“Es un enorme apoyo tener la solidaridad de otros países”, me comentó Arturo Campos mientras nos encontrábamos dentro de la cárcel donde está detenido ilegalmente en Ayutla de los Libres, Guerrero, México. El co-prisionero Ángel García añadió: “Enviamos un saludo a nuestros seguidores internacionales.” Campos y García son dirigentes encarcelados de la fuerza de policía… Read more »
“It is enormous support to have solidarity from other countries.”
We demand the U.S. end its complicity in crimes against the indigenous peoples of Latin America!
Political prisoner news, a salute to Heidi Durham, thanks for the article on Puerto Rico, and more.
The Freedom Socialist Bulletin welcomes your opinions and campaign reports. Send contributions to PO Box 266, West Brunswick Vic 3055. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 »
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 »
The following article is a slightly revised version of a talk given by Eduardo Martínez Zapata at a Freedom Socialist Party May Day celebration and forum in Portland, Oregon on May 6, 2006. When I was nine years old, my family came to the United States because my parents had no other option as they… Read more »
While the Bush Administration threatens North Korea and Iran, it has not let up the pressure on Cuba. Ever since the Cubans freed themselves from U.S. control in 1959, successive White House regimes have tried to kill off this revolutionary example. In past months, the world’s mainstream media have rallied around Bush’s efforts to paint… Read more »
A 2002 interview with Carmen Guzman, who fled El Salvador for Australia, brings home the life experiences that still drive displacement today.
Last November, a gathering outside the World of Coca Cola Museum in Atlanta, Georgia heard a bloody story. Edgar Paez, a Colombian unionist from the Coca Cola bottling plant in Carepa, Colombia, told the crowd that on the morning of December 5, 1996 the paramilitary squad, United Self Defence Forces (AUC), appeared at the gates… Read more »