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Pr. Peter Phillips: « We face a century of fascism »

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Professor Peter Phillips. DR.

Mohsen Abdelmoumen: In your writings, you qualify the XXI century, the century of Fascism. How did we get there?

Pr. Peter Phillips: 9/11 set the stage for a global war on terror and increased police state in the US and abroad. We face a century of fascism unless major social democracy movements intercede. The mechanism of state democracy and elections in the US and most other places are nothing more than theater on a grand scale. Lire la suite »

Henry Giroux: « The fascism is an embrace of the profoundly anti-political »

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Henry Giroux. DR.

Mohsen Abdelmoumen: The concept of « disposability » frequently returns in your writing, whether speaking of youth, politics, the future, etc. Why do you insist on this theme?

Henry Giroux: Global capitalism has taken on a range of characteristics that demand a new language for understanding such shifts along with the effects these economic, political, and pedagogical registers are having in different degrees upon those that bear the weight of its oppressive forces. Not only have we seen a separation of power, which is global, from politics, which is local, but we have seen a full-fledged attack on the social state, the rise of the punishing state, and the emergence of what might be called an authoritarian culture of cruelty. Under such circumstances, I have tried to capture the current savagery of various regimes of neoliberal capitalism by developing a paradigm that focused on the intensification of what I have called the politics of disposability. Lire la suite »

The Makhzenian regime of Morocco commits a new dastardly crime

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The Sahrawi activist murdered, Hassana Elouali Aaleya. D.R.

The fascist regime of Morocco comes to commit a new crime, this time against the militant Human Rights Sahrawi, Hassana Elouali Aaleya, member of the Committee against torture, held in the prison of Dakhla, and died on the night of 28 September. In a communique dated 27 September, political prisoners from the prison of Dakhla have denounced the brutality of the Moroccan prison authorities against their comrade Elouali, left without medical care despite a state of health strongly degraded following several hunger strikes and torture. Under the pressure of the Saharan population which followed closely the state of health of Elouali with indignation and anger, the colonial authorities of Morocco have decided to transfer the activist at the military hospital, where he had no right to any medical examination. He was immediately transferred in a special room, surrounded by police officers. Knowing that he was diabetic, rather than lower his blood sugar, was given a serum glucose, increasing its rate up to 7, which precipitated him into a coma resulting in his death. Lire la suite »

Andre Vltchek : « The Christian dogmas caused terrible damages ».

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Andre Vltchek together with the big American linguist Noam Chomsky D.R.

Version française sur Oximity : https://www.oximity.com/article/Andre-Vltchek-Les-dogmes-chrétien-1

Mohsen Abdelmoumen: You recently sent an open letter to your friend, president Maduro, made public in the press, where you mention the necessity of taking weapons if needed to fight the western plan which aims at a recolonization of the world. Do you believe in the need for global resistance to imperialism and neocolonialism who intensify their aggression ?

Andre Vltchek : Imperialism never disappears; it never leaves peacefully, voluntarily. For all those long centuries, people had to fight for their freedom, for true independence. They had to struggle. Lire la suite »

Andre Vltchek : «Les dogmes chrétiens ont causé de terribles dommages»

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Andre Vltchek en compagnie du grand linguiste américain Noam Chomsky. D.R.

English version in Oximity: https://www.oximity.com/article/Andre-Vltchek-The-Christian-dogmas-cau-1

Mohsen Abdelmoumen : Vous avez récemment envoyé une lettre ouverte à votre ami le président Nicolas Maduro, rendue publique dans la presse, où vous mentionnez la nécessité de prendre les armes si nécessaire pour combattre le plan occidental qui vise à recoloniser le monde. Croyez-vous en la nécessité d’une résistance globale à l’impérialisme et au néo-colonialisme qui intensifient leur agression ?

Andre Vltchek : L’impérialisme ne disparaît jamais volontairement et il ne laisse jamais en paix. Tout au long de ces siècles, les gens ont dû lutter pour leur liberté et pour une véritable indépendance. Ils ont dû se battre. Lire la suite »