Monthly Archives: September 2014

Down with labour: Anselm Jappe

… there is no longer a criticism of capitalism possible that is not accompanied by a criticism of labour.  The criticism of labour is not a “luxury” destined exclusively for rich countries.  On the contrary, it is even more pressing … Continue reading

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Off with the kilts: The scottish referendum on independence

The rose of all the world is not for me. I want for my part Only the little white rose of Scotland That smells sharp and sweet—and breaks the heart. Hugh MacDiarmid, The Little White Rose One may be forgiven … Continue reading

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Remembering septembers past: Victor Jara

On September 16th, Victor Jara was killed five days after the 1973 coup d’état that brought to an end the government of Salvador Allende. He was among the thousands that died at the hands of Augusto Pinochet’s violent authority. But … Continue reading

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From Espai en Blanc: El Pressentiment

Born in 2002 in Barcelona, walking between critical thought and activism, the Espai en Blanc collective has elaborated creative forms of political intervention that we have been late to share.  Below is the ongoing El Pressentiment …

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Morocco: Racist Attacks in Boukhalef

… totalitarianism makes people superfluous as human beings. Hannah Arendt Originally posted on No Borders Morocco. The violence in Boukhalef, a quarter of Tangier in the North of Morocco, has reached a new dimension. Friday night, the 29th of August, … Continue reading

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Anti-fascism in spain: Tetuán, Madrid

As well as the fascism of concentration camps …, new forms of molecular fascism are developing: the crematoria of Belsen can be satisfactorily replaced with the small furnaces of the family, the school, racism, ghettos of all sorts. All over … Continue reading

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