Left Communism or the Left of Capital!
In 1979, with introducing petty bourgeoisie anti-imperialist deceived the working class.
Now trying to make the green movement as a radical movement is a slogans intended to tempt
of the working class. If the class struggle goes its own way, organizing and intensification
of class struggle are the role of true Communists, although it is hard and exhausting. However,
following the green movement by making it radical is way easier.
| Class Consciousness & Revolutionary Organisations - Programmatic Theses|
Ten Theses on the Communist Project Today (Internationalist Comrades)
Only the proletariat’s conscious struggle for its own emancipation can
lead to the overthrow of capitalism and to the creation of a communist
society.Communism is a radical project that emerges as a necessity from
the real social relations and it draws its force from a rational and ethical
liberating dictate: the constitution of the human species in a community,
the creation of a universal society governed by the principle of justice,
conceived as a universal relationship of equality and collectivity among
SOME BASIC PROGRAMMATIC THESES (Internationalist Comrades)
In the present capitalist social system of exploitation of labour by capital, the
conflict between productive forces and productive relations -which is due to the
contradiction between the social character of production and the individual
appropriation of wealth that is produced- is increasingly growing causing an intensity
of social contradictions and a sharpening of struggle between the bourgeoisie and
Class Consciousness & Revolutionary Organisations (CWO)
The issue of “consciousness” is one of the most important for the working class and for revolutionaries.
Behind it lies the really big questions, such as “How can capitalism be destroyed?”, and “Is the working
class capable of creating a new society?”…
It is our aim to address these and other questions here but not as abstract philosophy.
Our approach will be unashamedly historical and attempt to draw out the real experience of the working class in its
struggles of the last two centuries..