No one is obliged to do impossible things
by Victor Shapinov
There is a Latin proverb which says: «Ad impossibilia nemo tenetur» -- “No one is obliged to do impossible things.” It looks like the Kiev authorities are not familiar with this ancient wisdom. Or, conversely, too familiar. Turning the very meaning of the Minsk-2 Agreement on its head, the Kyiv side is trying to oblige the rebels of Donbass to do impossible things, putting the choice: either complete surrender on Kyiv's terms, or continuation of the fratricidal war.
Financial oligarchy bewildered by own incapacity to install subservient govt
Berlin’s brinkmanship with the Greek default
For a political solution based on democracy and participation
Anti-imperialist Co-ordination (AIK)
The air raids of Saudi Arabia and of its allies against Yemen have been going on for many days. Although the attacks are not covered by a UN mandate, the UN Security Council still hasn't called the fighting parties to cease war actions.
Groundbreaking interview with Greek minister Lafazanis
Lafazanis is the most senior exponent of the Left Platform within Syriza and holds decisive governmental office. Together with others like the economist and PM Lavapitsas they seem decided not to back down as other parts of Syriza are prone to.
Programme June 26-28, 2015
Call for an International Forum (Athens 26-28/6/2015) and the establishment of a European Co-ordination of Left political parties, popular organisations and social movements fighting for exit from the European Union, the euro and NATO.
By Moreno Pasquinelli
The arrogant outcry of many anti-euro people about a “great betrayal” concerning to the agreement signed by Tsipras government is irritating and risible.
Extra-Syriza left calls for debt default
MARS (Left Front Co-operation)
The SYRIZA-ANELL government succumbs to the demands of EU and paves the way for a new Memorandum
German austerity dictate proves impossibility of “social Europe”
by Wilhelm Langthaler
The Brussels agreement to extend the EU programme for Greece means a humiliating defeat for the Sýriza government. Their attempts to rally support within the union’s governments miserably failed. The German imposition uncompromisingly defending the narrow interests of the financial oligarchy prevailed bearing witness of the impossibility of a social turn within the power structures of the EU. Game over? We believe that there remains a possibility to thwart the EU starvation programme.
Public statement of Paremvasi regarding the Greek elections of the 25th of January 2015
The anti-Euro coalition Antarsya-Mars scored 0.64% in the last election. Following we publish an evaluation by one component of the coalition.
A strong signal against EU austerity – let’s prepare the break with the oligarchy
Together with millions and millions of people in all European countries we rejoice greatly in the electoral success of Sýriza. It is a shot across the bows of the ruling elites in Brussels and Berlin, a sign of resistance against the neo-liberal impoverishment policies. Sýriza is simply a sign of hope for change.