WORKERS OF THE WORLD, UNITE!
Anarcho-communist discussion series organized by Gondolkodó Antikvárium

LOCATION: VII. DISTRICT, KIRÁLY UTCA 43-45, GROUND FLOOR, ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE INNER COURT. TYPE 35 ON THE DOOR-BELL.
DATE AND TIME: ON THE FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH, FROM 5 P.M.

DURING THE PAUSES, DISTRIBUTION OF CLASSIST PUBLICATIONS!

TOPICS:

- 5th of January, 2018. About the question of activism. The introductory text will be published here before the event!

- 1st of December, 2017. Class struggle – community – communism. As an introduction to the discussion, we’ve chosen A. Bonanno’s writing (see here), the reading of which in advance we recommend.

- 3rd of November, 2017. Left Bolshevik and Communist groups against the party leadership in the Soviet Union of the 20's and the 30's. Part VII. (G. Mjasnikov and the Workers’ Group)

- 6th of October, 2017. Left Bolshevik and Communist groups against the party leadership in the Soviet Union of the 20's and the 30's. Part VI. (The Makhnovist Movement)

- 1st of September, 2017. Left Bolshevik and Communist groups against the party leadership in the Soviet Union of the 20's and the 30's. Part V. (The Kronstadt Uprising)

- 4th of August, 2017. Left Bolshevik and Communist groups against the party leadership in the Soviet Union of the 20's and the 30's. Part IV. (The Workers' Opposition)

- 7th of July, 2017. Left Bolshevik and Communist groups against the party leadership in the Soviet Union of the 20's and the 30's. Part III. (Proletkult movement, “Workers' Truth” group)

- 2nd of June, 2017. Left Bolshevik and Communist groups against the party leadership in the Soviet Union of the 20's and the 30's. Part II. (Left SR Party, the Black Guard, “Democratic Centralist” fraction)

- 5th of May, 2017. Left Bolshevik and Communist groups against the party leadership in the Soviet Union of the 20's and the 30's. (SR-Maximalists, “Left Communist” fraction)

- 7th of April, 2017. The socio-economical nature of the Soviet Union. Part III.

- 3rd of March, 2017. The socio-economical nature of the Soviet Union. Part II.

- 3rd of February, 2017. The socio-economical nature of the Soviet Union.

- 6th of January, 2017. Right-wing and fascist tendencies in world capitalism.

- 2nd of December, 2016. Class struggles in contemporary Mexico.

- 4th of November, 2016. Hungary 1956 from a communist point of view.

- 7th of October, 2016. The so-called “migrant question” from a communist point of view.

- 2nd of September, 2016. A critique of workers' self-management. During the event, we'll project the movie “Enzima Rosso” and talk with Miklós Erhardt, one of its makers.

- 5th of August, 2016. 80 years since the outbreak of the proletarian insurrection in Spain – commemoration and discussion. As a prelude, the movie “Durruti in the Spanish Revolution” will be projected.

- 1st of July, 2016. Class struggles in France, 2016, part II.

- 3rd of June, 2016. Occupations of public spaces and class struggle (in Paris and other places).

- 6th of May, 2016. Historical connections between party and class, part XXV. About council communism – conclusion.

- 1st of April, 2016. Historical connections between party and class, part XXIV. About council communism – third part.

- 4th of March, 2016. Communisation and Commons as a foundation of a communist revolution. Keynote speech by a militant from Finland.

- 5th of February, 2016. Historical connections between party and class, part XXIII. About council communism – continuation.

- 8th of January, 2016. Historical connections between party and class, part XXII. About council communism.

- 4th of December, 2015. Theses about the “refugee crisis”.

- 6th of November, 2015. About the social situation in Greece.

- 2nd of October, 2015. War and class struggle in the Middle East. Keynote speech by a militant from Turkey.

- 4th of September, 2015. About the social situation in the Ukraine. A militant from the Ukraine delivers a report.

- 14th of August, 2015. Projection of a documentary about the life of Buenaventura Durruti, followed by discussion.

- 3rd of July, 2015. Historical connections between party and class, part XXI. About the Operaismo (Workers' Autonomy) movement in Italy – part 3.

- 5th of June, 2015. Historical connections between party and class, part XX. About the Operaismo (Workers' Autonomy) movement in Italy – continuation.

- 8th of May, 2015. Historical connections between party and class, part XIX. About the Operaismo (Workers' Autonomy) movement in Italy.

- 3rd of April, 2015. The critique of left antifascism. Invited discussion partners: autonomous antifascists.

- 6th of March, 2015. About the social struggles in Rojava (Syrian Kurdistan).

- 6th of February, 2015. Social situation and class struggle in Turkey. Keynote speech by an anarchist militant from Turkey.

- 9th of January, 2015. The contradictions of the anarchist ideology and the anarchist conception of the revolution.

- 5th of December, 2014. About the social situation in Hungary.

- 7th of November, 2014. About the social struggles in the Ukraine.

- 3rd of October, 2014. The Friends of Durruti group and the rupture within the international anarchist movement caused by the events of the revolution in Spain.

- 5th of September, 2014. How the workers are rallied to war and how they put an end to war? On the 100th anniversary of the First World War. Keynote speech by the International Communist Current. The report of the ICC about the meeting can be read here.

- 1st of August, 2014. The critique of “The Coming Insurrection” manifesto.

- 4th of July, 2014. The actuality (?) of Bakunin.

- 6th of June, 2014. The history of the International Communist Party between 1952 and 1982. Keynote speech by a militant from Italy.

- 9th of May, 2014. The situation in the Ukraine within the context of world capitalism.

- 4th of April, 2014. Class struggle in Bosnia.

- 7th of March, 2014. Class struggles and the anarchist movement in contemporary Brazil. Keynote speech by a Brazilian anarchist militant.

- 7th of Febuary, 2014. Historical connections between party and class, part XVIII. The critique of the Situationist International – continuation.

- 3rd of January, 2014. Historical connections between party and class, part XVII. The critique of the Situationist International.

- 6th of December, 2013. About Bordiga and the organical conception of the party. Keynote speech by a communist militant from Switzerland (Gruppe Eis-Zeit).

- 8th of November, 2013. Historical connections between party and class, part XVI. Revolution and counter-revolution in Spain 1936-37.

- 4th of October, 2013. Historical connections between party and class, part XV. The Italian “left communist” current after 1945.

- 6th of September, 2013. On education and alienation. Keynote speech by Think and revolt! group.

- 9th of August, 2013. On workers’ assemblies and workers’ councils. Keynote speech by Birov Collective (Serbia).

- 5th of July, 2013. Historical connections between party and class, part XIV. The Italian “left communist” current between 1930 and 1945.

- 7th of June, 2013. Historical connections between party and class, part XIII. On the birth of the Italian “left communist” current.

- 3rd of May, 2013. On the creation of the EU and the crushing/desintegration of Yugoslavia; on the emergence of the new world order. Keynote speech by Amelie Lanier (Gegenstandpunkt, Austria).

- 5th of April, 2013. Historical connections between party and class, part XII. On the Council Republic of Hungary (1919).

- 1st of March, 2013. The myths of capitalist welfare: pictures of class reality from the past and present of Finland. Keynote speech by Tamás Matekovits, activist from Finland.

- 1st of February, 2013. Historical connections between party and class, part XI. The Communist Workers' Party of Germany in the proletarian revolutionary movement after WW1. Keynote speech by Philippe Bourrinet (Controversies).

- 4th of January, 2013. Historical connections between party and class, part X. Theses about the Russian Revolution of 1917 and about Bolshevism.

- 7th of December, 2012. Instead of the postponed lecture of Ph. Bourrinet there was a discussion about the present situation.

- 31th of October, 2012. László Tütő delivers a keynote speech under the title “In the footprints of Marx”.

- 5th of October, 2012. Historical connections between party and class, part IX. (The Zimmerwald Conference in 1915.)

- 7th of September, 2012. Historical connections between party and class, part VIII. (The Magonists in the Mexican Revolution.)

- 3rd of August, 2012. Social Struggles in the World in 2011. The text of the keynote speech delivered by the International Communist Current can be read here.

- 6th of July, 2012. About the present worldwide capitalist crisis and its classist analysis. Keynote speech by the Robin Goodfellow group (France).

- 1st of June, 2012. Historical connections between party and class, part VII. (On the Russian Revolution of 1905 – conclusion.)

- 4th of May, 2012. Historical connections between party and class, part VI. (On the Russian Revolution of 1905 – continuation.)

- 6th of April, 2012. Historical connections between party and class, part V. (On the Russian Revolution of 1905 – continuation.)

- 2nd of March, 2012. On the world-wide crisis. The Friends of Classless Society (Germany) delivers a speech.

- 3rd of February, 2012. Instead of the postponed lecture of The Friends of Classless Society there was a discussion about the actual situation in Hungary in the context of the international situation.

- 6th of January, 2012. Student movements in contemporary Serbia. Keynote speech by the Birov collective (Serbia).

- 2nd of December, 2011. Historical connections between party and class, part IV. (On the Russian Revolution of 1905.)

- 4th of November, 2011. Historical connections between party and class, part III. (On the Paris Commune.)

- 7th of October, 2011. The theory of state capitalism: dense fog around the concepts of „state” and „capitalism”. Keynote speech delivered by Amelie Lanier (Gegenstandpunkt, Austria).

- 2nd of September, 2011. Historical connections between party and class, part II. (Proletarian movements during the French Revolution. The League of Communists.)

- 5th of August, 2011. Primitive rebels – social banditism – highwaymen. Keynote speech by Vas János Panyiga.

- 1st of July, 2011. Historical connections between party and class. (Considerations about the essence of the working class/proletariat and the function of the communist party.)

- 3rd of June, 2011. Class struggles in Austria or perspectives for revolutionaries. Keynote speech by Proletarian Revolution Group (GPR) from Austria.

- 6th of May, 2011. The critique of the left and an approximation to it in the light of a new publication of Gorter and Pannekoek.

- 1st of April, 2011. The effects of Stalinism in Eastern Europe. Keynote speech by the Group of International Socialists from Germany.

- 4th of March, 2011. Social situation and classist movements in Serbia yesterday and today. Keynote speech by Serbian anarchist militants.

- 4th of February, 2011. The dynamics of class struggle from 1968 until now. Keynote speech delivered by the International Communist Current.

- 7th of January, 2011. Nationalism and fascist tendencies yesterday and today. Pál Justus' analysis on fascism and the problem of its application to the present situation. Keynote speech by László Tütő.

- 3rd of December, 2010. I. Karta publishing house presents the Hungarian edition of Kropotkin's selected works. II. The critique of the revolutionary movement.

- 5th of November, 2010. The global crisis of capitalism and the perspectives of class struggle. Keynote speech by the International Communist Current. The report of the ICC about the discussion can be read here.