Since 2008 the UK, Europe and the wider ‘western world’ have entered a period of deep crisis. Tomorrow’s world will be very different from the one we grew up in. But is it going to be better or worse? The ruling classes use the crisis as an opportunity to annul the gains of last century’s social struggles; they want people-machines that work and retrain, obey and fear. We cannot let this be our future.
ANTI aspires to challenge the dominant discourse and turn the radical into common sense. Mainstream European politics is increasingly taking place in a narrow space somewhere between the Scylla of market liberalism and the Zombie-Charybdis of nationalism. ANTI aims to expose the trappings of this narrow approach.
We need analyses of how we have ended up in this crisis.
We need honest descriptions of what is actually happening now, in all inter-connected fronts.
We need clear plans and ambitious ideas for a better future.
This blog is put together by the What Is To Be Done collective. We welcome contributions and all sorts of ideas. If you would like to write about any of these, or anything else, please email the editors.