The Final Straw: On the uprisings in Bosnia with Minel Abaz
This week, we make some announcements concerning benefits in NC for water distribution in WV and a benefit in Durham for Luke O'Donovan.
Sean Swain speaks on the case of the Lakota activist and prisoner Timothy Little Rock Reed and it's implications for the legal system in the U.S.
The bulk of our show is an interview with Bosnain activist, antifascist, anti-capitalist and anti-authoritarian Minel Abaz about the protests that've been shaking Bosnia in Herzegovina since early February and chasing out Cantonal governments. We talk about the nature of the demands by those in the streets, what has sparked them and about the public plenaries that've formed and discuss what they might do. There's also a BRIEF history lesson on the development of Bosnia since the breakup of Yugoslavia.
A recently translated article from Slobodari.wordpress.com (a slavic language site concerning anarchist perspectives) can be found here by the title of "How did Bosnian uprising failed and what have we learned?"