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interview  // german  // 4:11 Min  // 18.06.2008  // Hits: 476
After the ‘Munich Agreement’ we had the 36 divisions, which marched into Czechoslovakia from all sides. Bohemia and Moravia were encircled by ’Großdeutschland’ from the north, west and south. At this time it was that for start you worked as a civilian and only when in 1939 the war began, the enlistments then started. I myself was not enlisted until the end of 1940, so that we had two years of time for the illegal work as civilians. Only then, when we had to join the ‘Wehrmacht’, where the only alternative would have been going to a concentration camp, the work in the ‘Wehrmacht’ started and the attempt to form anti-fascist cells, wherever you were standing in each case. Like many others of us, I was enlisted to the ‘Wehrmacht’ after doing illegal work for nearly two years, or the alternative would have been concentration camp. We discussed what we were going to do; either refuse to accept the enlisting order, meaning torture and concentration camp or agree that we have more opportunities as soldiers. That was our collective decision. So as a recruit I already had to do a probationary test as a soldier in the anti-fascist fight. My time as a recruit I was in Bayreuth and there was an illegal group. A commercial traveller, an anti-fascist who commuted between the borders, associated me with the anti-fascist group, there. For them I was a stranger, they wanted proof: How reliable is this man and what can he do? They said: “We need ammunition. Can you provide us with a box of hand grenades? We have explosives - not enough - but everything else is available!” It was a tough job, but during a transport I put aside a box of hand grenades at the risk of loosing my life and let them know. Three days later the district recruiting office in Bayreuth was blown up with the entire file. In the ammunition factory the most important machine was blown up and the most difficult: on the air field we blew up two out of three machines. It wasn’t me, that were the anti-fascists from Bayreuth, but I helped even as a recruit. The question was what you were able do as a soldier in an unfamiliar environment. We always tried to build anti-fascist cells and if it was one man or two. It was not easy to find out where somebody was, thinking the same as you. You had to proceed carefully with those questions. Sometimes somebody told a joke and you could tell by the kind of reaction: is he an opponent of fascism or is he disgusted when a joke against the Nazis is being told. Anyway tests were very often. Wherever I went, within short time I always had an anti-fascist cell in my unit, where I was as a soldier. That was a lot easier afterwards, after I was badly wounded and we tried as a small group to do what we could, like throw a spanner in the works a little bit; being aware that the single one cannot achieve a lot. But if something like that keeps happening frequently, it is not only a question of calming your conscience: I was against it; I have done something about it. On the other side you could show: “You cannot do what you want. We are here and we are keeping an eye on you!”

edition no_36 Casanare
In Casanare, a region in the southeast of Bogotá, oil was discovered in the 90'. Paramilitary troops and regulary armed forces have since then killed 2600 people, to secure BP the access to the oil in place.
The people try to resist their replacement and demand justice and compensation - whithout any success so far.
length: 51 min  | date: 27-12-2010  | video-hits: 107
docu Die Angst wegschmeissen
Die Angst wegschmeissen
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Seit 2008 ist Norditalien Schauplatz ungewöhnlicher Ereignisse. Unternehmen, Politik und Medien nutzen den Kriseneinbruch, um die ohnehin schon bröckelnden Arbeiter_innenrechte weiter auszuhöhlen; auf der anderen Seite formiert sich jedoch gerade am untersten Ende der Lohnskala ein lebendiger ... more

length: 3,43 min  | date: 18.05.2015  | video-hits: 9.057
interview The cycle of struggles in the logistics sector in Italy
The cycle of struggles in the logistics sector in Italy
Through militant strikes over the last four years, the mostly migrant workforce in the logistics sector in Italy have managed to substantially improve their working conditions. Treated with violent arrogance and regularly defrauded out of a part of their salary in the past, they've now won 'normal' working conditions in most workplaces.

Because of these achievements, more and more workers are ... more
length: 61,77 min  | date: 10.04.2014  | video-hits: 9.647
short-docu Interview with Dita workers in Tuzla
Interview with Dita workers in Tuzla
We are showing here an interview with the workers of the factory Dita, whose protest was a trigger to the whole movement that is sometimes referred to as the Bosnian Spring.

The workers of the detergent factory Dita told us that they had been on strike for more than a year and tried different forms of peaceful protests (including a hunger strike) that did not lead anywhere. When they demonstrated with ... more
length: 8,3 min  | date: 21.02.2014  | video-hits: 2.953
lecture Wie sozialistisch war der "real existierende Sozialismus"?
Wie sozialistisch war der
please translate this description: 01.11.2011, Berlin - Zweiter Diskussionsabend in der Veranstaltungsreihe "Was tun mit Kommunismus?". Auf dem Podium: renate Hürtgen, Helmut Bock, Christoph Jünke, Ralf G. Landmesser, Anne Seeck, Harry Waibel.

Veranstalterin: Selbsthilfegruppe Ei des Kommunismus (SEK)
length: 150 min  | date: 20.12.2011  | video-hits: 4.232
trailer Solidarische Ökonomie - 30 Jahre Arbeit am Regenbogen
Solidarische Ökonomie - 30 Jahre Arbeit am Regenbogen
please translate this description: "Im März besetzten 30 Frauen, Männer und Kinder ein leerstehendes Wohnhaus und ehemaliges Fabrikgelände. Sie wollten bezahlbaren Wohnraum und Platz zum selbstbestimmten Leben und Arbeiten. Von Anfang an waren sie im Kiez aktiv: Kino, Kultur und Kinder-Angebote organisierten sie sowohl für ... more
length: 1,77 min  | date: 09.11.2011  | video-hits: 914
animation First as Tragedy, Then as Farce
First as Tragedy, Then as Farce
In this short RSA Animate, renowned philosopher Slavoj Žižek investigates the surprising ethical implications of charitable giving.
length: 10:56 min  | date: 24.02.2011  | video-hits: 7.722
musicvideo Holger Burner (live) : Underclass
Holger Burner (live) : Underclass
please translate this description: Live-Auftritt von Holger Burner

In dem Stück wird die fragwürdige Debatte um die »Unterschicht« in der BRD thematisiert.
Diese wurde erst in Folge der zunehmenden Reichtumsschere in der BRD im Jahr 2006 von Kurt Beck (SPD) benannt und ausgerufen und dann umgehend wieder im ... more
length: 3:20 min  | date: 28.08.2009  | video-hits: 826
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Greek hospital under workers' control
"The occupation of our hospital in Kilkis by its workers started on Monday, February 20th, 8:30 local time.
This occupation is not only about us, the physicians and the workers at the Kilkis Hospital. Neither is it only about the Greek National Health System, which is collapsing, indeed. We are in this fight because what is in real danger now is the human rights and our lives."

28.02.2012  hits: 17911
How I spent my Sunday in Fukushima
This morning Pieter, Xeni and I (pictured above) set out with Miles, along with father/son superteam Joe and Bryan Moross. The plan was to drop off a few Geiger counters with volunteers and try to cover some new ground, perhaps near the exclusion zone. But it ended up being so much more.
10.08.2011  hits: 11557
Tunis, Algiers, Cairo, …Shahajanpur?
On 1st of February 2011 – while riots rocked the Kasbah and downtown Cairo – around 150,000 young people arrived in Bareilly, near Shahajanpur in Uttar Pradesh, India. They came in order to apply for 416 vacancies at the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP). Facing the enormous mass of applicants the local administration called off the hiring procedure. The angry youth started smashing the place up, burnt cars, government and media buildings.
16.03.2011  hits: 10223
Die Geschichte eines jungen Arbeiters
We met a 20 years old worker who lives and works in Manesar, near Gurgaon. It is his individual story, but it is at the same time the story of a dominant part of global working class today ...
(GirgaonWorkersNews January 2011)

30.12.2010  hits: 11015
What is good for Goldman Sachs is good for America
The origins of the current crisis - 18 April 2009, Robert Brenner
20.10.2009  hits: 15422
Revolutionary "termites" in Faridabad
a proletarian current in India confronts third worldist statism (Loren Goldner)
28.07.2009  hits: 18705
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