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Archive for 3. Februar 2011

Dinge, für die mensch sich nicht entschuldigen darf

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Februar 2011

aus einem Artikel von John Pilger im gestrigen Morning Star:

„When Green leader Bob Brown dared suggest that the Queensland flood was due in part to „the burning of fossil fuels [causing] the hottest oceans we’ve ever seen off Australia,“ he was told to apologise to the mining industry.“

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Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Februar 2011

1.) Weiteres zu den Kämpfen in Tunesien, Ägypten & umzu bei ESSF, Jura Libertaire, Bob, Poumista, WLUML, WAC-Maan, Workers Liberty (1 & 2) und Révolution en Iran

2.) Jetzt auch als Fernsehen: labournet.tv

3.) auch lesenswert: Insurgent Notes, Journal of Communist Theory and Practice

4.) zwei neue Blogs: Everybody Hates a Tourist und Smarties Welt

5.) Bullenrepression gegen das Kafe Marat in München, wo am Wochenende die Kriegskonferenz 2011 mitsamt Gegenaktionen stattfindet

6.) Musik:

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Ein Bericht von einer Kundgebung der Labour Party Pakistan (LPP) im Swat Valley

Posted by entdinglichung - 3. Februar 2011

Quelle: Webseite der LPP

More than 500 participated in LPP Meeting

By Farooq Ahmad

A public meeting at Chaprial in Swat valley organized by Labour Party Pakistan Pukhtoon Khawa was attended by over 500. This was the first political public gathering in this area after a military operation forced the religious fanatics to retreat from the area they controlled till 2009. This was one of the three public gathering organized today attended by central leadership of LPP including Farooq Tariq spokes person LPP, Younas Rahu general secretary LPP Sindh and Nazli Javed member federal committee. Earlier on the day, over hundred attended in a village in Marta Tehseel.

LPP leadership said that people of Swat has suffered both at the hands of religious fundamentalists and military operation. The fanatic have burnt most of the educational institutions and had killed many who opposed them. The fanatics have killed Salman Taseer who was raising voice against a discriminatory blasphemy laws. We condemn this brutal killing. The religious fundamentalist groups made the lives of Swat people miserable.

The LPP leaders said that the military take over of Swat also solved nothing and the most of the people suffer because of military check ups and are humiliated all the times. The LPP leaders said that joining of over 2000 in LPP in different parts of Swat shows that Left can be developed even in most difficult objective conditions.

“we demand that the alliance government break all links with religious fanatics and American imperialism. They both are anti masses and have nothing to offer to the working class of Pakistan. American imperialism must quit Afghanistan that have been used all the time by the fanatics to win support among people. American dictated policies have resulted price hike and unemployment to an unprecedented level. The Pakistani government can not see a life without imperialism“ LPP spokesperson Farooq Tariq said while speaking at the rally.

We demand that all those killed by the fanatics and during the military operation should be paid at least one million rupees as compensation, the LPP demanded at the rallies.

”Long Live Socialism, workers unity, the only way, workers of the world unite. Workers peasants unity Linda band, we want revolution” were the main slogans at the rallies.

Several speakers introduced LPP programme to the new members of the party. Almost all the left tends present in Swat have joined LPP.

Later LPP leaders went to the home of Abdullah Qureshi who was killed by the religious fanatics in a suicidal attack in 2007.

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