As the anniversary of the ‘disappearance’ of teachers approached, the State jailed our compañero Luis for 33 years for ‘damaging property’ at the Third Global Day for Ayotzinapa Protest, two years ago.
Accused of burning a bus Luis has been victimised and demonised in yet another atrocity by the ”terrorist” State. This is not exaggeration, the State really has condoned mass murders and disappearances and everyday torture of prisoners and opponents, as verified by UN and Human Rights reports.
Everyone has always known who is responsible, the ‘deep state’, the oligarchy of white rulers and landowners, allied with the drug mafia, with their money in Miami, and backed as always by the USA, are continuing their immoral nazi tactics. Continue reading Mexico Jails student Luis for 33 yrs for Ayotzinapa solidarity Demo
Mexican police attacked teachers striking against neoliberal education reforms in the southern state of Oaxaca, killing at least nine people and leaving dozens more injured, teleSUR Correspondent Fernando Camacho reported on Monday. Continue reading Police Massacre Teachers and Supporters..solidarity needed now
Elvira the radical feminist on the streets , Elvira the zapatista , the companion of sex workers (en español abajo)
Day 3: Autonomous Schools, Banks… Resistance. #Escuelita Zapatista
“Our Weapons are Our Words, Our Thinking, Our Hearts.”
“We are the Guardians of our Mother Land – it is not a commodity, it’s our mother.”
Day 2: Women’s Government at Zapatista Freedom School
More than 1500 invited students are in the Lacandonan Jungle taking part in the Zapatista Freedom school this week. The school has also gone online also with registered studemts participating by teleconference around the world. Due to demand new courses are planned for Dec and Jan. Ask for invite or register for next teleconference
On the second day of sessions, our six Zapatista teachers from the autonomous communities talked about the Women’s Revolutionary Law which was created since the beginning of their fight (see below the 10 Principles of that Act which was made public since their uprising in 1994).
1. Women, regardless of their race, creed, color or political affiliation, have a right to participate in the revolutionary struggle in any way that their desire and capacity determine. Continue reading Zapatist School Day 2: Women’s Government