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  • Le Passant Ordinaire
    Notre Monde 2013 119 un film de Thomas Lacoste Rassemblant plus de 35 intervenants philosophes sociologues économistes magistrats médecins universitaires et écrivains Notre Monde propose un espace d expression pour travailler comme nous y enjoint Jean Luc Nancy à une pensée commune Plus encore qu un libre espace de parole Notre Monde s appuie sur un ensemble foisonnant de propositions concrètes pour agir comme un rappel essentiel individuel et collectif faites de la politique et de préférence autrement Retour Le Passant Ordinaire n 19 avril 1998 mai 1998 Acheter la version imprimée de ce numéro Voir l édito LE DOSSIER Ce gorille qui nous regarde par André Benedetto LE PANIER DE LA MÉNAGÈRE C est un Passant Ordinaire par Christian Malaurie Lettre ouverte à celui qui m a violée par Une passante Soutenez nous Abonnez vous et recevez la revue imprimée La bande passante Réseau international de pensées critiques de pratiques alternatives et de créations contemporaines Le ministère de la haine ou les dérives de la République Appel à souscription Préachetez le DVD ou devenez coproducteur du film en faisant un don à l Autre association Appel Nous exigeons la suppression du ministère de l Identité nationale et de l

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  • Le Passant Ordinaire
    Université le grand soir Réfutations Sortie du DVD de Notre Monde Notre Monde Notre Monde 2013 119 un film de Thomas Lacoste Rassemblant plus de 35 intervenants philosophes sociologues économistes magistrats médecins universitaires et écrivains Notre Monde propose un espace d expression pour travailler comme nous y enjoint Jean Luc Nancy à une pensée commune Plus encore qu un libre espace de parole Notre Monde s appuie sur un ensemble foisonnant de propositions concrètes pour agir comme un rappel essentiel individuel et collectif faites de la politique et de préférence autrement Retour Le Passant Ordinaire n 18 février 1998 mars 1998 Acheter la version imprimée de ce numéro Voir l édito L ORDINOIRE Le syndrome de Bordeaux par Jacques Fénimore Soutenez nous Abonnez vous et recevez la revue imprimée La bande passante Réseau international de pensées critiques de pratiques alternatives et de créations contemporaines Le ministère de la haine ou les dérives de la République Appel à souscription Préachetez le DVD ou devenez coproducteur du film en faisant un don à l Autre association Appel Nous exigeons la suppression du ministère de l Identité nationale et de l Immigration Filmographie Retrouvez tous les films de Thomas Lacoste L Autre Campagne

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  • Le Passant Ordinaire
    de Thomas Lacoste Rassemblant plus de 35 intervenants philosophes sociologues économistes magistrats médecins universitaires et écrivains Notre Monde propose un espace d expression pour travailler comme nous y enjoint Jean Luc Nancy à une pensée commune Plus encore qu un libre espace de parole Notre Monde s appuie sur un ensemble foisonnant de propositions concrètes pour agir comme un rappel essentiel individuel et collectif faites de la politique et de préférence autrement Le Passant recherche des traducteurs Devant le développement des contributions étrangères dans nos colonnes et notre volonté d ouverture au monde nous recherchons des traducteurs bénévoles en allemand arabe italien portugais et russe Dotés d une grande aisance rédactionnelle ils seront amenés à traduire des auteurs et nous assisteront dans nos échanges avec l étranger Si cette proposition vous intéresse merci de contacter la rédaction La rédaction Soutenez nous Abonnez vous et recevez la revue imprimée La bande passante Réseau international de pensées critiques de pratiques alternatives et de créations contemporaines Le ministère de la haine ou les dérives de la République Appel à souscription Préachetez le DVD ou devenez coproducteur du film en faisant un don à l Autre association Appel Nous exigeons la suppression du ministère

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  • Le Passant Ordinaire
    et luttes sociales Coffret Justice 20 DVD Les mauvais jours finiront Rétention de sûreté Université le grand soir Réfutations Sortie du DVD de Notre Monde Notre Monde Notre Monde 2013 119 un film de Thomas Lacoste Rassemblant plus de 35 intervenants philosophes sociologues économistes magistrats médecins universitaires et écrivains Notre Monde propose un espace d expression pour travailler comme nous y enjoint Jean Luc Nancy à une pensée commune Plus encore qu un libre espace de parole Notre Monde s appuie sur un ensemble foisonnant de propositions concrètes pour agir comme un rappel essentiel individuel et collectif faites de la politique et de préférence autrement Soutenez nous Abonnez vous et recevez la revue imprimée La bande passante Réseau international de pensées critiques de pratiques alternatives et de créations contemporaines Le ministère de la haine ou les dérives de la République Appel à souscription Préachetez le DVD ou devenez coproducteur du film en faisant un don à l Autre association Appel Nous exigeons la suppression du ministère de l Identité nationale et de l Immigration Filmographie Retrouvez tous les films de Thomas Lacoste L Autre Campagne un livre un site L Autre Campagne c est un livre collectif à paraître en

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  • Dulled Edges from Capital, Volume One, Part Two By Anthony Macris
    off You know you love Penny for the first time you know that you really love Penny You fix that love in your gaze but you don t know if it s coming towards you or drifting away It s not her fault Night after night you would lie in this bed Penny sleeping beside you You would lie there and listen to the thunder of the last passenger jets haul themselves into the sky before the 11 p m curfew You would lie there trying and completely failing not to picture yourself aboard one of those jets with Christina Often you would be going up to see her in Brisbane the winter flights so calm that the plane barely seemed to be moving the summer flights often passing through the tail end of cyclones that filled the skies with towers of bruised clouds and violent head winds that left you still shaking an hour after you got off the plane Night after night you would lie in this bed hating yourself trying not to think of your flight to London Christina happy and exhilarated by your side and the return trip taken three years later the seat beside you mostly empty occasionally occupied by the bare feet of a backpacker who had stretched out over the empty row of seats to get what rest she could You think you might be falling asleep you aren t quite sure The dim outlines of some of Penny s furniture emerge out of the darkness an old cedar wardrobe a pine chest of drawers but then merge back into it Or is it that your eyes are closing finally heavy with sleep For a moment the bed seems to be moving you imagine it s a raft and you are floating down a river of dark soundless water Penny sits at the boat s oars or at least a strange version of Penny Everything about her is slightly heightened her hair is that little bit glossier her skin is that little bit rosier her bright yellow T shirt is remarkably uncreased after what has been a long day She pulls at the oars and smiles at you with complete happiness You soon realise that you are not the only one she is smiling at Pressed up against you is a young boy around seven years old You look down at him amazed He looks up at you smiling There is no mistaking the resemblance he is your son He leans happily against you and smiles at his rowing mother You sit there feeling a bit useless until you realise that there is something pulling at your hand it is a line of string rising up into the sky Your gaze follows it and floating up into the nether reaches of what is now an impossibly high ceiling or is it the sky is a bright orange diamond shaped kite its tail fluttering against what could either be the patterns of the pressed metal ceiling or formations of clouds you aren t sure which The string pulls tighter and the kite begins to pull at the boat You look up The kite has been replaced by a black bird like silhouette with a jagged tail It s a Stealth fighter or perhaps a kite in the shape of a Stealth fighter it s impossible to tell It doesn t pull the boat in a straight line it traces a circle in the sky the boat repeating the shape on the surface of the water Penny rests her oars surprised clearly worried but reluctant to express it in front of your son who is laughing loudly he thinks it s great fun You give Penny a reassuring look even though you are perturbed that this woman may not really be Penny It occurs to you that she might be an actor who has been made up to look like Penny which would make this young boy an actor who is merely playing your son Suddenly the Stealth fighter pulls harder dispelling these thoughts and before long the boat is going round and round with alarming speed Your son starts to shout let go Daddy let go Penny her composure suddenly collapsing starts to shout it as well The intensity of their fear stuns you and it takes you a moment to realise they mean the string You let go of it You wait for the kickback at the release of tension but it doesn t come in fact the boat picks up speed gliding round with great precision as if propelled by a powerful but silent engine You cling to the sides before long you will all be thrown out Penny and your son are now screaming in naked terror You can t bear to watch their faces You are surprisingly calm You watch the Stealth fighter float up into the sky Suddenly all movement stops Everything goes black You feel the sheets on your back the cold air of the bedroom on your exposed arm The dim room seeps into view the red glow of the clock numbers the dull sheen of light on the chilly walls You are neither awake nor asleep You feel Penny sleeping beside you the rhythm of her breath overlayed by the blinking red dots Under the doona you are starting to sweat it s stifling under there but you don t dare move for waking up Penny beautiful sleeping Penny You look up at the ceiling to see if the kite is still there It has vanished Instead Margaret Thatcher s face looms above you She looks exactly as she did in the television interview you watched earlier that evening Her auburn hair is aglow her brocade tunic luminous She is eyeing you carefully She sucks gently meditatively on her teeth She cocks her head to one side and asks you firmly but not unkindly How many frothy coffees did you buy this week You take a

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  • The Journey to an Empty Room By Marc Atkins
    noiseless music while reading a book of photographs the woman is I ve never known her name and she has rarely spoken to me but has always smiled in a distracted sort of way whenever I ve kissed her She has always been in the room as she is now with her obligatory white face dark around the eyes and deep red lips It is cold and I love her Speaking as she does with a thirty something accent and wearing a thirties something dress tears run down my face and form into the figurines I curiously once threw away I am here in an anonymous room with a woman who is standing with her face close to my face starring into my eyes Her name I do not know The pages of the book lying on the floor near the slightly open window rustle My attention turned from watching the silent traffic on the road far below me to the book that did not move again as it lay in the moonlight half shadowed by the blinds Looking back to the thing here in my hands I watch it falling apart its scar covered form of rotting flesh and tender new buds has been dying and crumbling away now for many nights and though hardly aware I see I have carried it all my life The lights are falling from the sky as its shape deforms From what I can see of its insides where it was once swirling in vivid colour it is now sluggish and pastel Fading it gains weight this thing that once shone almost floating from my hands in its eagerness to reach out and touch all that surrounded it I am told it is possible to unstitch it from my hands put it down and walk away I slide down the wall to the once wet warped floorboards Sitting then within stillness of this dark dry dusty room I watch the undulation of shadows measure a final journey across the rotting floor I understand now these are the only four hours of the life long day worth living in these last hours of dark dreams and fearful wonderings Here then I sit with the final turning on of the dark cold amongst the blackness I feel it an object of nothingness cling to my skin its senseless weight burying me in its mock grain flecks of light spark from its friction against my eyes Tasteless it clogs my mouth breaths of solid air petrify my unstretched lungs as I am frozen in its glare It murmurs in my ears speaking low borderless phrases of lawless intentions while the fingers of blank forms pick away my dreams In a lost mind songs of desperation whine that I am in the wrong place pushing free against my will attacked on all sides by things that cannot move I lay oppressed sucked dry of the memory of light But I remembered the split second twilight just as

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  • J"U.S. Withdrawal?" By Immanuel Wallerstein
    and the siege of Najaf by the U S armed forces half measures seem to be the only realistic choice Full measures promise even greater disaster for the United States What would really happen if the U S withdrew First we need to know what it means to withdraw all troops or some troops immediately soon or when the situation stabilizes There is clearly today no central government in Iraq and there is no army since the U S disbanded the only one Iraq had There is scarcely a police force The United Nations representative Lakhdar Brahimi says he is hoping to achieve agreement on a brand new central government by the end of May which would be an interim government of experts until the holding of elections projected for January 2005 In the meantime the U S proconsul Paul Bremer says he is hoping to reconstitute an Iraqi army using some of the old generals who were only nominally members of the Baath party This is being roundly denounced by the former Pentagon favorite Ahmed Chalibi who has been in charge of de Baathification of Iraq Chalibi who has been unable to demonstrate that he has any popular support anywhere in Iraq is also opposed to Brahimi s plan which would eliminate him and his party from the government probably permanently So maybe there will an army of some sort by January 2005 There are also militias of varying importance at least two that are Kurdish at least two that are Shi ite and probably one that could be easily constituted in Sunni areas This is the source of the frequent argument that left alone now Iraq would fall into civil war This seemed more likely three months ago U S incompetence has created nationalist links among these rival factions And U S military actions in Falluja and Najaf may seal a new unity or at least something strong enough to reduce radically the likelihood of anything resembling what happened in Bosnia in the 1990s We have recently learned through the book by Bob Woodward that Colin Powell reminded George W Bush as he was making his decision to invade of the antique store theory of intervention in foreign zones If you break it you own it That is what the New York Times is now saying The United States is obliged to press forward Obliged Surely not legally Morally Let us look at that more closely If you hurt someone and make his situation worse should you stay around and offer to help Well yes if that would be a remedy and would be welcomed by the person you re helping But certainly not if that would make the situation still worse Personally I don t see that what Bremer plus Gen Abizaid are doing is remedying anything The situation is steadily deteriorating And the thing the Iraqis are complaining about most vociferously now even those who were initially somewhat friendly to the invaders is that the U

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  • How America Determines Friends and Foes By Noam Chomsky
    United States has engaged in large and small scale terrorist attacks against Cuba since 1959 including the Bay of Pigs invasion and the bizarre plots to kill Castro Direct U S participation in the attacks ended during the late 70s at least officially In 1989 the first president Bush granted a pardon to Orlando Bosch one of the most notorious anti Castro terrorists accused of masterminding the bombing of a Cuban airliner in 1976 Bush overruled the Justice Department which had refused an asylum request from Bosch concluding The security of this nation is affected by its ability to urge credible other nations to refuse aid and shelter to terrorists whose target we too often become Recognizing that the United States was going to harbour anti Castro terrorists Cuban agents infiltrated those networks In 1998 high level FBI officials were sent to Havana where they were given thousands of pages of documentation and hundreds of hours of videotape about terrorist actions organized by cells in Florida The FBI reacted by arresting the people who provided the information including a group now known as the Cuban Five The arrests were followed by what amounted to a show trial in Miami The Five were sentenced three to life sentences for espionage and the leader Gerardo Hernandez also for conspiracy to murder after convictions that are now being appealed Meanwhile people regarded by the FBI and Justice Department as dangerous terrorists live happily in the United States and continue to plot and implement crimes The list of terrorists in residence in the United States also includes Emmanuel Constant from Haiti known as Toto a former paramilitary leader from the Duvalier era Constant is the founder of the FRAPH Front for Advancement of Progress in Haiti the paramilitary group that carried out most of the state terror in the early 1990s under the military junta that overthrew president Jean Bertrand Aristide At last report Constant was living in Queens N Y The United States has refused Haiti s request for extradition The reason it is generally assumed is that Constant might reveal ties between Washington and the military junta that killed 4 000 to 5 000 Haitians with Constant s paramilitary forces playing the leading role The gangsters leading the current coup in Haiti include FRAPH leaders For the United States Cuba has long been the primary concern in the hemisphere A declassified 1964 State Department document declares Fidel Castro to be an intolerable threat because he represents a successful defiance of the United States a negation of our whole hemispheric policy of almost a century and a half since the Monroe Doctrine declared that no challenge to U S dominance would be tolerated in the hemisphere Venezuela now presents a similar problem A recent lead article in the Wall Street Journal says Fidel Castro has found a key benefactor and heir apparent to the cause of derailing the U S s agenda in Latin America Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez As it happens last

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