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Someone Else’s War (not a review!)

A quick recommendation: check out Lee Wang’s film Someone Else’s War. i was lucky enough to be at the world premiere of this film at the San Francisco International Asian-American Film Festival a few days ago, and think it is a film that should be checked out by everyone in …

[Movie Review] Guan Cha Mosuo – Mosuo, The Last Matriarchy Family

GUAN CHA MOSUO (MOSUO, THE LAST MATRIARCHY FAMILY) (PI) Chine / 2005 / Vidéo / Colour / 60 min / Dir.: Weijun Chen In a remote region of southwest China, there lives the Mosuo ethnic group who have a matriarchal and matrilineal society. A young Mosuo girl wants to liberate …

More on the Quebec Nation

Phebus, a comrade from the North East Federation of Anarchist Communists, made a series of good points regarding by post Quebecistan? I wish… a few days ago, in which i commented on NEFAC’s position of Quebec nationalism. I’m going to re-post his comments here, and try to answer some of …

Quebecistan? I wish…

A Place Amongst Nations: Quebec in the Struggle to Winposter from the Societe St-Jean Baptiste,a conservative nationalist group, and a cornerstone of the Quebec national movement today Last week’s article by Barbara Kay in the right-wing National Post should be clipped and put aside (or saved to hard drive) as …

A Classy Look at Neighbourhoods in Montreal (courtesy of the RCP-OC)

A while back i was at some event or demo or something and got a flyer from the Red Youth Front (Front Rouge des Jeunes), an affiliate of the Revolutionary Communist Party (Organizing Committee), a local Maoist group. (NOTE: the RCP-OC is not the same as the American RCP, for …

Caliban And The Witch by Silvia Federici, Reviewed by Kersplebedeb

Caliban and the Witch Women the Body and Primitive Accumulation (Sylvia Federici, Autonomedia 2004) reviewed by Karl Kersplebedeb Back in May 2005, at the Montreal Anarchist Bookfair, i bought a copy of Silvia Federici’s latest book, Caliban and he Witch: Women, The Body and Primitive Accumulation. Suffice to say, i …