Senegal: demonstration against a third term of President wade

Mon, 2011-10-03 14:33
Submitted by Sekouba

the M23 movement composed by groups rap , civil society, political parties organized a demonstration on September 23, 2011 against a third term of President wade. They ask the president to respect the constitution by leaving power. Young people are committed to the fight against the applycation of President Wade in february 2012 presidential election

Senegal : Demonstration against thirth mandat

Sat, 2011-09-24 16:36
Submitted by Sekouba

Bifall to Zulu

Tue, 2011-07-19 09:08
Submitted by motho

SACP: Marxism of a special type? STATE OWNERSHIP AND THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION:**DEBATING THE ISSUE OF NATIONALISATION*

Thu, 2011-07-14 10:35
Submitted by motho

This is a response from prominant memebers of the South African Communist Party (SACP) to the debate raised by the ANC- Youth league regarding Nationalisation of the South African mining sector.

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*/The People Shall Share in the Country's Wealth!/*

The national wealth of our country, the heritage of South Africans, shall be restored to the people;//The mineral wealth beneath the soil, the Banks and monopoly industry
shall be transferred to the ownership of the people as a whole;//All other industry and trade shall be controlled to assist the wellbeing of the people;//All people shall have equal rights to trade where they choose, to manufacture and to enter all trades, crafts and professions./*/Freedom Charter, 1955/*

In Makeni, Lusaka, at the HQ of the ANC's Department of Information and Publicity there was an old man called Mpanza, /umgwenya,/ who was responsible for maintenance of the complex. He had little formal education, and so we rarely involved him in our discussions on scripts for Radio Freedom and Mayibuye, our arrogant assumption being that he had nothing profound to contribute.

Until one day when he found us debating whether the Freedom Charter would lead to socialism or not: his intervention in flowery /isiZulu/, was profound - tribute to the night schools of the liberation movement before its banning. Especially when we achieve our freedom there will be intense struggle around this issue, he argued, because the Charter can be interpreted in all kinds of ways. Capitalist-oriented freedom fighters will pull it in their direction, while socialist-oriented ones will pull it in a different direction; and this will ultimately be resolved by the balance of forces.

Zimbabwe case resumes on Monday: 'treason' for, Gwisai, Choto, Mombeyarara, Chakuma, Gumbo, Zimuto.

Thu, 2011-07-14 09:29
Submitted by motho

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The International Socialist Organisation [ISO] Zimbabwe wishes to update all progressive cadres, socialists, revolutionaries and democrats who have been in solidarity with us since the unjust February 19th 2011 arrest, detention and torture of ISO comrades, student leaders and human rights activists that the case of State v Munyaradzi Gwisai and 6 Others goes to court on the 18th of July 2011 .The trial will take place at the Rotten Row magistrates Court Regional Court 18 in Harare, Zimbabwe at 0830hrs.

The Power -- And Limits -- Of Social Movements

Wed, 2011-07-13 13:12
Submitted by motho

By Robert Jensen

12 July, 2011
Countercurrents.org

Dissidents not only have to be willing to tell the truth about the delusions of the dominant culture, but make sure we don't fall into delusions of our own.

In mainstream politics in the United States, everyone agrees on one
thing: We're number one. We're special. We're America. We're on top,
where we deserve to be. In dissident politics in the United States, we have long argued that this quest for economic and military dominance can't be squared with basic moral and politicalprinciples. We're on top, but it's unjust and unsustainable.