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¡Alto a la agresión EE.UU. contra Siria!

By August 28, 2013

Antes de hablar de alguno de los detalles de la última gran mentira, WW-Mundo Obrero denuncia cualquier ataque aéreo o con misiles contra Siria como un crimen de guerra internacional. Hacemos un llamado a todas las fuerzas contra la guerra en los Estados Unidos para hacer frente y decir “no” a este acto de agresión. […]


Stop U.S. aggression on Syria!

By August 25, 2013

Aug. 25 — Before we discuss any of the details of the latest Big Lie, Workers World denounces any missile or air attack on Syria as an international war crime. We call upon all anti-war forces in the United States to stand up to say “No!” to this act of aggression. U.S. imperialism is poised […]


Fight to free Chelsea Manning

By August 22, 2013

It was no surprise, but no less a crime of U.S. military injustice, that Pvt. Chelsea Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison. And there is no reason that the movement that supports this young soldier, whose actions most of the world’s people consider heroic, should slow down its actions to win Manning’s freedom. […]


All unite to fight racism

By August 21, 2013

Key to the class struggle Reality has demolished the myth that classes and class struggle don’t exist in the United States. Never true, lately it’s obvious that the very rich have waged a one-sided class war against the poor and indeed against all of us have to sell our labor to live. The particular history […]


¡Alto la masacre en Egipto!


14 de agosto de 2013 – Workers World/Mundo Obrero condena la reciente masacre de partidarios de la Hermandad Musulmana que se manifestaban en El Cairo. Fue ordenada por los generales egipcios entrenados por Estados Unidos quienes previamente habían llevado a cabo el golpe militar que derrocó al presidente electo Mohamed Morsi. Esta sangrienta masacre, junto […]


Stop the massacre in Egypt!

By August 14, 2013

Workers World condemns the latest massacre of Muslim Brotherhood supporters demonstrating in Cairo. It was ordered by the U.S.-trained Egyptian generals who had earlier carried out the military coup that ousted elected President Mohamed Morsi. This bloody slaughter, along with the appointment of 17 Army and two police generals as governors of the 27 Egyptian […]


Let Lynne go!

By August 13, 2013

Another vindictive assault has taken place against a courageous people’s lawyer. On Aug. 8, District Judge John Koetl rejected Lynne Stewart’s most recent appeal for compassionate release from prison, claiming that the court cannot intervene until the Federal Bureau of Prisons has filed a motion in support of her release. Stewart, a political prisoner known […]


Free Manning! Jail Bush!

By August 7, 2013

To clarify the injustice in the verdict finding Pfc. B. Manning guilty of 20 of the charges against this anti-war hero, contrast it with the record of real war criminal George W. Bush. To keep it simple, examine their role regarding only the U.S. war against Iraq. Bush was president of the United States during […]


Zimmerman a hero? No way!

By August 4, 2013

There’s a good chance you dismissed the ridiculous media reports of July 22 that Trayvon Martin’s killer, George Zimmerman, “emerged from hiding” to save a family from an overturned SUV. Why waste time on such nonsense? You might be spending your time more productively — supporting the Tallahassee sit-in of the Dream Defenders, for instance, […]


Labor & Trayvon — An injury to all

By July 24, 2013

Trayvon Martin didn’t live long enough to find a permanent job. He wasn’t a dues-paying union member. Why then is justice for Trayvon Martin, who was a 17-year-old African-American high school student at the time of his slaying, important to the organized labor movement in the United States? His importance is being shown by the […]