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américa central / caribe / imperialismo / guerra / comunicado de prensa Wednesday August 15, 2018 07:24 by Federación Anarquista UruGuaya   image 1 image
El 19 de julio de 1979 (43 años después del inicio de la Revolución Española contra el golpe de Estado de Franco) triunfaba en Nicaragua una revolución de claro contenido popular. Se ponía fin así a la dictadura de 46 años de la familia Somoza, dueños de Nicaragua y personeros de Estados Unidos. Desde 1855, con la invasión del “filibustero” Walker, Nicaragua ha sido un enclave norteamericano, una especie de semi-colonia, un país “libre” e “independiente” sólo formalmente, donde el control de Estados Unidos era total en todas las actividades nicaragüenses.

La gesta de Sandino con su “Ejército Rebelde”, cuyo principal objetivo era expulsar a los marines norteamericanos puso en jaque dicha presencia entre 1926 y 1933. El asesinato de Sandino a manos de Anastasio Somoza, en una verdadera emboscada, a traición, derrota al Ejército Rebelde y triunfa la reacción más asquerosa y vil al servicio del imperialismo norteamericano.

Sin embargo, el pueblo nicaragüense continuó resistiendo. Con pequeñas acciones, incluso asesinando a Somoza, pero sin poder evitar que se entronara en dinastía su familia. Los Somoza eran dueños de media Nicaragua, literalmente. El resto del país estaba en manos de una lánguida burguesía y de los intereses yanquis. La Iglesia, siempre fiel aliada a los Somoza y al status quo.

La Resistencia Popular se fue encauzando hacia pequeñas guerrillas, hasta que en 1961 se forma el Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional, bajo el influjo de la Revolución Cubana, y con una perspectiva de desalojar a la dictadura de Somoza, independizar definitivamente al país y abrir un tránsito propio hacia el Socialismo. La incidencia del FSLN crecía a nivel popular: entre los estudiantes de la Universidad -donde fueron reclutados muchos de sus militantes- , organizando barriadas, a los campesinos y diversos sectores sociales.

Así se llega luego de un largo trecho de combates, donde el FSLN gana una inmensa legitimidad entre sectores del pueblo, a derrotar definitivamente a la dictadura. Se iniciaba un nuevo período en la vida del país, donde se instalaban cooperativas de campesinos, experiencias donde convivían la propiedad colectiva con la pequeña propiedad privada, se organizaban y fortalecían sindicatos y demás organizaciones populares… read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / repression / prisoners / appeal / petition Wednesday August 15, 2018 07:09 by Solidarity with the BoiketlonG 4   image 1 image
On the 21st April 2015 the Magistrates Court in Sebokeng sentenced 4 community activists from Boiketlong, to a total of 16 years in prison. The activists are: Dinah Makhetha, Sipho Mangane, Dan Molefe and Pulane Mahlangu. Key witnesses could not even identify the 4 but the courts sought to use the apartheid law of ‘doctrine of common purpose’ to jail them. They were found not guilty of ‘public violence’ but guilty of ‘assault, arson and malicious damage to property’.

Pulane Mahlangu has run away and no one knows where she is or if she is in good health. Either way, she cannot come home.

Dan Molefe died of stress-related illness in December 2017.

Although released for a short period while the appeal process was underway, both Dinah and Sipho are back in prison as they lost the first level of Appeal. The magistrate is prepared to consider shortening the sentence but not the sentence itself. The appeal process remains underway.

There is now an opportunity for a mediated process that may assist in a process of early release. There is an urgent need to cover the costs of mediation which we estimate could come to about R40 000. Appeals have been made to the community to raise funds as well to the broader movement. read full story / add a comment
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southern africa / migration / racism / opinion / analysis Friday August 10, 2018 22:21 by BonGani Maponyane   image 1 image
Racism has been a curse in South Africa, and remains embedded in the society. But how scientific are racist ideas? Where do they come from? And how can we fight racism and create a truly equal and fair society? What do we as revolutionary anarchists think?

Racial conflict, inequality, and hatred are not natural, but fed and reared by capitalism and the state. To really change the system, we need a massive programme of upgrading education, health, housing and services; an end to the racist heap labour system; a challenge to the ideological control that splits the working class; and a radical redistribution of wealth and power to the working class and poor –which in South Africa, means primarily the black working class and poor –as part of a social revolution. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / anti-fascism / non-anarchist press Friday August 10, 2018 17:14 by David RosenberG
NOT content with calling Jeremy Corbyn a “fucking anti-semite and racist,” and treating herself as the victim when the Labour Party threatened to act on a third party complaint about her use of outrageous and abusive language against a fellow Labour MP whom she has known for several decades, and is the leader of the Labour Party, Margaret Hodge has had the chutzpah to compare her fight against Corbyn’s alleged anti-semitism with her fight in her Barking constituency against the British National Party (BNP). read full story / add a comment
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Διεθνή / Λαϊκοί Αγώνες / Γνώμη / Ανάλυση Sunday August 05, 2018 21:31 by Ricardo Flores MaGon   image 1 image
... Από τη στιγμή που θεωρούν οι ίδιοι πως είναι ίσοι μεταξύ τους, με το ίδιο δικαίωμα στη Μητέρα Γη, δεν χρειάζονται αφεντικό για να προστατεύσουν τους προνομιούχους ενάντια σε αυτούς χωρίς προνόμια, επειδή όλοι είναι προνομιούχοι. read full story / add a comment
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international / anti-fascism / opinion / analysis Thursday July 26, 2018 02:39 by Shawn HattinGh   image 1 image
The context we now exist in is one that is defined by glaring contradictions everywhere, its fractured, changing, unstable and confrontational. It is a time of despair, but also pockets of hope. On the one hand, a spectre is haunting us, but it is not the one that Marx spoke of. Rather an authoritarian and extreme right wing form of capitalism, last seen on extensive scale in the 1930s, is rearing its hideous ghost-like head. This right wing extremism has become an ‘acceptable’ form of politics amongst some people in the context of the unresolved capitalist crisis. It is the ‘solution’ amongst sections of ruling classes in many countries to a crisis that is not going away. As part of this, many states are passing laws attacking basic rights that oppressed classes have won through decades and even centuries of struggle (including in South Africa); states are beginning to bare their teeth more often rather than being in a position to rule by consent; toxic nationalisms based on exclusionary racial, ethnic and religious identities (including within sections of the population in South Africa) have once again become acceptable and even embraced by sections of the population (giving rise to the likes of Trump, Le Pen and Duterte and xenophobia and other ills in South Africa); and bigotry and hate are back. Yet there is also hope. In many parts of the world, sections of the working class have fought back. This has seen movements of protests in some parts, attempts to revive unions in others and in some cases the re-emergence of left political parties and projects. But it is also a restructured working class, a working class that is fundamentally different from even the 1970s. New or different forms of organising happen next to the old. It is thus also a working class in which the past weighs like a nightmare on the present in organisational terms; experimenting with the new and different ways of organising, but also falling back into the old. read full story / add a comment
grecia / turchia / cipro / lotte indigene / cronaca Sunday July 22, 2018 16:24 by Gianni Sartori
I Curdi, popolo oppresso, regolarmente perseguitato dagli stati turco e iraniano...(e non solo)

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southern africa / the left / opinion / analysis Saturday July 21, 2018 05:45 by Warren McGreGor   image 1 image
A call for socialist Left unity is heard widely today in South Africa, but is usually taken as a call for unity of praxis (unity in theoretical programme and action). This is sometimes framed as transcending old divides (these seen as outdated, divisive or dismissed as dogmatic), and sometimes as unity in order to have action (rhetorically set up as the opposite of “arm chair” theory).

What do we as revolutionary anarchists think? read full story / add a comment
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venezuela / colombia / historia del anarquismo / anarchist communist event Thursday July 19, 2018 21:31 by Grupo Libertario Via Libre   image 1 image
Jueves 19 de julio 2018. 6:00 pm
La Morada Casa Cultural
Cra 19 # 36-34 [Teusaquillo, Bogotá] read full story / add a comment
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bolivia / peru / ecuador / chile / género / opinión / análisis Wednesday July 18, 2018 06:33 by Gema OrteGa   image 1 image
Ante la 6ta marcha por Aborto Libre, Seguro y Gratuito como anarcofeministas no podemos restarnos de la lucha por la autonomía y autodeterminación sobre nuestros propios cuerpos y nuestras vidas, sobre todo a la luz de las luchas dads por nuestras hermanas en distintos lugares del mundo. read full story / add a comment
Velaltón. Plaza de Bolívar. Bogotá, Colombia. 06 de Julio 2018
venezuela / colombia / workplace struggles / opinión / análisis Wednesday July 11, 2018 14:04 by Grupo Libertario Via Libre   image 1 image
En los últimos días, se registra un incremento sustancial de las amenazas y asesinatos de líderes y lideresas sociales en todo el país. Desde la elección presidencial del pasado 17 de junio se han asesinado 22 líderes sociales, una persona cada día[1]. El panorama es bastante gris, pues mientras los grandes medios de comunicación se han dedicado a cubrir ampliamente el mundial de fútbol y el gobierno nacional continúa negando la sistematicidad de este fenómeno[2] en un intento por invisibilizar los patrones comunes de la masiva vulneración a los derechos humanos que se está produciendo en el país, tras bambalinas se encuentra la cruda realidad que está marcada por el asesinato, solo en lo corrido de 2018, de 123 líderes y lideresas sociales según las últimas cifras de Indepaz.[3] read full story / add a comment
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greece / turkey / cyprus / environment / feature Monday July 09, 2018 20:40 by Ercan AyboGa   image 1 image
Ecology is one of the three pillars of the paradigm of Democratic Confederalism, the political-theoretical concept of the Kurdish Freedom Movement. Besides democracy and gender liberation, ecology has been mentioned explicitly as a dimension in this concept since 2005. However to date, ecology is less discussed and practiced than the two other pillars. read full story / add a comment
greece / turkey / cyprus / anti-fascism / non-anarchist press Friday July 06, 2018 18:41 by Baris KaraaGac
The elections on 24 June in Turkey for a new president and parliament, which took place under a state of emergency, constitute an historic moment in Turkish republican history with important consequences. read full story / add a comment
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Μέση Ανατολή / Αραβία / Ιράκ / Αναρχικό κίνημα / Συνέντευξη Wednesday July 04, 2018 21:11 by Dmitri (republisinG)   image 1 image
Μια συνέντευξη του Las Barricadas με την Αναρχική Ένωση Αφγανιστάν και Ιράν - Οι σύντροφοι του Α Las Barricadas μίλησαν με τους συντρόφους της Αναρχικής Ένωσης του Αφγανιστάν και του Ιράν. Αρχικά δημοσιεύθηκε στην Αναρχική Ένωση του Αφγανιστάν και του Ιράν από το enoughisenough read full story / add a comment
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argentina/uruguay/paraguay / movimiento anarquista / opinión / análisis Monday July 02, 2018 22:44 by Federación Anarquista UruGuaya   image 1 image
La Carta Opinión de la Federación Anarquista Uruguaya del mes de junio. read full story / add a comment
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venezuela / colombia / workplace struggles / opinión / análisis Sunday July 01, 2018 13:44 by Grupo Libertario Via Libre   image 1 image
El domingo 17 de junio de 2018 se realizó la segunda vuelta de las elecciones presidenciales de Colombia, en las que se alzó como nuevo jefe de Estado el neoconservador uribista Iván Duque. Para analizar, desde una perspectiva libertaria, los resultados y tendencias de esta coyuntura política, marcada por la escogencia del sexagésimo presidente de la República, apuntamos los siguientes elementos:

1 Participación alta con crecimiento menor de la abstención y el voto nulo
2 De nuevo, triunfo de Duque y retorno de un uribismo debilitado
3 Petro pierde, pero se profundiza el hito para la izquierda
4 Crece el voto en blanco centrista pero se mantiene su marginalidad política
5 Reunificación burguesa: retorno del uribismo y derrota del santismo
6 Perspectivas libertarias read full story / add a comment
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Διεθνή / Αναρχικό κίνημα / Συνέντευξη Saturday June 30, 2018 12:38 by Dmitri (republisinG)   image 1 image
Μία συνέντευξη με τον γραμματέα Εξωτερικών υποθέσεων της CNT - Με την ευκαιρία του Ιδρυτικού Συνεδρίου της Νέας Διεθνούς ένα μέλος της αναρχοσυνδικαλιστικής ένωσης CNT πήρε συνέντευξη από τον γραμματέα εξωτερικών υποθέσεων Miguel Pérez, σχετικά με τα γεγονότα της εκδήλωσης. read full story / add a comment
Monumento a los mártires de Loughgall McKearney y Lynagh en Drumfurrer, Monaghan (Imagen de José Antonio Gutiérrez D.)
irlanda / gran bretaña / imperialismo / guerra / opinión / análisis Tuesday June 26, 2018 18:26 by José Antonio Gutiérrez D.   image 3 images
Publicado originalmente en el número 1 de la revista anarquista chilena Vida Libre, Abril de 2018. read full story / add a comment
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venezuela / colombia / workplace struggles / portada Sunday June 17, 2018 17:07 by Grupo Libertario Via Libre   image 1 image
La más reciente contienda electoral por la cabeza del Poder Ejecutivo en Colombia tuvo un lugar central en el debate político y social del país, llegando a convertirse en el pan de cada día de la población. La generalización de las redes sociales, la vasta propaganda eleccionaria y el intenso cubrimiento informativo, pusieron a la gente a discutir de política con una intensidad especial. Finalmente, el pasado domingo 27 de mayo de 2018, se realizó la primera vuelta de las elecciones presidenciales de Colombia para elegir el presidente número 60 del Estado, que definió como contendientes de una segunda vuelta a los candidatos Iván Duque y Gustavo Petro.

Como Grupo Libertario Vía Libre nos parece una tarea urgente presentar algunas líneas de análisis sobre el actual panorama electoral, con el objetivo de trazar rutas de acción común. Por tal motivo, a partir de la información sobre los resultados de esta elección contenida en el boletín 54 de pre conteo de votos emitido por la Registraduría Nacional del Estado Civil, queremos adelantar las siguientes reflexiones. read full story / add a comment
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mashriq / arabia / iraq / the left / opinion / analysis Friday June 15, 2018 07:57 by Shawn HattinGh   image 1 image
In this education series we look at experiments, which have arisen through working class struggles, to create alternatives to capitalism. This will include looking at present and past alternatives to capitalism. In doing this, we are not saying these experiments should be carbon copied – they have often taken place in very different times and contexts.

Rather we are trying to show that, through struggle and experimentation, new societies that overturn capitalism can be brought into being; even under very harsh conditions. This, we believe, provides hope to working class struggles: what we have today under the capitalist and state system can be ended and replaced by a better society. Experiments in alternatives show clearly how another world is possible.

In this article, the first article of the education series on alternatives to capitalism, we look at an experiment that is taking place today, known as the Rojava Revolution, to overturn capitalism and the state system in northern Syria (which is being subjected to an imperialist and civil war). In Rojava a social revolution, influenced by libertarian socialism, has been underway since 2012 and a new society has emerged in the process.
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