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Yes And No: *T N HALE We nee to talk okoy Activism - Amadeo Bordiga Featured Posted By Alias Recluse Nov 23 2014 22:06 Tags Amadeo Bordiga activism, class struggle, Marxism The 'Madurization' of Chavismo: anarchist statement on Venezuela Statement from the Anarchist Federation of Central America and the Caribbean on the ongoing crisis in Venezuela, its origins, and the need to resist both the Bolivarian government and its right-.. Share Tweet Related ERMIT YOU TO VOTE AWAY THEIR WEALTH Theory and action in Marxist doctrine- Amadeo Bordiga Bordiga versus Pannekoek Antagonism Resolution of the conference of the Abstentionist Communist Fraction of the Italian Socialist Party Bordigism- Antonio ACH NAR Beyond the Scottish referendum Mike Sabot A look at the 2014 referendum on Scottish independence written by Edinburgh Anarchist Federation member, Mike Sabot, in a personal capacity, criticising both the Yes and No campaigns Comments (17) In this short article first published in 1952, Amaded Bordiga addresses the question of "activism"'as "an the nkon Boioa illness of the workers movement" that exaggerates (1926-1946)- Philippe the "possibilities of the subjective factors of the Bourrinet class struggle" and neglects theoretical preparation, which he claims is of paramount importance because of the need for consciousness to be "expressed in the class party, which is in the last analysis the determinant factor of the transformation of the bourgeois crisis into the revolutionary catastrophe of all of society", claiming furthermore that, "in the party, consciousness precedes action, unlike what takes place among the masses and at the level of the individual." An important book the unknown Bordiga Attached files Drop ot Tune in! -AngryWorkersWorld hot autumn/winter plans We're back from our tour and want to invite you to come out to Greenford, West-London or a similarly remote corner of the internet to hatch some wicked plans. The ideas we came up with so far... Comments (1)
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<p>Me encantan estas recopilaciones culturales sobre todo cuando hablan de tu país y&hellip; no lo compartes. </p><p>Lo de tocarse la oreja en España no me suena nada de nada. ¿Soy el único?</p>: AROUND THE WORLD HEAD Nodding your head generally means agreement or approval But Bulgarians and Greeks, for example, are known for their unusual manner of saying yes and no: Nodding up and down signifies a negative. N EYES Good eye contact is expected in the West. Strong eye contact is most notable in Spain, Greece, and Arab countries. Finns and Japanese are embarrassed by another's stare, and seek eye contact only at the beginning of a conversation. EARS The Portuguese tug their earlobesto indicate tasty food, but in Italy this gesture has sexual connotations, ...and in Spain it means someone is not paying for N their drinks. NOSE A hearty nose blow into a handkerchief is typical in the West, while public nose blowing is frowned upon by the Japanese. Tapping your ose means "confidential" in England, but "watch out" in Italy. LIPS In some cultures-Filipino, Native American, Puerto Rican, and many Latin American cultures people use their lips to point, instead of a finger. In the West, people often kiss when they meet or when they say goodbye; in many Asian countries, it is considered too intimate of an action to be displayed in public. ARMS Many cultures use their arms freely, as in ltaly, where they often wave their arms around when talking, or the US. But northern Europeans find it hard to tolerate gesturing with the arms, associating it with insincerity and over-dramatization. In Japan, gesturing with broad arm movements is considered impolite. HANDS The American "goodbye" wave can be interpreted as the signal for "no" in many parts of Europe and Latin America. The Italian goodbye wave can be interpreted by Americans as "come here." The American "come here gesture can be seen as an insult in most Asian countries. In Malaysia it is taboo to point with your index finger, but you can point with vour thumb."Thumbs up" is used in many cultures, none more so than Brazil however, ..where the signal is used everywhere. However, it's a rude sexual signal in some Islamic countries, Sardinia and Greece, and can signify he number "1" in France. LEGS Sitting crosslegged s common in North America and some European countries, ...but it's viewed as disrespecttul to show the sole of your shoe to another person in Asia and the Middle East. BUSINESS INSIDER Source: "When Cultures Collide: Leading Across Cultures" by Richard Lewis and NACADA (http://www.nacada.ksu.edul) <p>Me encantan estas recopilaciones culturales sobre todo cuando hablan de tu país y&hellip; no lo compartes. </p><p>Lo de tocarse la oreja en España no me suena nada de nada. ¿Soy el único?</p>

<p>Me encantan estas recopilaciones culturales sobre todo cuando hablan de tu país y&hellip; no lo compartes. </p><p>Lo de tocarse la ore...

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