Category Archives: 2011

Happy Anti-War Day! The weapons must be silent!

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/09/01/18851872.php Happy Anti-War Day! The weapons must be silent! by Otto Konig and Richard Detje The DGB (the German alliance of unions) and its member unions, an important voice in the German peace movement, commemorate the barbaric consequences of war … Continue reading

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The story of the empty pot and the subtle violence of storytelling

www.krisis.org The story of the empty pot and the subtle violence of storytelling by Andreas Mauz [This article posted on 7/8/2022 is translated from the German on the Internet, Die Geschichte vom leeren Topf und die subtile Gewalt des Erzählens.] … Continue reading

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Spiral downward and No exit!

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/28/18851761.php Spiral downward and No exit! by Claus Peter Ortlieb and Herbert Bottcher The austerity dictates imposed on the Eurozone are only exacerbating the crisis they are supposed to be fighting. In all economies under the thumb of the “troika” … Continue reading

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The necessary breach and Rackets and Rockets

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/24/18851704.php The necessary breach and Rackets and Rockets by Tomasz Konicz The climate movement should not be afraid of being accused of radicalism. Given the civilization-threatening dimensions of the climate crisis, it is a matter of sheer collective will to … Continue reading

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The war cannot be won – Luxemburg journal, July 2022

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/22/18851670.php The war cannot be won by Luxemburg journal, July 2022 NATO has propped up dictatorships in its own sphere of influence. It has covered up or condoned wars in which crimes against humanity have been committed. What is happening … Continue reading

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White men’s war

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/18/18851628.php Indian writer and essayist Pankaj Mishra stressed, “The antiquated Cold War model of thinking – democracy versus autocracy, as U.S. President Joe Biden says – is misleading. It gives the impression that there are only these two power blocs. … Continue reading

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Opportunity instead of crises and End the Madness!

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/16/18851601.php Opportunity instead of crises and End this madness! by Urs P Gasche and Yanis Varoufakis Almost no one asks what an economic policy looks like that no longer subordinates everything to economic growth: How to reduce the debt mountain … Continue reading

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Hiroshima is everywhere. The never-ending struggle

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/10/18851510.php Hiroshima is everywhere – Or: The never-ending struggle Hiroshima after the atomic bombing by Leo Ensel Hiroshima showed: Man is capable of wiping out all life on Earth. A world without nuclear weapons must be our goal. [This article … Continue reading

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The Unbroken: Evo Morales

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/06/18851425.php Recent events give hope for a resurgence of the left on the continent. Morales points to recent electoral victories in Peru, Chile, Colombia, as well as Lula’s soon expected return to the Brazilian presidency. “These times are coming again,” … Continue reading

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Negotiating to End the Ukraine War isn’t Appeasement

https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2022/08/04/18851396.php Negotiating to End the Ukraine War isn’t Appeasement by Charles A. Kupchan A negotiated end to the conflict is the right goal — and one that needs to arrive sooner rather than later. Ukraine likely lacks the combat power … Continue reading

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