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Greece:Hope Drowns in the Reality of a Dying World, or Does it?

From: By Amador Fernández-Savater On September 29, 2014 With left parties on the rise in Spain and Greece, John Holloway reflects on his influential 2002 thesis: can we change the world without taking power?   Interview by Amador Fernández-Savater. Translated by Richard Mac Duinnsleibhe and edited by Arianne Sved of Guerrilla Translation. In 2002, John Holloway published a landmark […]

interview to Tasos Tsakiroglou of “Efimerida ton syndakton” 14-15 December 2013  Downloadable version (.doc) -You have stated that our “no” to the old world will not hold, unless we create a new world “here and now”. How could we do such a thing without a concrete plan, a political alternative proposal? We have many different concrete […]

Gezi Park

Gezi Park Dancing in the streets. That, not the sound of gunfire, is what announces the fall of the old world. Couples dancing tango in Gezi Park with gas masks on their faces, echoing the musicians that wore gas masks as they played their bouzoukis in the centre of Sintagma Square in Athens just two […]

By Jerome Roos On April 17, 2013 “There is a growing sense throughout the world that capitalism isn’t working; and that the cracks we create in it may really be the only way forward.” From, link to original San Andres de Cholula, 03/04/13 Transcript of interview It’s been over ten years since you published ‘Change the World without […]

11 Oct 2012 John Holloway interviewed by Yves Vanderhaeghen for The Witness. DESCRIBED as a “gentle revolutionary”, John Holloway is a communist philosopher, lawyer and academic who champions the cause of the Zapatista peasants’ movement in Mexico, and whose current visit to South Africa was inspired by the urban social movement Abahlali baseMjondolo. Its values […]