Questions To a Worker who Reads – Movie Trailer – English Subtitles

Questions To a Worker who Reads – Movie Trailer – English Subtitles

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(It’s going to end, it’s going to end, the
union bureaucracy) -Yes, I read a lot. -But because I like it. Because I realized that I was gross -That was the first thing I noticed. That I was a brute -Then I say: we have to read -I realized that fundamentally after the ’65 strike -When I was chosen delegate -That was against my will, I did not want to be a delegate (Sitrac, Sitrac) (“At the moment there is a small assembly”) -For the first time someone raised their voice in front of the bureaucracy (It’s going to end, it’s going to end, the union bureaucracy) -That was a social project. That had an echo, a relationship -With the class struggle -Assemblies, comrades, are sovereign! -And we think that the workers and their leaders must always -They have to consolidate in their bases -Leaning on the forces of the workers is something that leads to triumph -Classism returned to take up a tradition -And the dictatorship was necessary in order to take back everything (Three other assault cars arrive and a transport of detainees) (An army helicopter is flying over the area…) -What I had to do was train myself -To understand that society here, if not directed by the workers, is directed by the companies (seventies’ spirit come back today)
(People who can not say, don’t get involved) QUESTIONS TO A WORKER WHO READS
A film by Hugo Colombini

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