Photo: Hundreds of protesters in support of Catalan independence gather in Barcelona during a general strike on October 18. By Felipe Vera For nearly two weeks, hundreds of thousands of Catalans have been revolting against the Spanish state, throwing rocks at the police, declaring a general strike, and occupying airports and roads. On Monday October 14, the Spanish Supreme Court declared its ruling on a … Continue reading CATALONIA: Mass Revolt Against Spanish State Repression
Foto: El Consejo de AISD reunían el 9 de septiembre para repasar los cierres propuestos de 12 escuelas Este artículo es una traducción. Por Walter Villareal y David Martínez El lunes por la noche, el consejo del Distrito Escolar Independiente de Austin (o AISD) revisó los planes de cerrar 12 escuelas públicas en base a las recomendaciones del distrito publicadas el viernes pasado. AISD continúa … Continue reading Austin: 12 Escuelas Enfrentan al Cierre Sobre la Gentrificación Que Reduce el Número de Inscripción.
Photo: People’s Liberation Guerilla Army in India By Mike Talavera Over the past month, the old Indian state has escalated its Hindu nationalist program by intensifying its crackdown of Kashmir and launching an anti-immigrant campaign in the northeast state of Assam. Meanwhile, successful actions by the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) under the leadership of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) have advanced the People’s … Continue reading INDIA: People’s War Rages On as Old State Pushes Hindu Nationalism
Photo: Aftermath of handmade explosives thrown at private bank in Istanbul. By Jennifer Kelly This week, the Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist-Leninist (TKP/ML) carried out attacks against a bank and Turkish postal office building in Sarigazi, a predominantly Kurdish district on the eastern outskirts of Istanbul. According to an email received by the revolutionary Turkish newspaper Yeni Demokrasi, TKP/ML militants undertook the actions, and left a … Continue reading TURKEY: Molotov Cocktails Hurled at Bank, Government Building
Photo: Protesters clash with police in West Papua By Jakob Stein On Wednesday, Indonesian police in the West Papuan Deiyai Regency killed six protesters and injured several more, including children, during a protest supporting West Papuan national liberation. The vicious police crackdown is part of a larger pattern of state repression against the oppressed nation of Papua. At least one police officer was killed and … Continue reading INDONESIA: Police Open Fire on Protesters in West Papua, Killing Six
Photo: Home of Pierre Heinbaugh after being vandalized by supporters of Pittsburgh steel workers. By Alex Meins (Corrections have been made to this article for better accuracy) The capitalists and management of McConway & Torley Co., the last steel foundry in Pittsburgh, have recently lengthened the workday to inhumane hours, pushing the intensity of the work to a point of barbarity and forcing one worker to … Continue reading PITTSBURGH: Workers’ Struggle Begins at Steel Foundry, Supervisor Targeted
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.
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: 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
Photo: Scene from protests in Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir, last Friday. By Mike Talavera Last Friday, tens of thousands took to the streets in Srinagar, capital of occupied Jammu and Kashmir, to defy a week-long crackdown by the old Indian state. A few days before, the reactionary Indian government, led by fascist Prime Minister Nerenda Modi, issued a decree officially revoking Article 370 of … Continue reading KASHMIR: India Revokes Kashmiri Rights, Escalates Military Occupation