In this text, we talk about the spread of rumors regarding the coronavirus. We also discuss the current state of knowledge regarding the origin of pandemics and their link with capitalism.
The more one looks, the more one finds cases of workers protesting in many Spanish companies.
For two days, in Marseille, employees and workers from the 13th and 14th arrondissement have been occupying a McDonald’s on Sainte Marthe. They have turned it into a logistics centre for the delivery of free meals.
By Angry Workers of the World We, first of all, have to admit the very random character of this summary, as the amount of strikes, riots, protests has been massive. … Read More
Written by A$AP Révolution and some comrades from Toulouse and Marseille. First published on A$AP Because you don’t own anything, you have to give money every month to have the … Read More
A declaration of intent from the assembly of the Camarade space (Toulouse, France) to the Fever project. The project Fever: class struggles under pandemic was jointly launched by a number … Read More
Self-employed and informal workers constitute up to 40% of the Brazilian workforce. For them, the reduction of economic activity and movement in cities results in longer working hours (and greater exposure to the virus) to try to earn enough money.
How can we understand the current crisis, and the reactions of states? What are the prospects for workers? Can we expect a return to normality? And if so, what would this normality look like?
Originally published on Angry Workers of the World I remember various moments over the last decade, when day-to-day conversations at work or at the bus stop or wherever you hang … Read More
Once more in the presidency, the Peronist apparatus shows itself very unified and very able to move the corporative machinery that structures the country: government, unions and employers