Although, the occupation has finally ended, the worker occupation of the Ssangyong motors factory in Pyeongtaek, South Korea was an inspiring display of working class militancy. More than two weeks of struggle in defense of the occupied factory finally saw the riot police, aided by company scabs, forcing the workers to abandon their fight to stop the company from cutting 1,000 jobs.
Photo from Libcom, their site has an archive of the daily updates from the Ssangyong conflict, lots of crazy photos and accounts from the frontline.
Today's photo is brilliant, the sign held in the photo below reads: "If you come in, there will be fire." Well done.