[Imc-uk-network] Network Structure - United Kollectives & Other IMC's
ilyan.thomas at virgin.net
Thu Apr 15 05:03:14 PDT 2010
United Kollectives was chosen as a title in hope that Ireland would join
in, and fell flat in its idea-face when it did not give Iceland people
a hand to participate when they asked.
You can take your pick for the reasons IndyCymru was killed:
They published attacks on the Labour Party
They supported the Basques in their struggle for National Independence,
They carried pieces showing why children burnt schools. One of those
was the last thing published,.
They had no censorship. Followed the principles of the original
Portuguese IMC but required that email addresses be registered to
contribute. That worked where Portugal had failed.
Stupid German Russian and British Anarchists read a book by an Anarchist
horrified at the imperialist way his Nation was behaving, advocating the
ending of Nations. Not noticing how strongly proper Anarchist ideas
developed in the oppressed Nations, coupled and reinforced by the urge
to National survival.
It was a fluent Welsh speaker who made the phrase Anarcho-Syndicalism.
He died in 1907.
Had preached Socialism and Anti-Parliamentarianism in Wales in the late
On 14/04/2010 08:46, anargeek wrote:
>> On 9 Apr 2010, at 12:21, mike<mike at bristolbeat.co.uk>
>> Are we really a two tier divided network or should we
>> present a united front? What is 'United Kollectives'?
> I think "United Kollectives" was coined because people
> didn't like "United Kingdom" but were stuck with "UK" due
> to the domain name and the geographical area the site
> covered -- but it was before I got involved.
>> I would really like to see this changed to a single list.
> I agree, why don't we drop the "United Kollectives" --
> it's never been used in the global cities list in any
> case, there we are listed as "United Kingdom" -- and
> change the box title to "UK Network" and an alphabetical
> - UK Network
> * Birmingham
> * Bristol/South West
> * Cambridge
> * Liverpool
> * London
> * Manchester
> * Northern England
> * Nottinghamshire
> * Oxford
> * Scotland
> * Sheffield
> * South Coast
> This list could perhaps be used by all the sites in the
> Missing from the above list is the "All Regions" link,
> http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/regions/ and the "World"
> link http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/regions/world/ but I
> think that's OK -- these can be added to another place on
> the UK site.
> All the best
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> Also other list of similar interest Indymedia United Kollektives process:
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