Syriza’s defeat illustrates the inevitable devolution of those who want to achieve revolutionary changes without a revolution.
Reader’s Views: November-December 2015, Part 2December 16, 2015
readers views, nov dec 2015, part 2
After the referendum: The ongoing Greek crisisJuly 8, 2015
The two opponents facing off in Greece for five years have been the Greek masses vs. the European rulers and their institutions. The No vote manifested the revolt against austerity. We explore the meaning of these events.
Greek masses in perilMay 6, 2015
The rulers’ economic squeeze on Greece is intended to be an ideological prison for the working masses of Europe. Left tendencies aim to use the state to save capitalism or move toward socialism—rather than releasing self-activity of masses in motion as the prime mover of social transformation.
Greece: postmodernism in powerMarch 7, 2015
Yanis Varoufakis, the Finance Minister in Greece’s Syriza government, shows where postmodernist attacks on Marx lead politically, declaring that the task of today’s Left is to save capitalism from itself.
On Greece and Syriza: Against the inhumanity of austerity, we pose the fullness of human liberation!February 4, 2015
The electoral victory of Greece’s Syriza represents resistance to brutal austerity. Alarms are raised by Syriza’s alliance with the racist, theocratic Independent Greeks party.