What is RAIM?
The Revolutionary Anti-Imperialist Movement (RAIM) is a collective of revolutionary communists based primarily in the imperialist countries of north amerika and western europe.
We aim to build support for a broad front against imperialism, while simultaneously confronting opportunism and chauvinism in the First World left. We recognize that our location within the “belly of the beast” has presented us with a unique set of conditions, around and against which our practice must be constructed. Confronted by a complacent working class, served by an opportunist left, and alienated from the proletariat through the reception of surplus value drained from the Third World, we must understand the ideological and strategic implications of struggle from within the parasitic core. It benefits neither the left in the oppressor or the oppressed nations to pretend that the condition of the working class around the world is the same.
If the condition of the workers in the oppressor and oppressed nations is not the same, it stands to reason that the practice of the left in the oppressed and oppressor nations cannot be the same. In view of this, we strive to create a community of interests with the revolutionaries and the Third World rather than First World imperialism; support the struggles for national liberation among the internal colonies rather than the chauvinist movements of the colonial labor aristocracy; push forward a program of Decolonization, Global People’s War and of the Joint Dictatorship of the Proletariats of Oppressed Nations, against the idea that the stolen wealth of the overdeveloped countries is to be used to enrich the lives of their citizens alone; and towards the internationalization of the wealth and means of production captured by the oppressor nations. To be a Third Worldist, in our view, is to be a principled internationalist.
In order to make viewing this document easier for people accessing the site on mobile devices, we are now including the full security document in post-format on our site.
The Following are 4 simple directives intended to improve our security practice, they have been derived from the official RAIM Security Document and are intended to provide a helpful primer. Though, for more information, it is still recommended you read the full document on security.
Lessons learned in disciplining members for patriarchal behavior, and righting a failure of communication