Anarco Communist Collective - an alliance of Anarchists and Left Libertarians

Greetings Commanders, welcome to the core region of the Lave Frontier Alliance

We are the Anarcho Communist Collective/Anarcho Communists of the Lave Cluster (or just LFA if you like), an alliance between Anarchists and Left Libertarians/Libertarian Socialists/Council Communists/Libertarian Marxists. We are members of the Galactic Communst Union and now the Border Coalition, but originally an offshoot of the AEDC.

The ACLC has also founded the player group initiative called the Lave Frontier Alliance, and through this we hope to increase the number of Communist and Socialist player groups out here:

https://forums.frontier.co.uk/showthread.php/390791-Player-Group-Alliance-Initiative-LAVE-FRONTIER-ALLIANCE

https://discord.gg/MvWx2rd



Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/tPEnFgm
CIU:
http://forum.communisminterstellar.com/portal.php
http://inara.cz/wing/1089

Private group is named 'ARGHouse', allies are welcome to join so they can partake in joint ops. Although I prefer playing in Open.

Lore
Leesti, centre of the Old Worlds and an integral member of the Alliance. For nearly a decade Leesti had been an area of competition between Alliance and Federation pilots, eventually resulting in Federation support for the Fascist 'Justice Party of Leesti'. Continued support of JPL lead to the coup against the established Cooperative government. The coup was successful, and for months the system was under the brutal control of Pat House (until he was assassinated and replaced by his head of secret police). Brutalities against the people of the Leesti system included euthenization, ethnic cleansing, the execution of workers unions, jailing and torture of dissident and the kidnapping of Alliance citizens. No secret was kept hidden from JPL... or so they thought. At the risk of exposure and execution the last vestiges of democracy and free thought went underground, forming into an effective Anti Fascist group called the Anarco Communist Collective. The ACC organised most of the resistance on the surface of Leesti, sabotaging multiple JPL ships and facilities. ACC also helped relay sensitive JPL information to several Alliance groups. Thanks to the efforts of the ACC, Allied fighters were able to decisively crush JPL during the one week Liberation of Leesti. The ACC has much to thank for the assistance from the AEDC and its allies after months of oppression. The ACC now has a permanent presence on George Lucas Station, not only does it intend to aid the Alliance, it intends to seed change throughout the Alliance and revolution in the Federation and the Empire.

Membership
Group membership of the LFA is permitted with time in the core region. The LFA is in particular a spring-boarder of new groups, though some we have found require orientation before heading further into this mostly uncharted region of space. Knowledge of all LFA systems and members is only permitted with either association with this group or allied status.

The Lave Frontier Alliance was built on the efforts of explorers and continues to thrive thanks to the human spirit of curiosity. Here is a list of systems and stations you can drop exploration data at:
-Unelinte, Paulmier De Gonneville Station, Unelinte Revolutionaries
-Dijkstra, Lienward, Dijkstra Union
-Thadaguru, Bosch's Claim or Bierce Works, Dijkstra Union
-HIP 65626, Blenkinsop Mines, People's of Rians
-Rians, Morris Orbital, People's of Rians
-Ilbassi, Virtanen Works and VVang Landing, Ilbassi Cooperative
-Aiaba, Denton Installation, Revolutionary Movement for Gefion
-HIP 67389, Cook Terminal, HIP 67389 for Equality
-Oguninksmii, any of the stations or surface ports, Unionists of Oguninksmii
-Coritures, Stith Mines, Revolutionary Movement of Gefion
-Gefion, Narbeth Survey and Poisson Mines, Revolutionary Movement of Gefion
-Deiva, O'Leary Ring, Herreshoff Orbital, Labor of Deiva
-AC Yanto, Boucher Installation, Pryzhevalsky Freeportm AC Yanto as One
-Caillapit, Rennie Depot, Kandel Terminal, AC Yanto as One
-Makurboda, Rushd Ring, Leftists of Makurboda
-Kambarci, Young Port, Piercy City, Social Kambarci Labor Union
-Gliese 9423, Bierce's Inheritance, Green Party of Gliese 9423
-Jukagha, Fraas Orbital, Revolutionary Movement of Gefion

Here is a list of factions you can support in our region:
-Dijkstra Union
-Unelinte Revolutionaries
-Revolutionary Movement of Gefion
-Ilbassi Cooperative
-HIP 67389 for Equality
-Labor of Deiva
-New Obastini Union
-Kebes Stakeholders
-Integrated Ejagalki
-Unionists of Oguninksmii
-Green Party of Gliese 9423

We are looking for:
-Explorers
-Pirates
-Revolutionaries and Freedom Fighters
-Assassins
-Transport Pilots
-Engineers and Scientists

A bit more information:
-We believe in Direct Democracy. We also support Communist and Cooperative governments in power play. We support Fed factions only for the rank and those nice ships, there is no such thing as a good Fed factions, if they have missions where you are undermining another fed faction then by all means take it. We support Independent Communist factions over Alliance factions, although Independent Leesti for Equality is the supporter of the ACC and helped initiate the Leesti Communal Rebellions of 3302.

BGS support preferences in order
1.Communist
2.Cooperative
3. Democracy - avoid anything with 'Liberal' in it.
'For Equality' 'Social' 'Revolutionary' or 'People's' tends to mean that the Democracy faction is likely Democratic Socialist.
4. Indy Confederacies (Democratic Confederalists).

PP support preferences in order
1. Lave Frontier Alliance (Yuri Grom)
2. Alliance
3. Aisling
4. Pitching Feds and Imps against each other.
If you want to sow discord among the superpowers then fell free.

-We encourage you to also take up any missions that have you killing Feds or Imperials, it gets them confused. Also take cargo delivery missions from the Feds and Imperials, as well as from the list of government types you don't like... And then abandon them. sell the cargo to an enemy station, or if the station has a black market, either way it damages their influence.

-While we do not agree with Imperialism, we are aware of Aisling Duval's position on slavery and we are willing to co-operate with Aisling player groups in anti slavery activities.

-The group does not wish to interfere in the play style of other players, neither does anybody give orders. There will be a list of ops given which will be completely optional. Everybody can pitch in on ops, what ops do you want? Neither do we condone piracy or random acts of aggression against other players without reason, the only reason being if is a part of an op. Otherwise piracy and raids against NPCs are completely cool.

-This is optional, but the main base ATM is Unelinte, lots of good systems around it, you can buy high tech modules down at the old worlds, good bounty hunting in the Old Worlds, Rians and Dijkstra.We are right next to the Old Worlds, which also has the advantage of being a main attraction of many Alliance players, so you can expect some support from the AEDC if ever needed, or help them in turn. Please do not pirate at the home base, not only will you get a huge bounty, but you might also influence the background simulation and cause civil unrest. Then again this is optional, nobody can stop you, but bounty hunting is recommended around home base.

-Other areas of interest include Eravate/LHS 3447 area, there are some good value factions there, but many systems are also under the influence of dictatorships. Eravate, LHS 3447 and Chamunda have the possibility of becoming excellent areas of activity on par with Leesti, so piracy is recommended here (Kini is also pretty good for piracy)(After getting blown up by Pheyr in Eravate take ops around the starter bubble at your own risk, don't shoot the new players though). I am not aware of many other areas in the Federation or Empire, except that FN Virginis will give some really good bounty hunting. The Alioth area is also a really friendly place, with some good bounty hunting locations and not to far away from Sol if you ever want to do some raids in the heartland. We also encourage you to go out towards Manite and help our comrades in the CIU
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-If you like exploration we also encourage it, after the CIUS Voyager returns from Colonia with its data there will be many new exploration opportunities which shall also be shared with our allies.

-Regarding Thargoids and Oresians, I am aware this species might be constructs of the now extinct Guardians. We welcome interspecies co-operation with the Oresians, but we oppose Thargoid aggression, and in turn we are against unwarranted hostility against the Oresians. Yet we are aware that a) INRA used Mycoid on both Oresrians and Klaxians b) Thus Oresrians are quite happy with using our systems as a meat shield against the Klaxians, a cold and yet perhaps flawed strategy.

-We do not promote Marxist Leninism/Stalinism/AuthLeft in this group. We call those State Capitalism. These factions we have found support the Empire and Imperial slavery, sometimes they are also member factions of the Alliance, we have our differences.

Have fun and fly safe commanders. And remember, No Pasaran!
 
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Jane Turner

Volunteer Moderator
Good to see this.

A little worried that you see us as statist, since we are emphatically and explicitly anti-statist, but exceedingly keen not to get into an anarchist v communism debate.
 
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Sorry, that was a presumption, I should have checked your wing site, I just have some history with Tankies. If you are not statists we would gladly work with you. I'll just have to change the manifesto.
 
If you're looking for the state communist group to be unnecessarily divisive on the Left towards, I believe ICU are space-Trots.
 

Jane Turner

Volunteer Moderator
The ICU are very much based in the 34thC too we split based on geographical not ideological lines
 
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The ICU are very much based in the 34thC too we split based on geographical not ideological lines
Good to know! In that case, I can't think of any state communist organizations. However, I wonder for the sake of discussion about the viability of stateless galactic government. Planetary governments being centralized, or achieving statelessness, are both not only achievable but an inevitable result. On the other hand, I would imagine that the nature of interplanetary government would de facto incline itself towards Federalism. Individual planets would could work entirely in stateless decentralized models offered by communism or anarchism or anarchocommunism, but how do we unite different planetary bodies or celestial bodies under a decentralized system? Especially since most people are not starfaring and know only their own planet. Wouldn't anarcho-syndicalist federalism seem to be a more viable solution?

OOC, I'm actually surprised that there aren't a bunch of space tankies running around - usually these kinds of orgs tend to attract just straight up tankies.
 
Good to know! In that case, I can't think of any state communist organizations. However, I wonder for the sake of discussion about the viability of stateless galactic government. Planetary governments being centralized, or achieving statelessness, are both not only achievable but an inevitable result. On the other hand, I would imagine that the nature of interplanetary government would de facto incline itself towards Federalism. Individual planets would could work entirely in stateless decentralized models offered by communism or anarchism or anarchocommunism, but how do we unite different planetary bodies or celestial bodies under a decentralized system? Especially since most people are not starfaring and know only their own planet. Wouldn't anarcho-syndicalist federalism seem to be a more viable solution?

OOC, I'm actually surprised that there aren't a bunch of space tankies running around - usually these kinds of orgs tend to attract just straight up tankies.
Federalism is not mutually exclusive to anarchism. If you have a confederation of anarchist communities, you still have federalism. IE: The FAI in Spain.
If the federation simply represents a way for inter-community trade, communication, and organization to happen, and is still done within the framework of horizontal power structures, it is fine, in my opinion.
 
Awesome.

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There have been a few eyebrows raised on my position regarding Mahon, fair enough. But the ACC has support The Allies and AEDC.
 
The Alliance serves to protect independent systems which I can admire. They protect them from Federal Corporate Exploitation but also literal Imperial Oppression. However: Edmund Mahon has worked hard to promote corporations within the alliance and now most of Alliance space is ruled by corporations rather than the people. The alliance no longer serves to protect independent systems but their own capitalism. As a fellow anarchist you need to understand that they are really just a lesser enemy.
 
I've noticed that.

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The 6 most powerful systems in the Alliance have the power to choose the PM... Very of dictatorial. The Alliance is meant to be an equal partnership. It cannot work if 6 systems hold sway over the others.
 

Jane Turner

Volunteer Moderator
Just check out the description of Alliance Communist factions too..... and spot the quote from Animal Farm
 
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