Internationalist Communists Oceania are a group of Australian based workers who organise around and defend Internationalist Communist (Italian Communist Left) positions. Our end goal is the abolition of class society and private property. In other words, we want, nay need, to see a Communist society within the younger generations lifetimes if we hope to see a continuation of human existence. Our current epoch has taken the phrase “Socialism or Barbarism” and has made it an imminent reality.
Our immediate goals are to regroup those dissuaded by the lack of organisations who uphold Marxist positions in the Oceanic area. As well as regrouping those who already share our views, we also wish to aide new and misguided communists in coming to our positions through hosting regular educational discussions.
While ICO is not affiliated with any other group or organisation, we are sympathetic to the positions of the Internationalist Communist Tendency.
If you wish to get involved, we suggest reading our platform and getting in contact with us. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our positions and organisation.
ICO’s public Telegram channel was created for the purpose of sharing articles in case social media platforms go down, people don’t use them, or they want a break from them.
Other Internationalist Groups
The Internationalist Communist Tendency (ICT)
Communist Workers’ Organisation (CWO) – UK affiliate of the ICT
Gruppe Internationalistischer KommunistInnen (GIK) – German affiliate of the ICT
Internationalist Workers’ Group (IWG) – United States affiliate of the ICT
For anywhere not on the above list, you can contact the nearest ICT affiliate and may be able to be put in touch with Swedish, Spanish, Farsi, Polish, Russian, Dutch, and Portuguese speaking comrades.
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