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Archive for September, 2010

Juan Manuel Martínez Moreno’s house raided

By • Sep 26th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


Today, at approximately 10:30am, Mr. Juan Manuel Martínez Moreno left his home, together with his wife, in the municipality of Santa Cruz Xoxocotlan. At 2:30pm, they returned to their house and noticed that the door was open, and upon entering saw that all their belongings were out of place and that the lock on the door had been broken.



Venezuela-ON THE SOCIALIST COMMUNE

By • Sep 26th, 2010 • Category: Commentaries

by Homar Garces,Translation by Earl Gilman “The commune does not belong to Chavez, nor is it decreed by the government, nor by the Mayor, nor by the Governor, nor by the Party” Hugo Chavez “Alo Presidente” Teorico No.1 June 11,2009 The micro-structure of organization and self-organized and autonomous economy constitutes the solid basis of socialism, […]



Nationwide FBI Raids on Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FB)

By • Sep 25th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


On Friday morning, three houses in the Minneapolis area are believed to have been raided by SWAT Teams. While we have few details right now, the F.B.I. appears to be targeting people associated with the Freedom Road Socialist Organization. Besides the raids in Minneapolis, houses in Michigan, North Carolina and Chicago were also targeted.



URGENT CALL TO STOP THE GENOCIDE OF THE TRIQUI PEOPLE

By • Sep 17th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


1. At dawn on Monday, September 13, paramilitaries from the from the Triqui Movement of Unification and Struggle (MULT), together with the Union for the Social Well-Being of the Triqui Region (UBISORT), reoccupied the Municipal Palace of San Juan Copala.



Bangladesh: wildcat strikes and demonstrations

By • Sep 13th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


Faced with appalling living and working conditions, with miserable wages and price rises in basic necessities like rice, thousands of textile workers in Bangladesh have launched massive and very determined struggles. In June there were bloody confrontations with the forces of order.



A Wild Beast is Stalking Europe

By • Sep 13th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


A wild beast is stalking Europe. It is looking for lives to sink its teeth into, human relations to tear apart, and intelligent thought to stamp out. It has already devastated Greece but now there is no region of the old continent which is spared its fury.
This monster has a name, “the market”, which demands from the proletariat and the lowest social strata, more and more sacrifices because this gigantic speculative-predatory enterprise can only function in this way, whatever the cost. And let’s not forget it won’t be the speculators who will be paying.



Unending Violence for the Indigenous People of San Juan Copala

By • Sep 13th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


Despite a growing outpour of international support and solidarity, there is no end in sight to the paramilitary violence being waged against the Indigenous Triqui people of San Juan Copala in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Just this week, two more Triqui women were attacked by members of the Union for the Social Well-being of the Triqui Region (UBISORT), a group that was formed in 1994 to help keep the Zapatista uprising in the nearby state of Chiapas from spreading into Oaxaca.



Military attacks the people of San Jose del Progreso

By • Sep 5th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


military with no search warrants
broke into the homes of some of the people known to oppose the mine,
ostensibly looking for firearms.



Lessons of the California Students Movement

By • Sep 5th, 2010 • Category: Commentaries

Source:International Communist Current California is the epicenter of the developing student movement against cuts to public education.[1] The March 4 (M4) demonstrations were a manifestation of the response by the various actors involved in the movement. This article will analyze the specific origins of M4 and tendencies involved in the movement, which were only briefly […]



San Juan Copala: Urgent call for solidarity and defense of the encampment

By • Sep 5th, 2010 • Category: News & Analysis


Our indigenous Triqui people continue to be attacked, there is no disastrous day which our people are not familiar with, the pain and rage are in our hearts, women, children, old people, men, all of us and them, suffer injustice from institutions, from paramilitaries, from the death of comrades who are merely counted as unending statistics.