Poland does away with the 8-hour day

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The avant-garde of neoliberal horrors has finally done away with the 8-hour working day.

On June 13, the Polish government eliminated the 8-hour working day, a right which was won in 1919. The government supposedly is trying to make Poland even more “competitive” for capitalists who want to earn more through exploiting the poor worker protection in the country and the scandalously low wages.

Is the middle class a guaranty of stability?

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For many years we’ve been continuously told that the middle class is a guaranty of stability. It’s a vast class of the owners, who save those with power and authority from any troubles beneath. Those who have tasted fresh orange juice on the beaches of Malta; who have sensed the smell of a leather upholstery of Toyota Camry, purchased in credit; who have heard a key creak opening the door of a new three-roomed apartment in a decent district, – they’d cut anyone’s throat if he’d tried to break their stability and serenity. Just sit quiet, study hard, pay your credits regularly. After graduation work in the office under the accompaniment of the air conditioning, become a boss of the apartment when you reach 30 – live like in a fairy tale.

Long live primorsky partisans!

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Left liberals consider the 5th of December 2011 to be the day when the war on Putin’s kleptocracy was declared, when another dirty fraud, commonly known as “elections”, made “disgruntled townsfolk” out of those who usually stare at the computer screens chewing something in process. Nationalists call to memory, that a year before this event, thousands of football fans occupied Manezhnaya Square in Moscow and with their right hands, stretched from heart towards the sun, earnestly threatened the walls of Moscow Kremlin. Actually, the war was declared earlier, in the proper way – not by the exponentially beaten Caucasian teenagers, not by the hysterical threats to “cut the throats of these beasts”, but with shots. These shots sounded in June, 2011 in Primorsky taiga.

If the whole nation breathes – there will be the wind

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“If the whole nation breathes – there will be the wind”. The Russian saying.

The death of a human being is a tragedy, for it is irreversible. The death of a town, a city or a village doesn’t seem to be so irreversible at the first sight. However, if we try to think about a huge amount of the human work, once put in these wasted streets, houses and yards, think about the emotions – whether it’s joy or sorrow – forever sealed in them. Those walls became witnesses of the ordinary yet meaningful for everyone’s life moments: the first word ever said to someone, the first letter written on the school blackboard, the first kiss right here on this crossroad… Just think how many long-awaited letters lay in these rusted postboxes, what warm fragrant bread was made in this former bakery, how delicious a jet of water from the tank tasted… For someone it was a small motherland, for others – just a statistics report. Settlement so-and-so, residents’ number – 0, resettled due to…

Folkanarchism and Free Communism

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Before the 20th century the word “communism” was not equal to Marxism and the Russian bolshevism with its rigid and authoritarian state-socialism. The term can be traced back to the French revolution and early revolutionary theorists such as Gracchus Babeuf (1760-1797). During that time “communism”represented the return to the organic community of voluntary human relations. The idea that primitive men knew a long period of “primordial-communism” was not limited to the writings of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. This idea was shared among almost all great classic historians from Greece to China, and is an essential part of the mythological history of almost all cultures of the world.

To the memory of Dobroslav

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“I adore the Life, but I don`t repine for the Death. I know: the Spirits will take me to their cheerful khorovod”.


At the night from the 18th to the 19th of May our world was left by Dobroslav (Dobrovolskiy A.A.) – the great Russian thinker, enlightener, mystic and revolutionist. Whole epoch in contemporary Slavic Paganism as well as in Russian liberating movement is connected with his name.

Leader-in-itself as a principle of the revolutionary ethic

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“Bandera will come and make the order” – we can hear at the meetings of those, who proclaim themselves as the guardians of the nation. It seems that we can put anything at the place of “Bandera” – Stalin/Hitler/Mao or even Christ, the sense of this sloganwill stay constant: responsibility of “making the order” is handed to some magnificent power, embodied in idealised person, who only can to initiate positive changes. It is sadly to see, how much potential revolutionists live in conditions of worthless expectation, and some of them, disappointed, spit on all and return to the bosom of conformism.

“Folk Freedom” took part in a tournament of knife fighting

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On May 10th members of “Folk Freedom” in Saint Petersburg took part in interregional tournament of knife fighting. Jury consisted entirely of comrades of “Folk Freedom” who have experience in refereeing. Also one Ukrainian guest from Vinnytsia section of “Folk Freedom” took part in jury. There were 5 guys and 1 girl as activists of Folk Freedom. 30 participants attended the tournament in all.

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