viernes, 11 de marzo de 2011
Wisconsin se levanta una vez mas....El pueblo ya esta arto de los Politicos De estados Unidos.
March 10, 2011 (from crimethinc.com blog)--Since February 15, the capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin has been at the center of a storm of popular protest against proposed austerity measures including anti-union legislation. Hundreds of people occupied the building until March 3, touching off other actions around the state, including an ongoing university occupation in Milwaukee that began March 2.
On March 9, while Senate Democrats were absent in protest, Wisconsin’s Republican Senators passed a bill stripping public-sector unions of collective bargaining rights. In response, thousands returned to the capitol building, forcing open windows and pushing past state patrolmen to reenter and occupy it. Police eventually gave up attempting to control the crowds, and the announcement went out that they would not remove demonstrators from the building despite the court order that had forced the end of the previous occupation. At the high point on Wednesday evening, several thousand people filled the first three floors of the building entirely; after midnight, a few hundred still remained, despite the usual pleas from authoritarian organizers for people to leave.
Unions are legally prohibited from calling for a general strike, but there has beenmuch talk of striking. In any case, a series of protests are planned for the next several days. In addition to this list of demonstrations Thursday morning, Thursday evening a flash mob is planned for the university library in Madison at 10 pm, Saturday farmers will drive their tractors into Madison in protest, and it’s rumored that teaching assistants will go on strike on Monday when the state contract with the Teaching Assistants’ Association expires.
Events are still unfolding in Wisconsin, and may yet escalate further. But we can already draw some conclusions from them, which can guide us in the months ahead–for Wisconsin is surely only the first of many states that will see public outrage over austerity measures.
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Los manifestantes una vez mas toman el Capitolio de Wisconsin por asalto para prevenir que los republicanos pasen ley que va encontra de los trabajadores.
Adonde esta la democracia que Estados Unidos tanto Predica?
este systema es el mismo aunque este un moreno en la casa blanca, si el sistema capitalista no se elimina protestas asi se seguiran viendo a nivel mundial.
VIVAN LOS TRABAJADORES ABAJO LOS MEDIOCRES QUE QUIEREN NEGOCIAR CON EL IMPERIO, LOS PUEBLOS DE NUESTROS PAISES NO QUIEREN NEGOCIAR CON GENOCIDAS Y TRAMPOSOS COMO LOS SON LOS DEMOCRATAS Y REPUBLICANOS.
PUEBLO SALVADOREÑO PROTESTALE A OBAMA CUANDO LLEGUE A EL SALVADOR.
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PHOTOS - Checa las fotos del FMLN de Minnesota
“Ningún pueblo de América Latina es débil, porque forma parte de una familia de doscientos millones de hermanos que padecen las mismas miserias, albergan los mismos sentimientos, tienen el mismo enemigo, sueñan todos un mismo mejor destino y cuentan con la solidaridad de todos los hombres y mujeres honrados del mundo entero.” (Segunda declaración de la Habana)