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Urgent help for the autonomous community of San Juan Copala (Mexico)

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by ungovernable, Sep 16, 2010.

  1. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    Sorry, translated with google from french :

    It is urgent to respond to aggression and the ultimatum against the Triqui autonomo the municipio of San Juan Copala.

    Two paramilitary groups, the UBISORT and MULT, financed and protected by Governor Ulises Ruiz Ortiz, come to storm the town hall of the autonomous municipality of San Juan Copala. This band of murderers require all inhabitants of the village they leave the premises within 24 hours, otherwise they will be eliminated.


    Just when the Authority Mexican celebrate with great fanfare on the second centenary of the beginning of the uprising for independence, two paramilitary groups, the UBISORT and MULT, financed and protected by Governor Ulises Ruiz Ortiz, to come to storm the town hall of the autonomous municipality of San Juan Copala. This band of murderers require all inhabitants of the village they leave the premises within 24 hours, otherwise they will be eliminated.

    The real war is being conducted by Mexico's federal state with its military, local governments and their police, paramilitaries and their accomplices by drug cartels against the indigenous community and the peasantry in general, to transform land the country into a huge machine to make money (export crops, avocados, citrus, tomatoes or intended to "biofuels", opencast mines, mega-dams, tourism projects ...).

    The popular resistance to this destruction affects us all.
    We must support the autonomous municipality of San Juan Copala!

    Call the Mexican Embassy, Consulates ...

    Call around for a boycott of tourism ...

    Thinking together in the deepest sense of the struggle for autonomy, here too!

    To keep you informed, here is the site of autonomo municipio de San Juan Copala (in Spanish)

    http://autonomiaencopala.wordpress.com
     

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