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Fredy Perlman: Anti-Semitism and the Beirut Pogrom

It galls me that a new Fascism should choose to use the experience of the victims of the earlier Fascism among its justifications. Fredy Perlman We return to the work of Fredy Perlman, this time with the Israeli genocide of … Continue reading

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The Ecological Crisis and the Rise of Post-Fascism

From Ill Will, an essay authored by the Antithesi collective (18/02/2024) … Other languages: Türkçe, Español The ecological crisis profoundly impacts the material conditions of social reproduction, extending beyond “natural disasters” to encompass a deepening of the contradictions inherent in … Continue reading

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The visible and the invisible

… [The trial of Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem offered] … the most striking insight into the totality of the moral collapse the Nazis caused in respectable European society – not only in Germany but in almost all countries, not only … Continue reading

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Alberto Toscano: Notes on late fascism

This is the “last” of a short series of essays (with earlier pieces by Gerard Granel and Simone Weil) exploring dimensions of fascism, as the latter seemingly closes in about us. We share below an essay by Albert Toscano, a … Continue reading

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Simone Weil: The waning of the working class, technique and the rise of fascism

The only hope of socialism resides in those who have already brought about in themselves, as far as is possible in the society of today, that union between manual and intellectual labour which characterizes the society we are aiming at. … Continue reading

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Gérard Granel: Modern sovereignty as the loss of limits

… the essence of Modernity seems to me to consist of a logic of the infinite, aiming to determine more and more sovereignly the finite, without having to base itself anywhere or upon anything – a foundation it has needed … Continue reading

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In Memory of Marcy

From Solidarity Collectives (18/12/2023) … We want to tell you about our comrade, Marcy, who was killed in action on 11 November, near Avdiivka.  (The family has asked for no media coverage, so we will not disclose his real name).

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Revolution and Destruction: The Fascist Obstacle

From lundimatin #407, December 11, 2023 … This text was written by the philosopher Jean Vioulac for a gathering organised by Lundimatin at the Consulate, in Paris, on December 2, 2023. The theme revived the most haunting dichotomy of our contemporary … Continue reading

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Back to the Future

The Return of the Ultraliberal Right in Argentina (From CrimethInc. 26/11/2023) Last week, the extreme right won electoral victories in the Netherlands and Argentina. The global reactionary wave that brought Donald Trump to power did not subside with his electoral loss in … Continue reading

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Fascisms, yesterday and today

A reflection on Fascism, by Alessandro Stella, published with Lundimatin #402, 06/11/2023. Many people, unfortunately, have an outdated image of fascism, made up of Hitler, Mussolini, Franco and other military-political dictators of the 20th century claiming this ideology. Some are … Continue reading

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