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Archive for November, 2009

Foreclosures’ Evidence: The Crisis Continues

By • Nov 23rd, 2009 • Category: News & Analysis

Source: Kasama Foreclosures mark pace of enduring U.S. housing crisis Thu Oct 08 15:18:09 UTC 2009 By Tom Brown MIAMI (Reuters) – Every 13 seconds in America, there is another foreclosure filing. That’s the rhythm of a crisis that threatens to choke off hopes for a recovery in the U.S. housing market as it destroys […]

A Report of Oaxaca Governer’s Annual Message

By • Nov 17th, 2009 • Category: News & Analysis

Source: OSAG On tv as well as in photos in *Noticias*, the annual message to congress of our dear governor was featured as a comedy. The gov was dressed in a five star suit and spoke from inside the ex-palacio gubermental. But first, outside, the PRI supporters and the state police met the protest presence […]

America’s economic pain brings hunger pangs

By • Nov 17th, 2009 • Category: News & Analysis

Source: Washington Post The nation’s economic crisis has catapulted the number of Americans who lack enough food to the highest level since the government has been keeping track, according to a new federal report, which shows that nearly 50 million people — including almost one child in four — struggled last year to get enough […]

The conception of the party held by Cervetto and Lotta Comunista (part one)

By • Nov 16th, 2009 • Category: Commentaries

Source: International Communist Current From Rivoluzione Internazionale 143, December – January 2006. 1. Why go back over the critique of Cervetto’s position? For some time now a lot of comrades have written to ask us what we think of Lotta Comunista (LC), what are our criticisms of it or why is it that we consider […]

India: Struggle of Auto Workers in Gurgaon

By • Nov 15th, 2009 • Category: Commentaries

Source: International Communist Current On the evening of Sunday, 18th October 2009 workers of RICO Auto, Gurgaon who were on strike since 3rd October 2009, tried to stop strike breakers. Company security guards and strike breakers, mostly criminal elements brought to intimidate workers, responded by violently attacking striking workers. The police, that had been deployed […]

Scenes of Class Struggle in Tehran and …

By • Nov 14th, 2009 • Category: Headline

Report of the November 4th Demonstrations in Iran Although, The Telecommunication Bureau had blocked the secure communication protocols such as VPN and HTTPS, tens or maybe hundreds of written, video and graphical reports of Nov. 4th demonstrations were sent online, even before we had a chance to establish a secure connection. Fortunately, this is an […]

Survey Results: Free Market Capitalism Sux

By • Nov 12th, 2009 • Category: News & Analysis

Source: KASAMA Adrienne suggested we post the following piece. Her reasons are obvious. It appeared in BBC News. Free market flawed, says survey By James Robbins Diplomatic correspondent, BBC News Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a new BBC poll has found widespread dissatisfaction with free-market capitalism. In the global poll for […]

Tell Tata/Tetley to Stop Starving Indian Tea Workers!

By • Nov 12th, 2009 • Category: News & Analysis

Source:I.U.F. Tata, the transnational Indian conglomerate whose wholly-owned subsidiary Tetley makes the world famous Tetley Teas, has taken 6,500 people hostage through hunger. The hostages are nearly 1,000 tea plantation workers and their families on the Nowera Nuddy Tea Estate in West Bengal, India. The workers, living in poverty and always on the edge of […]

U.S. Counter-Guerilla Operations in Philippines

By • Nov 9th, 2009 • Category: News & Analysis

Source: KASAMA US troops engaged in counter-guerrilla operations in Bukidnon Jorge “Ka Oris” Madlos, Spokesperson, National Democratic Front of the Philippines-Mindanao Philippine Revolution, November 2, 2009 The National Democratic Front (NDF)-Mindanao has received more information regarding the actual participation of US soldiers in combat operations in Mindanao. This time, the operations are not just in […]

CASOTA’s first anniversary

By • Nov 9th, 2009 • Category: News & Analysis

Source:OSAG Red Neda: Even though we believe that Oaxaca’s revolutionary movement is diluted with liberal ideologies and the community leaders have fallen in to the illusions of “Non-Violence” and “Peaceful Co-existence” thinking that without demolishing the Bourgeois State and replacing it with the Direct Democracy of the Peoples’ Assemblies, as the sole political authority (State) […]