En el momento en que los funcionarios han llamado al timbre de la vivienda, el hombre se ha quitado la vida.
Un vecino del barrio de Sants de Barcelona se ha suicidado este lunes por la tarde lanzándose por un patio interior del edificio en el que se alojaba cuando iba a ser desahuciado por la comitiva judicial.
There I had explained, yet again, that despite the name of their party, Hitler’s “National Socialists” were not really socialists at all, but tools of big business.
The “socialist” part of the label was just a way of grabbing votes, at a time in history when capitalism was badly viewed by most.
It suddenly struck me that it was perhaps not just the second half of the label which was misleading. If the Nazis were funded by American financial interests, as Antony C Sutton demonstrates, then could they really be said to be “national” either?
We have been brought up to regard Nazism as the ultimate historical reminder of the potential dangers of nationalism, so it may seem absurd to suggest that the Nazis were not really nationalists at all.
But the idea makes more sense if we understand that nationalism is, in any case, built on deception.
The idea of a “nation” is itself a construct, used to help justify the existence or potential existence of a state. This “nation” offers “inclusivity”, inviting people to identify with the state. The state is no longer regarded as “them”, the ruling class who really own and control it, but as “us”, the nation.
Nationalism as a political ideology is therefore, to some extent, the weaponisation of that manufactured “national” identification with the ruling class.
The data, collected as part of the app-based Zoe Covid symptom study, suggests that the Delta variant first detected in India feels like a “bad cold”, according to Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London, who is leading the work.
The EZLN squad will undertake a tour of more than 20 European countries, to which they were invited by different European organizations and NGOs with the idea of exchanging ideas on how to confront “the inequality derived from the capitalist economic and social system.”
Señaló que de esa fecha en adelante “se saludarán las elevaciones” en las islas de San Martino, Monte Faro y Monte Agudo” y luego se entrará a la Ría de Vigo.
Mexico City, Jun 14 (EFE) .- The delegation of seven members of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), which left Mexico on May 2 for Europe, is close to completing its journey after they left this Monday from Portugal to Spain, the organization reported.
A Yanomami man stands near an illegal gold mine during Brazil’s environmental agency operation against illegal gold mining on indigenous land, in the heart of the Amazon rainforest, in Roraima state, Brazil April 17
Sao Paulo, Brazil – The armed attackers came in boats during the night.
“Ne conquiers pas le monde si tu dois y laisser ton âme car la sagesse vaut mieux que l’or et l’argent.”
Robert Nesta Marley dit Bob Marley (1945 – 1981) est le plus célèbre chanteur jamaïcain. Le 21 mai 1981, Marley recevra des funérailles d’État. Aujourd’hui encore, Bob Marley est l’auteur, compositeur, interprète, chanteur et musicien jamaïcain le plus célèbre au monde. Au cours de sa carrière, Il vendra plus de 200 millions de disques.
“Don’t gain the world and lose your soul; wisdom is better than silver or gold”.
Robert Nesta Marley, known as Bob Marley (1945 – 1981) is the most famous Jamaican singer and on May 21, 1981, Marley will receive a state funeral. Bob Marley is still the most famous Jamaican author, composer, performer, singer and musician in the world today. During his…
gal-dem Historian Rebecca Hall speaks to Leyla Reynolds about hidden histories, women-led slave revolts and why she’s doing academia differently.
You don’t often see historians presenting their work via illustration. But thinking about it, why not? What better way to bring the past to vivid life?
That’s exactly the approach taken by Dr Rebecca Hall, a historian who’s seeking to uncover the hidden legacies of transatlantic slavery via graphic novel.
Her new book, WAKE, is a collaboration with artist Hugo Martinez and explores the under-researched history of women-led slave revolts in the Americas.
The book explores both the revolts that took place on slave ships during the so-called ‘Middle Passage’ stage of the Triangular Trade and uprisings that happened in colonial New York, pieced together from historical evidence ranging from slave ship logs to forensic matter taken from enslaved African burial grounds in the city.
There are some things that I objectively am — traits that I was born with or into and that, regardless of my life circumstances, will never change. I am white. I am female. I am a sister. There are other things that I objectively am currently, but that maybe weren’t always true, like being vegan or a registered Independent voter.
And then there are the things I believe, the labels that I adopted over time as my perspectives on politics, religion, and ideologies have shifted. I was raised Christian, but today I am more of an agnostic atheist. I used to call myself a socialist, then a communist, and then an anarcho-communist.
Two days before the national elections were held in Mexico on June 4, a group of normalistas (students who attend rural teachers’ colleges) set fire to a National Electoral Institute (INE, Instituto Nacional Electoral) building in Tuxtla-Gutierrez, Chiapas in demand for the freedom of 17 imprisoned normalistas. The 17 normalistas were arrested last month after seizing buses and occupying a highway on May 18 as part of protests against online exams.
Following the arrests last month, normalistas and activists targeted a state official building, promising to prevent the national elections in the state of Chiapas if the students weren’t released.
In the most recent action, the INE building was set ablaze with an incendiary device which caused damage to furniture and computers. The slogan, “Free the normalistas” was spray painted on the wall of the building.
The normalistas had originally rallied on May 18 to demand that admission exams be taken in person, as many do not have internet access in rural areas. At this protest, 74 women and 19 men were arrested; of the 93 arrested 17 remain in prison. Two indigenous protesters were disappeared after the protest.
The burning of the INE is the most recent combative action demanding the freedom of the students; previous actions involved blocking highways and targeting official government buildings. The normalistas have made it clear that their demands will not be satisfied through the ballot box, and that their resistance will continue to grow.
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Proponents argue self-disseminating vaccines could mean they no longer have to run complex mass vaccination programs. Critics say the vaccines pose many health risks and would also spell the end of informed consent.
In October 2019, the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security co-sponsored the “pandemic exercise,” Event 201.
A little more than a year later, when the Event 201 scenario morphed from “hypothetical” to concrete, it became clear that sponsors of the event intended to see the majority of the world vaccinated against COVID-19.
Demonstration in Madrid against possible pardons for some of the Catalans still jailed for helping organise a popular referendum calling for Independence.
The National Police number 25,000 attendees at the Colon concentration, half the number two years ago .. In 2019 45,000 people joined, according to the Government Delegation. Recent local elections have enthroned the Right and Extreme right in the City Council.
Twitter memes abounded after this demonstrator showed up in a bull mask. Bull fighting is still recognised as ‘culture’ and violently supported by far right nationalist males.
Only 25,000 people have attended the Columbus demonstration against pardons held this Sunday in Madrid, according to data from the National Police provided by the Government Delegation.
However the organisers claimed access to the square was closed at 12 noon because it was full. Last year crowd estimates were as high as 200.000 by the organisers.
This would mean that half of the people who did attend the rally that took place at this same point two years ago, which according to the Government Delegation, were attended by 45,000 people.
Fascism is illegal in Germany, but ‘Culture’ in Spain
The data of the National Police contrast with those of the Municipal Police of Madrid, which numbers 126,000 participants. It is also far from the figure that the organizers contributed two years ago, who assured that 200,000 people were gathered in Colón.
The concentration, called by the Union 78 platform, was scheduled to begin at 12:00 hours, but has finally been delayed by almost an hour due to technical difficulties.
The accesses to the Plaza de Colón had to be closed before 12:00 hours because the capacity of the square was full and to guarantee the measures of social distance between the participants.
Anti-Catalan Madrid demo half-empty/MANI ANTICATALANA DE MADRID MIG BUIDA
LA CAPITAL FEIXISTA DE LA UE NOMÉS ARREPLEGA 25.000 ESPANYOLISTES COMPARAT AMB 45.000 EL 2019
/La Policia Nacional ha xifrat en 25.000 les persones concentrades a la plaça de Colón de Madrid contra els indults als presos independentistes, segons ha Compta ambel suport de personalitats com Andrés Trapiello, Félix Ovejero, Félix de Azúa i la periodista Elvira Roca. També l’exalcalde deLa…
In the EU’s fascist capital only 25,000 Spanish nationalists turn up compared to 45,000 in 2019/
La Policía Nacional cifra en 25.000 los asistentes a la concentración de Colon, la mitad que hace dos años
En 2019 se juntaron 45.000 personas, según la Delegación del Gobierno.
Los datos de la Policía Nacional contrastan con los de la Policía Municipal de Madrid, que cifra en 126.000 los participantes. Queda lejos también de la cifra que aportaron los organizadores hace dos años, que aseguraron que se llegaron a juntar 200.000 personas en Colón.
La concentración, convocada por la plataforma Unión 78, estaba previsto que comenzara a las 12:00 horas, pero finalmente se ha retrasado casi una hora debido a dificultades técnicas.
translation: You’re not fascists for waving the Spanish flag. But because you only do it to REPRESS. I never see you with it at evictions, social demonstrations or in a popular diner.
Los acceso a la Plaza de Colón ”se tuvieron que cerrar antes de las 12:00 horas debido a que el aforo de la plaza estaba completo y para garantizar las medidas de distancia social entre los participantes”.
Foto exclusiva:Translated from Spanish … Pro-democratic forces demonstrating in Colón this morning.