From the Condor Operation to FTAA : globalization and state terrorism
For wishing a more just and society in solidarity, educator Martin Armada was considered by the Stroessner dictatorship as a subversive and an “intellectual terrorist”. As thousands of students, educators, intellectuals […]
Latin America in Perspective: Between Successes and New Challenges
After the lost decades of the 1980s and 1990s that saw Latin America falling into extreme poverty, mass unemployment and the explosion of public debt, the continent has since raised […]
- 10 Mar 2015
What should we do regarding the « post Charlie » national unity?
In 2010, Saïd Bouamama co-writed the book « Fuck France » with Saidou from the ZEP group. After its release, an extreme right-wing association pressed charges for incitement to discrimination, hatred or […]
THE FIRST BITTER FRUITS OF NATIONAL UNITY Wars, Fears, Humiliations, Surveillance
The great demonstration Je suis Charlie on January 11, 2015 was celebrated by the media, the government, and the near-majority of the political class as a symbol of “national unity” […]
The attack against Charlie Hebdo : a political and media blank out of the causes, the consequences and the stakes
The attack against the weekly satirical paper will stand out in our contemporary history. The question is to know in which direction and with what consequences. In the present context […]
Massacre of Black people by « democratic rebels » – Investig’Action had met the victims.
The Associated Press coldly announced the massacre of a group of Black people who were settled in a camp in front of the Libyan official residence. Dozens of dead bodies […]
- Analysis and testimonies
- 22 Aug 2011
Londen brandt, de Beurs verzuipt, de werkloosheid ontspoort. Oplossing? Bombardeer Libië!
In Londen steken wanhopige jongeren huizen en winkels in brand. Enkele kilometers verder zijn mensen die miljarden hebben vergaard op de Beurs wanhopig bij het idee dat ze wat minder […]
Obama, Sarkozy, how many children did you kill this night ?
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Was the United States government involved in 9/11?
On 1 May 2011, eighty U.S. Special Forces commandos executed Osama bin Laden in his hideaway in Pakistan. There were demonstrations of joy in New York when Barack Obama announced […]
- Analysis and testimonies
- 14 Apr 2011
Libya in face of humanitarian imperialism. An interview with Jean Bricmont.
Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan : have the advocates of intervention in Libya not learnt the lesson? Jean Bricmont, who wrote a book about humanitarian imperialism, tells us why the right to […]