國已不國,談何國歌 惡法非法,違法達義

無國界社運

特區政府遵命推動國歌法,是香港人權倒退的又一步。國歌無辜,義勇軍進行曲無辜,惡法才死有餘辜。進行曲本身代表了當時中國人民英勇抗日。抗日當然可敬,因為它第一次把散沙一盤的中國人聯合起來,完成了現代意義的中國國族建設。今天大概沒有哪個外國敢於主動侵略中國了。然而,大陸和香港人民的苦難,並未終結。無論是國民黨還是共產黨,都以國民代表始,以專制獨裁終。而國歌的歷史本身,正好是一幕幕黨官竊取國家權柄的寫照。 Continue reading 國已不國,談何國歌 惡法非法,違法達義

日本民間聲援郭紹傑和嚴敏華

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郭紹傑和嚴敏華去年在靖國神社抗議並被捕案,經過3個月的扣留,昨日(3月7日)才在東京法院開庭。日本一個人權團體《救援聯絡中心》聯合了一些進步民間團體,組成了《反對懲戒鎮壓12.12靖國神社抗議行動會》,聲援兩人,也旁聽了昨日的審訊。我們在此發表《行動會》的聲援聲明。聲明不只指出當局小題大做,而且批評日本當年的侵略行爲,反映出日本政府雖然越來越右傾,民間的正義和國際主義精神卻從未失聲。 Continue reading 日本民間聲援郭紹傑和嚴敏華

The Jasic Mobilisation: A High Tide for the Chinese Labour Movement?

This article first posted in Made in China Journal.

Au Loong Yu

 12 January 2019

In July this year, 89 workers at the Shenzhen Jasic Technology Co. Ltd demanded the right to set up a workplace union. In the past decade there has been an explosion of strikes in Shenzhen, and this dispute is one of the many where workers have demanded better working conditions, owed wages, unpaid social insurance, and severance pay. Yet, the Jasic case is unusual in that it was supported openly by a group of some 50 self-proclaimed Maoists and Marxist university students, along with a small group of older citizens. Coming from different parts of China, they organised themselves into a ‘Jasic Worker Support Group’ and descended on Jasic to stand in solidarity with the workers who were battling the police. Continue reading The Jasic Mobilisation: A High Tide for the Chinese Labour Movement?

蓋世寶黯然離開無線,竟是因為左膠問題?

若果我們有左翼的想像,一個理想的演藝工作環境,就會是一個由下而上統整的民主管理運動,這樣就可以有比較公平的競爭體制,這樣大台的藝人就無須拍馬屁,也不必被迫做高層的性奴隸,都能有被選拔出頭的機會。 Continue reading 蓋世寶黯然離開無線,竟是因為左膠問題?

論改良與革命以及自發主義 –關於羅莎. 盧森堡

原載於美國民主社會主義網站

譯者:胡啓敢

羅莎.盧森堡在左翼歷史是一個奇葩。自由馬克思主義者認定她的方案可以取代反胃而獨裁的列寧。史太林主義者視她為大敵。中間派的社會民主主義者要麽視之為危險的煽動家,要麽至少討厭她。不過列寧就十分尊重她,稱她為「鷹」。 Continue reading 論改良與革命以及自發主義 –關於羅莎. 盧森堡

The debate on the Jasic Struggle

Steven Chan

17th January, 2019

Last July, 89 workers at the Jasic company in Shenzhen applied to found a workplace union but their application was refused and later their leaders were temporarily arrested. This escalated the confrontation between workers and the local authority, and several dozen Maoist students from all over the country came to support the workers under the umbrella organization of the Jasic Workers’ Support Group. The authorities responded with further arrests, and in total 38 workers and supporters were arrested or went missing. Last August, after the first arrest, there were already some debates outside Mainland China, involving those who are in solidarity with the Jasic workers but who hold different views over the issue of the evaluation of the situation and tactics chosen. Continue reading The debate on the Jasic Struggle