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Fort Apache – Syriza, el cambio empieza en Grecia

Para un nuevo trato.

Para un nuevo trato.

Publicado el 18 de ene. de 2015
El próximo 25 de enero se celebran en Grecia elecciones generales y la gran favorita para ganarlas es la Coalición de la Izquierda Radical más conocida como Syriza. Desde su nacimiento en 2004 ha seguido una trayectoria ascendente pasando del 3,3 % de los votos en 2004 a alcanzar el 26,58 % en las últimas elecciones griegas.

Con un programa político similar al que propone Podemos en España; auditoría de la deuda, aumentar los impuestos a los grandes capitales, combatir la defraudación fiscal y la defensa de los derechos humanos; Syriza puede iniciar el cambio en el sur de Europa y servir de ejemplo a otros países como España.

En Fort Apache, con una mesa de nivel, analizaremos las próximas elecciones griegas y el papel que puede desemeoar Syriza en caso de vencer.

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Where in the world is my data center?

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@Data center operators are looking to differentiate themselves on efficiency and geography, says Kevin Timmons, the CTO of co-location data center operator CyrusOne, at GigaOM’s Structure event on Thursday.

The Mouse That Roared – a documentary film

Documentary on Birgitta Jónsdóttir, parliamentarian, activist, poet, Buddhist, single mom fighting to make Iceland the free speech capital of the digital world.



Tahar Ben Jelloun y Lina Ben Mhenni en Gutun Zuria 2012

Publicado el 23/04/2012 por 

Tahar Ben Jelloun y Lina Ben Mhenni intercambian impresiones sobre la llamada “Primavera árabe” en Gutun Zuria 2012


Iceland spurns Chinese investor in land deal #Iceland
Iceland’s economy boomed in the run-up to the global financial crisis that started in 2008. Like the Vikings of yore, Icelandic banks carried off the riches from their neighboring countries. Instead of pillaging, they merely offered high-interest bank accounts. But once the crisis hit, Iceland’s banking sector collapsed, plunging the whole country into dire financial crisis.

This is where Chinese businessman Huang Nubo stepped in. Huang was on track to buy a 300 square kilometer parcel of land, that’s 0.3 percent the total size of Iceland. He had a vision of developing the land into a luxury resort. But Iceland’s government blocked the deal. Some suspect that the Chinese government was behind the purchase somehow and had some nefarious plans.

Huang cried foul, saying that the deal was nixed because of anti-Chinese sentiments and that the west is being hypocritical by calling for China to open up its markets while hampering Chinese investment in their own. Is the rest of the world truly happy to see China as an emerging power?

Whatever the case may be, Chinese buyers are going on a shopping spree around the world as the Great Recession causes asset prices to drop in various European and American countries.


Sami Naïr – La Primavera Árabe

Entrevista a Sami Naïr sobre los procesos de caída de regímenes dictatoriales y democratización en los países del norte de África.
Sami Naïr es un politólogo, filósofo, sociólogo y catedrático francés, especialista en movimientos migratorios y creador del concepto de codesarrollo. Es Catedrático en Ciencias Políticas y Director del Centro Mediterráneo Andalusí (CMA) de la Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla.

Sami Naïr – La Primavera Árabe from ATTAC.TV on Vimeo.


Birgitta Jonsdottir – Legalizing Freedom of Information, Nordic Techpolitics 2011

Member of Parliament in Iceland, Birgitta Jonsdottir about “Legalizing Freedom of Information” at the Nordic Techpolitics conference in Oslo September 2nd 2011

Birgitta Jonsdottir – Legalizing Freedom of Information, Nordic Techpolitics 2011 from on Vimeo.

Panel – “More Democracy, More Openness” – Heidi Lunde Nordby, Birgitta Jonsdottir, Jon Wessel Aas, Bård Vegar Solhjell from on Vimeo.


Panel – “More Democracy, More Openness” in a Freedom of Speech Perspective Heidi Lunde Nordby (moderator), Birgitta Jonsdottir, Member of Parliament, Iceland, Jon Wessel Aas (Bing/Hodneland), Bård Vegar Solhjell (Norway), Parlamentarian Leader, Socalist Left – Held at the Nordic Techpolitics conference in Oslo, September 2nd 201


Lessons from Iceland’s Economic Crisis

As the first country to experience the full force of the global economic crisis, Iceland is now held up as an example by some of how to overcome deep economic dislocation without undoing the social fabric. Professor Stiglitz discusses lessons learned.


RevolutionTruth Panels – Occupy 2012: Battle for our Freedoms

On Jan. 19, 2012, RevolutionTruth hosted a live panel discussion with Michael Moore, Chris Hedges, Kevin Zeese, Dr. Margaret Flowers, Birgitta Jónsdóttir, & Jimmy Holovat.

We discussed The Occupy Movement’s complex identity, what it has meant to people, strengths and weaknesses of this nascent movement, and hopes for its future. We explored ideas on how to engender real change in a world where millions understand the imperative of a profound course correction in our systems and the need for real hope and vision for our collective futures.


IMMI Icelandic Modern Media Initiative.

The International Modern Media Institute is working towards rethinking media regulation for the digital age. We want to help better protect freedom of the press the world over by researching best practices in law and promoting their widespread adoption.

We drafted the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative. The Icelandic Parliament unanimously agreed to task the government with implementing the protections we proposed, and this work is now in progress.

IMMI, the institute, aims to further drive the implementation of this legal framework as well as help scholars, activists and lawmakers achieve similar legislative change in their own countries. The video below focuses on Iceland but does an excellent job of explaining the ideas behind IMMI.