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Γαλλία / Βέλγιο / Λουξεμβούργο / Πολιτισμός / Κριτική / Παρουσίαση Friday May 11, 2018 21:00 by Barrie Sargeant 1 image
Κριτική βιβλίου για τον ονομαστό αναρχικό Γάλλο σκηνοθέτη Jean Vigo.
Jean Vigo by P.E. Salles Gomes (London: Faber & Faber, 1988), pp. 266, ISBN: 0-571-19610-1 read full story / add a comment
france / belgium / luxemburg / culture / review Monday May 07, 2018 11:09 by Barrie Sargeant 1 image
This is a review of a book about the famous anarchist-inspired French film auteur Jean Vigo. read full story / add a comment
Il 28 ottobre oltre 200 manifestanti antifascisti ed antinazisti hanno bloccato con successo i cancelli di accesso al parlamento a Wellington, in opposizione ad una provocazione dei fascisti e della destra radicale. Questi ultimi avevano minacciato di marciare verso il parlamento ed erano stati ufficialmente autorizzati a farlo. read full story / add a comment
On 28th October over 200 anti-racist and anti-fascist demonstrators successfully blocked the gates of parliament in Wellington, Aotearoa, in opposition to a provocation by fascists and Alt-Right. The latter had threatened to march into parliament grounds and had been issued an official permit to do so. read full story / add a comment
Book Review of 'Ruth, Roger and Me: Debts and Legacies' by Andrew Dean (Wellington, 2015)
This is a review of a book about the lasting effects of neo-liberalism in New Zealand/Aotearoa and how it has impacted later generations. read full story / add a comment
aotearoa / pacific islands / workplace struggles / opinion / analysis Monday July 20, 2009 19:17 by Barrie
The New Zealand Government has announced that it will subsidise the Mc Donalds fast food chain for taking on young unemployed workers. In effect therefore the company is recieving corporate welfare, with the government acting as its Human Resources Dept. Below is a satirical response. read full story / add a comment
On the 30th of June over 300 unionists and supporters braved cold conditions to rally outside parliament in Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand in support of pay equity for women. read full story / add a comment
aotearoa / pacific islands / indigenous struggles / news report Tuesday June 09, 2009 15:28 by Barrie (AWSM- Private Capacity)
On 25th May over 7,000 predominantly Maori marchers took part in a well organised and boisterous hikoi/march on the streets of Auckland, Aotearoa. The protest opposed government plans to amalgamate existing multiple local councils into a single ‘Super-City’ administration without allocated representation for Tangata Whenua/indigenous people. read full story / add a comment
aotearoa / pacific islands / anti-fascism / other libertarian press Monday October 27, 2008 08:53 by Barrie
A rally was held on Saturday 25th October 2008 in Wellington, New Zealand/Aotearoa in opposition to the fascist Nationalist Alliance. read full story / add a comment
aotearoa / pacific islands / imperialism / war / news report Monday February 19, 2007 14:59 by Barrie
On 15th February Australian Prime Minister John Howard visited New Zealand/Aotearoa to confer with his local counter-part, Helen Clark.
From the moment of his arrival Howard was met by anarchist, socialist and other anti-Iraq war protestors. A small contingent protested at the airport, followed by approximately 50 protestors who later assembled outside Premier House, where the two Prime Ministers met to discuss issues including their continued support for the war in Iraq.
During the protest, smoke bombs were thrown at police lines, a businessman had his car mildly damaged after attempting to ram the protestors and three demonstrators were arrested.
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On 21st October about 20 members of the fascist National Front assembled in Wellington, New Zealand/Aotearoa to hold their annual rally and were successfully opposed by 100 predominantly anarchist anti-fascists. read full story / add a comment