François Genoud – The life of a Swiss banker and fascist anti-Imperialist
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François Genoud – The life of a Swiss banker and fascist anti-Imperialist

The article was publish in Datacide no10 It is also available in Greek  here by Christoph Fringeli François Genoud was born in 1915 in Lausanne, in the french-speaking part of Switzerland. In his teens he became an admirer of Adolf Hitler, met the future “Führer” in person in 1932, and remained a staunch National-Socialist until his death … Continue reading

Cyprus parliamentary vote puts far-right in parliament
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Cyprus parliamentary vote puts far-right in parliament

ELAM disagrees with the vision of Cyprus reunited under a bi-zonal federal umbrella as part of a settlement   Cyprus’s ruling conservatives took the lead in Sunday’s general election, results showed, while a far-right party won its first seats in the legislature amid voter disillusionment after a 2013 financial meltdown. With the voting tally at … Continue reading

Analysis: fascism and the far right in Europe today – part three, with links to full guide
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Analysis: fascism and the far right in Europe today – part three, with links to full guide

Greece: the openly fascist Golden Dawn rallies in Athens, 2015. Pic credit: DTRocks   Because things are the way they are, things will not stay the way they are. –– Bertolt Brecht Introduction We are witnessing a dramatic and frightening rise of fascist and racist populist parties across most of Europe. We haven’t seen anything … Continue reading

Fascism and the far right in Europe: country by country guide, part one – Austria to Greece
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Fascism and the far right in Europe: country by country guide, part one – Austria to Greece

Introduction Europe is witnessing a dangerous revival of fascist and racist populist parties and organisations. Over the next few weeks we are going to publish a series of articles analysing the scale of this threat. We will focus on the countries where fascist and racist parties have made significant electoral and/or organisational breakthroughs. There are … Continue reading

Protest Against Closing Down the Lukács Archiv in Budapest
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Protest Against Closing Down the Lukács Archiv in Budapest

source: Shades magazine “Petition against the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ decision to close down the Görgy Lukács Archives in Budapest: “Lukács was one the significant philosophers of the 20th century, an author of modernity outstanding not only in philosophy but also in the fields of political mindedness, theory of literature, sociology and ethics An author … Continue reading