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(en) France, Alternative Libertair monthly Jun 2012
Thu, 07 Jun 2012 10:56:18 +0300
Contents ---- Editorial ---- State of grace? ---- Spotlight ---- Redial: right and
extreme right to take towns Identitaires: the pink city bleeds Greece: policing racist
near Frankfurt: Punishment for anti-austerity ---- Strife ---- Louvre Hotels Group: ----
unity in strike unit in victory ---- Unionism ---- Dutch Presidency: do not give in trust
Dico capitalist: what libertarian communism? ---- Secondary education: the SNES mired in
social dialogue Chronicles of alienated labor: "I do not know what is happening"
-- International ---- Bludgeon law in Quebec: the government panic --- Antipatriarcat --
Reading: Back to a materialist feminism ---- Central insert: the program of the Fair to
Self-Management ---- Ecology ---- Total deposit of Elgin: a tragic headlong threatened
ecosystem: the sandman passes, passes away the dune Nuclear: sabotage the line THT!
Interview with Gregory Chambat "a school of the people "
Symposium on secularism: a fight still relevant
30 years ago: June 1982 - the left in power converts to the "rigor"
Far right: "Understanding the Empire, where Alain Soral Theatre: Palestine Hotel Falk
Richter, directed by JC Fall Education: Learning to disobey Chambat of G and L Biberfeld
Classics of subversion : Angela Davis Women, Race and Class
In this section:
Editorial state of grace?
Greece Police racist proximity
Dutch presidency must not succumb to the trust
Back to reading a materialist feminism
Interview with Gregory Chambat (CNT) "A school of the people"
Editorial state of grace?
The newly elected president has appointed his new government ... and all this looks very
"normal." For any immediate change, said government announces return to two / three
previous decrees, some of which were enacted in haste (see it on the teacher evaluation).
Of course not. The new rulers are the successors of the old time managers sociologically
linked to the ruling class. And manage capitalism is also promoting social dialogue to
defuse any militancy and working people. Premier Ayrault has invited the trade unions and
employers to come and discuss chewing the fat with him. Some go there a light heart, sure
to have the ear of power friend: bulk, the MEDEF, the CFDT, the CGPME, UNSA ...
Together they want to focus on the logic of contract between management and labor. Others
are outraged: "len contract is less than the law represents the will of the people and not
In our case, in a class society, the law as the contract remains in any case lower than
the balance of power! For those who really want "change", only action counts. We have no
status with respect, it is now that we will lay the groundwork for future social
confrontations. We do not dialogue with the employers (whether private or public) is
Libertarian Alternative - June 2012
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