The Hanau slaughter: The madness of the far right
- Marco Bascetta
Commentary. Germany has a serious problem, long underestimated, which is taking the form of a neo-Nazi insurgency, not without inroads among law enforcement personnel and the army.
This time, it was not Germany’s far east, ...
A victory over Sweden's colonialism: the Supreme Court’s ruling on Girjas community’s right to their own land
- Jenni Laiti - Florian Carl
A recent court verdict could affect Indigenous rights in Sweden and beyond.
In late January, the Indigenous Saami reindeer-herding community, Girjas, won a significant legal battle against the Swedish state. The Swedish Supreme Court legally recognised ...
Appeal from Germany: 'Release Julian Assange from prison'
- Various Authors - Versch. Autoren -Muhtelif Yazarlar-مؤلفون مُتنوِّعون - نویسندگان مختلف
On 6 February, Günter Wallraff (investigative journalist), Sigmar Gabriel (former Federal Foreign Minister), Gerhart Baum (former Federal Minister of the Interior) and Sevim Dagdelen (MP) presented the appeal "Release Julian Assange from ...
The Federal Assembly Speech; Putin vows to rein in capitalism and shore up sovereignty
- Mike Whitney مایک ویتنی
Western elites and their lackeys in the media despise Russian president Vladimir Putin and they make no bones about it. The reasons for this should be fairly obvious. Putin has rolled back US ambitions in Syria and Ukraine, aligned himself with ...
Livorno against war: no weapons in the port!
- Rassegna sindacale
After the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani, war winds rise in the Middle East. The US military base Camp Darby between Livorno and Pisa is the largest weapons depot outside the US. CGIL, ANPI and ARCI* call for mobilization
There is ...
Macron’s ‘Uberization’ pension model odd: jobbing can’t provide a salary, how can it provide a pension?
- Ramin Mazaheri رامین مظاهری
“We designed this system for the younger generations, those who will have to face professional mobility, geographical mobility and herky-jerky careers.”
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe at the unveiling of what aims to be the world’ ...
‘I’m slowly dying here’: ‘Sedated’ Assange tells friend during Christmas Eve call from UK prison as health concerns mount
Julian Assange sounded like a shell of the man he once was during a Christmas Eve phone call, British journalist Vaughan Smith told RT, noting the WikiLeaks founder had trouble speaking and appeared to be drugged.
Julian Assange sounded like a shell ...
Destroyed by appeasing his enemies: The Shakespearean tragedy of Jeremy Corbyn
- Neil Clark
The Jeremy Corbyn project has ended in tears with an utterly demoralising general election defeat for Labour, but it could – and should – have been very different if only Corbyn had trusted his own instincts.
There is a distinctly Shakespearean ...
The most dangerous political party in Europe
- Gilad Atzmon جيلاد أتزمون گيلاد آتزمون
The Brits cast their votes. They had a choice between nationalist - hard capitalism and a socialist manifesto that promised a four day workweek, free broadband, free higher education, saving the NHS and equality ahead. The election results couldn’ ...
Corbyn’s defeat has slain the left’s last illusion
- Jonathan Cook جونثان كوك
This was an election of two illusions.
The first helped persuade much of the British public to vote for the very epitome of an Eton toff, a man who not only has shown utter contempt for most of those who voted for him but has spent a lifetime barely ...