18 avril 2011

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are? (in Arabic)

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are? (in Arabic)
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03 mars 2011

Solidarity with the rebels at war against the State and the power in the Maghreb and elsewhere

Since several months, the revolt has been growing and spreading from Algeria to Iraq. Thousands of rebels, young and less young, men and women shook the power while demonstrating, rioting, striking. Ben Ali and Mubarak left. May they croak! According to the bourgeois and their allies (unions, parties, political organizations, and journalists) “the people demands democracy”… as if we would like to be controlled, imprisoned, dispossessed of our existence under the yoke of any government. As if democracy could solve all our problems by... [Lire la suite]
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03 mars 2011

Here or elsewhere: only one struggle, class struggle!

After Ben Ali and Mubarak, who’s next? The revolutionary fire spreads all over the Arabic countries. A wave of panic sweeps through the dictators’ side, while the population steps up its courage and self-confidence, in spite of the most ferocious repression, like in Libya. In Algeria, in Yemen, in Bahrain, in Libya, in Iran, or in Morocco, at various levels, demonstrations increase. In Libya the hundreds of deaths on the orders of the dictator in desperate straits only contributed to overexciting the courage of demonstrators and... [Lire la suite]
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22 janvier 2011

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are?

Rebels in the Maghreb… who they are? The State and its enlightened commentators were first selling us that it was about: a little obstacle in the smooth running of business, to get round as soon as possible; an expression of brutality peculiar to countries not well civilized; hooligans, terrorists who attack the institutions, private property, police, and who have to be repressed by their governments, with our help. After a Head of State was forced to run away, they were selling us that it was about: ... [Lire la suite]
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21 janvier 2011

Leaflet of solidarity with the Tunisian insurgents

Leaflet of solidarity with the Tunisian insurgents Since several weeks, proletarians in the Maghreb revolt against living conditions that become intolerable and against the terror policy of the State. They take to the street, clash with cops, assault all the buildings of the State, warehouses of goods, banks… they block roads and particularly in Algeria they clearly reject any oppositional and/or Islamite political control. In their real practice these movements of struggle affirm themselves against the State, against private... [Lire la suite]
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10 août 2009

Letters from Algeria: the situation after the uprising - The Red Menace

Accounts of a participant in the 1988 uprising against austerity measures in Algeria. These letters were received by our comrades at Le Brise Glace (The Ice Breaker). We are publishing them because they give an interesting eye-witness account of the situation before and immediately after last year’s uprising in Algeria. The reference to ‘Chadli’ is to the president, ChadIi Benjedid. Hello, I spent a dozen days at the seaside… the sea is the only thing here which is still beautiful. Our country is In the process of living... [Lire la suite]
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