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greece / turkey / cyprus / anti-fascism / interview Saturday September 21, 2013 18:01 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Interview by ex-Golden Dawn member allows insight into the group’s structure and explains what could have happened with Pavlos’ murder
Mainstream media have been reposting excerpts of an interview given by an ex-Golden Dawn member to Ethnos, a conservative Athens daily. The full interview is available in paper only, and not a source that we would ever republish from, but the interview is very revealling about the Golden Dawn’s structure, tactics and methods. read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / anti-fascism / news report Wednesday September 18, 2013 15:51 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Photo of the murdered Pavlos Fyssas via Το κουτί της Πανδώρας read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / anti-fascism / news report Saturday August 31, 2013 05:22 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Greece: Abusive trial of University Rector and anti-Nazi activist after Golden Dawn complaint! read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / anti-fascism / news report Sunday August 11, 2013 17:15 by glykosymoritis 1 image
MP of the Greek parliament Ilias Kasidiaris was photographed recently sporting a tattoo of a swastika and ancient Greek helmet on his arm.
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greece / turkey / cyprus / community struggles / news report Thursday August 08, 2013 16:13 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Graffiti reads "We want everything and for everyone " read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / anarchist movement / news report Tuesday August 06, 2013 16:59 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Greece: Crackdown against three squatted spaces in the port city of Patras read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / migration / racism / news report Wednesday July 31, 2013 22:27 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Mohammad Hassan from Corith’s camp dies read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / migration / racism / news report Tuesday July 23, 2013 21:43 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Greece: Torture lawsuits read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / gender / opinion / analysis Saturday June 29, 2013 17:17 by glykosymoritis 1 comment (last - monday july 01, 2013 21:44) 1 image
Photo from last years Dublin Pride read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / culture / news report Saturday June 15, 2013 15:16 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Review, by Barry Biddulph of Trotsky, Trotskyism and Trotskyists, a Communist Workers Organisation Pamphlet. read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / anarchist movement / news report Thursday May 23, 2013 22:19 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Poster promoting the 4th Antiauthoritarian festival B-Fest
Among the speakers at B-Fest, billed as an 'antiauthoritarian festival', will be Canadian author and activist Naomi Klein, American literary theorist and political philosopher Michael Hardt, Mohawk community activist Clifton Nicholas and digital activism expert Sky Croeser
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ireland / britain / anarchist movement / press release Thursday May 23, 2013 16:29 by glykosymoritis 1 image
In response to yesterday’s Irish News (Mon 20 May 2013) front page article, “Police to Occupy hundreds of vacant premises in Belfast during G8”, the Workers Solidarity Movement condemned security forces scaremongering in the media. read full story / add a comment
Universal Unitarian community minister Jason Lydon began his prison justice work as a teenager. At age 20, he served a six-month sentence at a county jail in Georgia and a federal prison in Massachusetts. During the time he was locked up, firsthand experiences with harassment and violence radicalized his attention to the violence of the prison industrial complex, especially as it pertains to LGBT and other marginalized people.
Between 2004-2005, Jason founded Black and Pink, a Boston-based organization that describes itself as “an open family of LGBTQ prisoners and ‘free world’ allies who support each other” in their work toward the abolition of the prison industrial complex. Black and Pink’s ongoing projects include a pen-pal project for LGBT prisoners, publishing and distributing a monthly newsletter of stories, poetry, and art by current and former incarcerated LGBT people, and direct advocacy and support for a few select individuals experiencing harassment, sexual violence, lack of access to healthcare, and other forms of mistreatment. Now serving as Director and Lead Organizer at Black and Pink, Jason spoke with The Media about his prison abolition work and the visibility that’s come with Black and Pink’s recent nomination to be the Grand Marshal at Boston Pride 2013. Voting is open until May 15. read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / migration / racism / news report Thursday April 18, 2013 16:11 by glykosymoritis 1 image
20 Bangladeshi workers were shot during a dispute over back pay read full story / add a comment
grecia / turchia / cipro / economia / intervista Wednesday April 03, 2013 20:03 by glykosymoritis 1 image
greece / turkey / cyprus / economy / interview Thursday March 28, 2013 16:41 by glykosymoritis 1 image
international / education / other libertarian press Sunday March 24, 2013 15:24 by glykosymoritis 1 image
The development of modern society and what has happened to the working-class movement over the last 100 years (and in particular since 1917) have compelled us to make a radical revision of the ideas on which that movement has been based.
Forty years have elapsed since the proletarian revolution seized power in Russia. From that revolution it is not socialism that ultimately emerged but a new and monstrous form of exploiting society and totalitarian oppression that differed from the worst forms of capitalism only in that the bureaucracy replaced the private owners of capital and “the plan” took the place of the “free market.” Ten years ago, only a few people like us defended these ideas. Since then, the Hungarian workers have brought them to the world’s attention.
Among the raw materials for such a revision are the vast experience of the Russian Revolution and of its degeneration, the Hungarian workers’ councils, their actions, and their program. But these are far from being the only elements useful for making such a revision. A look at modern capitalism and at the type of conflict it breeds shows that throughout the world working people are faced with the same fundamental problems, often posed in surprisingly similar terms. These problems call everywhere for the same response. This answer is socialism, a social system that is the very opposite of the bureaucratic capitalism now installed in Russia, China, and elsewhere.
The experience of bureaucratic capitalism allows us clearly to perceive what socialism is not and cannot be. A close look both at past proletarian uprisings and at the everyday life and struggles of the proletariat enables us to say what socialism could and should be. Basing ourselves on a century of experience we can and must now define the positive content of socialism in a much fuller and more accurate way than was possible for previous revolutionaries. In today’s vast ideological morass, people who call themselves socialists may be heard to say that they “are no longer quite sure what the word means.” We hope to show that the very opposite is the case. Today, for the first time, one can begin to spell out in concrete and specific terms what socialism really could be like. read full story / add a comment
international / education / other libertarian press Saturday March 23, 2013 17:59 by glykosymoritis 1 image
Cornelius Castoriadis, aka Paul Cardan, was the most prominent member of the Socialisme ou Barbarie group in France in the late 1940s-1960s, which advocated workers’ self-management in workplaces and society as opposed to capitalism in its private and state-run forms. Here we present Maurice Brinton’s translation of Castoriadis’ classic On the content of socialism. The work is subtitled ‘From the Critique of Bureaucracy to the Idea of the Proletariat’s Autonomy’ read full story / add a comment