By Justin / @justinthelibsoc
On Wednesday 17th April, in Nea Manolada, Greece, more than 30 Bangladeshi migrant strawberry pickers were shot by their supervisors and bosses and several workers are currently in critical condition. The shooting took place when around 200 migrant workers demanded to receive wages for 6 months unpaid work. TheÂ Associated Press news agency […]
By Koos CouvÃ©e
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte looks set for a return to office after his pro-EU austerity VVD party became the biggest winner in this weekâ€™s general election, closely followed by the Labour Party. With the Socialist Party coming third at some distance, the elections turned out to be a two-horse race. The most […]
With August coming to an end and the temperatures dropping from the low 40s C to low 30s C. The northern port city of Thessaloniki shakes off of its summer lethargy as people come back from their annual holidays and the town readies itself for the return of its large student population. However, amidst […]
By Luke Cooper
Perhaps it was inevitable that attention would focus on FranÃ§ois Hollandeâ€™s defeat of Nicolas Sarkozy, in what is undoubtedly a major blow to Europeâ€™s political right. After all, the fall of Sarkozy potentially undermines the Franco-German consensus at the heart of the EU project, and leaves German Chancellor Angela Merkel more isolated than […]
By Gavan Titley
Mohamed Merah was still under police siege when the email came from a researcher on Nick Ferrariâ€™s LBC radio show; â€˜are you free to come on and discuss the massacre in Toulouse, and whether this could ever happen in Britain?â€™ The answer was no, but the question, and the invitation, interested me. Why […]
By Mhairi McAlpine / @Mhairi_McAlpine
Growing up in the 1970s, I didn’t have the most politically correct upbringing. A gollywog adorned the jam jar I stared blankly at as I woke up over my morning toast, in school we read “Little Black Sambo” – complete with illustrations, for pleasure I read about how evil Gollywogs were, […]
It seems The Daily Mail are unable to kick the habit of supporting fascists… from the paper that brought you “Hurrah for the Blackshirts” in 1930s are now advocatingÂ Marine Le Pen in 2012.
Marine Le Pen remains, among an imperfect choice in urgent times, the only candidate capable of saving Franceâ€™s control over her finances, borders, […]
Details of the arrest of Bryn Phillips, his interview with the British Security Services, and the involvement of The City of London Corporation in his arrest.
Bryn Phillips, who is a British political prisoner, writes the following:
The misery of poverty and pain of austerity measures being undertaken in Greece though unprecedented in Europe, has happened in Africa, Asia and Latin America for centuries and in many countries on those continents continues to suffer its effects.
However the resistance to the troika has brought about not only fierce resistance but innovative forms of […]
On the 9thÂ of February 2012 a janitor found the body of Nikita Kalin, a Russian anarchist and anti-fascist. Nikita was murdered by a group of Nazis, brutally stabbed 61 times, besides this his ribs were fractured multiple times and his head was also wounded. Currently only one suspect has been arrested, and was confirmed […]Read more →
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