Category Archives: 2011

Rethinking the State and Rent Madness

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2023/01/04/18853674.php The right to housing for everyone must be understood as a public challenge and presupposes the de-commodification of the housing supply, a democratization of urban policy, and breach with the real estate exploitation coalition.  Rethinking the State by Hartmut … Continue reading

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Reflection on the Political Crisis and Right-wing Populism

https://la.indymedia.org/news/2023/01/301354.php Reflections on the Political Crisis and Right-wing Populism by Frank Deppe and Dieter Boris, 2019 Reflections on the character of the political crisis by Frank Deppe [This article posted in March 2019 is translated from the German on the … Continue reading

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Astonishment. The Beginning and End of Theology

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/12/28/18853626.php Debt relief is absolutely essential. Making persons morally liable who are materially in debt is a mistake. Condemning the helpless and broken is completely wrong. They urgently need help. Forgiveness of material debts and moral offenses is one and … Continue reading

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The Humor of Jesus by M Batko, W Meyer and K Chavent

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/12/24/18853574.php THE HUMOR OF JESUS by Marc Batko After much meditation and reflection, I firmly believe that Jesus made fun of individualism and profit-oriented economic systems. Winning people to trust the infinite, invisible and transcendent God was surely his central … Continue reading

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The Prince of Hell and Peace in Ukraine is possible

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/12/21/18853532.php There is little truth in war. If you want to survive, any means must necessarily be acceptable. In this scenario, lying is not a sin, not something to be outlawed, but simply an option to achieve one’s own goals. … Continue reading

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Critique of religion and market religion and Post-colonialism

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/12/18/18853481.php Critique of religion as critique of fetishism is a critique of earthly gods, which are false gods. “Man is the highest being for man.” Marx develops it further in other words and formulates his idea of the liberation of … Continue reading

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War in Ukraine. Nato taboos fall, 12/13/2022

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/12/16/18853438.php U.S. Anti-War War in Ukraine. Nato taboos fall by R Bathon, H Neuber, P Fess & R Streck This military-scientific glorification of a war that has long been hopeless for both sides, which is also supported by some media, … Continue reading

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“Free Julian Assange!” say Latin American leftist leaders

https://multipolarista.substack.com/p/free-assange-latin-america-left ‘Free Julian Assange!’ say Latin America’s leftist leaders: Lula, AMLO, Petro, Maduro, Ortega, Kirchner, Evo, Zelaya Latin America’s leftist presidents are leading the campaign to free Julian Assange. The WikiLeaks journalist has support in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, … Continue reading

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How critical journalists are muzzled in Europe

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/12/10/18853366.php Besides the case of Julian Assange, the case of the Basque Pablo González has stood out for almost a year now. Poland wants to keep him in solitary confinement for at least a year without presenting any evidence for … Continue reading

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The geopolitical confrontation between China and the West and Peace logic

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/12/06/18853294.php The geopolitical confrontation between China and the West and Peace logic by Karin Kulow and Jurgen Scheffran The main issue is monopolarity or multipolarity. And this also raises the question of geopolitical hegemony. In other words, whether Western interests … Continue reading

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