Tag Archives: Injustice

“Fenerism”: A World for Rent

Today, the right to property is denied to the majority of humans. The base of the capitalist system lies in the leasing of all types of “goods”, and loans with interest or usury are the greatest exponents. No-one talks about … Continue reading

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The Dream of a Third Spanish Republic

This June, an apparently significant change has occurred in Spanish politics, with the abdication of King Juan Carlos I (part of the Bourbon dynasty that has ruled Spain since 1713). If we analyse the recent history of Spain a bit … Continue reading

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Miliband, Labour, and the Crisis of British Democracy

The movement of the UK Labour Party away from the unions – and therefore away from the People – has left England in particular in a situation where the three main political parties represent different versions of the same thing. … Continue reading

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The People’s Front and the Struggle against the Proyecto Integral Morelos (PIM)

On May 27th, six armed military vehicles and four Police trucks entered the towns of San Juan Amecac, Cohuecan, Acteopan and Amilcingo to protect the work of the Italian company in charge of the “Proyecto Integral Morelos” (PIM). The aim … Continue reading

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‘Democracy’ in the UK and Europe

For those unfamiliar with the main political parties in the UK, this is my rough summary:   ‘Left’ Labour – social democrats and ‘social’ capitalists of the so-called ‘third way’ (S&D in Europe) Lib Dems – social democrats focussed more … Continue reading

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The “Gaps”, the Galeanos, and the Dignified Rage

Since the indigenous peasant uprising of the EZLN (Zapatista Army of National Liberation) in 1994, the Mexican Ministry of National Defence (Sedena) and its main ideologue, partner, and sponsor – the Department of Defense of the USA – have been … Continue reading

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The “Biopower” of the New PRI

In 1957, Octavio Paz (whose centenary we celebrate this year) published one of the greatest poems in the Spanish language of the 20th century – Piedra de Sol (The Sun Stone). Inspired by the Aztec Calendar and the 584 days … Continue reading

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In Solidarity with Turkish Miners (& Miners Throughout the World)

At least 282 miners have died in the worst mining disaster in Turkey’s history (blamed on privatisation of Turkish mines). An unknown number of people are still trapped. Prime Minister Erdogan, already unpopular, said ‘These things happen’. Massive protests and … Continue reading

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UK: Chartism and a Sense of Working Class History

We are probably all aware of the horrific conditions which our ancestors worked under, and of the way in which they were exploited and oppressed so that the wealth of the ruling class of our country could grow. But the … Continue reading

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SPAIN: The People’s Struggle and the Role of Adolfo Suárez

Adolfo Suárez González (1932–2014) was a Spanish lawyer and politician. He was Spain’s first democratically elected prime minister after Franco’s dictatorship, and the key figure in the country’s transition to ‘democracy’. Born into a rural, middle class Catholic family, he … Continue reading

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