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Vermischtes

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Oktober 2009

1.) Aus dem gestrigen Guardian:

2.) Das IBRP heisst jetzt Internationale Kommunistische Tendenz:

„Um unserer Existenz als vereinigter internationaler Organisation einen klareren Ausdruck zu geben, haben wir beschlossen den Namen der Organisation in Internationalistische Kommunistische Tendenz (mit dem Zusatz „für die revolutionäre Partei“ auf der Website) zu ändern. Dies drückt keine Veränderung in den Beziehungen zwischen unseren Gruppen aus, noch bedeutet es, dass die jeweiligen Gruppen ihre Verantwortung aufgeben, ihre Präsenz in der Arbeiterklasse zu verstärken.“

3.) Die Höflichkeit gegenüber den Cops in Oldenburg ist aus deren Sicht ungenügend, wie Regentied berichtet:

„Im Einsatz müssen sich Oldenburgs Polizisten immer häufiger schlimmste Beleidigungen anhören. Seit Anfang des Jahres kamen bereits 64 Fälle zur Anzeige. »Das hat eine Dimension angenommen, die wie bisher nicht kannten. Es ist erschütternd«, sagte Polizei-Chef Johann Kühme. »Das hat mit Respektlosigkeit zu tun. Und dieses Verhalten richtet sich nicht nur gegen Polizisten. Hier macht sich ein Wertewandel in der Gesellschaft bemerkbar«.“

4.) Aus einem offenen Brief von Rachel Tabachnik und Bruce Wilson auf Talk2Action an Elie Wiesel auf Grund von dessen Bestreben bei einer Veranstaltung von John Hagee’s Christians United for Israel (CUFI) aufzutreten:

„John Hagee teaches „theological racism,“ the idea that the destiny of peoples is based on their biblical genealogy. Hagee claims Jewish souls are different from those of gentiles and that, according to divine plan, Jews have no right to live anywhere on Earth but in Israel. Hagee’s fellow Christian Zionists predict that a coming, divinely ordained paroxysm of anti-Semitic violence, a „second Holocaust,“ will be necessary to force all Jews to make aliyah. From the pulpit, pastor Hagee and his fellow Christian Zionists preach their theological racism that risks provoking such a catastrophe.

John Hagee’s attacks on Judaism are well documented and have included calling Hillel an extremist whose followers incited both the killing of Jesus and centuries of anti-Semitism. From the pulpit Hagee has claimed that the anti-Christ is „partially Jewish, as was Adolf Hitler.“

Hagee also preaches that European-based Rothschilds control the US economy, through the Federal Reserve, and conspire to attack the American middle class by devaluing the dollar.“

5.) Papst Ratzingers Verein fhrt derzeit Gesprche in einer „herzlichen, respektvollen und konstruktiven Atmosphäre“ mit den reaktionären Piusbrüdern, mehr dazu auf Atheist Media Blog und auf Analyse, Kritik & Aktion … an anderen Orten und bei anderen Themen zeigt sich der Vatikan weniger konziliant, wie Splintered Sunrise anmerkt:

„Deposing the leader of an African Church: Earlier this month Pope Benedict accepted the resignation of Archbishop Paulin Pomodimo of Bangui, the most senior Catholic cleric in the Central African Republic (CAR). The resignation followed a visit to the CAR by a papal emissary, Archbishop Robert Sarah, secretary of the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples, in March. It is widely thought that the Pope requested the archbishop’s resignation because he tolerated priests keeping mistresses.“

6.) Die Church of England hält ein Aktienpaket im Wert von 29 Millionen Pfund wo auch Anteile der Firma BHP Billiton dabei sind:

„But today, critics of the company will present an alternative report outlining the negative impacts of many of the company’s operations – in Australia, West Papua, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, South Africa, Canada, Colombia and Chile.

The report is the work of organisations from many countries working with directly impacted communities, including church groups.

The report catalogues abuses of human rights, particularly of affected communities, issues of worker health and safety, livelihood and food security, and environmental problems. It also raises issues around climate change and BHP Billiton’s commitment to increased extraction and promotion of both coal and uranium for power production.

At the launch, representatives of communities in Colombia which are being removed to make way for expansion of the world’s biggest opencast coal mine, Cerrejon (one-third owned by BHP Billiton) will describe their own experience with the company. Farming families in villages around the mine have been deprived of their livelihoods as the mine expands and accuse the Cerrejon Coal company of failing to negotiate in good faith or offer sufficient assistance or compensation. They want BHP Billiton to make Cerrejon Coal deal with them fairly.“

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Angriff der Bullen auf ArbeiterInnendemonstration in Ahvaz

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Oktober 2009

Quelle: Human Rights Activists in Iran:

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At Least 50 Arrested, Several Wounded During Labor Protest in Ahvaz

Monday, October 26, 2009

The fourth day of Looleh-Chodani (Cast Iron Pipe) Factory workers’ protest turned violent when security forces intervened. Several workers have been arrested.

HRA- The workers unit of HRA reports that in a fourth day of protests, Looleh-Chodani workers took to the streets of downtown Ahvaz. The workers who were asking for their unpaid wages gathered and marched on the Talaghani and Cimetri streets in downtown Ahvaz. Security forces who for the most part had the demonstrators under their watch in previous days, this time ordered the workers to disperse.

When Looleh-Chodani workers refused to leave, security forces then attacked the crowd of demonstrators. During the violent attack several workers were wounded and at least 50 demonstrators were arrested. The fate of the arrested Looleh-Chodani workers remains unknown.

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