At one point, I didn't put up links since the site was updated only once-and-a-while
and there was a chance that many links could go stale. But now, this site is
being updated regular and its links better than most of the sites out there
- as of 6/16/03. But there's always a chance I'll once again let things go.
Even if that happens, the links here should give some idea that real anti-state
communism and Situationist-influenced thinking has fair number of folks in the
milieu. Still, there are always more links on other sites as well.
The web is getting big.
Categories:Ant-State Communist, Autonomist,
Marxist Humanism Etc., Anarchist, News
And Current Information , Defining Texts
Interesting Anti-State Communist And Situationist
- Kolinka (collective(ly)
in communist movement) - also
Here, Kick-ass reports of class struggle.
- Excellent publishers and website. Also has a good links section.
- Situationist International Online
(new link 7-3-2003)- Excellent And Complete Situationist
Archive, nothingness.org is another
SI archive - but the first link is more complete and more systematically organized.
Ken Knab's site is also good and
the not bored site has some
- For Communism - The John
Gray Website. An excellent, comprehensive archive of communist writings and
- Chanfles! - the word
- Troploin - Articles from La Banquise,
and by ex-members of that project, especially Gilles Dauve, AKA Jean Barrot.
- Aufheben - The UK communist
magazine - recommended.
- Practical History
- Texts on the Gulf War, Reclaim the Streets and much more.
- Break Their Haughty Power
- Texts by US anti-state communist Loren Goldner.
- Anti-Economy Anti-Capital
Net - Against Sleep and Nightmare magazines and other stuff (possibly
where you are now).
- Wildcat London/US "Anti-civilization"
communists. Excellent discussions of proletarian resistance in Somalia, former-Yugoslavia
- The Infantile Disorder Site - Large
selections of texts by the communist lefts, and other useful stuff. Especially
notable for a comprehensive links
section as well.
Communist Workers Organization - One of the larger "classical"
orgainzations of the Communist Left.
- Black Star North
- "Confronted with the prospect of ecological meltdown and the eclipse
of humanity by the progress of computer technology and genetic engineering,
we are forced to ask ourselves--- are we serious? Do we really want to destroy
this society, or are we content confined to the comfortable ghettos of anarchism
and activism?... "
- p / (k + v) -
Communist and other texts in various languages. The name is Marx's equation
for surplus value - putting an arithmetic slant on exploitation.
- Internationalist Communist
Group - Left Communists with with antidemocratic politics, who publish
Communism (They have a relentless absolutism that is actually kind-of
- n+1 Italian
based Left Communists
- Theorie Communiste
- French language communist revue.
- Commie zero zero
- small page of non-dogmatic libertarian communist theory and poetry.
- Red and Black Notes -
Council Communist influenced project in Canada
- Ab Irato. - on art and subversion,
influenced by the SI and the communist left
- Folkmakt - Swedish group relating
to the German/Dutch communist left
- Biblioteca virtual
revolucionária - Brazilian site with communist, situationist and
- Paul Petard - fanciful communist
cartoons and rants
- Wage Slave X's Revolutionary
Anti-Capitalist Homepage - Left Communist site, referring to International
- defunct group that with an archive of council communist and other texts
- Spunk Press - huge anarchist archive.
Lots o' stuff. It does not seem to be very well updated lately. Once you archived
it all, what's there to do?
- London Class Struggle Gridlock
Site - ContraFlow, Bad Attitude, Taking Liberties, etc., and other material
on struggles around the workplace, housing, schools, prisons and more. Not
updated since 1997. But how much has alienation changed since then?
- Cercle Social - anti-speciesist libertarian communists based in France (anyone
- Spectacular Times - Online
version of the stylish anarcho-situationist pamphlets of the late, inspired,
Larry Law - perhaps some of first, best zines.
The Red Menace Archives The Red Menace was a newsletter published in London
from 1989-1990 by a group of individuals as a contribution to the movement
for a stateless, moneyless and classless world human community communism.
Workers Group - Canadian Section of the International Bureau for the
Revolutionary Party, publishes Internationalist Notes. Group is in the
tradition of the left communist and Amadeo Bordiga. Talk of the "invariant
communist program" has its strengths and its weaknesses.
Party Of Iraq And Iran - This group has active links to the class struggle
in Iraq and Iran. While this groups defends most of the classical positions
of the "communist left", it sometime presents a transitional
program involving a popular republic rather than calling for the immediate
dictatorship of the proletariat. Other times, they present a position in accord
with our approach see their article: the
Future regime in Iraq must be the direct rule of the masses, crucial text
describing the need for the direct power of the masses. Naturally, we are
leary of efforts at creating "progressive coalitions". At the same
time, we are curious how their influence will pan-out in the present Iraqi
crucible (this note written on 6/16/03).
See also the Bordiga
Archive for more Left Communist links
Autonomism, Marxist Humanism Etc.
- Ed Emery, His Archive
- Large set of autonomist writings, including Negri, Bologna and others, from
the creator of Red Notes.
- Collective Action
Notes - Large collection of communist texts, old and new.
- Midnight Notes - US Autonomist
- Autonomists with a sometimes useful discussion list (archived here)
- alt.eRED - Autonomist site
- The "Commoner" - Autonomist
site. You'd think they could come up with a better name than that, sheesh.
I'd say the revolutionary proletarian does not aim to be common or ordinary
but to live her/his desires. But this give some idea of "common"
- News And Letters - Marxist
Humanist, non-Leninist Marxists, yet their politics doesn't differ very notably
from many leftist outfits.
Anarchist And Miscellaneous
- Killing King Abacus -
Site for Killing King Abacus, Hot Tide Discussion Bulletin and Willful Disobedience.
Far closer to our politics than most anarchist theory, recommended.
- Class Against Class -
Site with mainly autonomist, council communist, and other texts.
- Anarchist Federation - Anarchist Platformist
group influenced by council communism.
- thr@all - Anarchist news
and views from Aotearoa/New Zealand.
- Guerra Sociale - Insurectionary
anarchist text in Italian and English.
Comments - on the international day of action of June 18th, 1999.
- The Liberation Army of
the Free Papua Movement (TPN/OPM) - "We are not terrorists! We do
not want modern life! We refuse any kinds of development: religious groups,
aid agencies, and governmental organisations just Leave Us Alone, Please!"
Indigenous people acting to defend to defend their way of existence
Interesting Bourgeois And Conspiracy Sites
- Antiwar.com This frequently updated
site is excellent for documenting the progress of the war machine. Certainly,
if we have disagree with antiwar's "conservatism", we just as much
disagree with any pro-capitalist liberalism.
- Prudentbear.com Credit Bubble
Bulletin is especially worth checking out. This "bear" investment
site contains some excellent dirt on the condition of the present financial
system. The main thing that this analysis of the crisis misses is
over-production, as well
described by William Greider. Naturally, I still recommend my Return
Of The Crisis article as a synthesis of these two aspect of the crisis
- Lyndon Larouche - Larouche could
be considered the most sophisticated thinker still trying to salvage capitalist
society. He correctly analyzes the current ruling class as decadent and seeks
to return the rising periods of capitalism, such as the new deal, where capitalism
actually rebuilt it's infrastructure and social relations. Naturally, his
diagnosis is more cogent than the cure he offers (such as a massive increase
in the use of nuclear power).
- From The Wilderness; Mike Ruppert On
of the most eloquent and influential "conspiracy" thinkers. Ruppert
is worth a read for what he does question but always keeping an eye on what
he doesn't question (American democracy, justice, "the
constitution" etc.). His position on oil as the fundamental dynamic in
the world crisis is extremely appealing to those unwilling to see the modern
world as controlled by systems. All this is addressed in The
Return Of The Crisis as well as some re-postings
of my comment on oil panic ideology, on the now-defunct fromthewilderness
- Sherman Skolnick Some of Skolnicks
stuff certainly sounds out-there. He's worth reading his many references to
older conspiracies of the US ruling class - events which are still playing
in conflict's within today's ruling class. Read Skolnick and check his references
with google. It's an enlightening experiance.
- Mad Cow Productions This is another
interesting site. The real story of Mohammed Atta seems to indeed be very
- New Perspectives Quarterly The premier
magazine of the of the American ruling class. For a fine sign of their psychosis,
check out the issue America's
Might, complete with ecstatic naratives of the glorious murderous
abilities of US carrier groups
- I put together many
more topical links for The
Crisis Of Everything.