A picture taken on October 18, 2013, shows a rebel fighter standing behind a broken television in the Salaheddin district of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. (Photo: Karam al-Masri) (Via al-Akhbar)
— Nelson Mandela
Naomi Klein - Disaster Capitalism
Harper’s Magazine/October 2007
So true… the “nonviolent” types I’ve meet have always been middle-class or above
This, from what I saw of Honduras last winter, is heartbreaking. US backed Capitalist supremacism continues to strangle the country….
Honduran students demonstrated Tuesday in front of the Autonomous University in Tegucigalpa to demand that the authorities of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) recount of the votes in Sunday’s national election.
A student at the demonstration said that” the people on Sunday made a decision” and” Xiomara Castro is the president of Honduras, but as always the oligarchy continues to attack the people.”
On Monday, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) of Honduras issued a bulletin stating that the trend of the votes counted is “irreversible,” placing the National Party and its candidate Juan Hernandez at the head of the contest.
The monstrosity of capitalism…
Chad Person. Here There Be Monsters
The Dragon2013. US currency on canvas, 16 x 16”.
Barbarian Dominion, 2012. US currency on canvas, 16 x 16”.
Kraken, 2012. US currency on canvas, 16 x 16”.
Monstro, 2013. US currency on canvas, 16 x 16”.
What great demons lie beyond the realm of our imagination? Here there be monsters – of the most vicious kind. The puppet masters are restless in there desire for control. If you are unshackled, stand up. If you can walk, run.
"The bourgeoisie is fearful of the militancy of the Negro woman, and for good reason. The capitalists know, far better than many progressives seem to know, that once the Negro women undertake action, the militancy of the whole Negro people, and thus of the anti-imperialist coalition, is greatly enhanced….Viewed in this light, it is not accidental that the American bourgeoisie has intensified its oppression, not only of the Negro people in general, but of Negro women in particular."
— Claudia Jones, "An End to the Problems of the Negro Woman!", 1947
Jones was jailed in the U.S. for being a communist, and went into exile in Britain.
Via Anti-Imperialist League
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