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(en) France, Courant Alternatif CA #229 April 2013 - SUMMARY + EDITORIAL (fr)[machine translation]
Sun, 07 Apr 2013 13:48:53 +0300
SUMMARY ---- EDITORIAL PAGE 3 ---- Workers of the Country ... ---- PAGE 4 Notes on the
strike of PSA Aulnay sous Bois ---- ECONOMY ---- PAGE 5 What crisis? ---- FOOD ---- PAGE 8
Chevalgate: a cooperative in the back kitchens of the food industry. ---- RELIGION ----
PAGE 12 Political Islam ---- BIG BROTHER PAGE 26 ---- FEMINISM PAGE 18 What's new with the
new feminism? ---- PAGE 22 Book - "feminism and anti-militarism" ---- RACISM ---- PAGE 23
Islamophobia in France - Sainte secularism pray for us! ---- READ A PAGE 26 ---- BRIEF
PAGE 27 ---- PLANNING PAGE 28 NDDL - After the dialogue ... castagne!? ---- INTERNATIONAL
---- PAGE 29 Kurds: "the greatest people in the world without states" ---- PAGE 32 of Act
assimilation Kemalist ---- EDITORIAL ---- Here as elsewhere, the social and political
revolution remains to be done!
A good war, what a good idea in times of crisis of capitalism. Our General Holland and his
faithful aide-de camps, Mr. Jean-Marc Ayrault decided to send our great army "colonial" to
the reconquest of threatened Mali. The famous phrase "here is France," is a good summary
of this beautiful France-Africa thought to be dead with Sarkozy. This imperialist war in
Mali is in line with the policy followed by the former president: liberalization of the
Malian economy, supporting an authoritarian and plunder resources.
For social democrats, politician logic is simple: war can wash problems through collective
amnesia and garner dough. What's better than external threat against an enemy "in the
shadows" to weld the nation and reassure the bourgeoisie.
Unfortunately for our two friends, we are no longer the last century and the old refrain
of the sacred union seems less audible to many. The minions of power and other journalists
bazaar, we have beautiful moons to believe the reality of the contradictions of capital
are still there.
Unemployment, precariousness and explosion layoffs have not disappeared from everyday life.
Similarly, the revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East, the bourgeoisie thought
buried back on the front of the stage. Thus, the proletariat in Egypt continues to
mobilize to challenge the new government in place. Proponents of the religious find
themselves in a situation insoluble social issues.
With the revolution in Syria is the issue of a Kurdish state becomes increasingly hot and
it is not the killing of activists in Berlin or Paris, most likely instigated by the
Turkish military which will stop the turmoil in the Middle East.
These regions are at the crossroads of a path and it may well be that the "great light in
the East" is stoked by a Muslim proletariat that was said the story that emerged from our
good bourgeois racist.
For us, this is the ZAD and struggles against unnecessary work which crystallize tensions.
But not only because strikes are always there with the explosion of social plans.
Faced with this the bourgeoisie as a whole, taken in its logic of accumulation shows fangs
to save her beloved capitalism break strikes by force as in Athens, divide the proletariat
playing on religious differences and fear Islam, murdering leaders whenever possible
example of the Kurds or South African workers.
As we can see, things do not change and the only possible direction for the proponents of
the order is forging ahead. Anyway, no other way is possible to save the capital.
Yet every thing to an end and it is likely that gaps, more strong, that create social
movements eventually turn the tide. The social revolution is still relevant!
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