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Why the victims of Globalization resort to the neo-nationalist movements in view of the betrayal of the “Left”

Comment: The following article published in the flagship of the globalist “Left” (The Guardian) attempts to give –in stark comparison to the rest of its pieces and articles– a very different and much more sincere view of what is happening “from below” in the West, with an eye to the …

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Why The Failed Turkish Coup Attempt Wasn’t A “False Flag” Power Grab By Erdogan

We republish this interesting article by a Russian analyst who stresses the need for a Eurasian union based on nationally and economically sovereign countries, as an alternative pole to the New World Order of neoliberal globalization. In it, he tries to debunk the mass promoted –particularly by the “alternative” media …

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Antiglobalization portal: Our aims for National and Social Liberation

We are happy to welcome you to the newly created web portal of the International Network of Inclusive Democracy in collaboration with the international initiative for building Popular Fronts for National and Social Liberation (FNSLs) in every country which has been subordinated to the New World Order of neoliberal globalization.  …

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Austrian Elections, Globalization, the Massive Rise of Neo-Nationalism and the Bankruptcy of the Left

TAKIS FOTOPOULOS *  (27.05.2016)   ABSTRACT: The article examines the all important issue of the rise of a neo-nationalist movement in Europe and beyond in the last few years and attributes its flourishing, particularly in Europe, to the theoretical and political bankruptcy of the globalist “Left”, as a result of …

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FNSL: The Historic victory of Brexit could mark the start of Liberation of the European Peoples and beyond

FNSL  initiative: FRONT FOR NATIONAL AND SOCIAL LIBERATION – 25/06/2016 – www.antiglobalization.org June 23rd 2016 is the day that may change history. The British referendum was a terrific slap in the faces, not only of the Euro-elites (or rather Euro-bums!), but also the whole Transnational Elite (TE) and the neoliberal …

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Are austerity policies the problem or is it Neoliberal globalization?

TAKIS FOTOPOULOS  (01.05.2015)   Abstract: The article aims first to draw a clear distinction between neoliberal globalization (i.e. neoliberalism), as a structural or systemic change and neoliberal ideology. This distinction is necessary today, as many in the globalist Left confuse the two or simply consider neoliberalism as just an ideology, …

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