Friends of the
Classless Society



July 2011

Revolution in Egypt

Interview with an Egyptian anarcho-syndicalist


In the following conversation, Jano Charbel, a labor journalist in Cairo who defines himself as anarcho-syndicalist, talks about the character of the revolution in Egypt, the recent history of workers' struggles, the role of Islamists and unions, gender relations and the perspectives of struggles.
The interview was conducted by two friends of the classless society in Cairo in spring 2011.
Updates on the situation in Egypt can be found on Charbel's blog.

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September 2010

28 Theses on Class Society



The following text was originally published in the first issue of the journal KOSMOPROLET (July 2007).

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The provisional result of the history of capital in its advanced zones presents itself as a classless class society, in which the old workers‘ milieu has been dissolved into a generalized wagedependency: everywhere proletarianized individuals, nowhere the proletariat, not as a recognizable group of people and certainly not as a collective actor, as the negative, disruptive side of society. Sporadic labor conflicts do not turn into class struggles in which the future of society is at stake, since the old proletarian movement has been absorbed without a trace into the dominant order, and a new movement is not in sight.

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28 Theses on Class Society