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Brazil's right-wing rising – Part 3: The oil plants sell out

category brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana | anti-fascism | link to audio author Donnerstag Mai 16, 2019 14:42author by Bruno Lima Rocha Report this post to the editors

Part 3 of an audio series debating the reasons for the right-wing rising in Brazil, contextualising and analysing the rise of Bolsonaro and the right-wing in Brazil.

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Part 3 of an audio series debating the reasons for the right-wing rising in Brazil, contextualising and analysing the rise of Bolsonaro and the right-wing in Brazil.

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smashracismandfascism imageSolidarity note to the US fighters 11:57 Fr 18 Aug by CAB 0 comments

The Brazilian Anarchist Coordination (CAB) expresses its repudiation and indignation against the fascist attack that left 1 person dead and more than 20 injured in Charlottesville, USA.

imageBrazil: Fascism advances Okt 24 by Federación Anarquista Uruguaya 0 comments

Special Opinion Letter from the Uruguayan Anarchist Federation about the current political moment in Brazil, October 2018. [Castellano]

imageNote on the current state of class struggle in Brazil Okt 18 by Brazilian Anarchist Coordination 0 comments

The current Brazilian political scenario demands a lot of lucidity and coolness from all the people’s fighters and their analysis of reality. We, the Brazilian Anarchist Coordination, modestly seek to make our contribution to the understanding of the convulsive political-social scenario, the main line of which is in the legal-parliamentary coup that toppled Dilma Rousseff from government. We have recently experienced the so-called exhaustion of the New Republic pact of 1988. Said pact maintained the social exclusion of those at the bottom of society, while guaranteeing minimal legal rights, in a coalition involving bourgeois politicians, businessmen, the military and part of the reformist sectors of the left. The construction of the Brazilian state, however, has always been closer to the interests of the imperialist powers of the day than to the majority of the population. A penal state for the poor has always been the norm for the institutions of bourgeois democracy. The PT governments, since Lula, have increased the criminal machinery of public order with a whole legislative-judicial apparatus that reproduced the super-incarceration of blacks and the poor and the repressive apparatus that attacks social struggles. The pact of class conciliation was broken and collaborationism ripped open to give way to the aggressive agenda of financial capitalism over social rights, partial freedoms and public goods – which were historic victories of the popular movement. [Português] [Castellano] [Italiano] [Ελληνικά]

imageSolidarity note to the US fighters Aug 18 Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira (CAB) 0 comments

The Brazilian Anarchist Coordination (CAB) expresses its repudiation and indignation against the fascist attack that left 1 person dead and more than 20 injured in Charlottesville, USA.

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