From Gaza to the Bronx: We charge genocide

By August 12, 2014

This article is dedicated to the honor and memory of the Four Little Footballers: Mohammed Bakr (11), Ahed Bakr (11), Zakariya Bakr (10) and Ismail Bakr (9). As I have seen the barrage of Twitter and Facebook photos of dead children in the streets of Gaza, I cannot help but to relate and be empathetic. [...]

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Carta de un veterano del ejército israelí

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Yo era miembro de las fuerzas armadas israelíes de 1972 – 1975 y participé en las ocupaciones ilegales sionistas de Palestina, Egipto y Siria y la guerra árabe-israelí de 1973.  He sido testigo de la firmeza y la resistencia del pueblo palestino, junto con sus aliados de otras comunidades árabes. Aunque los sistemas de armas, [...]

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EUA comete crímenes de guerra en Gaza

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Mientras voceros del gobierno estadounidense cínicamente condenaban el bombardeo israelí en Gaza de una escuela de la ONU que estaba siendo utilizada para albergar a 3.300 civiles el 29 de julio, el Pentágono abría las puertas a una provisión secreta de armas estadounidenses y municiones a Israel para reabastecer su menguante reserva. El bombardeo mató [...]

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Masacre de Gaza expone demócratas

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Si usted no se había percatado del verdadero papel del Partido Demócrata, la masacre por el ejército israelí contra civiles palestinas/os debieron abrirle los ojos. Mientras fotos y videos impresionantes de la devastación de Gaza están siendo observados las 24 horas por cualquier persona con una computadora, los políticos demócratas no pueden expresar su apoyo [...]

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Colombian GM workers continue fight

By August 11, 2014
Encampment at U.S. Embassy in Colombia.

A group of injured workers set up a tent encampment outside the U.S. Embassy in Bogotá, Colombia, on Aug. 1, 2011. Formerly exemplary workers at General Motors’ Colmotores plant, they were among hundreds who had been fired after sustaining work-related injuries that left them unable to do their jobs. The Association of Injured Workers and [...]

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Gaza slaughter exposes Democrats

By August 9, 2014

If your eyes weren’t open to the true role of the Democratic Party, the Israeli military’s slaughter of Palestinian civilians should have snapped them wide open. As stunning photos and videos of the devastation of Gaza are being watched 24/7 by anyone with a laptop or iPhone, Democratic politicians can’t voice their support for Israel [...]

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NLRB ruling: Workers 1, McDonald’s 0

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Labor organizing involves fighting injustice — on the picket lines, in the streets. When the bosses retaliate — and they always do — workers and unions need to use every resource to fight for their rights. Thanks to the hard-fought labor struggles of the 1930s, the National Labor Relations Act was passed in 1935, setting [...]

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Capitalism increases Ebola dangers

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Aug. 7 — Ebola was identified 40 years ago in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, then called Zaire. Two hundred and eighty people died in this first reported outbreak, on the banks of the river Ebola, out of 318 infected, for a fatality rate of 88 percent. For the next 40 years, Ebola was [...]

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Ukrainian Nazis and the ‘Commissar Order’

By August 8, 2014

Victor Shapinov, of the Marxist organization Union Borotba (Struggle), makes the connection between the Nazi practice of extermination of communists and commissars in 1941 and the latest news about the “Anti-Terrorist Operation” that is currently targeting communists and leftist activists in Ukraine. The article originally appeared on the website ActualComment.ru and was translated by Workers [...]

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An assassination that announced World War I

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July 31 — One hundred years ago today a brutal assassination announced the outbreak of World War I. No, it was not the killing in Sarajevo of Archduke Ferdinand, representative of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The June 28, 1914, shooting of this inconsequential political figure, who was scorned by his own royal family and despised by [...]

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