November 23rd: The name sounds a bit like something to do with a lifeguard’s alliance, but this movement’s name (gilets jaune) comes from their high vis jackets, something that all drivers are legally required to carry in their car in France.
November 9th: I didn’t stay up all night awaiting news of the US mid-term elections but I did take a look at the results when I got up.
November 7th: At the weekend I attended the March for Homes, this was called by five of the council estates that are under threat of demolition in London.
November 3rd: Turkish political, diplomatic and military muscle is a stark reality of the geopolitical map of South-East Europe, Anatolia and the Middle East.
October 11th: CW: rape, PTSD, social exclusion We all go through our ‘cool girl’ stage.
October 10th: How we all guffawed at Banksy’s jolly japes at Sotheby’s last week.
September 13th: One of the things I’ve put a lot of time to thinking about is how Class War can get media coverage and then control it.
FRONTEX heralds better border control as reducing migration to a “manageable” level while giving a tacit nod of approval to sadistic policies
August 24th: In a report released on 7th August, FRONTEX adulated at the decrease of “migration flow” from the end of 2015 until now.
August 15th: Maurice Reclus considers the problems with organising at firms which are heavily virtualised and sited across multiple countries.