Archive: December 2014


Neo-Nazi demonstration in Germany: capitalism taking its dog for another walk

A gather of 17,000 people in Dresden illustrates the impact of economic and social insecurity in Europe.  The so called “Islamification of Europe” is only a new mask for the …

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The spectre of Podemos in Spain

A new left wing spectre is rising in Spain and it has forced both the centre-left and the centre-right to rethink their political strategy. Most especially, the neo-liberal right-wing party …

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Oppose Iran’s state racism towards Afghan residents and migrants!

  Iran’s department of interior ministry has banned Afghan migrants from residing in nine provinces in Iran, other provinces being under consideration for a similar ban. Restriction and bans on …

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The Tunisian revolutionary youth demand for more!

Tunisia has solidified its position against the Islamists by electing a secular government. Mr Beji Caid Essebsi, who was a former interior minister of Tunisia’s first repressive Islamist president, is …

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Syriza: Greek radical left

Greek people suffered the worst consequences of the European Central Bank’s bailout: severe cuts to social services including healthcare, education and pension. In addition, Greece continues to have one of …

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Cuba: why now?

The recent news about the US administration, via president Obama, negotiating the end of the Cuban economic embargo is the culmination of several decades of defeat of the US foreign …

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Thousands protest at Mall of America against police brutality

Thousands of people gathered in cities such as Boston; in boulder, Colorado; in Portland, Oregon; in Austin, Tex; in Bay Area, California; and in New York City to protest against …

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The United States war crimes report

It was by no means news to the world that the US practices torture on its prisoners. Even before the Guantanamo Bay revelations the world knew that the flag of …

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The largest union strike in Belgium in years

The labour in unions in Belgium went on a 24 hour strike against the government austerity policies that are aimed at making 14 Billion worth of cuts to the social …

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“From the river to the sea, Irish water will be free”: a manifestation of capitalism’s exchange/use-value contradiction

With over 100,000 people gathered in the streets of Dublin, the people of Ireland have made it loud and clear that they will not allow the government to impose the …

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