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Archive for 15. Februar 2011

Proletarische Front – Gruppe westdeutscher Kommunisten (PF): Garantierter Lohn statt Sozialplan (1972)

Posted by entdinglichung - 15. Februar 2011

Nach Von der programmatischen Erklärung zum Aktionsprogramm nun ein Flugblatt der operaistischen Proletarischen Front – Gruppe westdeutscher Kommunisten wo versucht wird, die dort programmatisch angedachte Ausrichtung in die Praxis umzusetzen: Garantierter Lohn statt Sozialplan (pdf-Datei, 221 kb) widmet sich der anstehenden Schliessung der HDW-Werft in Hamburg-Finkenwerder (wo leider bei weitem nicht „so viel ging“ wie in FIAT-Mirafiori oder Montedison-Porto Marghera):

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Mansour Osanloo in ein Krankenhaus eingeliefert

Posted by entdinglichung - 15. Februar 2011

Quelle der nachfolgend dokumentierten Meldung: Justice for Iranian Workers, verwiesen sei hier ansonsten auch noch auf einen Aufruf von Amnesty zum Thema:

mehr zu den gestrigen Demonstration im Iran bei Révolution en Iran und Street Journalist, … marg bar jomhuriye eslami!

Mansour Osanloo, the Iranian trade union leader unjustly imprisoned for the last four years, has been taken to an outside hospital after suffering chest pains this weekend that could be caused by a heart attack.

ITF general secretary David Cockroft stated: “Frankly, I believe that if he hadn’t had his life threatened, been beaten, arrested, re-arrested and held for years in awful Iranian prisons, he would today be a well man.”

“His maltreatment is part of a campaign to crush his voice and that of his trade union, the Vahed Syndicate. The blame for it lies with the government of Iran, a government that is today letting loose its so-called security forces against protesters in cities across the country.”

He concluded: “Hasn’t that government learnt from the experience of its neighbours: that no one is too powerful to be held to account, and that injustice – such as has been meted out to Mansour Osanloo – cannot be sustained indefinitely?”

In July 2007 Mansour Osanloo, now aged 50, president of the ITF-affiliated Vahed Syndicate (Tehran Bus Workers’ Union) was dragged from a Tehran bus by men who only later were identified as Iranian security forces. Three months later he was sentenced to five years imprisonment on charges of ‘acting against national security’ and ‘propaganda against the state’; in 2010 another year was added to his sentence. In reality his only ‘crime’ has been to help found a genuinely democratic trade union for his fellow bus drivers.

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Ostrumelien

Posted by entdinglichung - 15. Februar 2011

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