Monthly Archives: April 2014

Utopian Dreamers

Great essay. I made this comment at the website: Thanks to A.J. for this extraordinary essay. It isn’t every day that we read an homage to utopianism, let alone from a Marxist. There is much more good than bad here, … Continue reading

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The Strong Are Only Strong Because We Live on Our Knees

Well it’s a little more cmplicated than that, but part of the problem is our eternal willingness to acquiesce. The author is grinding his/her axe, but Uber is a perfect example of bourgeois decadence. http://seattlefreepress.org/2014/04/27/the-strong-are-only-strong-because-we-live-on-our-knees/

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Forty Years Later, From Dictatorship to Neoliberalism. Portugal as a Model for a New Socialism?

I liked this very much. http://www.globalresearch.ca/forty-years-later-from-dictatorship-to-neoliberalism-portugal-as-a-model-for-a-new-socialism/5379159

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100 years ago: the Ludlow massacre

http://talkingunion.wordpress.com/2014/04/20/100-years-ago-the-ludlow-massacre/

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Didacticide Update: Postmodern Dereliction in the Face of Neoliberal Education Policy

http://www.heathwoodpress.com/postmodern-dereliction-face-neoliberal-education-policy/

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Video: Sibel Edmonds On The Charade In The Ukraine

As I have said in this space, what is going on in the Ukraine is a prearranged partition, and the rancorous exchanges between Russia and the US are for public consumption, both publics. A strong, indpendent Ukraine is something neither … Continue reading

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Red Star Over Africa Update

China eyes the Congo River New development projects along the Congo River are bound to restore colonialist structures and looting of resources in the DRC. These will benefit elite companies and countries, but fail to prioritise poverty and access by … Continue reading

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