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venezuela / colombia / imperialismo / guerra / non-anarchist press Thursday September 06, 2012 22:04 by Ruta Social Común Para La Paz
Comunicado a la opinión pública read full story / add a comment
Ελλάδα / Τουρκία / Κύπρος / Εργατικοί Αγώνες / Ανακοίνωση Τύπου Thursday September 06, 2012 20:32 by Κλαδική Εκπαίδευσης ΑΠΡ   image 1 image
Ανακοίνωση-Κάλεσμα της Κλαδικής Εκπαίδευσης της Αναρχοσυνδικαλιστικής Πρωτοβουλίας Ροσινάντε στην Απεργία που προκηρύχθηκε για τις 12 Σεπτέμβρη read full story / add a comment
italia / svizzera / lotte sindacali / altra stampa libertaria Thursday September 06, 2012 19:49 by Coordinamento lavoratrici e lavoratori autoconvocati
Tre delegati dell’USB sono stati oggetto della richiesta di un provvedimento disciplinare di licenziamento senza preavviso, accusati di aver rotto il “rapporto di fiducia” solo per aver espresso il proprio dissenso sui piani aziendali. Ossia per aver svolto il proprio legittimo ruolo per cui, tra l’altro, sono in regime di distacco! read full story / add a comment
venezuela / colombia / imperialismo / guerra / non-anarchist press Thursday September 06, 2012 16:51 by Red de Alternativas a la Impunidad
La Paz es un proceso que solo se logrará en una democracia con derechos para todas y todos. read full story / add a comment
southern africa / the left / non-anarchist press Thursday September 06, 2012 16:40 by Vishwas Satgar
The massacre of the Marikana/Lonmin workers has inserted itself within South Africa's national consciousness, not so much through the analysis, commentary and reporting in its wake. Instead, it has been the power of the visual images of police armed with awesome fire power gunning down these workers, together with images of bodies lying defeated and lifeless, that has aroused a national outcry and wave of condemnation. These images have also engendered international protest actions outside South African embassies. In themselves these images communicate a politics about ‘official state power.’ It is bereft of moral concern, de-humanized, brutal and at odds with international human rights standards; in these ways it is no different from apartheid era state sponsored violence and technologies of oppressive rule. Moreover, the images of police officers walking through the Marikana/Lonmin killing field, with a sense of professional accomplishment in its aftermath, starkly portrays a scary reality: the triumph of South Africa's state in its brutal conquest of its enemies, its citizens.
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venezuela / colombia / imperialismo / guerra / stampa non anarchica Thursday September 06, 2012 16:12 by FARC & Govderno di Colombia
bolivia / peru / ecuador / chile / movimiento anarquista / opinión / análisis Thursday September 06, 2012 05:30 by Felipe Ramírez   image 1 image
Entre el 8 y el 12 de agosto recién pasados, varios miles de personas se reunieron en el pequeño pueblo de Saint Imier, en Suiza. La razón, conmemorar los 140 años del congreso que en ese mismo lugar, dio inicio a la Internacional Antiautoritaria y marcó el nacimiento del anarquismo social como corriente política. read full story / add a comment
FARC-EP Guerrillas in Caquetá, Southern Colombia, in 2005 (Image by Carlos Villalón)
venezuela / colombia / imperialism / war / opinion / analysis Thursday September 06, 2012 04:46 by José Antonio Gutiérrez D.   image 1 image
Once again talks of peace have been placed on the political agenda in Colombia, with the goodwill of a significant section of the establishment. This development in not a free gift nor does it come from the good will of the president: it is obvious that the thesis of “the end of the ending” lacked substance, and that the “Plan Colombia” has reached its limit. Although this agreement is a positive development, we cannot be excessively optimistic, even less so, triumphalist, considering that “peace”, in itself, would represent a triumph for the popular classes and their historic demands, blocked by fire and blood for more than half a century, by the State. We must bear in mind that the road towards an eventual negotiating process is full of difficulties, since there are substantial and basic differences between what the different parties expect from the negotiations and what the understand by the word “peace”. [Castellano] [Português] read full story / add a comment
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