L’occupation massive des places publiques rappelle évidemment les Indignés d’Espagne, « Occupy Wall Street » aux Etats-Unis et l’occupation de la place Syntagma à Athènes. Tous ces mouvements ont eu lieu en 2011, dans la foulée de l’explosion révolutionnaire en Egypte, où l’occupation de la Place Tahrir avait joué un rôle central. (photo: Nuit Debout Paris)
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The English Revolution: the world turned upside down – part sixteenle 7. août 2020 à 10:01
With the death of King Charles and the defeat of the Presbyterian counter revolution, Oliver Cromwell moved to crush the most radical wing of the New Model Army. With the Last Stand of the Levellers in 1649 and the suppression of the Diggers, the English Revolution as a popular struggle for freedom and democracy died. However, these courageous class fighters planted the seeds of the modern socialist movement, which battles on to this day.
In case you missed it: catch up on Marxist University!le 7. août 2020 à 9:03
International Marxist University saw four incredibly successful days of political discussion and revolutionary optimism (read our full report here). If you weren't able to attend, or want to relive your favourite moments, we've included videos of all the sessions below. We have now also included audio files with the translation breaks removed.
Israel: overthrow Netanyahu and the whole capitalist system!le 6. août 2020 à 11:48
Starting on 14 July, Bastille day, protests by thousands of Israeli youth and workers have been shaking the Israeli regime. While with every new demonstration, more anti-Netanyahu protesters joined (the last one was attended by 10,000-15,000). Far-right counter protests could only mobilise between five and 500 people. Here, we publish a report by one of our supporters from Jerusalem which we received a week ago, followed by an analysis by Franz Rieger.