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News :: Globalization
Irrémissible, l'inhumanité en héritage
01 Oct 2015
La Terre comme charnier permanent...
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Commentary :: Social Welfare
Neglect of Public Housing
29 Sep 2015
Crisis and chance are represented by the same Chinese letter. Big US and German cities sold off public housing to gain revenue. The Federal Low income Housing Tax Credit program has financed 2-3 million units. The state is obligated to protect human rights from brutal market.
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News :: International
Protesters Enact Symbolic "Die In" to Unwelcome Narendra Modi to Silicon Valley
28 Sep 2015
MF-1.jpgOver 2000 vibrant protesters from many different Indian American communities joined together outside the SAP Center in San Jose to counter Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision of "Digital India" and Hindutva. They raised many issues with Modi's leadership, ranging from forced conversions to Hinduism, Internet surveillance, arrest of political bloggers, harassment of human rights activists, blind eye to rapes, dispossession of small farmers, rewriting of Indian history, and the 2002 Gujarat massacre.
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Commentary :: Social Welfare
Neoliberalism Blames Individuals for Inequality
28 Sep 2015
In neoliberal theories, social justice is not a meaningful category and social inequality is a necessary result of market processes. Performance justice is a necessary illusion. Responsibility for poverty and misery is often shifted to individuals with the worst genes. The market and market society are released from responsibility.
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News :: Globalization
Paraphysique de la révolution permanente
28 Sep 2015
Contre toute bureaucratie, contre toute hiérarchie, voillà la vraie révolution permanente...
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News :: Environment
Marxism versus Pope Francis and the Catholic Church
27 Sep 2015
[2008 "Art Heals" mural, featuring a portrait of Toypurina, made by Raul Gonzalez, Joseph Montalvo, and Ricardo Estrada in the Ramona Gardens Housing Projects | Photo: Daniel Medina]

Toypurina was a revolutionary Native American woman of the Kizh nation who was a victim of California’s mission system, a system established by now canonized Saint Junipero Serra. Yet, Toypurina was not just a victim of that system of slavery, land theft, malnutrition, disease, and forced conversion to Catholicism. She also fought.

On October 25th, 1785 Toypurina rose up against California’s Catholic mission system and Spanish colonization in a revolt where she persuaded six other villages to join her rebellion against Mission San Gabriel Arcángel in the southern Californian area of contemporary Los Angeles. The revolt was defeated by Spanish soldiers. During her trial, Toypurina was given the choice between a death sentence or forced conversion to Christianity and banishment. She chose Christianity over being murdered and was sent into exile in Carmel where she died at age 39.

During her life, Toypurina’s enslaved Kizh nation declined from 5,000 to 1,500 people due mostly to malnutrition and disease. Totpurina, a true hero, was buried in San Juan Batista in an unmarked grave where she remains to this day. On September 23rd, 2015, Pope Francis canonized Junipero Cerra, the father of California’s mission system, as a saint. Working class and oppressed peoples reject the Pope’s canonization of Junipero Cerra and instead raise Toypurina as the true hero of California’s mission system.
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News :: Human Rights
Indian Prime Minister Modi to Face Mounting Protests in Silicon Valley Visit
27 Sep 2015
Opposition to Narendra Modi's visit to San Jose mounts as Indian-American groups and human rights organizations announce more protests and joint action. Modi's failure to address burning social issues, blind eye to attacks on minorities and women, and shielding of corruption is called into question. Scores of buses from across California are set to converge on SAP Center in San Jose.
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News :: Politics
Pope Francis Calls for UN to Address "Oppressive" Lending
25 Sep 2015
Pope Francis supports the move towards economic transparency and debt restructuring to "benefit the vulnerable."
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News :: Globalization
Cybermonde, cyberespace, cyberguerre, cyberterrorisme
25 Sep 2015
Technologie de la guerre, la guerre de la technologie...
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News :: Environment : Human Rights : International : Media : War and Militarism
The Shortwave Report 09/25/15 Listen Globally!
24 Sep 2015
Modified: 06:50:03 PM
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Radio Deutsche-Welle, Sputnik News, NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Havana Cuba, and Spanish National Radio.
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