We repudiate the U.S. army's bombings in Baghdad!


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The assassination of the commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, General Qasem Soleimani, and several Iraqi Shiite leaders at Baghdad Airport, by missiles fired from drones, which the U.S. hypocritically called "defensive measures," is part of the ongoing U.S. military intervention in the Middle East, either directly or through its main agent in the region, Israel.

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By Miguel Sorans, a leader of the Socialist Left (IS – Argentina) and the IWU-FI. Published in El Socialista,

11 December 2019

From Hong Kong to Latin America, through the French general strike, the Middle East and North Africa, a trail of popular uprisings set the planet on fire.

A revolutionary wave has been raging since the beginning of 2019. There was a precedent at the end of 2018 with the formidable mobilisation of the Yellow Vests in France. 2019 started with a great triumph of the popular mobilisation in Algeria that made the dictator Bouteflika resign. Then it shook the world with the massive mobilisations in Hong Kong, which have been confronting the dictatorship of the Chinese Communist Party (CP) for months now. In July, it impacted the so-called “citizen revolution” of Puerto Rico that toppled the governor. In recent months, we have seen the return of the impressive independence mobilisations of the Catalan people and for the freedom of their political prisoners. Meanwhile, in the United States, there was the General Motors strike, the longest in half a century.

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Strong general strike in France


436182By Simon Rodriguez, a leader of the IWU-FI

The French working class once again stood up against the government of the liberal Macron. Over a million people mobilised in some forty cities against the government and its pension reform project. Over 90 percent of trips on high-speed trains and 80 percent on regional trains and 20 percent of commercial flights were suspended.

The strike is indefinite and they will vote its extension daily, which is why it will be the most important strike since the 1995 one that defeated Chirac’s pension reform.

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Iran- The Growing Seeds Of Revolution


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Zhaleh Sahand

Everything in Iran is crumbling, but its extreme tyranny and cruel anti-workers policies. Iran is a perfect example of the notion that anti capitalism-anti-imperialism is nothing more than a farce when it is not organically coinciding with the free operations of the independent unions, planned economy, and all civic liberties and practices.

Iranian regime has jailed and executed thousands and thousands of Iranian political activists from all walks of life; national/religious minorities, labour activists, and unionists, charged with sham national security offences and more. Several of the activists found dead in their cells, some activists forever disappeared, and some of them are serving lengthy and full prison sentences at present time (1, 2).

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Iran: All support to the popular rebellion!



On November 15, an impressive popular uprising broke out in Iran. A 300% increase in the price of gasoline and a greater restriction on the rationing of fuel at subsidized prices has triggered the protests, which have spread to more than a hundred cities, including several areas of the capital, Tehran. Popular slogans reject the increase in poverty associated with gasolina price adjustment and also question the regime, calling for "Death to the dictator" and "Down with the government. More than one hundred bank offices have been burned, as well as dozens of shops and two seminars, linked to the theocratic regime. The demonstrators have also incinerated posters of Ayatollah Khamenei and participated in thousands of roadblocks in various parts of the country.

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Colombia: Support the National Strike


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For the past two weeks, Colombia’s trade union centres have been preparing a major national strike for 21 November. We expect it to be the largest in years and millions will mobilise against the austerity measures of Duque government endorsed by the IMF.

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25 November: A Day of Non Violence against Women


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On 25 November 1960, dictator Leonidas Trujillo assassinated sisters Mirabal, Patria, Minerva and María Teresa in the Dominican Republic. In addition to being persecuted for confronting the de facto government, they were brutally killed for being women who also rebelled against the patriarchal mandates of their time. Today, almost sixty years after that massacre, we strongly dennounce Enough political and patriarchal violence against the women fighters who confront the governments of the austerity measures!

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Bolivia: No to the reactionary Añez-Camacho government


bandaBy Simon Rodriguez, an IWU-FI leader

Right-wing Senator Jeanine Añez proclaimed herself “provisional president,” with the support of the main “civic” referent, ultra-reactionary businessman Luis F. Camacho, the Church, the military, and the police. Then she went out, bible in hand, to speak on a balcony of the government house, surrounded by a handful of right-wingers. We are facing a reactionary attempt to come out of the deep political crisis in which Bolivia is plunged, a result of the civil-military coup that forced the resignation of Evo Morales. We call to repudiate this de facto government and to support the workers, peasants and popular sectors that will continue to fight for their rights.

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Bolivia: We Reject the Attempt to Impose a Right-Wing Reactionary Government


Captura-de-Pantalla-2019-11-11-a-las-10.39.49The right mounted on the popular mobilisation and seeks to take over the government
We reject the attempt to impose a right-wing reactionary government, either transitory or through constitutional succession.

- Immediate call for an emergency COB (Workers’ Central Union) Congress, with the participation of all workers’, peasants’, indigenous and youth organisations.

- To form the Popular Assembly from the workers, peasants and youth mobilised to assume the provisional government and to call for clean and free elections, with no restriction for the popular candidates.

The fight must continue:

- Against the oligarchy (CAO, CAINCO, Camacho, etc.) allied for over 10 years to Evo Morales and partner in the Chiquitania fire.

- For non-payment of the fraudulent external debt contracted by MAS (Movement Towards Socialism, Evo’s party)

- For the nationalisation of the transnational San Cristobal pampered by Evo

- For exposing and fighting Camacho’s fascism disguised as democracy

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Chile and the Constituent Assembl


AQ2BEURLNBG7FBV3HNGTXEM7DMBy Mercedes Petit, leader of Socialist Left /IWU-FI, Argentina 5 November 2019

There are always debates on the left about the use of this slogan. In Chile, the demand for a constituent assembly is very much felt by the masses and is present in all mobilisations. This is logical since the 1980 constitution imposed by Pinochet’s dictatorship is still in force. The governments never repealed it, neither by those of the right nor by those of the “Concertation”, of the Christian Democracy and the Socialist Party, which in the last government added the Communist Party.

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