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THE IMPERIALIST STATE OF THE MULTINATIONALS IS NEITHER FASCIST NOR SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC (Red Brigades, 1978)

In the transition from armed peace to war, the revolution/counter-­revolution confrontation grows increasingly direct and generalized, but there is not, as some claim, a transformation of the democratic state into a fascist state. Instead we find ourselves confronted by a state which through restructuring has experienced a modification in the …

July 7-14 Stuff to Read

Things i found interesting this week: The ‘N’ word through the ages: The madness of HP Lovecraft by Phenderson Djeli Clark (Media Diversified, May 24, 2014) Criminalization, Crisis and Care:  Tennessee’s S.B. 1391 and Attacks on Reproduction by the Florence Johnston Collective July 12, 2014 Slavok Zizek Accused on Plagiarizing White Supremacist …

Thinking about Warlordism

Nothing guts a thought so much as apologetic blahblahblah stuck at the beginning, letting all and sundry know that you can’t stand by what you’re about to say without establishing all your escape routes ahead of time. But there you go… i’ve spent (wasted?) too many hours over the past …

Michael Novick Responds to Kali Akuno and Don Hamerquist

Just a quick heads up that Michael Novick has written a brief response to Don Hamerquist’s Thinking and Acting in Real Time in the Real World. It is up on the excellent Three Way Fight blog, at http://threewayfight.blogspot.com/2010/03/michael-novick-responds-to-thinking-and.html Just to recap, Michael is the editor of Turning The Tide, publication …

On peak oil, climate change, overpopulation, and fascism

Foreword This essay was originally written for the Three-Way Fight anti-fascist blog (threewayfight.blogspot.com) in the late fall of 2005. I’m not sure if it ever appeared there or not, though it was serialed in three parts in the first three 2006 issues of Turning the Tide (available from antiracistaction_la@yahoo.com). The essay was a response to …