av industriens ledelse på færre og færre
hender setter fagforeningene ute av stand til å mestre arbeidskjøperklassens
stadig voksende makt.
Fagforeningene fostrer en tilstand, som tillater en gruppe arbeidere
å bli satt opp mot en annen gruppe arbeidere innen samme industri,
og bidrar følgelig til, at de beseirer hverandre i lønnskriget.
Fagforeningene hjelper dessuten atbeidskjøperklassen a spre troen
blant arbeidere; at arbeiderklassen har interesser felles med deres arbeidskjøpere.
Disse forhold kan bli endret og arbeiderklassens interesser opprettholdt
bare av en organisasjon formet på slik måte, så alle
dens medlemmer i hvilken som helst industri, eller om nødvendig,
i alle industrier, nedlegger arbeidet når som helst en streik, eller
lockout pågår i noen av dens deler. Slik blir en urett mot
en, en urett mot alle.
Submitted on Tue, 11/25/2014 - 7:08am
Students at Norman High School in Norman, Oklahoma walkedout of their classes at 9:20 A.M. on Monday, November 24th, 2014 greeted by hundreds of activists and supporters boldly standing with them in solidarity. Why?
Throughout the semester, an 18-year-old senior at the school raped three female students, publicized the rapes and humiliated the survivors. These girls were met with bullying and harassment, one being forced to leave the school because of constant hazing; another was not even able to enter the school before being violently confronted by the rapist's friends. Another retaliated when being harassed and was asked to leave the school for the remainder of the year until things "blow over." The administration punished the survivor for self-defense and has done nothing to address rape, sexual assault and harassment in their school community.
Submitted on Mon, 11/24/2014 - 1:24pm
We call the entire working class for a
GENERAL STRIKE on 11/27/2014
Against austerity and predatory neoliberal policies
Against the terrorism of poverty and degradation
Against State’s authoritarianism and the policing of public spaces
Against the relentless onslaught of capitalist elites and their state-servant
The working class does not claim fraternal benefits and privileges
It fights for the liberation of all humanity from the tyranny of the capital
Our resistance will be unyielding until they are finally overthrown.
ΓΕΝΙΚΗ ΑΠΕΡΓΙΑ ΔΙΑΡΚΕΙΑΣ
Submitted on Thu, 11/20/2014 - 5:15pm
Update: Join Whole Foods Workers for a 24 Hour Picket at Whole Foods' Northern California Distribution Center This Weekend! Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/517441525025495/
Whole Foods Union Wins Raise for San Francisco Stores’ Lowest-Paid Employees
By Tim Maher - Whole Foods Workers Union, November 14, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - A fledgling union of workers at the South of Market Whole Foods in San Francisco used workplace actions to compel Whole Foods management to implement a $1.25 per hour wage increase for those employees at the lowest wage tier.
Submitted on Wed, 11/19/2014 - 1:45pm
On this day, Nov. 19, 1915, Joe Hill was murdered by the State of Utah.
A songwriter, itinerant laborer, and union organizer, Joe Hill became famous around the world after a Utah court convicted him of murder. Even before the international campaign to have his conviction reversed, however, Joe Hill was well known on picket lines and at workers’ rallies as the author of popular labor songs and as an Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) agitator. Thanks in large part to his songs and to his stirring, well—publicized call to his fellow workers on the eve of his execution—”Don’t waste time mourning, organize!”—Hill became, and he has remained, the best—known IWW martyr and labor folk hero.