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This is a cross-post of a diagram and text we originally did for the P2P Foundation and which they first published on their wiki “http://blog.p2pfoundation.net”. It unexpectedly generated a lot comments…. Continue reading
One year after more than a million people took on the streets of France (and even abroad) to protest against the Charlie Hebdo attacks, the crowd was so thin it… Continue reading
One week after the disastrous local elections in France, the analysis can be summarised in a few points:
– The Left (le Parti Socialiste) only keeps 5 of the 12 “regions”… Continue reading
Source: Australian Broadcasting Corporation – Lateline – Broadcast: 28/10/2015 – Reporter: Tony Jones
This is really a must watch and read especially after the shootings in Paris (13/11) and Beirut (12/11), and the… Continue reading
At a conference hosted in April 2015 by the real wolf of Wall Street Mike Milken (sentenced to ten years in prison for racketeering and securities fraud in 1989, fined… Continue reading
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The Art Gallery of New South Wales is currently exhibiting a monumental work from Jitish Kallat, “Public Notice 2”. It reproduces a foundational speech from Gandhi pronounced on… Continue reading
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Whilst the Blaq Swans are busy translating this post in English, you can practice your French and enjoy the original version here
The Australian Magazine The Monthly published in its August 2015 issue an excellent interview of former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. With the benefit of hindsight, he comes back on the circumstances of… Continue reading
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It is hard to see clearly what is exactly going on in the current negotiations around the Greek debt, but one thing can be certain is they are… Continue reading
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Twitter: 200 million users, 184 billion tweets per year, a market valuation of $33 billion, coveted by Google – no less (2). It has become an indispensable communication… Continue reading
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Ever since the first days of the EU, clandestine migration has stretched the European approach between populism and the desire to uphold progressive values. The desire to prove… Continue reading
Ils sont beaux. Dans les rues, les filles et les fils d’Ecosse, partisans du oui, jeunes et vieux, grands-parents, parents et enfants, se rassemblent, rient, parlent, se taisent, agitent le… Continue reading
CNN Video and Article on Choking Tragedy
To all those who argued with me as to rather this was a choke hold YOU WERE WRONG !
Oh wait I said that,… Continue reading
You can’t control bullets released from a gun.
You can’t ensure rockets won’t misfire
You can’t cease fire.
You can’t keep scared boys from fighting when they believe.
You can’t keep scared boys from… Continue reading
Sense the 1960’s over 80% of Black voters generally support the Democratic party. With the Tea Party gaining ground in the GOP many have called for them to reach out to those… Continue reading
So here we are. The 2014 European elections will remain in the History books the first time ever the National Front ends up as the first party after a ballot… Continue reading
Une pièce de théâtre classique se joue sur la scène du journalisme en lutte contre la vérité officielle de l’Empire qui n’est pas sans rappeler le sort de tant de… Continue reading
Le printemps approche et la vie s’ébroue. Les élections municipales françaises auront lieu les 23 et 30 mars 2014, l’occasion d’une revue d’effectif avec l’aide de Roland Barthes.
Dans Mythologies (1957),… Continue reading
It is sometimes helpful to read the foreign media to get a perspective on what is going in our own backyard. An article recently published by French newspaper Le Monde… Continue reading