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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #237 - Contents + Editorial (fr, pt) [machine translation]

Date Mon, 03 Mar 2014 17:00:36 +0200


Spot-lights: The Socialist Party Parrot MEDEF; Mory Ducros; Union Front against the extreme right; Trélazé, La République du Centre; CGT Ecosocialism; Movimento; Appeal against racism and fascism; Islamophobia; Abortion rights , Gender and Fascism; Prisons and freedom; There are 220 years: The Terror ---- Editorial - Running gag ---- -Full-lights: The Socialist Party, Parrot MEDEF ---- - Government bosses Mory Ducros: Case study of employers' strategy ---- Struggles ---- - Unions: Trade Union Front against the extreme right Trélazé: We do not want to pay slate La République du Centre: The daily struggle unionism: CGT loses the north ---- Ecology ---- - Ecosocialism: See the green revolution in European meetings ecosocialism: Towards a European network Ecosocialist Agriculture: Sowing the struggle reap victory ---- Debate ---- - Perspective: Anti-Semitic threat Perspective: Freedom of expression ... but still?

International
- Movimento Passe Livre in Brazil: The bus, not the galley

Fascism
- Interview with Marco Sazzetti (ex-UTCL) on the rightward political life in the 1980s.

Antiracism
- Appeal against Racism and Fascism: A call more than symbolic Islamophobia: Ten years of construction of the "Muslim problem"

Antipatriarcat
- Abortion rights: Women in the world with the Spanish Gender and Fascism: The Far Right intoxicating, parents raving anti-patriarchal dict: What is "gender studies"?

Anticarcéral
- Prisons and Freedom: Our love for freedom is stronger than your walls Testimony of inmate France Prisons, prisoners of the world

History
- There are 220 years: The Terror against the people's revolution

Culture
- Book: Christophe Darmangeat, Primitive communism is no longer what it was ... The origins of women's oppression
- Music: Archie Shepp Attica Blues
- Book: Marco Candore, Real Star
- Classic subversion: Gaston Leval, Spain libertarian 1936-1939


Editorial AL March: PS-MEDEF, the running gag

At a time when some comic no longer laugh big world, it is good to return to safe values, as we demonstrated this year President.

Launching in January his gag of "counterparties" employers in exchange for his gift of $ 35 billion, Francois Hollande was sure of his. But having managed to laugh all France, who would have thought that the buzz affect the United States? And thanks to the boss of bosses, Pierre Gattaz, which was beginning Feb. 10 a ping-pong transatlantic Jean-Marc Ayrault (the president had left Holland to Paris, as he strutted to the States ), "not counterparties "," course if counterparties ", etc.. Admire the way the high level of political debate!

Without reducing the merit of our president, it should be noted that the gag counterparties is not new. There is even an air of plagiarism ... Pierre Gattaz to believe that would have blown the idea to the president. Indeed, in 1986, Gattaz father (Yvon), previously boss of bosses, who had promised to create 471,000 jobs specifically in exchange for the repeal by the Chirac government administrative authorization for dismissal.

The argument is admirable: "Let us dismiss easily, it will create lots of jobs!" At that time already, in a country that officially had "only" 2.2 million unemployed people, the blow of 471,000 jobs had been convulsed with laughter throughout France. But who dares to tell the government that the shortest jokes are the best?

Libertarian Alternative, March 1, 2014
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