Meanwhile

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John Peter Berger was an English art critic, novelist, painter and author. His novel G. won the 1972 Booker Prize, and his essay on art criticism Ways of Seeing, written as an accompaniment to a BBC series, is often used as a college text.

Later he was self exiled to continental Europe, living between the french Alps in summer and the suburbs of Paris in winter. Since then, his production has incre

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  1. says:

    The Gulag no longer exists. Millions work, however,
    under conditions that are not very different. What has
    changed is the forensic logic applied to workers and
    criminals.
    During the Gulag political prisoners, categorized as
    criminals, were reduced to slave-labourers. Today
    millions of brutally exploited workers are being reduced
    to the status of criminals.
    The Gulag equation "criminal = slave labourer" has
    been rewritten by neoliberalism to become "worker =
    hidden criminal". The whole drama of global migration
    is expressed in this new formula: those who work are
    latent criminals. When accused, they are found guilty
    of trying at all costs to survive.

  2. says:

    "I'm searching for works to describe the period of history we're living through. I'm searching for a complex definition—I'm looking for nothing more than a figurative image to serve as a landmark. The landmark I've found is that of prison. Nothing less. Across the planet we are living in a prison", concludes English art critic and cultural theorist John Berger.

    MEANWHILE is a short and, as expected, very erudite comment on the invisible penitentiary the common man finds himself in. Quoting Michel Foucault specifically, Berger argues that it is financial capital not industrial capital that has become the new currency of "liberty", a concept so tangled within the mesh of utilitarian philosophy and so-called modernity, that Berger can arrive at only this supreme irony: "Liberty is slowly being founded not outside but in the depths of the prison." And you know what? We might be prisoners, but at least there is hope.

  3. says:

    Não conhecia a o Jonh Berg nem a sua obra, cheguei aos seus textos pela leitura de forma curiosa das sinopses dos seus livros recentemente publicados pela Antígona. Esta obra trata-se de um pequeno ensaio onde sobre a retrospetiva da evolução do conceito de prisão e da sua função na sociedade. Parte da ideia da masmorra, explica a criação da ideia de penitenciária desenvolvida por parte de Jeremy Bentham, o panótico, e por fim, chega aos tempos atuais, vincando o pós-Primeira Guerra Mundial, onde, a penitenciária perde a centralidade, e passando a pobreza e a exclusão social a tomar o seu lugar.
    Berg considera que o funcionamento do Estado-Nação perdeu efeito, que é um conceito de organização social que se tornou redundante face ao poder da economia de mercado e da sua exigência por lucro. É a exigência do lucro por parte dos capitalistas, extraterritoriais que vivem atrás dos muros dos grandes condomínios fechados, que tudo decidem, é sob a margem de lucro que as decisões políticas são tomadas e os governos, sendo de direita ou de esquerda, não definem um rumo, apenas obedecem tendo o lucro como objetivo.
    Por outro lado, é referida a ação da doutrinação, que está destinada a uma elite, aos operacionais da alta finança, dos mercados e os peritos da gestão de empresas. Quanto à restante população, vive com a permanente degradação das suas condições de vida, são mantidos anestesiados por canais de informação e desinformação que lhes criam uma sensação de risco, de insegurança, tornando-os mais permissivos aos constantes abusos do capital, desconfiados e despertando o individualismo na sua ação. A sociedade é assim organizada em função dos capitalistas, existindo uma grande massa de trabalhadores assalariados e um grupo de pobres socialmente excluídos, e é para estes últimos que as condições desta prisão reconfigurada pelo liberalismo económico é mais pesada.
    Finalmente Berg diz-nos que os atos determinados de uma resistência prolongada ao capitalismo e às grandes multinacionais, têm de ser efetuado a nível local, uma vez que as tradições estão mais consolidadas e assim são as mais difíceis de remover apenas pelo efeito da margem de lucro.

  4. says:

    The value of this essay is almost zero, except for the small part that illuminates the socialist mindset more than it is common in these kind of books.
    It is amazing how many otherwise functional persons fall into this crap, but let me break this into pieces.
    Berger's thesis, albeit bombastic, is unoriginal, it is exactly the same of Foucault's, the purpose of it is to undermine liberal democracies by falsely equating them with other forms of Gulag.
    The starting premise of the whole thing is a conference with the poet Adrienne Rich, in which she mentioned that 1 in every 136 of americans is incarcerated. This is the Big Bang to his whole theory. Has Berger anything to say about violence and how can we solve it? Well, not quite. But he has all to say about how liberal democracies are actually genocidal dictatorships.

    The Gulag no longer exists. Millions work, however,
    under conditions that are not very different.


    Since when have we in liberal democracies been executed for rejecting to accept the government's utopian ideals? It is simply a false equivalence, and not an innocent one. By equating both, Berger do advance, subrepticiously, with an excuse for the atrocities made in name of communism/socialism, it is simply something that happens everywhere, he claims, except it doesn't.

    An intringuing thought emerges. From where does Berger take the idea that we all live in a prison, let's check.

    Fifteen million Mexican women and men work in
    the US without papers and are consequently illegal. A concrete wall of 1,200 kilometres and a ''virtual'' all of 1,800 watchtowers are being planned along the
    frontier between the US and Mexico. Ways around
    them though - all of them dangerous - will of course
    be found.


    Oh, i see. Being executed in Gulags equals lacking papers.
    Brilliant logic! (for a 2 year old.)
    Note the use of all of them dangerous implying another false analogy between dictatorships and liberal democracies. It is reminiscent of what once a marxist told me when i asked him if he agreed with the stalinist dictatorship: «We all live in dictatorships, what differs is the way of applying it.» (Which was a quite revealing sentence.)

    Berger then goes on for some pages in marxist infernal circle of yawn:
    Liberal democracies = dictatorships.

    And he takes the chance to use the Newspeak and reversal of morals that Orwell warned us about when he wrote 1984 (good is evil, evil is bad, prison is liberty, liberty is prison, etc.)

    Cells have walls that touch across the world. Effective acts of
    sustained resistance will be embedded in the local,
    near and far. Outback resistance, listening to the earth.
    Liberty is slowly being found not outside but in the
    depths of the prison.


    There is, however, toward the end, a fabulous and remarkable true idea.

    Ignore the jailers' talk. There are of course bad jailers
    and less bad. In certain conditions it's useful to note the
    difference. But what they say - including the less evil
    ones - is bullshit. Their hymns, their shibboleths, their
    incanted words security, democracy, identity, civilization,
    flexibility, productivity, human rights, integration,
    terrorism,freedom are repeated and repeated in order
    to confuse, divide, distract and sedate all fellow
    prisoners.


    This is all true if we substitute the words democracy, civilization, human rights, and freedom with communism/socialism, bankrupcy, misery, and an eternal foot on the face of every individual once free.

  5. says:

    I've gone back to this essay a couple of times to remember what it was about but each time, I forget quickly.

  6. says:

    Berger defines Neoliberalism as "economic fascism" while portraying the world's citizens living in a global prison. It reflects the changes in the society, economy and politics in today's post-modern setting. And it is very bold & crystal clear.

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