A Communist LifeBy Felix Baum
Along with the return of economic crisis and social struggles around the world, the term “communism”supposedly discredited once and for all by the experience of Russia and its satellite states in the 20th centuryseems to be enjoying a certain comeback in recent years.
Inside the "Muslim Factory": NEDJIB SIDI MOUSSA with Felix BaumBy Felix Baum
The Muslims produced by this social factory are not necessarily believers, they don’t necessarily practice Islam, go to the mosque, eat halal etc.—they are rather a kind of sub-nationality, similar to the Muslims in ex-Yugoslavia or those in Lebanon at the time of the French protectorate.
From Welcome to Farewell:
By Felix Baum
Germany, the refugee crisis and the global surplus proletariat
In the summer of 2015, almost overnight, Angela Merkel transmuted in international public perception from a brutal whip of austerity policies, relentlessly squeezing already impoverished populations in the crisis-ridden South of the European Union, to the last defender of the humanist values Europe likes to take pride in.