I haven't posted on a "Chan" website in a long time but anyways, my site (abolishwork.com) is definitely anarchist and not a communist one.
Thanks for linking it though!
You're in the first post.
Yeah, I know. Just clarifying my political leanings since the first post identifies me as leftcom/ultraleft, etc.
Oh. Reading is apparently beyond me at the moment, sorry.
Totally fine, no worries!
This. And Orchestrated Pulse.
What did stalinists mean by this?
Pretty long list, it must have taken a fair bit of work to make. Consider creating a pastebin for this, and I could cycle it or put it in the sticky.
Someone should also start a twitter list. I know there are some incomplete ones.
However, I think the classification of publications like the New Yorker is a bit confused. For one, a peace symbol doesn't belong anywhere near them. And they pretty much just don't belong on a leftist list.
The peace symbol, basically for "progressive/radical libs," would be better for sites like Counterpunch
Excellent thread OP, thank you.
I compiled your list and uploaded on various places, under the assumption you wouldn't mind someone doing so.
Amended the list with suggestions from the thread.
Absolute great list OP. Wanted to do this myself as well, maybe host a website collecting them with short descriptions as well. Might be better than a big information overload of just links.
I am missing some publications who seem mainstream / academic at first sight but often promote a socialist view once you read some of articles. Great for the average academic who loves the New Yorker, but have a social liberal bias that prevents them from taking an outspoken socialist publication serious. Especially Current Affairs is a good example, they chose this name on purpose so it seems like a liberal publication that oozes expertise.
Long written essays and book reviews. Have a feeling most of the writers are babyboomer champagne socialists though. Still, quality writing and The Guardian called it "the best magazine in the world" so use that when you want to persuade something to read a 3000 words review about that great anti-capitalism Verso book.
Critical magazine of essays purely focused on technology. Hit or miss, some pieces feel like post-graduates just wanting to share their post modern essay they wrote for class, but sometimes a piece is published that really nails internet criticism. For some reason funded by Snapchat…
Are you an antigerman YPG supporter? allways Thought that antigermans where more critical/opposed. Or are the tiny amount of antigermans I know and the tiny amount of antigerman publications I read not representative?
The term "anti-german" doesn't refer to any one specific ideology, but is a range of ideological positions. There are anti-germans who are communists, anarchists, marxist leninists, council communists, leftcoms, bookchinites, primarily only united by a dedication to critical theory and a staunch opposition to tankie forms of "anti-imperialism" which has, over time, led them to becoming distinctly pro-Western in their viewpoint. So there are some who are fairly pro, and some who are fairly critical. As far as I know, the more critical ones still acknowledge the benefits to trying to create a structure that's distinctly opposed to nationalism, they just don't see it as a workable alternative in Europe- it can work over there, but not in Germany itself, and it can't challenge capitalist modernity. There's a large cross-over, developed independently, between Bookchin's views on the national question, and the anti-german opposition to nationalism, and because Rojava is partially based on Bookchin's ideas there's a little interest there, but I expect to most of them Rojava is largely irrelevant.
It's not really a publication, but I just found this page in a random google search and thought some of you would find use for it