Opinion

The Frankfurt School and the New Left:
Sorcerer's Apprentices and Hobgoblins
And the 'terrible waters' they have wrought since 1968.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's poem of 1797 warned of endless cultural terrorism arising from the French Revolution.

Traveling Through the American South:
The Confederacy Lives
Possibly, someday, as an (anti-)political counter project again

The contrasts between rich and poor are omnipresent – but no one really cares. Americans often live next to each other in villas and shacks. They don't know envy. This is one of the reasons why they are almost all so pleasantly apolitical.

Violence in France and Migration into Europe:
Peace Doves Grilled on the Barricades
The Fist Replaces the Referral Notification

If Europe, her borders, her values and her legal system do not physically resist this challenge, it will also mentally implode.

Earth Day:
Day of Global Gaga
On Lenin's birthday a day of struggle against capitalism

Like so much in this field, the official German Earth Day website is not only unintentionally funny, but also completely off the mark.