The Majority as a Sect X

“25 YEARS OF NEOLIBERALISM MADE SURE THAT THE SOCIETAL MISFORTUNE HAS TURNED INTO A COMPLETELY ABSTRACT FACTOR.”

The demands of the Bundestag election campaign are dropping by the hour, there is no hope for the »day after«. The media, who have humor their clientele, are talking the question if Mrs. Merkel is going to govern on together with the FDP or the Green Party up as Sophie’s Choice of the whole republic. You should not try to find the reasons for this dreariness, whose complementary part is the persistence of the racism of the AfD, at the place where people are complaining as vociferously as cheaply about it – in the political operations. In a series, that will be continued up to the »day after« Felix Klopotek will analyze the fundamental structures of the »politics of the center«, in which rise and fall of the political morality will solidify exemplarily.

Fighting first, solidarity second
Many leftists, especially those who are organized in a party or union, are complaining about a continuously worsening state of desolidarization in these weeks and months …

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Dear Kaput readers, like for many others the current Corona pandemic is creating an existential crisis for our team of freelancers and also the editorial team. Until today we all contributed within the last five years for free to Kaput (with exception of the guest-editoral-series). That was simply only possible cause we all made our money somewher…

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Miruna Boruzescu – Interview

Borusiade: “I am very concerned about what we are experiencing as humans of today and how we handle our planet, ourselves, our environment”

"This relief, please breathe in, now we start, you breathe out, in your mind so deep in there’s a…

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Steve Blame – Interview

Steve Blame: „I don’t have the money – I have the passion!“

"Money and career are unimportant in the grand scheme of things. When you look after someone who is …

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Gabi Delgado – Farewell to a shining star

Gabi Delgado: “Nimm dir was du willst“

"The ever young punk Gabi Delgado, he will forever have a special place in my heart. There are not m…

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Indo-American EDM musician Madame Gandhi on her India connection, bad habits and her way of activism.

Madame Gandhi: Envision a more positive future

I want to make my feminism accessible. I've always led from a really positive place I've always want…

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Arya Zappa – Interview

Arya Zappa: „What is real? This question drives me and is at the center of my work.“

The world of Arya Zappa brings up many references. Of course one has to think of Grace Jones, but al…

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Trans activist Doel Rakshit writes a personal piece on the current protests in India and why it’s worth fighting.

Alliance of Anxieties – Queer Narratives in the Urban Popular Culture of India

Trans activist Doel Rakshit writes – as the first of three articles conducted to kaput by guest e…

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