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Vanguards of Humanity: Why I support Afrin & the Rojava Revolution 19:22 Feb 01 0 comments
venezuela / colombia / imperialismo / guerra / opinión / análisis Saturday February 03, 2018 09:06 by José Antonio Gutiérrez D. 1 image
Como muchas personas que hemos aportado, en la medida de nuestras capacidades, un granito de arena a las luchas sociales, por derechos, y transformadoras en Colombia, tengo una inquietud enorme por los preocupantes sucesos que se viven con las negociaciones en Quito entre el ELN y el Gobierno Nacional de Colombia, crisis que se arrastra desde el fin del cese al fuego el día 9 de enero del corriente año. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / gender / opinion / analysis Friday February 02, 2018 18:43 by Emilia & Andrew 1 image
The announcement that there will be a referendum to decriminalise abortion in Ireland is the product of decades of active campaigning. Pro-choice campaigners built for repeal ever since the hated 8th amendment was entered into the Constitution in 1983, putting a ban on abortion, which was already illegal in the country, into the constitution. If at first this seemed like a distant demand now repeal looks by far the most likely outcome in May. The story of how this happened illustrates how change comes in general. That is not through elections but through people getting organised to demand that change, regardless of which politicians happen to be running the show in any particular year.
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mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialismo / guerra / opinión / análisis Thursday February 01, 2018 22:15 by Ercan Ayboga 1 image
¿De qué manera la cooperación militar kurda en Rojava y el norte de Siria con los Estados Unidos, Rusia y otras fuerzas afecta su posición en el contexto sirio más amplio? [Nota de Anarkismo -Este artículo fue escrito originalmente con anterioridad a la ocupación turca de Afrin.] read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Thursday February 01, 2018 19:22 by Marcel Cartier
The dark clouds of 21st-century fascism are once again hanging over the heads of the people of northern Syria. As if the inhabitants of the region often referred to as Rojava haven’t suffered enough over the course of the past 7 years of war, the Turkish state has come to the conclusion that the time is ripe to pick up the fallen, bloodied sword from the corpse that is Islamic State. Together with Salafist mercenaries carrying flags of the Syrian ‘rebels’ – one of the many components of what at one historical juncture seemingly all so long ago was a cohesive ‘Free Syrian Army’ – Erdogan’s regime vows a ‘swift operation’ to destroy ‘terrorism’ in Afrin. read full story / add a comment
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