Salim’s

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

Salim’s is a small food-store and restaurant byzantine style, on Center ave corner with N.Neville, Pittsburgh, PA, US, Terra. You may find there tasty sorts of cheese, yoghurt, falafel, flours, spices, oils, syrups, preserves, baklavas, you name it. Salim’s also caters for parties. Organic milk didn’t reach his place because he’s not a part of […]

what still stinks in capitalism

Friday, March 20th, 2009

Here are some more capitalist stinkers: In capitalism, everybody’s supposed aim is personal profit, but the humans seek naturally for quality of life instead. There’s no direct link between profit and quality of life, they only intersect somewhere but diverge anywhere else. There’s no need for examples, you can remember them yourself. The reason why […]

what stinks in capitalism

Tuesday, March 17th, 2009

I wrote about the free-market, and shown it to be a fake and a tragedy, so I’ll focus on the real market, which is made of producers-consumers (or worse, sellers-buyers) but doesn’t pretend any kind of equilibrium between the two. A producer (collective or not) cannot set-up a factory overnight to produce what consumers need […]

education and human rights

Sunday, December 14th, 2008

A German guy was saying, some months ago, that this financial crisis, if it deepens, might push the population into rethinking the legitimacy of the current system. I think he was late in noticing that, it’s been quite some time since I got convinced that the current capitalist system fell far below legitimacy, if it […]