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  • Frozen, standing still, trapped or just stopped in time as time still flows. Just like our video is at the present moment, as we found out recently, we sometimes feel like so. It is easy to feel stuck in this context where everything gets a better image for the same old, same old, it seems that everything changes but nothing really does
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  • 16. Jan 2023.

    Otpadnik

    Na moje pitanje: “Kako se možete razdvojiti kad ste vi svi međusobno pomiješani?” nikad nisam dobio izravan odgovor. Mogao sam se sjetiti etničke pomiješanost, u našem beogradskom susjedstvu i nisam mogao zamisliti da bi netko stvarno pokušao učiniti nešto tako zlo. Osim toga ja sam volio izmiješanost. Veći dio mog života proveo sam prevodeći poeziju iz svih dijelova Jugoslavije, imao sam neku predodžbu o njihovim kulturama i nisam vidio nikakvu prednost u tome da netko živi u getu samo sa svojima.
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  • In a video posted to YouTube this week, the head of Moscow’s department of culture, Aleksandr Kibovsky, declared that a recent decree signed by Vladimir Putin “to strengthen Russian traditional, spiritual and moral values” gives Russian authorities the green light to cleanse the country’s cultural scene from all “Western influence.”
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  • The growing disconnect between the capitalist system and the economic realities plaguing the United States is now nearing completion. On the ground, the accumulated problems of U.S. capitalism undermine its empire and challenge its very future. Meanwhile, the ever-deepening inequalities of wealth and income conjure up images of ancient Egypt’s pharaohs.
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  • For comedy screenwriter Sergiy Kulybyshev, making films in a time of war is critical to defending his country’s cultural identity.
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  • The war in Ukraine provided a pretext for tight government control over this weekend’s local elections in Russia. Yet with the situation clearly worsening, the vote has given rise to signs of popular dissent.
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  • The first season of The Wire began 20 years ago this month. It remains one of this century's great television shows — both stylish and smart, with unforgettable characters woven into a striking portrait of the depredations of capitalism in one US city.
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  • Rulers divide the world into 'worthy' and 'unworthy' victims; those we are allowed to pity, such as Ukrainians enduring the hell of modern warfare, and those whose suffering is minimized, dismissed, or ignored. This bifurcation of the world into worthy and unworthy victims is a key component of propaganda, especially in war. In this episode of The Chris Hedges Report, award-winning journalist Peter Oborne joins Chris Hedges to examine how worthy victims are used to allow citizens to see themselves as empathetic, compassionate, and just; how they are an effective tool to demonize the aggressor; and how they are used to obliterate nuance and ambiguity.
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  • Maria Prymachenko created seemingly happy scenes of rural life. But look closer and you see the terror unleashed on her country by Stalin. Now her work has once again become a national symbol, duplicated at rallies worldwide
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  • U analizama rata u Ukrajini uglavnom izostaju ekonomske i klasne strukture Rusije i Ukrajine. Te bi strukture, kao i međunarodno ekonomsko pozicioniranje s obzirom na motive koje generiraju, mogle biti prodornija ulazna analitička točka od cementiranih moralnih pozicija i kavanske geopolitike. Nacrt analize u tom smjeru ponudio je slovenski sociolog Marko Kržan.
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