Chiapas Support Committee

Category: Capitalism


Peru, a popular destituent movement

By: Luís Hernández Navarro Southern Peru burns. Angered by the usurpation of the popular will and government repression, demonstrators set fire to banks in Yunguyo, Puno department. They did the same at the police station in Triunfo, Arequipa. In the…

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Massacre in Peru: Democracy at war against the peoples

By: Raúl Zibechi “In the Andes massacres follow one anotherwith the rhythm of the seasons.There are four in the world; in the Andes there are five:spring, summer, autumn, winter and massacre.”Manuel Scorza On January 4, a regional strike began in…

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In Chicomuselo, they march against armed groups that impose mining

Hundreds of people marched in Chicomuselo to demand an end to the violence and a halt to paramilitary groups that seek to impose mining in the region. By: Isaín Mandujano TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Chiapas (apro) Hundreds of men, women and children…

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Capitalism in criminal mode

By: Raúl Zibechi In Latina America a criminal or mafia capitalism is expanding geometrically, in whose practices the differences between formality, informality and crime dissolve, as Peruvian researcher Francisco Durand maintains and how he has previously analyzed the Argentine Marcelo…

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Pablo González Casanova, a Latin American trajectory

By: Sebastián Rivera Mir* In the 1970s, the Argentine dictatorship decided to outlaw hundreds of books analyzing the continent’s social and political conditions. On Sociology of exploitation, by Pablo González Casanova [1], they declared that it was a book that…

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Peru, the language of the street

By: Luis Hernández Navarro The street is talking in Peru. And it does so loudly. From the farthest and deepest corners of its geography to the megacity of Lima, it cries out for the closure of Congress, for new general…

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To gaze without seeing, to think without feeling: the limits of eurocentrism

By: Raúl Zibechi The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the consequent war between powers is having profound effects on critical thinking and movements, but in a divergent way in the North and in Latin America: differences and distances are deepening…

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From Ricardo Flores Magón to Julian Assange II

By Carlos Fazio Released in October 1903 and unable to continue his organizing and campaigning in Mexico, Ricardo Flores Magón went into exile in Laredo, Texas, and then to St. Louis, Missouri, a refuge for anarchist and Marxist dissidents and…

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The Peruvian oligarchy overthrew President Castillo

By: Manolo De Los Santos* June 6, 2021 was a date that shocked many in the Peruvian oligarchy. Pedro Castillo Terrones, a rural teacher who had never been elected to public office, won the second round of the presidential election…

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From Ricardo Flores Magón to Julian Assange I

By: Carlos Fazio 100 years have elapsed between the death of Ricardo Flores Magón in the Leavenworth Penitentiary, in Kansas, USA, on November 21, 1922 — where he was serving a 22-year sentence for the crime of anarchism, but formally…

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