Saturday, 2 February 2019

London ACG public meeting on Feb 17th


Free movement of solidarity!
With all the furore over Brexit, it is becoming increasingly obvious that all politicians care about is that we keep consuming-whether it be in or out of the EU. No one seems interested in opening up borders to refugees, fighting climate change or ensuring that workers all over the world are free from exploitation. What matters is ‘free trade’. This is what capitalism is all about- getting us to work, often in horrendous conditions, so that products can continue to be produced, shipped around the world, and consumed. And the less we look at what goes into these products, the better. As long as we keep working and consuming, all will be well- at least for capital! Of course we need to consume to live, but what is produced, by whom and how, should be decided by workers and communities.
The London Anarchist Communist Group invites you to participate in a workshop organised by the London Mining Network. Take a critical look at where are most cherished products come from and consider how we can promote free movement of international solidarity.
Sunday February 17th from 2pm at May Day Rooms, 88 Fleet Street, London


Tuesday, 22 January 2019

New ACG pamphlet: The Italian Factory Councils and The Anarchists

New ACG pamphlet: The Italian Factory Councils And The Anarchists, Only £2.00.
The history of the Italian factory councils of 1920-1921 deserves to be more widely known outside academic circles and revolutionary groups. That’s why we have brought out this cheap pamphlet. We believe that the events surrounding the factory councils should be highlighted for a number of reasons.They point to alternative forms of organisation that appear at times of revolutionary ferment and outside of Turin the movement was predominantly driven by Anarchists and Anarcho-syndicalists- something which our “friends” the Leninists don’t want you to know about




Thursday, 13 December 2018

Lpndon ACG Public Meeting on Class Struggle In The Care System- January 13th 2019

Struggling to Care: Class Struggle in the Care System.
The meeting will include discussions on topics of mental health, Universal Credit and social work with a speaker from Mental Health Resistance Network invited. Takes place on Sunday January 13th at 2pm at:
May Day Rooms
88 Fleet Street
London EC4Y 1DH
(nearest tube Blackfriars and St, Paul’s, bus 15)
https://www.anarchistcommunism.org/2018/12/13/london-meeting-class-struggle-in-the-care-system-13th-jan/

Two new pamphlets from the ACG!

The Anarchist Communist Group has just produced two new pamphlets – Is Class Still Relevant: An Anarchist Communist Perspective and What Happened To The Revolution?
Class is available for £1.75 (includes postage), Revolution is available for £2.75 (includes postage)

Russian antifascists fundraiser


** Russian anti-fascists under attack: Urgent fundraiser launched **
Russian anti-fascists are struggling against a brutal wave of repression which has featured kidnappings, savage beatings, torture and fabricated court cases. Eleven anti-fascists are facing lengthy jail sentences. We are calling for everybody opposed to racism, xenophobia, fascism and the upsurge of far-right populism sweeping the world to help raise funds. We aim to raise £2,000 from the UK. Please donate now at the link below. Solidarity is a weapon. 

Thursday, 22 November 2018

London ACG support actions

London ACG members attended the following pickets recently:
Mental Health Resistance Picket  to Protest Cuts and Coercion at Westminster Heath Keynote Seminar protesting this event which brought  together some of the people who have had a hand in preventing people receiving appropriate care and a secure income.
International Workers of Great Britain picket at Senate House -solidarity with outsourced  workers at University of London-  very noisy picket outside Senate House during University of London Chancellor Princess Anne's Foundation Day visit, calling for all workers to be directly employed by the university. The IWGB say using outside contractors to employ staff is discriminatory as outsourced workers including security, cleaning and catering staff are predominantly migrant and BME workers and are on far worse terms and conditions than other staff and subjected to harassment and bullying.

Monday, 12 November 2018

Rebel City No 9

The new issue of Rebel City is out. Rebel City is London's free anarchist paper. London Anarchist Communist Group are involved in the Rebel City collective, along with members of the Anarchist Federation, Haringey Solidarity Group and others. Latest issue has articles on  Sadiq Khan, Friend of the Property Developers,Haringey Labour Council, John Roan Resists, Don't Choke on the Coffee Mate! and much more. Free copies available from Freedom Bookshop, Housmans Bookshop, 56a Info Centre, LARC etc or on the street!