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Today we all remember with sadness the tragic events that took place on the now infamous date September 11, 1973, when the democratically elected Chilean government of socialist president Salvador Allende was violently overthrown by the US-backed military junta of General Pinochet. It marks the beginning of one of the first radical neoliberal reforms that would later become commonplace around the world and are the reason why we can’t have nice things within the foreseeable future.

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Today we all remember with sadness the tragic events that took place on the now infamous date September 11, 1973, when the democratically elected Chilean government of socialist president Salvador Allende was violently overthrown by the US-backed military junta of General Pinochet. It marks the beginning of one of the first radical neoliberal reforms that would later become commonplace around the world and are the reason why we can’t have nice things within the foreseeable future.

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Ongoing Mexico Revolution - Ignored by the Media Mexico, July 11, 2012. The largest protest in human history. USA and UK governments pushed the press not to publish. Google censored videos on youtube and restricted keywords on this event. The Mexican media has blacking out the protests against their new government, who have been accused of doing everything from buying votes to buying off the media.
If the corporate media won’t spread this story, then let’s spread the story. Share this all over your pages and your friend’s pages and help support the democracy movement in Mexico.

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Ongoing Mexico Revolution - Ignored by the Media

Mexico, July 11, 2012. The largest protest in human history. USA and UK governments pushed the press not to publish. Google censored videos on youtube and restricted keywords on this event.

The Mexican media has blacking out the protests against their new government, who have been accused of doing everything from buying votes to buying off the media.

If the corporate media won’t spread this story, then let’s spread the story. Share this all over your pages and your friend’s pages and help support the democracy movement in Mexico.

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So Mohammed Magarief is the new President of Libya. His political background is that he was a leader of the National Front for the Salvation of Libya, an exile opposition group that has over the years received support and funding from the CIA, Saudi Arabia and the French intelligence services. NFSL was one of the driving forces behind the original Benghazi rebellion, along with other dodgy pro-west mercenary organisations. The left-imperialists are wrong: the Libyan uprising was not ‘co-opted’ by NATO; it was *inspired* by western imperialism and was reactionary from the very beginning. Not saying (obviously) that all participants in the early Libya demonstrations were pro-imperialist, but the covert driving force behind the rebellion was exactly that. Same with Syria. Carlos Martinez, The Agent of Change (via Facebook)
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Things To Tell Our Grandchildren.
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Things To Tell Our Grandchildren.

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Karol Cariola and Camila Vallejo with Fidel.

A meeting of the revolutionary generations!

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selucha:

Karol Cariola and Camila Vallejo with Fidel.

A meeting of the revolutionary generations!

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