Revolt in the Aegean Sea
How the fear of some and the discontent of others led the islanders as a whole to join into the struggle by making the migrants’ demands their own
Blood and debt
The pockets of war are expanding, the global arsenals are widening and the tensions between powers are worsening at the pace of the difficulties of global capital. And do they expect us to close ranks with “our” national capital, which reserves more misery and militarism for us every day?
The scenario that is being drawn is that of a generalization of the frictions between states feeding internal “civil conflicts”, generally led by sectors of the discontented or drifting petty bourgeoisie (Hong Kong, Catalonia, Chile, Lebanon…). For the workers this means that the “popular revolts” are becoming increasingly mined land.
“Popular” revolts and their limits
The week has been marked by the impact… and the global political stalemate of the revolts.