Cool Blogs and Sites Belonging To Comrades and Friends
No one is perfect, but along the way I have met some pretty cool people on the left who, like me, have their own blogs and hold what I would consider to be reasonable views.
Her website here.
“I’m a democratic socialist, and I’ve started this blog so I can post short essays about socialist strategy, current events, philosophy, and related topics.” Nora has been a friend and comrade of mine for a long time. Though we have our share of disagreements, I nonetheless highly recommend checking out her site. Nora and I both share a radically democratic and freedom-respecting vision of a socialist society.
His website here.
“Christian Chiakulas is a writer, activist, single father, and musician from Chicago, IL.”
Christian Chaikulas has also been a friend and comrade of mine for a long time. While we have different attitudes towards the specifics of theology and politics, we both share the belief that Christianity and Marxism can be compatible, and that one can complement the other, bringing together the best of both worlds.
“You are being watched. Private and state-sponsored organizations are monitoring and recording your online activities. privacytools.io provides knowledge and tools to protect your privacy against global mass surveillance.” Surveillance self-defense for activists is a must.
Marxists.org is the #1 go-to resource for anything and everything you ever need to know about Marxism.
“Marxist.net is a resource from the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI), a campaigning international socialist organisation, based in over 36 countries. Marxism: the CWI is part of the struggle to overthrow the rule of big business and global capitalism. We fight for a democratic socialist society internationally.”
Marxist.net is a great Marxism 101 and Trotskyism 101 source.
“libcom.org is a resource for all people who wish to fight to improve their lives, their communities and their working conditions.”
Libcom is a great anarcho-communist resource. It hosts several blogs, tons of articles, news, forums, etc. While I wouldn’t call myself an “anarchist”, I still find this to be a valuable and fascinating resource.