Posts in: latin america

Declaración del Comité por el Reagrupamiento Internacional Revolucionario (CRIR): ¿Quién mató a Marielle y Anderson?

20 de marzo, 2018

Brasil y el mundo se han conmovido por el asesinato de Marielle Franco, mujer del consejo de la ciudad de Río de Janeiro, del PSOL (Partido del Socialismo y la Libertad) y quien conducía su automóvil Anderson Gomes el 15 de marzo de 2018. Millones han salido a las calles en Río y en otras ciudades… Read more »

Who killed Marielle and Anderson?

March 20, 2018

Statement from Committee for Revolutionary International Regroupment on the assassination of Rio de Janeiro city councilwoman Marielle Franco and her driver Anderson Gomes.

The Tale of Two Dictators

Summer/Autumn 2007

Last December Chilean dictator, Augusto Pinochet, died peacefully in bed. Contrast this with the demise of Saddam Hussein, executed later that month in a ghoulish vengeance killing videoed and posted on the Internet. Both had been renowned for carrying out the dirty work of U.S. Imperialism. Why were they treated so differently? To protect the… Read more »

Your Say

Winter/Spring 2009

The Freedom Socialist Bulletin welcomes your opinions and campaign reports. Send contributions to PO Box 266, West Brunswick Vic 3055. Email: Author’s thanks Thank you for another top notch Freedom Socialist Bulletin. As an American, I really appreciate your in-depth coverage of Australian and Asian issues that we don’t get as much coverage of… Read more »

Pronunciamiento del CRIR sobre las maifestaciones masivas en Honduras y Argentina

26 de diciembre 2017

En las últimas semanas, los pueblos de Honduras y Argentina han sacudido al capitalismo de sus países. En Honduras, hemos presenciado una masiva irrupción contra un fraude electoral en sus últimas elecciones presidenciales. En Argentina, un ataque a las pensiones de los jubilados también ha sido rechazado de forma resuelta en las calles. Por un… Read more »

Labor Weather Report for June 2017

June 2017

May 2017 — Autoworkers fight for contract. Seventy percent of Volkswagen-Chattanooga workers in Tennessee voted to join United Auto Workers over a year ago. Yet the automaker still defies U.S. government orders to negotiate a contract. Unionists from seven other countries visited to show support for Local 42’s anger at unsafe working conditions, constant shift… Read more »