Tag: state capitalism

China in 5 and 15 years

30 October, 2020 · China

The Chinese bureaucracy has set its goals for 2025 and 2035 this week. They will shape the imperialist crisis and conflict throughout the world.

Roadkill

25 October, 2020 · TV

Roadkill is the political series of the season on the BBC. The narrative is built on the wake of the «House of Cards» of the nineties, but without the Shakespearean histrionics and the overdose of cynicism of the original model. In fact, Roadkill is one of the few political series that encourages real political reflection.

Why do they want us on the streets when we suffer the worst incidence in Europe?

12 October, 2020 · Spain

Madrid, yesterday

Spanish ruling class is worried, they are in solidarity with the florist, the shopkeeper, the hotelier, the small guesthouse and even the nightclub.. But nobody should think that they will share the state's booty with the small fry, the massive subsidies or the big projects financed with European funds. One thing is to be supportive and another to lose volume of income. No, big capital is "sympathetic" with its small SME brothers in its own way: for its own benefit and putting the lives of the workers under fire.

Allende’s Chile

13 September, 2020 · History

Was there ever a Chilean «path to socialism»? What was the Allende presidency? On the 47th anniversary of the military coup, we recovered and published in our archive the FOR’s publications on Chile during those years.

Is the comeback of national production and state ownership progressive?

18 June, 2020 · News

Workers of Alcoa, Spain, demands the nationalization of the firm.

The new wave of economic nationalism involves four vectors which, although they were already present and emerging in recent years, have gained strength with the pandemic, seemingly contradicting the "neo-liberal" hegemonic discourses of the last thirty years: limitations on the purchase of companies by foreign capital, renationalization of productive chains, nationalizations and the promotion of state production.

Did “neoliberalism” ever exist?

18 April, 2020 · Critique of ideology

The insistence on "neoliberalism" was in fact the insistence on the validity of an "alternative capitalism", reformed and allegedly possible. In other words, it was not even reformist, because reformism intended the possibility of overcoming capitalism through reforms, and these only aspired to make it livable... without managing to be less utopian and therefore reactionary.