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France: Racism, poverty fuel rebellion
10 Nov 2005
wwlogo.pngThe working class leadership in France has been weak on this question and downright reactionary at times. Right now they need to stop retreating. They must not confine themselves to mere protests against reactionary measures of repression. They need to demand that all the cops be withdrawn, that the emergency decrees be revoked. They need to come out for the justified rebellion.

The rebellious youth must be embraced as part of the working class. They may be unemployed, underemployed and/or unorganized, but right now they are potentially the greatest allies of the organized workers. They have overwhelmed a part of the state. They are mobilized and if they were to be joined by a solidarity strike against racism, poverty and oppression, the entire working class could push the ruling class offensive back.

It would be a mirror, but on a grander scale, of when the French workers in 1968 followed the students with a general strike and shook the ground under French capitalism. It is the lack of understanding of the national question, of the colonial question, of the importance of coming out against national oppression, that now stands in the way of a united struggle against capitalist exploitation itself. This must be overcome.
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News :: Human Rights
ACT NOW - US/UK Extradition Treaty Goes to Hearings TUES. NOV. 15th
10 Nov 2005
The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee has announced hearings for the proposed US/UK Extradition Treaty. The hearings are to take place TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15th 2005.

PLEASE ACT NOW.
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News :: Media
Condoleezza Wants Foot in MidEast Doors
10 Nov 2005
Condoleezza Wants Foot in MidEast Doors
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News :: Media
Over 2 Million HIV Infected in LatAm
10 Nov 2005
Over 2 Million HIV Infected in LatAm
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News :: Media
S Africa Condemns Jordan Attacks
10 Nov 2005
S Africa Condemns Jordan Attacks
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Announcement :: Human Rights : Media
Calls from Home - Prison Radio
10 Nov 2005
h2hradiologo.jpgGrassroots radio show in Whitesburg, Kentucky expands to a national level for a holiday call-in special for the families and friends of prisoners nation wide. Lend your support to help the program grow for its second year.
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LOCAL News :: Education
Community and peace activist wins election
10 Nov 2005
Community and peace activist wins election
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Video: Fallujah, The Hidden Massacre
10 Nov 2005
A Film by Sigfrido Ranucci
RAINews24
11.08.05
WARNING: This video contains graphic and possibly disturbing footage.
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News :: Politics
Voter blocks the polls
10 Nov 2005
Story from Pennsylvania about a voter that bloked the polls on Tuesday. According to him "99% accurate". He has posted his email on other indymedia sites, so I'll give it out here as well. tim_grier (at) hotmail.com
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News :: International
Arafat Death Still a Mystery
10 Nov 2005
Arafat Anniversary: Death was the removal of another roadblock in the plan for the greater middle east road map
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