The Thief and the Cash Cow: Twins from a union of enemies

We need to highlight the common sources of the plight of both British and migrant workers, and foreground the objectives of solidarity, community power, and the overthrow of this economic system as such. It is contradictory to argue against this system while at the same time proclaiming that migrant workers are welcome precisely because of the role they serve within it.

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‘An Injury to One’… Some Reflections on State Repression and Movement Responses

Given the small size and timidity of our movements when compared to those in other European cities, recent arrests indicate a very focused effort by Police Scotland to destroy any instance of autonomous, collective organising that directly challenges the State and the dominant order. The question is, what do we do?

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The Crack in the Edifice: Modern Capitalism, Migrant Workers and Social Movements

Migrant workers are one of the few sectors of society largely ‘uncontaminated’ and ‘un-incorporated’; outside the scope of hegemony, since hegemony is largely based on our Otherness, we are currently being denied even the possibility of a limited ‘acceptance’. This position therefore affords migrants the potential of acting as an important revolutionary subject.

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