WHERE WE STAND:

 Our aim is to create a free and equal society.

 We are a revolutionary labour movement that uses as its only means of struggle, direct action in all its forms - occupations, strikes, boycotts, sabotage, the general strike, etc. We are independent from all reformist and hierarchical unions and political parties, and we are creating an alternative to these and to existing society. We do not seek to gain political power, but rather to see it distributed equally amongst all.

 We are a network of anarcho-syndicalists practicing co-operation and mutual aid. We have an equal part in the making of decisions. Responsibilities within the network are subject to agreement by the members.

 We are engaged in struggle, where we work and where we live, to develop self-managed production, distribution and servicing for the world community, to meet human needs rather than profit. We give solidarity to others in these struggles.

 We are fighting to abolish all authoritarian institutions such as the State (including its communist variety), capitalism, patriarchy and all hierarchical and oppressive divisions between people.

 We have no country and are organized on an international basis in opposition to oppression everywhere. The ASN is striving to build a viable revolutionary Syndicalist movement in Australia as part of a world wide movement able to meet the challenge of the global employer offensive.

 

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Rebel Worker has moved

 

Rebel Worker has moved: Over a ten year period, Jura Books has mutated into a non-anarchist project resembling more so a Trotskyist group. After 10 years of bullying and lies, their final act of outrage was to use force to illegally remove us from the premises. Please note we (as Anarcho-Syndicalists) are no longer associated with Jura Books. Our correspondence address and email remain the same. We are now forced to seek donations for a

space for Anarcho-Syndicalists in Sydney.

 

A$750,000 is urgently sought to buy premises for the proposed Rebel Worker- Anarcho-Syndicalist Network Media Centre. Please make out Cheques to Black Cat Media and forward to PO Box 92 Broadway 2007 NSW, Australia.

One Day Sydney Anarcho-Syndicalist Conference

 

"From Corporate Bureaucratic Unionism to Grassroots Controlled Direct Action Unionism: Lessons from the 1970's and Perspectives for Today."

 

Saturday 18/11/23 11am - 4.30 pm at Gadigal Room, Newtown Neighbourhood Centre 11-13 Darley St. South Newtown, just off King Street, NSW Australia.

 

Program:

 

11am-11.15: Registration

 

11.15 am -1pm: A panel on the NSW BLF and Green Bans/Workers Control in the 1970's: a talk by Mike Matteson Anti-Vietnam War Draft Resister and then grass roots anarcho-syndicalist industrial activist in the 70's: He will talk on his experience and lessons from the NSW BLF

Green Bans/Opera House Work-in. Centre for Workers Control/Workers Control Conferences/ The Link (Sydney Western Suburbs Metal Workers Paper) - and Jefferson Lee, former 70's student activist and editor of Tharunka on the the Old Spaghetti Factory dispute.

 

Lunch 1pm-2pm

 

2pm - 4.30pm: "Herding the Cats" Sydney Taxi Driver organising with Mike Hatrick, a long time former Sydney Taxi industry grass roots activist and then a talk :Anarcho-syndicalist activity and strategy in Australia Today for 2pm-4.30 pm.

 

Entry Free However Donations Welcome to cover costs.

 

Other appropriate talks for the conference will be considered contact http://www.rebelworker.org

 

It will be a great opportunity for networking and comrades to meet up to turn the tide. Organised by Anarcho-Syndicalist Network