Photo: Funeral procession for Irish Republican Hero Alex Murphy By Mike Talavera Alex Murphy, a father of four who was convicted in the killing of two British undercover corporals in 1988, was laid to rest in the Roselawn Crematorium on Monday following a massive funeral procession held in his honor in Belfast. Onlookers saluted as the coffin wrapped in the Irish flag passed by, the funeral march … Continue reading IRELAND: Bonfires Lit, Shots Fired to Honor Passing of IRA Hero
By Jakob Stein Revolutionary slogans in support of Comrade Theo and his struggle were pasted on the entrance to the French consulate in Houston, and red paint was splattered around the entryway. Additional solidarity posters and graffiti have also been put up in Austin. At this time Comrade Théo is still on hunger strike demanding recognition from the French state as a political prisoner, and the … Continue reading HOUSTON: Comrade Theo Solidarity Banner Pasted on French Consulate
Foto: Agentes fronterizos patrullan el muro de la frontera fuera de San Diego Por el Consejo Editorial de Incendiary El fascista Patrick Crusius, de 21 años, escribió sobre la llamada “invasión hispana de Texas” en su manifiesto antes de llevar a cabo un tiroteo la semana pasada en El Paso, matando al menos a veintidós (22) personas e hiriendo a docenas más. En repetidas ocasiones … Continue reading No Hay Invasión Hispana, Solo la Opresión Nacional Imperialista de los EE.UU.
Por Ginés Casi 50 años después de la primera Marcha de la Moratoria Chicana en Houston, miembros de las Boinas Marrones (en inglés, los Brown Berets) de todo el país unieron para celebrar la historia de movimiento Chicano el 24 de julio. Capítulos de San Marcos, Austin, Dallas, Houston, California, Arizona, Colorado y Illinois reunieron con activistas indígenas, miembros del Partido Popular II (una organización basada … Continue reading Houston: Regresa la Marcha de la Moratoria Chicana Décadas Después de la Original
Photo: Police vehicles patrol old city walls of Derry on Monday Night By Mike Talavera This week, petrol bombs and other projectiles bombarded the old city walls of Derry (referred to by British occupiers as Londonderry) over the span of multiple nights, frustrating the Police Service of Northern Ireland who have not been able to make any arrests. Now a tourist attraction, the city walls … Continue reading IRELAND: Riots Rock Derry 50 Years After the Battle of Bogside
Photo: Graffiti seen in Austin reads, “From Austin to France, Combat + Resist! Free Comrade Théo! By Jakob Stein Overnight several displays of solidarity with Comrade Théo, political prisoner of the French state, went up around Austin including graffiti and posters. Comrade Théo started a hunger strike in late July after his arrest, demanding recognition as a political prisoner as well as freedom for all … Continue reading AUSTIN: Solidarity with Comrade Théo, Political Prisoner on Hunger Strike
Photo: Palestinians clash with Israeli police at al-Aqsa compound in occupied East Jerusalem. By Jakob Stein On Sunday, the first day of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha, Israeli security forces fired rubber bullets and tear gas at Palestinian worshipers at the al-Aqsa mosque. Thousands of Palestinians had gathered at the al-Aqsa compound in occupied East Jerusalem for the religious celebration, when reports broke that … Continue reading PALESTINE: Israeli Police Clash with Worshipers During Eid al-Adha