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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #226 - Read Mogniss H. Abdallah "Put up, here we come!" (fr) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 02 May 2013 09:15:24 +0200


Mogniss H. Abdallah recounts in his latest book, published by Libertalia, construction and development of popular movements against racist crimes and the development of the ideology of security in cities. This book, well documented and enriched with photographs, does not dwell on the dark list of victims of the police, fascism and "rednecks", all driven by the same logic. It develops a reflection on the structural dimension of the violence, and analyzes the emergence of a new hatred (racism "anti-youth"), which will complicate the relations of domination racist work in the neighborhoods. This domination will be strengthened by justice, by establishing virtual impunity for the killers of young people and inhabitants of neighborhoods, reinforces the sense of a "two-tiered justice" that will encourage young people to " go beyond weeping and action . "

Most importantly, the interest of the work lies in the storytelling and the detailed analysis of self-organization solidarity movements around a dual purpose: the recognition and repair by the state of crimes, and wider social justice in neighborhoods. Movements that are created are aware of the overlapping social issues, and act on the spatial relegation, the problems of housing and school issues as well as on police harassment. Besides walking beurs, are the many local initiatives and their gradual convergence towards a national movement that are reported. First concerts RAP (Rock Against Police) in the creation of the National Association of victims of racist crime and security, and the birth of the Movement of immigration and suburbs, the author sheds light on the difficulties of building a movement: distance associations, isolation from political parties and unions often hostile, difficulty in reaching a wide audience ... especially tension between temptation to reform the institution and more radical positions in the streets or the courts. While hate crimes continue with impunity, fighting recounted here echo our current struggles, and give us food for thought by reminding us all that challenges their limitations.

Clem (commission racist)

• Mogniss H. Abdallah, Sheathe, here we come! , Libertalia, 2012, 140 pages, 12 euros.
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