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américa central / caribe / la izquierda / comunicado de prensa Monday May 16, 2011 18:32 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Con acabarse el segundo turno y, luego hoy, el traspaso de poderes de Preval a Martelly, la selección del imperialismo, junto con sus representantes en el país (particularmente en la vida política) ha terminado. A pesar de una débil participación, menos del 25 por ciento, las clases dominantes han confirmado y celebrado su farsa: así, los enemigos del pueblo han puesto un nuevo nudo en la cuerda que nos tienen por el cuello. read full story / add a comment
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américa central / caribe / la izquierda / comunicado de prensa Wednesday January 05, 2011 21:34 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
SOBRE EL PROCESO ELECTORAL
DECLARACIÓN # 3 read full story / add a comment
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amerik santral / karayib / the left / press release Wednesday January 05, 2011 21:28 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
SOU PWOSESIS ELEKTORAL LA
DEKLARASYON # 3 read full story / add a comment
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amerik santral / karayib / the left / press release Monday December 13, 2010 20:36 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
MALGRE GAGÒT, NOU MENM NAN MAS POPILÈ YO, NOU LADANN! read full story / add a comment
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américa central / caribe / imperialismo / guerra / news report Saturday June 12, 2010 23:28 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
18 de mayo 2010, ¡conmemoración del día de la bandera! Pero: ¿Cuál de las banderas? ¿La americana, la francesa, canadiense, chilena, brasilera, argentina, boliviana, ecuatoriana, paraguaya…? O ¿será la de Jordania, de Nepal, de Congo, Senegal, China, Israel, Sri Lanka…? O tal vez ¿la de los médicos sin fronteras, de los funcionarios de Oxfam…?
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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / news report Saturday June 12, 2010 23:20 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
May 18th, 2010, Flag Day commemoration! But: what flags? The American one, the French one, the Canadian, Chilean, Brazilian, Argentine, Bolivian, Ecuadorian, Paraguayan ones…? Or those of Jordan, Nepal, Congo, Senegal, China Israel, Sri Lanka…? Or, perhaps, those of Doctors without Borders or the Oxfam team? read full story / add a comment
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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Tuesday April 06, 2010 19:56 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
FRIENDS AND COMRADES IN THE CAMPS! read full story / add a comment
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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / other libertarian press Wednesday February 10, 2010 06:45 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Much has been said and much is happening. The situation is very grave. Very. This situation is maddening! The January 12th earthquake has devastated several cities in Haiti. There are several others that were struck but are not being talked about, because Port-au-Prince, Léogane, Ti Gouave, and Jacmel have all been impacted so much. As everyone knows, many, many persons have died or disappeared, many have lost limbs, many houses have been destroyed, and many have been left homeless. Many who were working lost their lives, many workers perished at work in their factories, street vendors, public sector employees, store employees, students, people in the streets and in popular neighborhoods… What a huge blow!
We must dispel from the very start any kind of divine interpretation of this disaster as an “Act of God”, a “malediction”… These considerations can only deter us and prevent us from understanding the real cause of the earthquake, which is completely natural and had been predicted by a few scientists. This trend of thought also increases our resignation, faced with a “divine intervention” and leaves us waiting helpless and alienated. On the other hand, these divine interpretations also mask the responsibility of the Haitian State, which had been forewarned and did nothing in terms of contingency planning to address some of these consequences.
Therefore, it’s important to stay level headed, to address the real problems, to think well, together, so that we can uncover the real solutions.
In doing so, we should be clear about:
• In what context, and in what conjuncture we were when the earthquake struck;
• Some of the perils we are facing;
• What we need to do to confront this challenge, and from which class interest.
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central america / caribbean / workplace struggles / press release Tuesday October 20, 2009 09:57 by Batay Ouvriye   text 1 comment (last - wednesday october 21, 2009 01:03)   image 1 image
The following is a flyer we distributed last week concerning rising quotas and increased exploitation in the factories in Haiti.
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américa central / caribe / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Tuesday August 25, 2009 22:11 by Batay Ouvriye
A pesar de la fuerte movilización popular a favor de los miserables 200 gourdes diarios (equivalente a $US 5.00 - el cambio estando a un poco más de 40 gourdes por un dólar US),

A pesar de la movilización de los obreros mismos, en masa, bajo fuerte represión, día tras día, dos semanas corridas,

A pesar del posicionamiento final de industriales locales a favor de los 200 gourdes y de todas las intervenciones de intelectuales progresistas llamando a un mínimo de justicia social,
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américa del norte / méxico / community struggles / opinión / análisis Friday June 12, 2009 00:26 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Durante la semana pasada, surgió una nueva situación en la coyuntura del país: los estudiantes de la Universidad del Estado de Haití (UEH), por primera vez, acordaron de una manera muy clara sus reivindicaciones con las de los obreros. Específicamente, se trata del ajuste del salario mínimo en debate hoy en día - los pobres 200 gourdes, más precisamente. read full story / add a comment
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américa central / caribe / migración / racismo / non-anarchist press Friday May 22, 2009 04:18 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
En pleno día, en medio de una plaza pública de un barrio de Santo Domingo, capital de la República Dominicana, luego de haber sido torturado públicamente, le cortaron la cabeza con un hacha a un trabajador emigrante haitiano. Se llamaba Carlos Nerilus. El hecho ocurrió frente a un gentío riéndose, aplaudiendo. Algunos hasta filmaban con celular. La policía cercana, no movió ni un dedo, ni durante ni después de la ejecución.

Según lo que se dice, se trata de un conflicto de trabajo, donde el trabajador había por su parte matado a un patrono dominicano quién le debía meses de trabajo sin pagar. Según lo que se dice, el trabajador asesinado no fue quién mató al capitalista, sino su hermano. Por no encontrar al hermano, lo cogieron a ese y abiertamente lo arrastraron hasta la plaza pública de aquel barrio y lo decapitaron allí después de largas torturas públicas.

En Haití, una alta indignación brotó enseguida y varias protestas salieron y siguen saliendo.

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américa central / caribe / workplace struggles / comunicado de prensa Friday May 08, 2009 02:59 by Batay Ouvriye   image 3 images
La libertad de asociación y de reunión sin armas con fines políticos, económicos, sociales, culturales o cualquier otro fin pacífico está garantizada.
(Art. 341 Constitución Haití)
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américa central / caribe / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Tuesday April 28, 2009 23:30 by Batay Ouvriye
Batay Ouvriye, Konfederasyon Travayè Sèvis Piblik, Tèt Kole Ti Peyizan Ayisyen, Antèn Ouvriye, SAJ/Veye Yo, MODEP, Chandèl, junto con varias organizaciones de barrio en Puerto-Príncipe, asociaciones universitarias y varios otros, del campo como de la ruralidad organizan una manifestación el día primero de mayo del 2009.
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central america / caribbean / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Tuesday April 28, 2009 21:19 by Batay Ouvriye   text 1 comment (last - wednesday april 29, 2009 13:08)
Batay Ouvriye (Workers Struggle), Konfederasyon Travayè Sèvis Piblik (the Confederation of Public Service Workers), Tèt Kole Ti Peyizan Ayisyen (Haitian Small Peasants Unity) Antèn Ouvriye (Workers Antenna), SAJ/Veye Yo (Youth Solidarity/On the Watch), MODEP (the Democratic Popular Movement), Chandèl (Torch), along with various neighborhood organizations in Port-au-Prince, university associations and diverse other of association from the city and the countryside are organizing a demonstration on May first 2009.

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central america / caribbean / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Monday October 20, 2008 04:28 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Today, October 17th, marks the anniversary of the assassination of Haiti ’s founding father, Jean-Jacques Dessalines. This is also the same week in which the UN occupation forces, the MINUSTAH, announced the renewal of its mandate on our land of Dessalines . These troops, led by Brazil , are mainly composed of Latin Americans, a region whose independence was largely gained with the help of the new Haitian nation.

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amerik santral / karayib / enperyalis / lagè / non-anarchist press Monday October 20, 2008 04:22 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Jounen jodi 17 oktòb, se komemorasyon asasina lanperè Desalin.

Nan menm semenn lan, se renouvèlman kontra okipasyon twoup l ONI yo sou tè Desalin lan. Twoup sila yo anba kòmannman brezilyen e pi fò twoup yo soti nan rejyon Amerik latin lan, yon rejyon ki globalman pran endepandans li apati tè peyi d Ayiti.

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argentina/uruguay/paraguay / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Monday August 11, 2008 16:48 by Batay Ouvriye   text 1 comment (last - friday july 30, 2010 20:13)   image 1 image
Llevado por un frente popular de coalición electoral, interclasista y heteróclita, (de esas típicas en estos días en América Latina y puestas en pié en nombre de la lucha en contra de las extremas derechas instaladas donde quiera), el candidato populista Lugo acaba hace poco de ser masivamente electo en Paraguay. Las masas populares están hartas de los partidos demasiado obviamente burgueses e intentan otra alternativa y, en este sentido, no hay que subestimar tampoco la victoria sobre el ultra reaccionario partido “Colorado” en el poder desde las dictaduras sangrientas. En gran alegría popular, el electo presidente Lugo será pues próximamente instalado.
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amérique centrale / caraïbes / impérialisme / guerre / autre presse libertaire Friday May 30, 2008 19:16 by Batay Ouvriye   image 1 image
Il s’agira alors des vols les plus crapuleux, des massacres les plus cyniques, des pillages les plus complets où terres, ressources naturelles de tous genres, mais aussi trésors culturels… sont systématiquement appropriés par les multinationales. Destruction rageuse, et massive, de leur domination militaire, politique, économique, idéologique… sans jamais s’arrêter, sans une fois sourciller. Poussés et guidés par le seul profit, inique, et l’individualisme le plus odieux que l’humanité aie jamais connu. Il s’agit des barbares et de la barbarie read full story / add a comment
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arton59514e0ec_1.jpg imageApoyo internacional a los Pueblos Zapatistas victimas de la guerra de contrainsurgencia 23:12 Wed 27 Aug by commission international 0 comments

A la Sociedad Civil Nacional e Internacional,
A la Sexta Nacional e Internacional,
A los medios libres, autónomos, independiente o como se llamen,
A las Juntas de Buen Gobierno,
A la EZLN,
A l@s Bases de Apoyo del EZLN,

arton59514e0ec.jpg imageSoutien International aux zapatist@s contre la guerre de contre-insurrection au Chiapas 23:03 Wed 27 Aug by commission international 0 comments

A la Société Civile Nationale et Internationale,
A la Sexta Nationale et Internationale,
Aux Médias libres, autonomes, indépendants ou comme ils s’appellent,
Aux Juntas de Buen Gobierno,
A l’EZLN,
Aux Bases d’appui de l’EZLN,

ftem1.jpg imageEL FTEM promueve una serie de “jornadas de debate sindical” 13:29 Tue 26 Aug by Nahuel Valenzuela 0 comments

El Frente de Trabajadores y Trabajadoras Ernesto Miranda (FTEM), es un nuevo espacio organizativo de carácter político-social, asentado por ahora en la Región Metropolitana, en la cual convergen militantes del ámbito del trabajo: trabajadores y trabajadoras de base, dirigentes, delegados y compas vinculados a áreas técnicas o profesionales de apoyatura a la labor sindical. Este núcleo militante rescata la tradición organizativa que dio origen a la CUT del ‘53, así como a la figura de Ernesto Miranda Rivas, dirigente anarquista del gremio del cuero y calzado, promotor de la unidad de la clase trabajadora en la lucha por su emancipación en torno a los principios como la independencia política, la democracia directa, la solidaridad, el internacionalismo y el anticapitalismo.

textPalestina-Israele, l'attacco militare a Gaza è stato un fallimento rispetto alle aspettative ma anch... 18:11 Mon 25 Aug by Ilan S. 0 comments

La guerra di Israele su Gaza intendeva indebolire Hamas ma renderlo indipendente dall'Autorità in Cisgiordania. Un mese e mezzo è passato ed Israele non riesce a fermare il lancio di razzi di Hamas su Israele. Hamas ha chiesto ad alta voce la rimozione dell'assedio ed il primo ministro israeliano non ha avuto l'appoggio necessario dalla sua coalizione per il necessario compromesso. Per diminuire le perdite e per salvare la faccia Israele con il sostegno degli USA stanno ora delegando la questione a quel Consiglio di Sicurezza dell'ONU di cui Israele non si è curato per molti anni. [English]

Public Tev-Dem meeting in Qamishli to discuss attacks by al-Nusra imageThe experiment of West Kurdistan (Syrian Kurdistan) has proved that people can make changes 16:21 Sun 24 Aug by Zaher Baher 0 comments

What you read below is the experience of my visit, for a couple of weeks in May this year, 2014, to North East of Syria or Syrian Kurdistan (West of Kurdistan) with a close friend of mine. Throughout the visit we had the total freedom and opportunity to see and speak to whoever we wanted to. This includes women, men, youth, and the political parties. There are over 20 parties from Kurdish to Christian, of which some are in the Democratic Self Administration (DSA) or Democratic Self Management (DSM) of the region of Al Jazera. Al Jazera is one of three regions, (cantons) of West Kurdistan. We also met the Kurdish and Christian political parties who are not in the DSA or DSM. In addition, we met the top people from the Democratic Self Administration (DSM), members of the different committees, local groups and communes as well as businesspeople, shopkeepers, workers, people in the market and people who were just walking in the street.

textPalestine-Israel, The war assault on Gaza failed to bring the expected results and even back fired* 14:09 Sun 24 Aug by Ilan S. 0 comments

The war Israel started with the Hamas was intended to keep it weaker but independent of the west bank authority. A month and a half and Israel cannot stop the Hamas firing of rockets on Israel. The Hamas raised its demand about the lifting of the siege (closer) and the Israeli prime minister failed go get the support of his coalition for the needed compromise. To diminish the losses and to save face Israel with US backing are passing the decision to the UN security council the Israeli ruling elite evaded successfully so many years. The mounting economic pressures create cracks in the Israeli ruling elite and even the populist coalition party head - the foreign minister, start to promote the end of the 1967 occupation. And the joint popular grass root struggle continue - within Israel at the Arkib Bedouins as focus, Bil'in, Ma'asara, Neby Saleh, Ni'ilin, Qaddum, Sheikh Jarrah, South Hebron Hills. [Italiano]

sorrymigrantx.jpg imageIreland - Migrant X refused an abortion and forced to have a C-section 22:31 Thu 21 Aug by Andrew 0 comments

This is as complete a story about what happened to 'Migrant X' that we are aware of.  Migrant X is a young migrant women who it emerged was refused an abortion by the Irish state despite apparently meeting the grounds of the X-case legislation and instead forced to carry the pregnancy and agree to a C-section.  The pregnanacy itself was the result of rape, Migrant X attempted suicide after being refused the abortion and later went on a hunger and thirst strike.  Once what had happened to her became known there were sizeable pro-choice solidarity demonstrations called across Ireland and at Irish embassies overseas.   We have been given information that the migrant woman at the centre of the current forced pregnancy was 'committed' to a psychiatric hospital following her initial request for termination. It’s already known that the initial request was made when she was 8 weeks pregnant.  It was this crucial period in which she was being held incommunicado which led directly to the Caesarian option being possible to impose as an ‘alternative’ to allowing her to access the abortion she had asked for.

brown04.jpg imageTerror in Ferguson 18:45 Wed 20 Aug by Denver Anarchist Black Cross 0 comments

Saturday August 9th, a racist Ferguson police officer profiled and fatally shot a black teenager, Michael Brown, as he walked to his grandmother’s residence with a friend. He was 18 years old. Multiple witnesses told KMOV that Brown was unarmed and had his hands up in the air when he was cut down. “The officer shot again and once my friend felt that shot, he turned around and put his hands in the air,” said witness Dorian Johnson. “He started to get down and the officer still approached with his weapon drawn and fired several more shots.” The family and the community are calling his death an execution.

460_0___30_0_0_0_0_0_oabubakralbaghdadi570.jpg imageO que nós pensamos sobre a atual crise no Iraque? 13:00 Sun 17 Aug by KAF (Fórum Anarquista do Curdistão) 0 comments

A crise do Iraque já se arrasta há décadas. Tanto o regime Saddam Hussein tanto quanto sob a atual "democracia", desde a invasão de 2003, não há liberdade, justiça social, igualdade e há poucas perspectivas para aqueles que são independentes aos partidos políticos no poder. Além da brutalidade e discriminação contra as mulheres e as minorias, um grande abismo foi criado entre os ricos e os pobres, fazendo com que os pobres ficassem cada vez mais pobres e os ricos mais ricos.

textPalestina-Israele, l'attacco israeliano a Gaza finisce con la sconfitta della sua arrogante dimostra... 17:03 Fri 15 Aug by Ilan S. 0 comments

Israele aveva iniziato il suo attacco a Gaza per sabotare il compromesso tra Hamas e l'Autorità Palestinese e per restaurare un governo indipendente di un indebolito Hamas sulla Striscia di Gaza. Il compromesso di Hamas doveva essere una risposta al blocco egiziano finalizzato a smantellare Hamas stesso. Il fallito attacco israeliano porterà ad una significativa apertura del confine tra Israele e la Striscia di Gaza laddove prima dell'attacco passa lo stretto necessario in una situazione sull'orlo di una catastrofe umanitaria. [English]

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imageMarina e o lulismo que só perde para si ou sua dissidência – 2 Aug 27 by BrunoL 0 comments

Bruno Lima Rocha, 26 de agosto de 2014

Marina Silva, ex-senadora pelo PT do Acre, ex-ministra do Meio Ambiente (MMA) durante o governo de Lula e ex-candidata a presidente como um enxerto no Partido Verde no pleito de 2010, está arrancando nas contestadas pesquisas de intenção de voto da segunda metade de agosto de 2014. Restando menos de 45 dias para a apuração de 1º turno, Marina cresce com a exposição permanente, sem críticas - em função do velório de Eduardo Campos e a comoção do país na sequência -, conseguindo esconder quase totalmente, as fragilidades de seu programa de governo.

imageThe wonders of the desperate gamble that Netanyahu lost Aug 26 by Ilan S. 0 comments

To keep Hamas on its legs again after the Egyptian closure forced it to its knees and to compromise with the West Bank Palestinian Authority, Netanyahu started a war that was supposed to set Hamas back on its feet, though much weaker than before the closure.

image[Chile] Profesores agrupados en el movimiento 50/50 exigen: “No mas pega pa’ la casa” Aug 26 by Solidaridad 0 comments

Este Martes [19 de Agosto] se realizó una consulta por parte del colegio de profesores en torno a la propuesta elaborada por el gobierno sobre la situación del profesorado, esta propuesta fue rechazada enérgicamente por las bases del colegio de profesores tensionando a los intereses partidarios de su dirección. Por otro lado profesores y trabajadores de la educación se organizan en paralelo al magisterio al cual critican de no representar a la mayoría de los profesores ya que muy pocos profesores están colegiados y en su mayoría son profesores jubilados, es en ese contexto donde surgen organizaciones de base en torno a demandas como el 50/50 de horas lectivas y no lectivas.

imageΑντι-σημιτισμός, κο&... Aug 25 by Γιάννης Ανδρουλιδάκης 0 comments

Όπως στη γραμματική υπάρχουν οι κύριες και οι δευτερεύουσες προτάσεις, έτσι και στη ζωή υπάρχουν τα κύρια και τα δευτερεύοντα ζητήματα. Η υπόνοια ότι τα μεν είναι σημαντικά και τα δε ασήμαντα είναι ελαφρώς απατηλή. Ακριβώς με τον ίδιο τρόπο που αν αφαιρέσεις μια δευτερεούσα πρόταση από μία φράση η κύρια μπορεί να στέκει άλογη και ακατανόητη, έτσι και τα δευτερεύοντα (ή δευτερογενή) πράγματα στη ζωή είναι συχνά απαραίτητα για να αποκτούν λογική και ουσία τα κύρια.

imageBRICS and the New Axis of Expansionist Capitalism Aug 24 by BrunoL 1 comments

(by: Bruno Lima Rocha. Translated by: Daniel Gutiérrez)

The BRICS alliance — a bloc of countries formed by the meetings of their leaders and without any formal documentation — has once again caught the world’s attention for trying a new hand in global power politics. The premise of the relationship between Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa is based on the economy and the potential of sharing a common destination point. Culturally, Brazil is most similar to post-Apartheid South Africa, and proportionally we carry a similar weight to Latin America, as does South Africa to sub-saharan Africa.

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imageApoyo internacional a los Pueblos Zapatistas victimas de la guerra de contrainsurgencia Aug 27 Alternative Libertaire 0 comments

A la Sociedad Civil Nacional e Internacional,
A la Sexta Nacional e Internacional,
A los medios libres, autónomos, independiente o como se llamen,
A las Juntas de Buen Gobierno,
A la EZLN,
A l@s Bases de Apoyo del EZLN,

imageSoutien International aux zapatist@s contre la guerre de contre-insurrection au Chiapas Aug 27 Alternative Libertaire 0 comments

A la Société Civile Nationale et Internationale,
A la Sexta Nationale et Internationale,
Aux Médias libres, autonomes, indépendants ou comme ils s’appellent,
Aux Juntas de Buen Gobierno,
A l’EZLN,
Aux Bases d’appui de l’EZLN,

imageO que nós pensamos sobre a atual crise no Iraque? Aug 17 0 comments

A crise do Iraque já se arrasta há décadas. Tanto o regime Saddam Hussein tanto quanto sob a atual "democracia", desde a invasão de 2003, não há liberdade, justiça social, igualdade e há poucas perspectivas para aqueles que são independentes aos partidos políticos no poder. Além da brutalidade e discriminação contra as mulheres e as minorias, um grande abismo foi criado entre os ricos e os pobres, fazendo com que os pobres ficassem cada vez mais pobres e os ricos mais ricos.

imageThe Oakland Palestine Solidarity Mural Aug 07 0 comments

Presented by Art Forces, the Estria Foundation and NorCal Friends of Sabeel, the Oakland Palestine Solidarity Mural is a monumental work of public art located in Uptown Oakland on 26th Street between Telegraph and Broadway. The mural pays homage to the history of Bay Area public art and expresses solidarity with Palestinians as bombs continue to fall on Gaza.

imageQue pensons nous de la crise actuelle en Irak ? Aug 05 Forum anarchiste du Kurdistan 0 comments

La crise irakienne est continue depuis des décennies, tant sous le régime de Saddam Hussein que sous le « régime démocratique actuel » depuis l'invasion de 2003. Il n'y avait ni de liberté, ni de justice sociale, ni d'égalité et peu de perspectives pour celles et ceux qui étaient indépendant des partis politiques au pouvoir. En plus de la brutalité existante et la discrimination contre les femmes et les genTEs ordinaires, un très grand fossé a été creusé entre les riches et les pauvres, rendant les pauvres de plus en plus pauvres et les riches de plus en plus riches. [English]

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