N° 1 - May 2015
– Lessons from the five month miners’ strike in South Africa: Apartheid - 500,000 workers - Machine gun fire on strikers - Electoral circus - NUMISA calls off strike - “Anti-communist” - Strikes “damage capital” - A victory for the international working class - Compromise - Rebuild class-based trade unions
– May Day 2015 - Workers have nothing to lose but their chains and a world to win - As capitalism prepares for a new world war it has nothing to offer the proletariat but poverty - The workers must defend their standard of living today so they can destroy the global power of capitalism tomorrow!
– Pioltello (Italy), 8 June, 2014 - For the Territorial reorganisation of the Working Class
– Report on Rank and File Movements in Italy
N° 2 - October 2015
– Rome, June 8, 2015 - The Cgil attack picketing strikers - Defending and organizing the workers’ struggle
– First Congress of SI Cobas – Our Comrade’s Intervention
– For the international solidarity of the exploited of every race and country!
– Germany - GDL betrays train divers
N° 3 - May 2016
– May Day 2016 - Under the capitalist regime there can be no peace between States - So let there be war between classes!
– Paris attacks: Bourgeois terrorism
– Uniting the struggle of the international working class
– Italy - No “Christmas truce” for the struggles of the SI Cobas: Against police and regime unions
– Airbus production moved to USA
– Democratic Tunisia can’t stop the revolt of the unemployed
– Proletarians against bourgeois in Palestine
N° 4 - September 2016
– Demonstrations in France against the El Khomri law and the ambiguous attitude of the CGT
– Italy: Ikea workers divided in struggle - Introduction - Italian Base Unions still divided - Still opposing the Base Unions - Class murder
– UK: Brexit was no “working class revolt”: The rise of UKIP - Racism for dividing the oppressed - Britain votes out - What happens next? - Britain is in no position to negotiate - The Disunited Kingdom - Brexit and the working class
– Questions from the Usa on the SI Cobas and the Trade Unions