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Archive for 17. Juni 2010

Die CPGB/Weekly Worker ergreift Position zu den Werken Homers und dem Untergang des bronzezeitlichen Staatensystems

Posted by entdinglichung - 17. Juni 2010

Homer, the Iliad and the Odyssey, and the Bronze Age collapse (Teil 1) von Chris Gray im aktuellen Weekly Worker der Communist Party of Great Britain (CPGB) … möglicherweise für die Agitation am Betriebstor nur bedingt geignet …

Posted in Archäologie, Britannien, Kommunismus, Literatur, Marxismus, Sozialismus, Wissenschaft, Zeitschriftenschau | 1 Comment »

Léonce Aguirre: 81 Jahre Kronstadt: Der Mythos von der „tragischen Notwendigkeit“ (2002)

Posted by entdinglichung - 17. Juni 2010

Wie schon anderswo vor längerer Zeit versprochen nun ein Text zu Kronstadt, 81 Jahre Kronstadt: Der Mythos von der „tragischen Notwendigkeit“ (pdf-Datei, 299 kb) von Léonce Aguirre, erstmals veröffentlicht in der Inprekorr Februar 2002, (Nr. 364)

Posted in Anarchismus, Klassenkampf, Kommunismus, Linke Geschichte, Marxismus, Repression, Revolution, Russland, Sowjetunion, Sozialismus, Sozialistika - Linke Archivalien, Stalinismus, Trotzkismus | 1 Comment »

Weitere Angriff auf GewerkschafterInnen in Honduras

Posted by entdinglichung - 17. Juni 2010

Quelle: Internationaler Gewerkschaftsbund (IGB)

Honduras: Violence and Human Rights Violations Escalate

16 June 2010: Honduras is immersed in a very worrying spiral of violence, and the international trade union movement remains on the alert for human rights violations. Being a trade unionist or part of the Resistance Front implies major risks in the Honduras of today. Various trade union and community leaders have faced death threats and attempts on their lives over recent weeks.

The situation in the country is deeply worrying: the repression continues unabated and the public sector is paralysed by the workers’ protest in support of the demand for an increase in their wages and the national minimum wage, against a background of serious hardships and constant human rights violations.

On 10 June, Oscar Molina, the brother-in-law of Porfirio Ponce, vice president of the drinks industry union STIBYS, was killed on the spot when two men came out of their vehicle, in broad daylight, and shot him 42 times in full public view when he stopped at a traffic light at a busy junction.

Shortly prior to this attack, Carolina Pineda, finance secretary of the secondary teachers’ association COPEMH, suffered an attempt on her life by hooded men who attacked the vehicle she was driving, shooting at her with high-calibre weapons. She was fortunately able to escape from her attackers, taking refuge in a private house, where she was offered protection. Carolina Pineda is a leader of one of the teachers’ organisations most committed to the fight against the coup. She had reported having received repeated death threats by telephone and text message.

On 12 June, José Luis Baquedano, deputy general secretary of the CUTH trade union confederation, was attacked as he travelled in a van with his daughter and three grandchildren by armed assailants in a grey minibus with smoked-glass windows who opened fire with a pistol. Fortunately no one was harmed. The trade union leader, also an executive member of the National Resistance Front (FNRP), managed to escape the attackers. Short afterwards, his vehicle was stopped by a police patrol; rather than offering him help, the police officers accused him of being responsible for the shots, allowing the gunmen to escape.

Posted in Gewerkschaft, Honduras, Klassenkampf, Menschenrechte - Freiheitsrechte, Repression | Leave a Comment »