Transnational p2p solidairtyppp2012


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Social peer-to-peer processes are interactions with a peer-to-peer dynamic, whether these peers are humans or computers. Peer-to-peer (P2P) is a term that originated from the popular concept of the P2P distributed computer application architecture which partitions tasks or workloads between peers. This application structure was popularized by file sharing systems like Napster, the first of its kind in the late 1990s.
The concept has inspired new structures and philosophies in many areas of human interaction. P2P human dynamic affords a critical look at current authoritarian and centralized social structures. Peer-to-peer is also a political and social program for those who believe that in many cases, peer-to-peer modes are a preferable option....
Creation of a truly democratic and egalitarian rEvolutioary subjectivity with a clear vision for transitions towards P2P mode of production based advanced communist civilization may be the only way left for humanity. Our walking since the Wisconsin, Tunisia, Tahrir, Puerta del Sol, Wall Street, 15O, May Day 2012, 12M15M, Blockupy, anti-NATO and G8 had actually been making our way to dignity. On this road we are networking such a rEvolutionary agency in a P2P distributed way. At the moment we are heading towards the #13O #globalNOISE global mobilisations, It will be followed by many other actions, gatherings -like Agora 99 and Firenze 10+10, WSF- and events. At the same time we see the strong signs of the formulation of transnational rEvolutionary programs that is based on P2P communal mode of production and P2P democracy. All we need is to open our hearts and minds to others, link with them, contribute to the process sincerely as much as we could. So we reclaim the another world we have long been waiting for today altogether.

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Transnational p2p solidairtyppp2012

  1. 1. Solving the Differential Equaltion of Transnational Soldarity P2P networking the labour and social movementsagainst the Client-Server State-Capital partnerships SOCIAL NETWORK UNIONISM
  2. 2. Restructuring => Proletarianisation good expandingWTO governance proletariatIMF privatization crisis ofWorld unionsBank deregulation loss of socialOECD financialisation rights CrisisUN agc. free trade environmentalEU zones degradationUS flexibility New enclosure /... subcontracting global apartheid Objective conditions for the transnational working class [becoming for itself at present]
  3. 3. World Market > Quasi Transnational State / Empire > Transnational class formationsInternet as global Transnationalsiation ofp2p network and production &changes in informational / cognitiveproductive forces capitalism Rise of p2p production and scaling up of the p2p communal relational dynamics Subjective conditions for the formation of the new transnational working class
  4. 4. The organic crisis of transnational / global capitalism: global war, fascism or revolution? Restructuring process was in crisis [continuously] from the beginning, today it turned into a global organic crisis in Gramscis terms. State restructuring processes is in crisis as well. This increases the risk of accessibility to livelihoods for billions at the highest level today. And this brings an opportunity for opposition movements formed in the last decade in the global north and south.
  5. 5. Highest need ever for buttom up transnational solidarity The crisis worsen the life for the majority of workers, trade unions and unemployed/landless proletariat It is important to establish key obstacles before truly transnational solidarity systematically  Nationalism, divide and rule strategy of capital- state partnerships, co-optation, traditional hierarchical left and trade union politics, interest and identity differentiation, and others.
  6. 6. Resistance National levelDeveloping regional levelalternative norm,idea, and internationalinstitutions levelPromoting these transnationallyalternatives P2P DEMOCRACY PolityLabor – socialmovements –communities – Policyleft parties –governments – Politicsindigenious –p2p economics, ethicsmovements High Level Differential Equation of Transnational Solidarity
  7. 7. Global Justice and Solidarity Movement Struggle against neoliberal offensive against the public services/ creating alternatives popularSolidarity democratic institutionsexperience of and solidarity economyunions, ngosandcommunities inthe water transnationalstruggle water movement Experiment with premature p2p networking among forces without consciousness and adoption of p2p technologies
  8. 8. Chipas, Seattle, Cochabamba, Genoa, Porto Alegre, Pirate Bay, Wikileaks, Anonymous, Tunisa, Tahrir, 15M, Occupy, Blockupy, Globalnoise... Starting in Chipas (Zapatista), Seattle (against MAI) and in Cochabamba (against TNCs) we have observed that the counter-hegemonic movements entered in a new era. Since then many movement blossomed, existing ones strengthened and spread, there are concrete results in divers fields against neoliberalism. Within this context national (i.e. water) struggles got connected within a transnational space and became a global movement in which trade unions, informal labour organisations, communities, social movements took place.
  9. 9. watershed for dispossessed, workers, unemployed and landless Question is: in what way the access to drinking water will be improved and expanded? It has been experienced long enough to see clearly that the capitalist state does not and will not have any motivation to answer this critical question With its welfare, developmentalist or neoliberal forms capitalist state institutions and strategies work with a logic that excludes majority interest
  10. 10. solidarity, resistance, and building alternatives It is observed that left political groups, trade unions, other forms of labour organizations, lower segments of urban middle classes, landless peasants, environmentalists, women groups, etc. came together to resist (in Bolivia, Italy, Turkey, Mexico..) neoliberalism Labour, especially informal labour and unemployed is the important actor resisting privatisation Within several years the movement moves from local to global level and from resistance to alternative norm and institution building
  11. 11. cracking the state and capital, reclaiming the commons Reaction to the offensive [of a transnational historic bloc] towards the state has given important results Water movement has developed successful case for public water and a strong discourse against the PPPs Private property in the means of production and natural resources started to be examined more consciously by wider society Idea and sense of common/public property is promoted successfully and direct participation of agency of water movement to water delivery is put in practice
  12. 12. an innovative, constructive, and p2pnetworked fight for rights and p2p democracy and against the war and facism is necessary It is necessary to harmonize struggles against the global offensive of state-capital partnerships towards labour, social rights and the poor Reconstruction of public sphere and organisation of informal labour needs to be innovatively combined, some social movements would play key role The struggle needs to organised in a way that it addresses the core institutions of capitalism as private property, competition, profit, etc. It is important to be innovative, constructive and solution focused and striving to keep middle classes at the progressive side