OLLIE RICHARDSON—Essentially, everything of value has been sucked dry by the American imperialistic project known as the “EU”. The middle class has been demolished and replaced by a working class living on credit. The youth are being robbed of their future, and pensioners are being robbed of their legacy. The Macron regime’s ethos is simple: work more; be paid less. Starve infrastructure, but make timely investments into personal offshores. Privatise everything in the interests of pals, present it as “reforms”. In general, it’s a classic neoliberal hit job
- AMERICAN PROPAGANDACAPITALISM & SOCIALISMCAPITALIST SICKNESSFALSE DEMOCRACYFRENCH CRYPTOFASCISM
- BOUGHT POLITICIANS & PHONIESCAPITALIST SICKNESSCAPITALIST TENTACLES & FRONTSFALSE DEMOCRACYFRENCH CRYPTOFASCISM
OLLIE RICHARDSON—There are some districts of Paris that not even the police dare go to. The gangs there throw Molotov cocktails at cop cars even when the cops are inside. “No-go zone” is an understatement. There are places where the use of assault rifles to settle scores is normal. A key thing that happened in the buildup to act 18 is described here. As a result, the streets of Grenoble were a war zone for 3 consecutive nights because of this case of police brutality.
- ABOMINATIONSCULTURAL SAVAGERYFALSE DEMOCRACYFRENCH CRYPTOFASCISMINSURGENCY & COUNTERINSURGENCY
WILL MORROW—This is a formula for the criminalization and violent suppression of any expression of social opposition in the population. Within this framework, so-called “traditional demands”—i.e., against layoffs, for higher wages, improved living standards, against war and for social equality—do not represent the legitimate demands of the population. They are merely “employed” by “subversive” forces whose aim is the destruction of democracy. This is the argument of a fascist police state.
- AMERICAN BRAINWASHAMERICAN PARTY DUOPOLYFALSE DEMOCRACYFALSE LEFTFASCISM
Is Trump a neofascist? Analysts on the left, such as Cornel West, Noam Chomsky, and Judith Butler think he is. But mainstream liberal commentators refuse to associate the Trump phenomena with fascism, calling him a “rightwing populist.” Does it really matter what Trump is called? The poet, playwright, and political thinker, Bertolt Brecht, asked in 1935: “How can anyone tell the truth about fascism, unless he’s willing to speak out against capitalism, which brings it forth?”