This post is based on the panel discussion on Africa. It is a cross-posting from the grassroots-based blog, Topsoil. Capitalism has been spurred on by dispossession. Every accumulation of capital is not free, but a debt to that which has … Continue reading
Why indeed? Ricardo Navarro eloquently mentioned that we should be talking about impoverished countries, not poor countries. Poor countries are just a little down-and-out, they’re lagging a little behind economically but they’ll be alright in the long run. Maybe they’ve … Continue reading
The struggle against neo-liberalism is global or it is nothing. It is easy to imagine that the current cocktail of poisons forced on the people of Britain is something new. But it is nothing of the sort. All around the world, people have faced the same mixture of cuts, privatisation and de-regulation. And all around the world, people have fought back.