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  • Autonomist Action Association

    The Autonomist Action Association is an organization that practices and believes in the political ideology of anarchism. Anarchism supports a stateless, classless, moneyless society based on non hierarchical free associations. There are many types of anarchists, from anarcho-communists, to anarcho-pacifists, but we just call ourselves as simply, anarchists.

    Last Activity: 22nd October 2015 22:53

    8 member(s)
    Nordic.Anarchist Chels skeptical mrxist Artemis666 LandAndLiberty O.f.A. HoboHomesteader Internationale
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  • Maoist Party of America

    a Small Political Party based in Joplin, Missouri

    Last Activity: 24th March 2016 21:31

    3 member(s)
    sirz345 William Howard Taft cobrawolf_meiji
    Latest Discussion: Question about this Party?
  • Revleft NKVD

    A group dedicated to discussing who is and who could be a possible capitalist or fascist infiltrator. Or otherwise, just finding out who doesn't belong here.

    Last Activity: 30th June 2016 15:31

    38 member(s)
    Comrade Crazy Commie giordanobr pibbieta theredmilitiaman Sinister Intents Comrade Njordr skeptical mrxist marxleninist The Undecided The Cleaner
  • Marxistpedia

    For Marxistpedia readers & contributors.





    http://marxistpedia.mwzip.com

    Last Activity: 23rd April 2016 15:00

    19 member(s)
    LionofTepelenë Jacob Cliff LeninistIthink p0is0n Guardia Rossa etiennel Centriops spottydotty RedKobra Zoroaster
    Latest Discussion: 2015 second half update
  • Revolutionary Socialists (Egypt)

    The group for allies and sympathizers with the Revolutionary Socialists (Egypt). Articles, statements, and various analyses made by the RS will be posted here. A brief description (lifted from Wikipedia):



    The Revolutionary Socialists (RS) are a Trotskyist organisation in Egypt. They are currently involved in establishing the Workers Democratic Party and the Coalition of Socialist Forces.



    The group began in the late 1980s among small circles of students influenced by Trotskyism. Adopting the current name by April 1995, the RS grew from a few active members, when the Egyptian left was very much underground, to a couple of hundred by the Second Palestinian Intifada. Despite not being able to freely organise under President Hosni Mubarak, the group's membership still increased due to their participation in the Palestinian solidarity movement.



    According to Mark LeVine, a professor of history at the University of California, the RS "played a crucial role organising Tahrir (during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011) and now in the workers movement" post-President Hosni Mubarak . . . In the aftermath of Mubarak's resignation as President, the RS is calling for permanent revolution. On May Day 2011, they chanted "A workers’ revolution against the capitalist government", while marching to Tahrir Square. They argue that the working class, particularly of Cairo, Alexandria and Mansoura were the key players in ousting Mubarak, rather than the Egyptian youths' use of social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, as has been widely reported. The RS sees the role of the Muslim Brotherhood post-Mubarak as "counter-revolutionary".



    The RS along with many other Egyptian leftist organisations are also seeking to establish a new workers party in the wake of Mubarak's downfall. The party, named the Workers Democratic Party, aims to have "workers as the main players and leaders of the party joined by a number of intellectuals". The establishment of such a party in Egypt is still illegal under the current government with the new Political Parties Law issued on 29 March 2011, where the establishment of class-based parties is strictly prohibited. Kamal Khalil - a leading RS member - responded by saying they are not concerned of the legality of the party: "We don't want a party based on paper, we want a party based in factories and workplaces".

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    Visit the Revolutionary Socialists' multilingual blog: http://global.revsoc.me



    Here is the organization's website in its original Arabic: http://revsoc.me

    Last Activity: 21st June 2015 06:43

    5 member(s)
    Delusional Kid RonPaulizKool SensibleLuxemburgist HitchFan42 Le Socialiste
  • Democratic Socialists of America

    The Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) is the largest socialist organization in the United States, and the principal U.S. affiliate of the Socialist International. DSA's members are building progressive movements for social change while establishing an openly democratic socialist presence in American communities and politics.



    At the root of our socialism is a profound commitment to democracy, as means and end. As we are unlikely to see an immediate end to capitalism tomorrow, DSA fights for reforms today that will weaken the power of corporations and increase the power of working people. For example, we support reforms that:



    decrease the influence of money in politics



    empower ordinary people in workplaces and the economy



    restructure gender and cultural relationships to be more equitable.



    We are activists committed to democracy as not simply one of our political values but our means of restructuring society. Our vision is of a society in which people have a real voice in the choices and relationships that affect the entirety of our lives. We call this vision democratic socialism — a vision of a more free, democratic and humane society.



    DSA's political perspective is called Where We Stand (http://www.dsausa.org/where_we_stand). It says, in part,



    We are socialists because we reject an international economic order sustained by private profit, alienated labor, race and gender discrimination, environmental destruction, and brutality and violence in defense of the status quo.



    We are socialists because we share a vision of a humane international social order based both on democratic planning and market mechanisms to achieve equitable distribution of resources, meaningful work, a healthy environment, sustainable growth, gender and racial equality, and non-oppressive relationships.

    Last Activity: 29th March 2018 01:43

    16 member(s)
    Prestejohns Loganauer WhiteCrow REDRAGƎ Communist_Rage mushroompizza LeftAgain DDR Agrarian HangtheBourgeoisie23 Habermas
    Latest Discussion: Bernie?
  • Communist Labor Party

    The Communist Labor Party is a revolutionary left-wing party in the U.S.A.



    The Communist Labor Party seeks to build community and political power for working, disabled, and oppressed people in the United States. We are a pro-labor, pro-feminist, non-sectarian and anti-imperialist party. We are currently active in the Pacific Northwest.



    Email: [email protected]



    Website: http://communistlaborparty.org

    Last Activity: 9th October 2017 05:57

    11 member(s)
    treich james119a guevarism AngelofDarkness tpoted commie-revolutionary EdwardStrangeway bluetortilla BorisBandit Chance
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  • Mensheviks

    The Mensheviks were a faction of the Russian socialist movement that emerged in 1904 after a dispute in the Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party between Vladimir Lenin and Julius Martov, leading to the party splitting into two factions, one being the Mensheviks and the other being the Bolsheviks. The dispute originated at the Second Congress of that party, ostensibly over minor issues of party organization. Martov's supporters, who were in the minority in a crucial vote on the question of party membership, came to be called "Mensheviks"

    Last Activity: 24th March 2017 20:41

    8 member(s)
    Communist Mutant From Outer Space ComradeAllende Brandon's Impotent Rage reviscom1 mos Flavius Q The Idler
  • Marx Memorial Library Members

    A group for members or supporters of the Marx Memorial Library in London.



    In the Library building with the help of Harry Quelch Lenin edited Iskra. 20th century press was also based in the International Brigade Archive room .



    In 1933, the fiftieth anniversary of the death of Karl Marx, a delegate meeting comprising trade unionists, veteran socialists belonging to the Labour Party and Communist Party, and representatives of the Labour Research Department and Martin Lawrence Publishers Ltd., considered setting up a permanent memorial to him. The meeting was held at Conway Hall against the backdrop of the Nazi burning of the books in Germany. In these circumstances, delegates resolved that the most appropriate memorial to Marx would be a Library.



    Given its place in London’s radical history, 37a Clerkenwell Green was considered the ideal premises. Thus the Marx Memorial Library and Workers’ School was founded.



    Study classes, held in the evenings, became the distinguishing feature of the Workers’ School, which was divided into faculties of science, history and political economy. Prominent speakers included J.D. Bernal, J.S. Haldane, Eric Hobsbawm, Christopher Hill, Tom Mann.



    In 1934 Viscount Hastings, who had studied under the great Mexican artists Diego Rivera, executed a large fresco style mural on the wall of the first-floor reading room. Titled ‘The Worker of the Future Clearing away the Chaos of Capitalism’, it illustrates events and leading thinkers in the history of British Labour.



    A Library of books, pamphlets, archives and posters grew over the years and was augmented significantly by the donation of the International Brigade Association archive in 1975, the Klugmann Collection in 1977, the Bernal Peace Library in 1994 and the archives of the print unions in 2009.



    The Library expanded to occupy the whole building over the years. The premises achieved Grade II listed building status after the facade was restored in 1968-9 to the way it had originally looked in 1738. During further refurbishments in 1986, tunnels were discovered underneath the Library.



    For over eighty years the Library has continued its work collecting published and archival material on the science of Marxism, trade unionism and the working class movement and making them available to through education courses.

    Last Activity: 29th August 2015 16:00

    1 member(s)
    LeninistIthink
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  • Socialist Standard

    Socialist Standard is a monthly socialist magazine published without interruption since September 1904 by the Socialist Party of Great Britain. The magazine is written in a simple, direct style and focuses mainly on socialist advocacy and Marxian analysis of current events, particularly those affecting the United Kingdom.

    http://bestofsocialiststandard.blogspot.com/

    Last Activity: 21st June 2017 22:56

    27 member(s)
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    Latest Discussion: Save the Socialist Standard

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  • Marxist-Leninists

    Marxism-Leninism is the theory and practice of the Communists, who uphold the works of Marx, Engels and Lenin in the struggle for proletarian revolution, the construction of socialism, and the triumph of communism on a world scale. It is the scientific ideology of the working-class and its vanguard which accomplish these aims.

    Marxism-Leninism bases itself on historical and dialectical materialism, taking into account the objective material conditions existent in each country and region. It supports just struggles against imperialism and neo-colonialism whose victories are guaranteed through the leading role of the working-class in said struggles. It supports internationalism as the guiding basis of the foreign policy of the socialist state and in the approach to inter-imperialist conflicts. Marxist-Leninists fight for both democratic and socialist demands and, where necessary in the world, carry out any bourgeois-democratic tasks in tandem with the uninterrupted move over into the socialist revolution.

    The struggles waged by Marx, Engels and Lenin against all forms of revisionism, opportunism and reformism constituted both the defense of scientific socialism and its creative development, opposing both "left" and right-wing deviations.

    The construction of socialism in the Soviet Union and likeminded countries provided a superior alternative to the capitalist system. The treacherous policies pursued by the restorers of capitalism constituted a heavy setback for the world working-class movement, but they could not reverse the nature of capitalism and the inevitability of class struggles for socialism under it.

    Marxism-Leninism remains the ideology of the working-class by virtue of its scientific content and objective merits in the epoch of imperialism and the decay of capitalism.

    =Reading List=
    -Basics-
    * https://archive.org/details/PoliticalEconomyACondensedCourse
    * https://archive.org/details/MaterialismDialecticalMethod
    * https://www.rhizzone.net/forum/topic/13358/ (Elementary Principles of Philosophy)
    * https://archive.org/details/lininandtherussi035179mbp (an introduction to Lenin's life, Leninism, and the October Revolution along with the first few years afterward)
    * https://archive.org/details/AShortHistoryOfTheCPSU
    * https://archive.org/details/InternationalWorkingClassAndCommunistMovementHisto ricalRecord
    * https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1917/staterev/ (The State and Revolution, by V.I. Lenin)
    * https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1920/lwc/ ("Left-Wing" Communism, An Infantile Disorder, by V.I. Lenin)
    * https://www.marxists.org/archive/lenin/works/1916/imp-hsc/ (Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism, by V.I. Lenin)
    * http://bookzz.org/book/862537/add33c (Fundamentals of Marxism-Leninism)
    -Advanced-
    * https://archive.org/details/PoliticalEconomyCapitalism
    * https://archive.org/details/PoliticalEconomySocialism
    * https://archive.org/details/tfomlp (The Fundamentals of Marxist-Leninist Philosophy)
    -See Also-
    * http://www.revleft.com/vb/threads/195470-Compilations-of-writings-by-Marx-Engels-and-Lenin-(PDFs)

    NOTE: To all forum users wishing to join, have some indication that you are a ML in your profile.

    Category: Tendencies
    Last Activity: Yesterday 06:33

    571 member(s)
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  • Orthodox Trotskyism

    Orthodox Trotskyism, so called by both adherents and detractors, is a political current within the broader Trotskyist movement that bases itself on the work of Leon Trotsky and his associates, such as James P. Cannon, who advanced Marxist theory in the direction indicated by Trotsky's work, in opposition to the revisionist theories of Pablo, Shachtman, Cliff and others. Orthodox Trotskyists emphasise the analysis, first outlined by Trotsky, of the Soviet Union as a degenerated workers' state, of the Stalinist bureaucracy as a contradictory stratum, and of the present epoch of the class struggle as being characterised by a deep crisis of leadership that can only be resolved by forging, on a firm basis, a Fourth International of revolutionary Bolsheviks-Leninists. This group is for adherents to the orthodox Trotskyist line, and every comrade who is interested in orthodox Trotskyist theory.

    Category: Tendencies
    Last Activity: 13th April 2018 11:33

    29 member(s)
    Callum the communist BreakAllTheChains Chekist IsaacIsaac Konikow Art Vandelay Red Baker tomcres LeninistIthink Bee
    Latest Discussion: Rip
  • Romantic Sound

    For all those who's passion finds an outlet in music with themes about love and romance. Countless genres around the world from oldies and 70's ballads in the west to C-ambient and soothing J-pop ballads in the east. Romantic tones find themselves being a universal language. We don't care if this music makes us seem soft or weak, the mood it puts us in is powerful.

    Category: Interests
    Last Activity: 12th April 2018 22:45

    2 member(s)
    Callum the communist Bala Perdida
    Latest Discussion: What genre do you love to?
  • Industrial Workers of the World

    A union for all workers.

    An injury to one is an injury to all

    http://www.iww.org/

    Last Activity: 12th April 2018 22:45

    15 member(s)
    Callum the communist Pilotgrrl TheRightfulEmperor treich AngelofDarkness tpoted Birk umeradam TheFriedRooster Molotov1848
    Latest Discussion: This group doesn't have any discussions yet.
  • Castroism

    This group is for people who feel cuba's revolution is now the example for world revolution in the 21rst century

    Category: Tendencies
    Last Activity: 12th April 2018 22:45

    7 member(s)
    Callum the communist james119a guevarism yorkshireman ForNoGoodReason MiguelTheSocialist Raul Castro
  • Debunking leftists.

    As the tendency name suggests, this group is for interested leftists to come together, dispell and find quick refutations of common myths surrounding economics, discrimination, Communism itself and other subjects that commonly appear in the discourse of modern politics.

    If you get pissed off whenever you hear a comparison between Marx, Lenin Pol-Pot and Hitler, If you tremble uncontrollably at the words 'a way between extreme Marxism and Capitalism' or 'Good on paper but bad in practice', If you hate having to put up the constant conservative vomits who continuously explain to you how deregulation would increase competition and therefore worker's luxury of living, then this is the group for you!

    Category: Interests
    Last Activity: 12th April 2018 22:44

    41 member(s)
    Callum the communist BreakAllTheChains Pinko_Cuck Faust Arp LeninistIthink The_Southern_Leftist Lenin_Was_Right flaming bolshevik M-L-C-F Socialist99
  • Linguistics Group

    A Group for the discussion of Historical and Scientific linguistics, as well as the learning of languages.

    Category: Interests
    Last Activity: 6th April 2018 17:22

    56 member(s)
    Potemkin Andrew_Zito tomcres Guardia Rossa Faust Arp Chomskyan Socialist99 Oulian Red_Banner OHumanista
  • Luxemburgists

    For all those who identify as Luxemburgists or are influenced by Rosa Luxemburg and her writings and actions.

    Category: Tendencies
    Last Activity: 29th March 2018 01:57

    280 member(s)
    BreakAllTheChains RainbowRevolution AmericanCommunist criticalrealist allforbread JoPalma TheFriedRooster Noxian Idahoan_Luxemburgist InfuriatinglyRed
    Latest Discussion: Anarchism and Luxemburgism
  • International Marxist Tendency

    For supporters of the IMT, who understand that when the workers move, it will not be through "revolutionary" parties of 2 men and their dog, but through their traditional mass organizations.

    The same organizations that have been bureaucratized, hijacked, and turned against their members will be flooded by the awakened working class. Workers will flush the rats out of their unions and labour parties, and take them on the road of struggle against capitalism.

    When that happens, we must be there to show a revolutionary way out.

    Last Activity: 29th March 2018 01:54

    63 member(s)
    LeninistIthink Bee MarxistVoice OHumanista Human Liberation Front CyM DasFapital YugoslavSocialist znk666 RusskiHermit
    Latest Discussion: Socialist Appeal
  • Wobblies

    For any members and supporters of Industrial Workers of the World.

    Founded in 1905, the IWW is open to all workers. Only bosses are not allowed to join. If you are currently unemployed, you can still join. You have a legal right to join a union and your membership is confidential.

    We are a volunteer-driven union, and this means we, not union bosses or bureaucrats, run the union. The IWW is not controlled by or affiliated with any political party or political movement. No money goes to politicians. Membership dues are used to maintain the union and assist organising campaigns. As a result, monthly dues are low.

    The IWW contends that all workers should be united as a class and that the wage system should be abolished. This can only be achieved through direct action, such as strikes and pickets.

    Last Activity: 29th March 2018 01:53

    This is a private group.