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Greece: Back to the Future of Austerity and Debtocracy!

The SYRIZA-ANEL made a deal with the creditors, signed in May 2, that was met with a great deal of enthusiasm from the markets. It is an agreement that will increase poverty and over-indebtedness in Greece, and will deal a blow to the country’s sovereign rights. 863 more words


Deceit, Betrayal and the Left: The ‘Traitor of the Year Award’

By James Petras :: 04.30.2017


While the Right faithfully supports the policies and interests of its ruling class supporters, the Left has systematically betrayed their political platform promises and deceived its working class, salaried employees, small business and regional supporters.

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Why the troika and Syriza must remove Greece’s debt roadblocks together

Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras answers questions in parliament, 10 February 2017

Image: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

19 Apr 2017

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Cutting emissions isn’t enough, we need to start removing carbon from the atmosphere…

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Syriza: Merrymaking while in Opposition Follymaking while in Government

The following was written at the beginning of July, 2015. It is republished on this blog for the purpose of showing the inimitable economic and socio-political damage that a leftist cabal of arrivistes had done to the country. 1,027 more words


Μίκης Θεοδωράκης: Ό,τι και να γίνει το Χάρο τον έχω νικήσει...

Παράξενη η ζωή και τα παιχνίδια που σου φτιάχνει. Έως το 1962 ο Μίκης Θεοδωράκης είχε αναμετρηθεί με τον Χάρο και είχε βγει νικητής. Τότε όμως έγραψε και μελοποίησε τα «Περβόλια». Και μετά πάλι κονταροχτυπήθηκε με τον Χάρο. Και πάλι νικητής.


Reasons for the Anarchist Resurgence

By the way, this isn’t a all-out academic, philosophical treatise or anything, just some quick thoughts on why, in my opinion, it is so.

Also, bear in mind I love writing “I” in papers without having the professors breathing around, slapping my hand. 502 more words

On Young and Precariat Workers

Above photo taken by Mary Finch

Below is an editted version of my contribution to the discussion on British Perspectives at the Socialist Party’s March 2017 National Congress: 815 more words

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