A bit old news, but still gives us space for discussion about modern anarchosyndicalism, it's impact on the movement and differences between syndicalism and insurrectionism. IWA site I have .pdf report of point that were approved / not approved and some main decisions that were made there, if anyone is interested feel free to PM me. I think that we can all agree that anarchosyndicalisms golden age finished long time ago, and what we see today is remains of old unions ( CNT, CNT-F, CNTE, CGT and so on) trying to be as radical as possible ( as part of IWA ). What we miss is critical mass, groups of people ( workers ) who can achive revolution ( not necessarily global, but local - on work places ). This is where insurrectionism comes into game, and as Bonano puts it : 'It's easy. You can do it by yourself, or with a bunch of trusted comrades. You don't need to have great means or technical competence. The capital is vulnerable, if you are determined to act'. I am part of anarchosyndicalist movement in my region, although I think it is currently not the most efficient way of fighting back. I think that violent direct action followed by strike / general strikes is the only way to bring change ( this is also debatable, because change is irrelevant if it's not the capitalist system being changed from roots, meaning higher slave-wages don't mean much if you're still being exploited on daily basis ). That's just my 2 cents.