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PostSubject: Rojava Revolution   Sun Oct 25, 2015 4:01 pm

For those not familiar with the remarkable events taking place in the Kurdish "liberated zones" of Syria, here's a start:

http://roarmag.org/2015/03/rojava-kurdish-revolution-academic-delegation/


I learned today that former SFPer Josh Mahurin is planning to travel to Rojava soon to join the anarcho-syndicalist international brigades there fighting against Daesh ("ISIS").  He is planning to assist with technology and communications.  

My view is that democratic confederalism along anarcho-syndicalist lines is the future in a human-centered post-capitalist world.  The women of Rojava (and Chiapas) are showing how it is done, in the face of tremendous obstacles.

I hope everyone here can add their good wishes to mine that Josh's journey is safe and fruitful.

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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Sun Oct 25, 2015 4:13 pm

Good luck to Josh and his cause! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Mon Oct 26, 2015 9:07 am

I miss Josh.

He was always a kick ass dude and I am sure he will kick ass there, as well! Smile

Geaux Josh!
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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Mon Oct 26, 2015 12:57 pm

Good luck to Josh. I'm close by in the city of Amman until December. Support is high for those who oppose Daesh.

I would love to travel to Syria myself, yet under contractual obligation I cannot, and the Embassy in Amman today released several notification banning government officials from being within 10km of the northern border in Syria. It's difficult to get into Syria right now as an American. I wish him luck in his endeavour and give him support from myself and my Jordanian hosts. Kick their ass.

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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:52 pm

Phoenix Quinn wrote:
I learned today that former SFPer Josh Mahurin is planning to travel to Rojava soon to join the anarcho-syndicalist international brigades there fighting against Daesh ("ISIS").  He is planning to assist with technology and communications.

The guy sounds like a bro.

TomCauchon wrote:
Good luck to Josh. I'm close by in the city of Amman until December. Support is high for those who oppose Daesh.

I would love to travel to Syria myself, yet under contractual obligation I cannot, and the Embassy in Amman today released several notification banning government officials from being within 10km of the northern border in Syria. It's difficult to get into Syria right now as an American. I wish him luck in his endeavour and give him support from myself and my Jordanian hosts. Kick their ass.

I'd like to go to Amman myself, Syria too. Jordan seems like a nice place to visit and I'm interested in what Syria has to offer. Maybe in a few years. What brings you to the kingdom?
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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Tue Oct 27, 2015 2:08 am

TomCauchon wrote:
Good luck to Josh. I'm close by in the city of Amman until December. Support is high for those who oppose Daesh.

I would love to travel to Syria myself, yet under contractual obligation I cannot, and the Embassy in Amman today released several notification banning government officials from being within 10km of the northern border in Syria. It's difficult to get into Syria right now as an American. I wish him luck in his endeavour and give him support from myself and my Jordanian hosts. Kick their ass.

I'd like to go to Amman myself, Syria too. Jordan seems like a nice place to visit and I'm interested in what Syria has to offer. Maybe in a few years. What brings you to the kingdom?[/quote]

Studying abroad for the semester. Amman is a great city, very modern and yet very developing at the same time. The city has lots to offer. Much more biblical history here than I expected.

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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Wed Apr 20, 2016 7:12 pm

For those who haven't heard, our friend and comrade Josh M. has now arrived in Rojava to provide logistical and material support to the YPG and the other anarcho-revolutionaries there.


Wishing him the very best.


Also happy to see so many young people occupying the squares and plazas of France:
https://www.facebook.com/thestimulator/videos/10153961262205923/?pnref=story

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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Thu Apr 21, 2016 6:42 pm

Hang tight, because we may see this kind of revolutionary action right here. The '60s won't hold a candle to them.


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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Thu Apr 21, 2016 8:25 pm

Comrade Frank wrote:
Hang tight, because we may see this kind of revolutionary action right here. The '60s won't hold a candle to them.


I'm TNT...!

Bernie Sanders is making it acceptable to use the "S" word here in the United States, which is YUGE.

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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Thu Apr 21, 2016 10:15 pm

JALake wrote:
Comrade Frank wrote:
Hang tight, because we may see this kind of revolutionary action right here. The '60s won't hold a candle to them.


I'm TNT...!

Bernie Sanders is making it acceptable to use the "S" word here in the United States, which is YUGE.

Unfortunately I have a totally different view of the meaning of the word socialist than almost anyone I know. I do not assign a political label to the word. To me if you are able to do so and you go out of your way to help those less fortunate than yourself, then you are a 'Socialist'. If you try your best to help a Community grow, rather than consistently tearing it down; you are a 'Socialist'. For me 'Socialist' simply means you are socially aware enough to understand, 'The tide raise all boats'. If you help your neighbor, he will in turn help his; then oops everyone is better off and if you do all those things with no expectation that the same will be done for you -then Comrade you are a 'Socialist'.

You know pay it forward....

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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Sat Aug 27, 2016 3:04 am

Two anarchist perspectives on Syria:

The Most Important Thing: Reflections on Solidarity and the Syrian Revolution

“The most important thing,” my friend said on our way home, “is to destroy the state. The Syrian revolution went very far and a big reason for this is that we were able to completely destroy the state in many areas. Even if we can’t prevent the counter revolution, destroying the state makes whatever comes after much weaker.”

My friend was an active participant in the first few years of the Syrian revolution, and we had just spent the evening at Leila al-Shami and Robin Yassin-Kassab’s speaking tour for their book 'Burning Country: Stories of Syrians in Revolution and War'. These two authors, based in the UK, spoke passionately about the various revolutionary projects that unfolded in Syria between 2011 and 2013 and that continue struggling to survive today, under the bombs and indifference of the world. A few days earlier, we’d also attended a talk by Paul Z Simons describing his experiences travelling to Rojava, the majority-Kurdish areas in what used to be northern Syria. Paul compared his motivations for travelling to Rojava to those of anarchists around the world who travelled to Spain in the 30s – describing Rojava1 as the most significant anarchist revolution since that time, he has been travelling North America trying to inspire direct support among western radicals.

These two tours both offered anarchist perspectives on Syria and yet their narratives were surprisingly different...
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PostSubject: Re: Rojava Revolution   Tue Nov 14, 2017 12:25 am

Socialist and Anarchist mean different things to different folks ....My view may reflect very different views on Socialism than yours but I think everyones views on Anarchy is pretty much the same BURN THE MOTHER FUCKER DOWN ...just saying I coulg be wrong but I dont think so ...LOL
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