Category Archives: News

Ukraine | Ukrainian Fascists do not forget their roots

The deputy of the Lviv City Council from the Fascist Party “Svoboda” Mariyana Batiuk in the morning of April 20 on her Facebook page published congratulations on the birthday of Adolf Hitler.
This is reported by the Western-Ukrainian news portal ZAXID.NET.
“A great man, whatever one may say …” – Mariyana Batyuk wrote and quoted two quotes from Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf”. About an hour after the publication, she deleted her message, but users managed to make and publish its screen.

Coopératives et organisations sociales et politiques au Mali – la WILDAF

Monika Karbowska

La réunion avec la WILDAF (Women in Law and Developpement in Africa) m’ a appris à comprendre le lien entre la marginalisation politique des femmes et la spoliation économique de tout un pays par des oligarchies compradore locales et par les impérialistes étrangers.

Germany | Karl Marx’s birth city sells ‘zero-euro’ bills for his 200th birthday

Karl Marx was born on May 5th, 1818 in Trier in what is now Rheinland-Palatinate. Many cities in the surrounding area are using the upcoming anniversary to gain big capital from multiple Marx-themed memorabilia, including a ‘zero-euro’ bill introduced in March with the likeness of Karl Marx, who had a very distant relationship to money.

Ukraine | The fighting in Donbas became more active

On April 16 troops loyal to Kiev subjected to intensive mortar shelling the city of Dokuchaevsk, located on the territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic.
As a result of the bombardment about ten houses and a gas station on the streets of Lenina, Chapaeva and Vatutina were damaged. There are no victims and injured.

France | Student Strikers Attacked; ‘fascist’ Dean Jailed

By Richard Greeman

firstly published on April 3

Not an April Fool’ joke. Here are the facts:

Four days ago, (March 29) the ultra-conservative Dean of the Montpellier University Law School was summoned to police headquarters, interrogated, hauled into court, and held over in jail for arraignment by the Chief Prosecutor – all on the complaint of nine student strikers, who claim to have been brutally assaulted with Dean Philippe Pétel’s active complicity while ‘occupying’ a school auditorium.