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J. Sakai

The Shock of Recognition (J. Sakai)

“Fascism has shown that it can gather mass support. In many nations the far right, including fascism, has become a popular oppositional force to the new globalized imperialism. In many countries the far right has replaced the left as the main political opposition . It doesn’t get more critical than …

J. Sakai Reviews AIDS Conspiracy Theories

David Gilbert’s A.I.D.S. Conspiracy? Tracking the Real Genocide is a strong contribution to our knowledge about how to fight the Plague. At first, like so many of us, i thought this horrifying epidemic just had to be some biological warfare experiment run loose. The often-quoted “evidence” in the writings of …

G20 or Bust

The following was written by J. Sakai in response to the G20 “debate” on the left in the hot summer of 2010: The biggest problem with the “Mr. Black Bloc Has Fun in Toronto” debate, is that it’s so unrealistic. More like the two-dimensional scenery “flats” on school theatrical stages. …

The Shock of Recognition

THE SHOCK OF RECOGNITION: Looking at Hamerquist’s Fascism & Anti-Fascism by J. Sakai (an excerpt from Confronting Fascism: Discussion Documents for a Militant Movement) available from leftwingbooks.net The Superman is a symbol, the exponent of this anguishing and tragic period of crisis that is traversing European consciousness while searching for …

Zolo Agona Azania and David Gilbert, Two Teachers Out of Prison

David Gilbert – NO SURRENDER: writings from an anti-imperialist political prisoner.  Arm The Spirit/Guillen. 2004. 284p. Paperback book.  $20.00 Zolo Agona Azania – Money & Power: Hook or Crook. Kersplebedeb. 2004. 53p. Pamphlet.  $3.95 In the 1960s it was common for protesters on the streets to get their ideas right …

Riffs on the BRICK

Riffs on the Brick: checking out the BRICK anarchist collective’s political statement Jaybird 2 6/03 Okay, i agreed to kick in some marxist feedback on this anarchist statement, and immediately regretted it. Nothing personal, but organizational political statements usually show the worst, most official-sounding side of us. Stopped reading them …