Sunday, June 26, 2016


REGARDING BREXIT: My humble opinion is that Brexit and Grexit are not exactly the same phenomena. Grexit was mainly an expression of the popular will (therefore it was not allowed by the European bourgeoisie), while Brexit mainly express the will of British (and partly American) bourgeoisie not to submit themselves to German interests in the EU. Therefore, for me, Brexit is largely bourgeois phenomenon... On going celebration of "win of the people's will in Britain" - that was expressed in accordance with the wishes of unripe leftists - is not totally true ... At the same time I understand the disappointment of many British, especially young people, who do not want to live in a prison of national concepts. Brexit is an expression of distrust of Anglo-Saxon bourgeois block to the German-French EU.

Dimitar Anakiev


U VEZI BREXITA: Moje skromno mišljenje je da Brexit i Grexit nisu potpuno isti fenomeni. Grexit je bio uglavnom izraz narodne volje (zato ga buržoazija nije dozvolila) dok je Brexit uglavnom izraz nejevoljnosti britanske (i delimično a
meričke) buržoazije da se podredi nemačkim interesima u EU. Zato je Brexit za mene u velikoj meri buržoaski fenomen i neslažem se sa proslavom "pobede narodne volje" koju uveliko razglašavaju, u skladu sa svojim željama, nedoklepani levičari... Istovremeno razumem razočarenje mnogih Britanaca, naročito mladih, koji ne žele da žive u zatvoru nacionalnih koncepcija. Brexit je izraz nepoverenja anglo-saksonskog buržoaskog bloka nemačko-francuskoj EU.

Dimitar Anakiev

Sunday, March 27, 2016


U SLOVENAČKOM "DELU" TVRDE DA SU "SOCIJALIZAM" I "STALJINIZAM" JEDNO TE ISTO. Juče smo na RTV SLO1 videli vest dana da je Isus ustao iz mrtvih, a danas je "Delo" izašlo sa slikom Staljina na prvoj strani. Ko je juče umro, propustio je veliki događaj da vidi Staljina, posle 80 godina, ponovo na prvoj strani Dela. U obrazloženju kažu da kriza kapitalizma izaziva kod ljudi zanimanje za "propale ideologije", pa da bi to sprečili, ovi verni sluge svojih Briselskih gospodara, odlučili su da podsete ljude šta je to "socijalizam". A socijalizam, tvrdi Delo, je, naravno, isključivo Staljin, glavom i bradom. Tako da jedan dan imamo na prvoj strani Isusa a drugi dan Staljina. To pokazuje u kakvoj panici je vlast i kakva histerija vlada u vladajućim krugovima...Delo bi naravno davno trebali da preimenuju u Kapital, s obzirom na to na čije inerese štiti. Naravno, jednačenje "socijalizma" i "staljinizma" je standardna strategija ljubitelja kapitalizma u koje spada i tzv. "Evropska levica" koja je zato izmislila novi termin "demokratski socijalizam" tj. socijalizam po meri kapitala - socijalizam koji nije ni demokratičan, a nije ni socijalizam... (D.A.)

Friday, March 18, 2016


ZAPOROŽJE, 18.3.2016, uništavanje Lenjinovog spomenika, pod supervizijom USA. Kao što je rekla Roza Luksemburg: "Socijalizam ili barbarizam". Mi očito imamo barbarizam. (Montaža plakata: Dimitar Anakiev)

Sunday, February 28, 2016



To comrades in Mumbai, India

Dear comrades,

the workers of former Yugoslavia support and greet World Conference against War, Exploitation and Precarious Labor that will be organized in November 2016 in Mumbai, India. We all feel great sympathy for the people and working class of India: your ability to mobilize 150 million workers for general strike in September 2015 is a great stimulus to us. As you know the common homeland of Yugoslav workers is destroyed by the forces of world imperialism and neocolonialism; the federal country is crashed into pieces and is now ruled by comprador's governments. Historic achievements of the workers' struggles in the Balkans are destroyed.
Even in conditions of national division, working class of former Yugoslavia was able to fight for their own rights. In 2012-2013 uprising in Slovenia 300.000 people (out of 2 millions of Slovenians) were mobilized against the government. Revolutionary movement of workers in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2014 was even broader. Numerous strikes are taking place all around the former Yugoslavia. The strike of policemen in Slovenia has been lasting for 4 months. Only yesterday did the Slovenian doctors’ unions ask for a pay rise of 40 percent. Waiting on the doorstep are unions of teachers asking for the salaries they were receiving before the “austerity” measures and many others...
We have particular problems (ethnic division of Yugoslav workers is especially painful in Bosnia and Herzegovina) but most of the problems are common. We think that attempts to abolish the right to strike threaten all workers of the world, along with “austerity” measures and imperial wars that make millions of people homeless refugees. Life on the planet earth became unbearable for most of its inhabitants.

Dear comrades, the time has come for united workers of the world to raise their voice!

We, the workers of the former Yugoslavia of all nations are ready to get together with the workers of the world in a joint action.

Dear comrade Vasudevan Hambiath, please inform us of all the necessary details needed for joining the conference.

Združenje izbrisanih delavcev (ZID), Slovenia
Association of Erased Workers (ZID), Slovenia
L' Association des travailleurs effacé (ZID), Slovenia

Dimitar Anakiev, president


KONEC MITA O OSAMOSVOJITVI SLOVENIJE, prava pričevanja prideju proti koncu, prosim pogledajte:

Tuesday, February 16, 2016


Dimitar Anakiev


Continuing in its third month is the police strike in Slovenia. Two Slovenian police
unions, the Police Trade Union of Slovenia (PSS) and the Trade Union of Police Offices (SPS) with 62,5% Slovenian policemen, started a strike on November, 18, 2015. Three major demands were put forward by the strikers:

1. pay rises of 35 percent,

2. arrears and overtime payments, and,

3. greater work safety (replacement of old equipment).

The President of the government coalition of the Party of Modern Center, the Social
Democrats and the Party of Pensioners of Slovenia, Miro Cerar, proclaimed the police strike to be treason of national interests and for a long time he refused negotiations with the strikers. However, the police unions and membership continued to hold out for their demands which brought the government to start negotiations, after all. Due to the special legal regulations, the police strike is limited and the unions carry it in a legally prescribed procedure. Police does not cease working and it intervenes in emergencies where human lives and property are endangered; yet, according to the regulations of its strike, no penalties are there for minor offences. That is why, due to not sanctioning of traffic offences in the last three months, the state treasury is deprived of eight million euros. At the state borders, again, police threatens to work “by the police regulations” which would, at the largest border crossing in Slovenia, Obrežje, at the border with Croatia, prolong average waiting for border crossing from today’s 15 minutes to full two hours. This would mean that the flow of people and goods would be practically brought to a standstill. In addition to stalling, the government has tried to break up the strike through a negative media campaign while it has also tried to plant seeds of discord between the union leaders and the members by claiming that it sympathizes with the policemen who are good and honest workers but that the leaders of the unions are discreditable. The response they have obtained from the members of both the unions is strong support for the leaders. Though the law prohibits public police strikes in official uniforms, on December, 11, 2015, 3,000 policemen in uniforms gathered together protesting before the seat of the government of Slovenia chanting “Thieves, thieves...”

After the mafia privatization of the social property of the Socialist Slovenia, the government of the “independent” Slovenia every year gets into debt to foreign creditors in order to provide for the wages for itself and its own clerks while, at the same time, continuing with the austerity measures – as strictly subordinating itself to Brussels neocolonialism – to further exhaust working class and people. That is why it cannot allow itself any success of the police strike which would produce, in a seriously impoverished public sector, a domino effect of new demands for pay rises and would break the whole “austerity” strategy as the major European policy of the world potentates. However, due to the persistence and good tactics of the police unions, the strike costs are increasing and it is only a matter of time when the price of the strike would more seriously compete with the cost of pay rise. It is understandable that the government is nervous about such a long police strike which is taking place at the moment when, because of the refugee crisis, its need for police is increasing. Slovenia is located on the so-called “Balkan route” of the refugees from the Near East, Afghanistan and Africa. Its territory has been crossed so far by more than a few hundreds of thousands of refugees and still it is crossed every day by a couple of thousands of new exhausted people running away from the region in which Western imperialism fights its last battle for control over other people’s natural resources.
Due to a domestic crisis which is in sight and to which a crisis of the Schengen borders is added (Austria has again introduced the border control with Slovenia while Slovenia enclosed itself with a barbed wire on the border with Croatia) as well as the crisis of politics and survival of the EU as such, the government has recently introduced additions to the Defence Act and brought about new amendments that redirected some police authorities to the army. This causes serious conflicts with the civil society that sees, in the government acts, the signs of impending totalitarianism.

Slovenia left the Socialist Federative Yugoslavia in which it was a full-fledged and equal member in order to join “the free and democratic world” as the EU was represented. It has shown, in only twenty-five years, that the EU promises were false, a mirage behind which there lurked the forces of new totalitarianism. The Slovenian working class and people have been robbed while the government of Slovenia is deprived of monetary and fiscal liberties. This is the government of governors paid by world capital in order to enslave its own people. Unexpectedly, in this narrative did the long-term strike of Slovenian police get involved. And only yesterday did the Slovenian doctors’ unions ask for pay rises of 40 percent; also, waiting on the doorstep are unions of teachers asking for the return to the payments as they were before the “austerity” measures and many others... It is obvious that the austerity policies are hardly sustainable - and so is, all along with it, the whole political system founded on theft. Impending are the exciting times in which the place of police seems to be not entirely predictable... At this very moment the police in Slovenia shares the fate of its people while the government and the system have no strength to change that.