The COVID-19 crisis has shown that markets alone can’t meet our societies’ fundamental needs. But state measures to ward off economic collapse are just the start of a battle over the future — one where the principles of solidarity must be extended from health care to all aspects of society.
In both large cities and small towns, in Europe and across the world, we are every day heading deeper into a scenario straight from a dystopian film, as if empty streets, latex gloves, face masks and self-isolation have become the new normal.
Scientists are tracing the path of Sars-CoV-2 from a wild animal host – but we also need to look at the part played in the outbreak by industrial food production
Democrats decided to play ball to get what they wanted on policy. But how are all those ideas going to work?
A pandemic forces a stay here, but the point of ‘virtual revolution’, among other issues, is that if you can’t revolt now you are already defeated, maybe…It is something that has struck home over the past generation watching the dismal repetitive left chant the right mantras with the situation at each point staying the same or getting worse.
after all that protest, fifty years later we got trump, as if put there to mock us.
In any case, the point of revolution is here, but passing, once again. There is noone it seems who could lead one, or not create something worse, so life lingers, with its revolutionary come on as we see now, but no response.
Red Forty-eight Group: more on the ‘virtual’ revolution February 4th, 2017 We have arrived at a dangerous moment. Many who wouldn’t ever consider the question of revolution confronting the point of…