[spectre] any news on the revolutions?
ab at dortmunder-u.de
Mon Feb 28 17:08:04 CET 2011
this apocalyptic navel-gazing is all very well; the question was
whether anybody has news about what is going on around cultural
initiatives in tunisia, egypt, etc.
and then maybe even a good place to go for those people who want to
worry about "bigger problems ... coming to europe and united states".
At 16:49 Uhr +0100 28.02.2011, Zvonimir Bakotin wrote:
>Great to see ol' comrades and hear that that revolutionary spirit
>of old Syndicate list is just dormant but not absent on Spectre.
>Have to admit, second to Heath remark, and add that full spectrum of
>*color* revolutions and *creative destruction* exports will
>eventualy come *back home* to EU and US and it won't be fun...
>current model of the world as we knew it is on the *last legs* and
>US (NATO) hegemony (Full Spectrum Dominance) doctrine may be more
>at home then abroad... also FSD cannot secure levels of consumption
>of *first world* economies in long run regardless of its own
>as Heath is pointing Bonus times are over and we facing some serious
>*undersizing* all across the board in grim new world...
>take daily dose at;
>On Mon, 28 Feb 2011, heath bunting wrote:
>>On Mon, 28 Feb 2011, Andreas Broeckmann wrote:
>>>we were wondering whether you have any news, or good sources, of
>>>what is going on in tunisia, egypt, algeria, libya, ...,
>>>especially but not only in the field of the contemporary art and
>>>culture scenes. (it would also be good to know whether there are
>>>things that can be done, ways that people in europe and elsewhere
>>>can help (the spectre list has, after all, over 1722 at the
>>bigger problems are coming to europe and united states (which is
>>guess is the centre for this list)
>>we will be experiencing a far more dramatic collapse than the
>>current people's revolutions
>>europe and the united states have all been living on bonus culture
>>perhaps we should be asking what north africa and the middle east
>>can do for us
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