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South Africa: Capitalism, Anti-Capitalism and Popular Organisation Part 1 & 2 [Booklets]

In South Africa over the last few years we have seen many struggles within workplaces and communities. A feature of these struggles, however, has been the difficulty in maintaining and building organisations that are long-lasting and that are also inclusive and participatory. In these struggles, new layers of activists have emerged.

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Grazia Tanta: The financial system, the first global dictator – 1

The effects of capitalism result from its logic of infinite growth for the value created, taking the production of useful goods and services for Humanity as a subsequent and not the central objective. At the top of the decisions are intelligent evildoers and ambitious imbeciles whose only aim is to create value, in the case of so-called entrepreneurs or, to raise GDP in the case of political classes. 

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Class War 11/2020: Capitalism Kills – Class struggle in times of Plague Inc.

CLASS WAR’s new bulleytin: Class struggle in times of Plague Inc. Weeks and Months that Shook the World. “War against the virus” is the continuation of the permanent war waged against us.

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The State and the political mediation – The functioning of a control society

The comrades of Grazia Tanta have send us this piece about the state and political mediation.

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Note on Boredom

Again and again Achim Szepanski publishes great stuff on Non Copyriot. We translated his piece “Note on Boredom”. We ask you to forgive us possible minor translation errors, it wasn’t easy to translate this text.

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#UK (& beyond…): The real enemy

UK. London. Regents Park in London contains probably the richest street in the city. Many of the mansions here are said to be ‘worth’ £165 million. Many of these large properties are empty, while just a mile away people are left to sleep in doorways.

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Kutuzov: For a destituent strategy today

“Even those who denounce the permanent state of emergency do not hesitate to repeat the same slogans, to make the same appeals as the “decision-makers”, who now work shamelessly and in the open for the “Great Restoration”… . However, “To live up to the event today, in this human world that we now know to be finished, does this not call instead for doing nothing, for radicalising our imposed inactivity?”

Stéphane Hervé and Luca Salza
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