Riots: Some antidotes to reaction

Feral Capitalism Hits the Streets, by David Harvey

London Burning, What’s Next, By Michael Albert

Linking the riots to the media scandal
http://universityforstrategico​​12/linking-the-riots-to-the-me​ dia-scandal/

Tottenham: Neoliberal Riots and the Possibility of Politics

There is a Context to London’s Riots which Cannot be Ignored, by Nina Power:

London Calling: A Haunting Glimpse into our Future?, By Jérôme E. Roos

Things Fall Apart, By William Bowles

#riotcleanup or #riotwhitewash?

Deptford United – You’re Invited, Opportunity Knocks Us, and From Stockholm Syndrome to Self-Representation, Ewa Jasiewicz

Darcus Howe and Richard Seymour on Democracy Now,

Statement by Arts Against the Cut

London Riot Pt 2, Arts Against the Cuts:

An open letter to those who condemn looting (Part one):

An open letter to those who condemn looting (Part two):

Violence at the Edge: Tottenham, Athens, Paris:

A time of riot: England and the world, Paul Rogers

Riots: The left must respond, by James O’Nions :

“Recreational looting” in perspective:

The Riots: A grim mirror image of neoliberal Britain, by Tom Fox:

Criminality and Rewards – Max von Sudo:

Britain and its Rabble:

‘Panic on the Streets of London’, blogpost by Laurie Penny:

From Self-Mutilation to Self-Organisation

North London Solidarity Federation’s Response to the London Riots

The London Riots: On Consumerism Coming Home to Roost, by Zygmunt

‘AA+ for the Rioters?’ blogpost by The Free Association:

These Riots are the Fruits of Austerity

The riots: Marcus Dowe vs Mr Jones

The other side of ‘we’re all in it together’

Riot Thoughts

A FITWatchers view of the riots:

These riots reflect a society run on greed and looting, Seamus Milne,

These riots reveal some unpalatable home truths

‘A Message to a Country on Fire’, statements by London Anti-Cuts Space:

‘Five Quick Points on The Riots’, by Kenan Malik:

‘Don’t Moralise, Don’t Judge, Don’t Take Pictures – It’s Time for the
Riots to get radical, Daniel Harvey:

Darcus Howe on the BBC:

Interesting interview from the London Streets:

Interview with Tottenham local the morning of Sunday 7th August:

“Truly extraordinary speech by Fearless and Brave Lady to Hackney London

Badiou article about the ‘Banlieue riots’ in France (2005). Worth a read

This from Paul Mason in Feb – Twenty reasons why it’s kicking off everywhere

Moral Economy of the Crowd

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