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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL September 2017 - Content + Editorial (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Sun, 10 Sep 2017 10:06:31 +0300

Labor legislation XXL ; Decrease in assisted contracts ; Vocational education ; Civil service ; Macron ; Right to abortion ; "The Utopians" ; Bure ; Nicolas Hulot ; Paris 2024 ; Olympic Games ; Notre-Dame-des-Landes ; Venezuela ; Chavista ; Peace process in the Basque Country ; 120 beats per minute ; I'm not your negro ; CFDT ---- Editorial: Sermons or Revolution ---- Spotlight: Social re-entry ---- Labor law XXL: First round of a long battle ---- Decrease in assisted contracts: Assos in the viewfinder ---- Civil service: Officials fined ---- Vocational education: High schools in the service of the boss ---- Politics ---- Analysis: What is Macron the offspring ? ---- Antipatriarchate ---- Right to Abortion: Europe mobilizes on 28 September ---- Syndicalism ---- Review: think the struggle with "The Utopians" ---- Ecology ---- Bure: Why the state is so anxious to break the protest

Nicolas Hulot's nuclear policy: the headlong rush
Paris 2024: the chips are down, nothing goes
Olympic Games: It always slips
Notre-Dame-des-Landes: What future for the ZAD ?

" Boligarchy " in Venezuela: Chavista against pro-Washington oligarchy
Social movements in Venezuela: Trade unionism autonomous or domesticated by the State ?
Anarchist movement: Libertarian intervention remains to be invented
Basque Country: A peace process but not at all costs

Film: «120 beats per minute» by Robin Campilo
Documentary: «I'm not your negro» by Raoul Peck

Forty years ago: Witch-hunting in the CFDT

Editorial: Sermons or Revolution ?

The monarch complained that the French "hate reforms ." He gets angry and takes the air of a parent recalling his rebellious children to add that " we have to explain to them ". Thus speaks the one whose election owes everything to the circumstances and who is nevertheless preparing to destroy what remains of the social gains enjoyed by the greatest number.

The reality is that this novlangue preaches only for the small clique of bandits who rule this country and whose arrogance will eventually pay off. For these infantilizing sermons are but a modern variant of the invitation made a few centuries ago to the hungry without bread to eat the brioche. This time some heads had fallen.

Today no one needs explanation because everyone knows what is going on and that circus has been going on for far too long. Those who work, study, galley in this country are fully aware of social realities. It is from this consciousness that the refusal is born. And it is long since the sermons, the foreign languages of a world of cloistered haves, no longer reach them.

The period which is opening might confirm this fact: if the people of France or elsewhere really hate the reforms, it is because, at the bottom of their conscience, they are hoping for a revolution.

Alternative Libertaire, the 1 st September 2017

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