From Casa Pound to Anders Behring Breivik: Looking at recent developments in European fascism

12Oct11

Interesting looking event at the forthcoming Anarchist Bookfair in London on 22 October:

5.00pm to 6.00pm
From Casa Pound to Anders Behring Breivik: Looking at recent developments in European fascism
From black-bloc autonomist nationalists in Germany to ‘third millennium fascist’ squatters in Italy to suit-wearing Nazis in Sweden, the last twenty years has seen huge developments and shifts in the Neo-fascist scene. No longer can Nazis be simply identified by shaved heads, Swastikas and steel-capped boots. Some are even turning to Gramsci, Lenin and international anti-imperialist struggles for inspiration. Paul Hull, a veteran anti-fascist and trade unionist of over ten years in Sweden will discuss the evolution of Neo-Nazi theories and tactics in Northern Europe and will offer suggestions on how the modern militant anti-fascist movement can adapt to these changes.

Co-organised by: Irish, English and Swedish Anti-Fascists

Other events:

The History of Value  4.00pm to 5.00pm
A critical theory in 2011 Organised by: Principia Dialectica

Red Rosa and the Arab Spring 4.00pm to 5.00pm
Any revolutionary movement needs both spontaneity and organisation, the how can these apparent opposites be combined successfully? As the popular uprisings of 2011 bring this question to the fore once again, we will examine the ideas of Rosa Luxembury (1871 – 1919) and Raya Dunayevskaya (1910 – 1987). Organised by: Hobgoblin

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3 Responses to “From Casa Pound to Anders Behring Breivik: Looking at recent developments in European fascism”


  1. 1 Organise! « Poumista
  2. 2 The Big Neo-Nazi Crib « Anti-National Translation
  3. 3 Looking back at 2011 « Anti-National Translation

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