Monthly Archives: November 2012

  1. Breaking Ranks With the Cosy Consensus

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    26/11/2012 by Don Quijones

    A British mainstream journalist has broken ranks with the neo-liberal consensus that dominates the country’s three-party political system (and for …
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  2. Spain vs. Catalonia: A Tale of Two “Countries”

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    25/11/2012 by Don Quijones

    “Patriotism is when love of your own people comes first; nationalism, when hate for people other than your own comes …
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  3. To Be Young, Spanish And Unemployed

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    23/11/2012 by Don Quijones

    As autumn gives way to winter, Spain, like much of Southern Europe, just keeps getting hotter and hotter… and it …
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  4. A Master Class in Rage

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    21/11/2012 by Don Quijones

    When it comes to hurling rage-fuelled invective, few come close to the London taxi driver. And of the thousands of …
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  5. Spanish Workers Send Clear Message To Authorities: “Basta Ya!”

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    17/11/2012 by Don Quijones

    As another week draws to a close, the unravelling of the basket case that is the eurozone continues apace. The …
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  6. Masters of War

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    14/11/2012 by Don Quijones

    This song, written by Bob Dylan and performed by Sam Bradley, goes out to all the chicken hawks and armchair …
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  7. Perception vs. Reality: US Political Theater Reaches Climax

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    05/11/2012 by Don Quijones

    As the most expensive political circus on the planet finally reaches its grand finale, the race for the White House …
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