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(en) Czech, afed: Streets of sugar -- Review of Radical Left Leaf for Youth. [machine translation]

Date Tue, 7 Aug 2018 08:46:50 +0300


At this year's Anarchist Book Festival , the Czech version of the German radically leftist magazine Sugar Street was first introduced . This title has been published in Germany since 2009 and TOP B3rlin *, a magazine called the "Non-Gospel Communist Group", has a major share in it. The leaflet is targeted at young people in particular and tries to make clear, as far as possible, the key points of their agenda. The Czech version is a sort of selection of texts from earlier German original texts. One of the goals in the editorial is to "bring the themes and perspectives that are part of this debate in Germany into the Czech Radical Left context." ---- But there are several hitchhikes here. Even though Czech publishers are trying to put semtam into the texts, they still feel that they are originally written especially for the German environment. It is beneficial for each article to be a reference to literature that deals with the topic in any way. In the Czech environment, however, it will be very difficult to understand the fact that, as an alternative to everything, communism is presented, and the word is too often repeated. Whether the authors think self-evidently and explain the difference between their vision and "real socialism," they boycott their efforts for clarity for people not touched by similar ideas in an environment where the term communism generally has completely different connotations and is completely different. That article explaining the difference between communism sounds like a discovery of the wrong path and failure, although it was clear in the 1st International that the authoritarian communism will lead.

The journal deals with topics of work , culture , self-organization , revolution , state and nation, Marx's theory, genderor inequalities in education. If the attentive reader accepts the criticism of the state and the nation, which are "exemplary expressions of the shit of this world," and taking his appeal for critical thinking and the need to learn from political experience, he will be very confused from the last text. This one kills everything that has been said before. From the despised nations and nations, one suddenly appears to us as untouchable, and in the form of utterly absurd argumentation, his criticism is almost taboo. If you oppose the occupation of Palestine by Israel, you find yourself in this logic at the level of Hezbollah and suicide bombers. And even if we had to cough up the nation, if you are Germans, you have to take away the sins of your grandparents without interference.

Despite the abovementioned complaints, the Sugar Street is highly recommended. And you can take the final text as a test of whether you have read the previous ones carefully.

32 pages. Download at https://nerasismu.noblogs.org/files/2018/05/ulice_z_cukrufinweb.pdf

https://www.afed.cz/text/6863/ulice-z-cukru
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