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  • Rød Ungdom [Red Youth, Norway]

    Red Youth is the youth organization of the Red Party in Norway. Steady growing, Red Youth has over 800 members, all united in the ever growing fight against capitalism. Red Youth is a communist organization, with it's roots in the M-L environment, but now quite pan-leftistic and advocates for marxism, direct democracy, feminism and revolutionary socialism.



    Note to RKU - No we're not social-democrats, cause shut up.

    Last Activity: 24th March 2016 16:24

    4 member(s)
    Creative Destruction Dullum RedBaltico Nicolai
    Latest Discussion: Andre partier i Norge
  • Unite the Left

    This group is for organizing the growing anti-capitalist sentiment throughout the world into programmatic unity. We believe that in order to defeat capitalism, socialists of all tendencies must come together and act as one in the fight against exploitation. In this group we hope to draw in adherents of all tendencies to engage in open minded debate on what actions should be taken in the establishment of socialism. No matter what our differences are, we all agree on the most important thing... Capitalism must go, and only together can we get rid of it!

    Last Activity: 21st August 2017 12:24

    91 member(s)
    Johnnyred james119a TheFriedRooster Noxian Loganauer Red Spark Guardia Rossa karlkropotkin Galbatorix994 Aslan
    Latest Discussion: Extension of "Left Unity"
  • Discordianism

    A 'ha-ha' serious (not really but totally) religion based around the veneration of the Greek Goddess of Discord and Confusion, Eris, and the words of the Honest Book of Truth, as set forth in the Principa Discordia. Remember: There is no tyranny in confusion.

    Last Activity: 12th July 2015 05:51

    7 member(s)
    Fnordie camus11 pax et aequalitas Münchhausen jookyle The Douche vagrantmoralist
  • Anarchist Black Cross

    The Anarchist Red Cross was started in Tsarist Russia to organize aid for political prisoners captured by the police, and to organize self-defense against political raids by the Cossack Army. During the Russian civil war, they changed the name to the Black Cross in order to avoid confusion with the Red Cross who were organizing relief in the country. After the Bolsheviks seized power the Anarchist movement moved the ABC offices to Berlin and continued to aid prisoners of the new regime, as well as victims of Italian fascism and others. The Black Cross fell apart during the 1930s depression due to the incredible demand for its services and a decline in financial aid. But in the late 1960s the organization resurfaced in Britain, where it first worked to aid prisoners of the Spanish resistance, which had not in fact died after the civil war and were fighting the dictator Franco's police. Now it has expanded and works in several areas, with contacts and other Black Cross groups in many countries around the world. The North American section started in the early 1980s.



    The ABC has sought to bring attention to the plight of all prisoners, with an emphasis on Anarchist and class war prisoners; and, through contact with and information about prisoners, inspire an Anarchist resistance and support movement on the outside. We fund-raise on behalf of prisoners or defense committees in need of funds for legal cases or otherwise, and organize demonstrations of solidarity with imprisoned Anarchists and other prisoners



    We believe, as most Anarchists do, that prisons serve no useful function (except for the benefit of the ruling classes) and should be abolished along with the State. We differ from liberal prison reformists and groups like Amnesty International in two main ways: firstly, we believe in the abolition of both the prison system and the society which creates it, and we initiate all our actions with that in mind; secondly, we believe in direct resistance to achieve a stateless and classless society. Groups like Amnesty International balk at supporting anyone accused of so-called violent acts, thus insinuating that anyone who resists oppression and takes up arms in self-defense, or during a revolutionary insurrection, is not worthy of support. The message is clear: do not resist. Our message is exactly the opposite, and this is what we work to support. We share a commitment to revolutionary Anarchism as opposed to liberalism and individualism or legalism.



    Outside of prison work, ABC groups are committed to the wider resistance in which many of these prisoners are engaged. We see a real need for Anarchists to be militantly organized if we are to effectively meet the organized repression of the State and avoid defeat. What is also needed is commitment to revolutionary politics. We see the setting up of Anarchist defense organizations, such as the ABC, as a necessary part of the growth and development of an Anarchist resistance movement, not divorcing ourselves from the revolutionary struggle and then just fighting for prison reform.



    As Anarchists we believe in the promotion of direct action and collective organization in the workplace, the schools, the community and the streets, as a means of regaining power over our own lives and creating a society based on mutual aid and cooperation.

    Last Activity: 13th March 2017 00:15

    13 member(s)
    ethos MrPsycho1994 Chels skeptical mrxist Sinister Intents Brosa Luxemburg BoratOfPhilosophy Buzzard St Pauli Partisans Rational Radical
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  • World Socialist Movement

    The World Socialist Movement (WSM) is an international organisation of socialist parties created in 1904 with the founding of the Socialist Party of Great Britain. The member parties share a common classical Marxist worldview and an adherence to socialism defined as a distinct economic system from capitalism. Therefore, the World Socialist parties are held in sharp contrast to Social democratic political parties and Leninist/Marxist-Leninist movements.

    Last Activity: 21st August 2017 15:36

    54 member(s)
    Johnnyred GLF guevarism TomLeftist Diego Cyborg Communist Wizard RedLeaf CatTrap Blake's Baby Bluesteel
    Latest Discussion: SPGB Election Address 1910
  • Workers' Solidarity Alliance

    The Workers Solidarity Alliance is an anti-capitalist, anti-authoritarian organization of militants and organizers who believe that working people can build a new and better world based on the principles of solidarity and self-management.



    Our organization was founded in 1984 out of several older organizations, heavily influenced and associating with the ideas and traditions of anarcho-syndicalism. These ideas, as well as those of from the libertarian socialist and anarchist-communist traditions, form the current WSA basis for affiliation.



    Although there have been many high ups and low downs, the WSA has consistently held true to the principle of solidarity and our orientation to the working class. Our political statement, "Where We Stand," may be read here: http://workersolidarity.org/?page_id=78



    Our view is that a better society will be brought about only by working people building their own self-managed mass organizations. We believe the working class is in a prime position to overthrow the power of the bosses, and we participate in current struggles and in existing unions and independent unions to fight for our rights in the here and now, while working to build a self-managedworking-class movement.



    We see fights against racism, patriarchy, homophobia etc. as essential elements of the struggle for an egalitarian society. We advocate the development of anti-authoritarian political organization where membership is based on a shared political perspective. Political ideas need to be informed by practical experience, and, through organization, militants can avoid isolation and get together for common political work. We do not, however, claim to have the final "correct line" or all the answers.

    Last Activity: 9th November 2015 07:05

    10 member(s)
    TheRadicalAntichrist @narchyru1es Alex Jones Brandon's Impotent Rage SocialistStudent Skyhilist red flag over teeside LordAcheron
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  • Socialist Action

    Socialist Action is a national group of activists committed to the emancipation of workers and the oppressed. We strive to revitalize the anti-war, labor, anti-racist, feminist, student and other social movements. In the process we hope to bring activists together from different backgrounds into a revolutionary workers’ party that can successfully challenge the wealthy elite. Our ultimate goal is a truly democratic society organized to satisfy human needs, rather than corporate greed.



    class struggle and independence: We believe that the world is divided into opposing social classes, and that the main driving force of modern history is the struggle between the working class and the capitalist class. We are active partisans of the working class and believe in the need for independent working class politics – not alliances with the capitalists, or any wing of that class. That is why we call for workers to break from the Democratic Party to build a Labor Party based on the trade unions. In all of our political work we seek to get workers to see and think of themselves in terms of class, and to recognize that their class interests are diametrically opposed to that of the capitalists.



    revolution: We believe that the state and all of its institutions are instruments of the ruling class, and that therefore they cannot be used as tools of the working class, but have to be smashed. That is why we fight for revolution, instead of for seeking to merely reform or work within the system. When we fight for specific reforms we do so only with the understanding that in the final analysis real social change can only come about with the overthrow of capitalism, and the establishment of a workers’ government. We seek to link the demands for reforms with revolution through the Transitional Program and its method.



    the specially oppressed and oppressed nationalities: We support the struggles of those who are specially oppressed under capitalism – women, queers, national minorities, etc. We support and help build autonomous movements for the oppressed so that they can articulate their own demands, and develop political consciousness as a group. We support the right of self-determination for oppressed nationalities, including Blacks, Chicanos & Puerto Ricans.



    internationalism: While we support the nationalism of oppressed nationalities as progressive, we are internationalists, and as such we hold that the workers of one country have more in common with the workers of another than they do with their own nation’s capitalist class. We oppose the nationalism of oppressor nationalities as wholly reactionary. We seek to link the struggles of workers and oppressed across national boundaries, and to build an international revolutionary movement that will facilitate the sharing of experiences and political lessons from one country with revolutionaries in another. That is why we maintain fraternal relations with the Fourth International.



    vanguard party: The capitalist class is highly organized, and to overthrow it the working class likewise needs organization. We believe in the need for a disciplined party of professional revolutionaries based on a political program that incorporates the lessons of past working class victories and defeats. The class struggle ebbs and flows – to maintain continuity and to be prepared for openings in the class struggle there is a need for an organization of always-active revolutionaries. We believe within such a party there must be complete and fair discussion and democracy, and the right to even form factions and tendencies to fight for your ideas. However, these democratically made decisions (the party line) must be binding on all members, and the party has to act as a common unit in carrying out the decided upon line in order to test if it is correct or not. This is called democratic centralism.



    united fronts: Recognizing the divisions that exist on the left and within the workers’ movement, as well as the low level of class consciousness that exists among many workers, we seek to form united fronts, and united front type organizations, around specific issues where various groups have agreement with us. In this way we seek to maximize our impact and the number of forces that can be mobilized around a given issue, demonstrate the power and effectiveness of mass action as opposed to symbolic small-scale and individual actions, and expose others on the left and the workers’ movement to our method of functioning and our political program. We also see this as the way of achieving meaningful revolutionary regroupment – because it allows different groups to work together and see whether or not they have significant political convergence. It should also be said that while we support the tactic of the united front, we are opposed to popular fronts – multi-class alliances that subordinate the interests of workers to that of a wing of the capitalist class.



    permanent revolution: This famous theory by Leon Trotsky holds that revolution in modern times, even in under-developed countries, has to be led by the working class and has to be a fully fledged socialist revolution – revolution cannot go through stages and cannot be made in alliance with any wing of the capitalist class. To be ultimately successful it also needs to be an international revolution. We believe that a successful socialist revolution will result in a workers’ government that is based on elected workers’ councils.



    Please, visit our website at SocialistAction.org!

    Last Activity: 24th March 2016 21:54

    4 member(s)
    HitchFan42 Preacher DoCt SPARTAN Ilyich
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  • International Organization for a Participatory Society (IOPS)

    For members of the IOPS.



    IOPS is an organization based on Albert's and Hahnel's parecon theory, and an attempt to organize internationally around those ideas or some form of them.



    A tentative founding convention is supposed to be held in June 2014, contingent on meeting a couple of membership goals.

    Last Activity: 25th January 2015 15:27

    3 member(s)
    BoratOfPhilosophy Open Creative Destruction
    Latest Discussion: Other IOPS members...
  • The 4th International

    The 4th international formed after the failure of the 3rd communist international to combat fascism and Nazism, by Leon Trotsky and his co thinkers, many of whom were leading members of their respective national parties. The 4th international is dedicated to the creation of a socialist society by adhering to both the immortal principles of Marxism and class struggle. We believe in forming United front struggle with other working class political groups in order to organize and educate the working class. Join now and work towards revolution with a dedicated group with comrades worldwide!

    Last Activity: 2nd December 2015 10:03

    4 member(s)
    Hester23 billydan DasFapital Geiseric
    Latest Discussion: website with material
  • Socialist Labour Party (UK)

    Group for members, supporters and international friends of the Socialist Labour Party.

    www.socialist-labour-party.org.uk/

    Last Activity: 28th August 2014 18:12

    2 member(s)
    SensibleLuxemburgist union6

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