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…asks Benjamin Weinthal. Photos of the “Berlin against Hamas” counterdemonstration here.

The site subscription for Contested Terrain has elapsed and the site is dead, hopefully temporarily. Here is the last frontpage from   Antisemitism in the syndicalist tradition September 24th, 2012 | bobfrombrockley Newly uploaded to Libcom: Anti-Jewish trends in French revolutionary syndicalism [pdf]: Edmund Silberner on antisemitism among some key figures of the syndicalist movement […]

From Eurozine, by Charles Postel: En/PDF The Occupy movement resembles nineteenth-century American populism in its anger at the avarice of bankers and financiers and in its notions of majoritarian democracy. Where it differs from the old Populists is in its attitude to the state, writes Charles Postel. In the late nineteenth century, the telecommunications revolution […]

It’s that time of year again.  It will be on Saturday  27th October  From 10am to 7pm at Queen Mary’s, University of London on the Mile End Road. Here some ANT  suggestions. Equality – a bad idea 12 noon – 1pm Room 3.22 Equality, fairness and justice are widely appreciated not only in the democratic mainstream but also among […]

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Sonia Gable on David Icke: I was surprised to read the Daily Mail’s recent article about David Icke’s bitter divorce battle. It wasn’t the fact that his wife has left him: how any woman can stay with a man who believes the world is secretly ruled by a race of alien lizards is beyond me. Grounds […]

Here’s what 2011 looked like here. Top posts The Hitler youth hairstyle Suicide bomber chic Zog not keynmol: Yiddish partisan march The anti-imperialism of idiots: Libya and Egypt About Clarification: Anti-Germanism, Bahamas, the English Defence League, and the Gates of Vienna Black bloc From Casa Pound to Anders Behring Breivik: Looking at recent developments in […]

An Introduction to the Three Volumes of Karl Marx’s Capital by Michael Heinrich ISBN-13: 978-1-58367-288-4 Cloth (ISBN-13: 978-1-58367-289-1) Forthcoming in June 2012 The global economic crisis and recession that began in 2008 had at least one unexpected outcome: a surge in sales of Karl Marx’s Capital. Although mainstream economists and commentators once dismissed Marx’s work as outmoded and flawed, some […]

Catching up with Entdinglichung, back since the end of September from a long summer break from blogging. Here is some of the great stuff you’ll find there. ein Artikel auf Support Kurds in Syria: The Stateless Kurds of Syria „… In 1962, the then Syrian government executed an irregular, single-day census in al-Hassake – the province with […]



How to represent a history of the octopus as a figure of capitalist world documentation without mentioning antisemitism.