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The Federation of Anarchist Communes RMB

WA Delegate (non-executive): The Confederacy of Samalandi (elected )

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Least Corrupt Governments: 375th Largest Welfare Programs: 384th Most Rebellious Youth: 394th+27
Nicest Citizens: 474th Most Nations: 506th Most Compassionate Citizens: 506th Most Cheerful Citizens: 529th Most Inclusive: 593rd Best Weather: 712th Most Advanced Public Education: 730th Most Cultured: 745th Most Beautiful Environments: 764th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 811th Smartest Citizens: 997th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,045th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,055th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,109th Longest Average Lifespans: 1,241st Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,253rd Most Secular: 1,448th Most Extensive Civil Rights: 1,455th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,557th Healthiest Citizens: 1,623rd Largest Governments: 1,663rd Highest Poor Incomes: 1,741st Most Pacifist: 1,792nd Highest Drug Use: 1,830th Most Developed: 1,831st Largest Publishing Industry: 1,870th Most Subsidized Industry: 1,973rd
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The FEDERATION OF ANARCHIST COMMUNES is an egalitarian free association of autonomous anarchist communities.


"We carry a new world here, in our hearts. That world is growing in this minute."
-Buenaventura Durruti-

"I'd rather die on my feet, than live on my knees."
-Emiliano Zapata

"You cannot buy the revolution. You cannot make the revolution. You can only be the revolution. It is in your spirit, or it is nowhere."
-Ursula K. Le Guin-




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    Cry of Rebellion - Issue Two

    BulletinOpinion by Kassimo . 202 reads.

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    Cry of Rebellion - Issue One

    BulletinOpinion by Kassimo . 266 reads.

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    Anti-Fascism, or, Why We Fight

    MetaReference by The international working class . 5,773 reads.

Embassies: Anarchy, Antifa, NSLeft, The Internationale, The Leftist Assembly, Libcom, Hippy Haven, The Communist Party of NationStates, Forest, Gay Equality, The MT Army, North Korea, The Red Guards, Mar A Lago Club, and Democratic Socialist Alliance.

Tags: Feminist, Eco-Friendly, Communist, Medium, Anarchist, LGBT, Social, Anti-Capitalist, Socialist, Offsite Forums, Democratic, Offsite Chat, and 1 other.Anti-Fascist.

The Federation of Anarchist Communes contains 29 nations, the 506th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Compassionate Citizens in The Federation of Anarchist Communes

Exhaustive World Census tests involving kittens revealed the following nations to be the most compassionate.

As a region, The Federation of Anarchist Communes is ranked 506th in the world for Most Compassionate Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Most Serene and High Jarldom of United Provinces of AtlanticaLiberal Democratic Socialists“ᛂᚵ ᛋᛐᛆᚿᛑᛆ - ég Standa”
2.The Zone À Défendre of The Eurasian FrontLeft-wing Utopia“No Gods, No Masters, No Problem”
3.The Autonomous Communities of Insert Clever Anime ReferenceLeft-wing Utopia“Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his brow?”
4.The International Conspiracy of StrozniaCivil Rights Lovefest“Bullsh!t Makes the Flowers Grow, and That's Beautiful.”
5.The Community of Anarcho-BakeryLeft-wing Utopia“Freedom Without Communism Is In Not True Freedom.”
6.The Free Land of YlemLeft-wing Utopia“Primo Victoria”
7.The Centralized Commune of Democracy of CaliforniaScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Asistencia y Progreso”
8.The Free Territory of KolmyaLeft-wing Utopia“From the stars we come, and to the stars we go.”
9.The Rogue Nation of MaupofCivil Rights Lovefest“your heart is a muscle the size of your fist”
10.The Iconoclastic Aporia of KassimoLeft-wing Utopia“No one forgotten, Nothing forgiven.”
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Recent polls: “Construction of embassies with the Democratic Socialist Alliance?”“embassy request from the fist of the working class”

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The Federation of Anarchist Communes Regional Message Board

Kassimo wrote:One thing I will comment is that debate on the issue of organisation/method is often unproductive because the purpose/role of organisation in different viewpoints is not made clear (in fact, in many polemics I read, the writers seem unaware that there is any differentiation on this matter at all). A classic example of this would be when those inclined to formal organisation criticise the method of informal organisation for failing to create mass-movements or failing to gain the support of the public. Also it is quite common for people to argue for or against a method of organisation as if it is an ideological commitment that one must apply in all circumstances, seemingly unable to process the idea that specific methods may be useful in one context but not another.

I agree with most of what you write here, especially about the seeds of sectarianism which can be planted by those who see an organisational form as a economic or social platform in itself.
I believe almost any form of organisation has it's uses depending on the situation, and personally support many different types. My main aim with the original post is to look closely and criticise these ideas to find ways we can make them and use them more effectively.

Cynthia McKinney wrote:Hello, I'm the founder of the Democratic Socialist Alliance. We're a democratic left wing region. We are seeking embassies with other democratic left wing regions that share our values. We would like an embassy with your region to establish closer relations between our regions.

how come your region isn't tagged communist?
I'm not too impressed with democratic socialism, i see it as giving bourgeois concessions in order to mollify the mob, can you explain why I'm wrong?

Cynthia McKinney wrote:Hello, I'm the founder of the Democratic Socialist Alliance. We're a democratic left wing region. We are seeking embassies with other democratic left wing regions that share our values. We would like an embassy with your region to establish closer relations between our regions.

I try not to involve myself with regions we don't hold embassies with, however as members of NSLeft I feel it is important to to make aware what the Democratic Socialist Alliance is. Over 6 years ago, the founder of this region abused their powers, triggering a mass exodus into what is now the Democratic Socialist Assembly. As fellow members of NSLeft, we ask the members of FAC to consider this in their vote.

Well, beggars can't be choosers! Our puny region of well under 100 nations, trundling along with only occasional activity, never refusing entry on the basis of statistics or WA classification, never having elected a government, unfortunately doesn't meet our allies humble standards. ;) But we thank you for deigning to visit our anarchic dustcupboard. :P

Ivory Rhodesian Peoples wrote:I try not to involve myself with regions we don't hold embassies with, however as members of NSLeft I feel it is important to to make aware what the Democratic Socialist Alliance is. Over 6 years ago, the founder of this region abused their powers, triggering a mass exodus into what is now the Democratic Socialist Assembly. As fellow members of NSLeft, we ask the members of FAC to consider this in their vote.

not too sure how a spat between demsocs effects us. Both sides are equally counter-revolutionary from my perspective.
did you really believe that the powers of hierarchy and authority wouldn't be abused if allowed to exist? silly demsocs.

so we've voted for the embassy with dsa and we've had another embassy request. from The Fist of the Working Class this time.

Che The Leader, care to send an emissary to explain your reasons?

Maupof wrote:not too sure how a spat between demsocs effects us. Both sides are equally counter-revolutionary from my perspective.
did you really believe that the powers of hierarchy and authority wouldn't be abused if allowed to exist? silly demsocs.

I understand what you mean talking about demsocs, and I agree when you say that their spats should not affect us. But, I would like to ask you, what do you prefer? An embassy with a region founded by someone who abused their powers or a region with people who haven't still abused them? I still think that having embassies with both is not incompatible, but I wouldn't dare to put them at the same level.

Libertarian Australia wrote:I understand what you mean talking about demsocs, and I agree when you say that their spats should not affect us. But, I would like to ask you, what do you prefer? An embassy with a region founded by someone who abused their powers or a region with people who haven't still abused them? I still think that having embassies with both is not incompatible, but I wouldn't dare to put them at the same level.

of course, we should take each case on it's own merits. And in this case the only knowledge of these abuses are the words of an admitted rival community of demsocs. I appreciate them letting us know, but we don't even know what happened. I'm not sure how much I can judge one side against the other without more knowledge of the situation. So i have to fall back on the knowledge I do have, that they are both demsocs.

That being said why don't we have an embassy with both? We should have embassies with all the NSLeft members shouldn't we?

Just to clarify: DSAssembly is an NSLeft member region; DSAlliance is not.

Caelapes wrote:Just to clarify: DSAssembly is an NSLeft member region; DSAlliance is not.

I know, we've just opened embassies in Alliance, but not in Assembly. It was more of a question towards other FAC members about whether being in NSLeft together is a good enough reason to open an embassy with Assembly, even though we don't fit their criteria.

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