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Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by punkmar77, Oct 18, 2012.

  1. punkmar77

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    Please share your Zapatista posters, drawings, photographs etc.

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    That's some beautiful art work and photography of the Zapatista movement. It's such a tragedy that they are still fighting for even the most basic human needs. I have family in Mexico who I've visited since I was a kid. When your poor in Mexico you are nothing. American poverty would be a luxury to these people, but poverty is always ugly in any form.

    The question of why Latin America is so poor can be directly attributed to Neoliberal practices and free market scams. That entire region of the world is brimming with natural resources and ocean lining. The United States and much of the industrialized world have been siphoning off the life blood of that area (resources, labor, and money). How it functions is complex so I'm not going to break the whole history and system of Neoliberalism down here, mainly because I'm unqualified to do so and there are writers who've already done it effectively. Here's a quick animation though I think is interesting.

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOP2V_np2c0[/video]

    When you really break down colonialism and post colonialism, you'll see the direct link between business and human/environmental exploitation. Neoliberalism, which is essentially the economic philosophy/system by which Neocolonialism functions by, is the root problem. You cannot persuade an average person to follow Neoliberalism because the policies are destructive to their interests and so you offer them non tangible reasons such as hate, patriotism, religion, and other facades to support Neoliberalism.

    The point to all this is: If you oppose racism, fascism, and exploitation, which are all symptoms, then you must oppose Neoliberalism.
     
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    Can someone translate text on wall in picture above ?
     
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    EN NOMBRE DEL ASFALTO MATAN A LA MADRE TIERRA =

    IN THE NAME OF ASPHALT THEY KILL MOTHER EARTH
     
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    En nombre del asfalto matan a la Madre Tierra = On behalf of the asphalt they kill Mother Earth
     
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    The Revolution is like the dawn
    There are those that slumber
    Waiting for it to arrive
    But then there are those
    That sleeplessly walk the night
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    Otra foto más de las bases zapatistas arribando a los municipios este 21 de diciembre, a un día del 15 aniversario de la masacre de Acteal. ¡Viva el EZLN!

    Los cinco caracoles han despertado. Desde la mañana de este viernes, miles de bases de apoyo del Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN) se han movilizado pacíficamente hacia las plazas centrales de al menos cinco municipios en Chiapas: Ocosingo, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Las Margaritas, Comitán y Altamirano. Allí se mantuvieron en silencio por unos minutos, para luego concentrarse contingentes para una marcha en San Cristóbal de las Casas.

    Hasta el momento, no ha existido ningún pronunciamiento por parte del EZLN, pero ya se encuentran montando un templete en San Cristóbal de las Casas. La marcha se ha llevado a cabo en total tranquilidad y sin incidentes.

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    Another photo, more zapatistas bases arriving to municipalities on December 21, a day on the 15th anniversary of the massacre in Acteal. Viva EZLN!

    The five snails have awakened. Since Friday morning, thousands of the Zapatista Army of national liberation (EZLN) support bases have mobilized peacefully toward the central squares of at least five municipalities in Chiapas: San Cristóbal de las Casas, Las Margaritas, Comitán, Ocosingo and Altamirano. There remained in silence for a few minutes, to then concentrate troops for a March in San Cristóbal de las Casas.

    So far, there has been no ruling by the EZLN. The March has been conducted in total tranquility and without incident.

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    Just watched a GREAT documentary on the Zapatista movement last night on the Tube called "A place called Chiapas". Really gives you a sense of what both sides of the spectrum down there are dealing with. Viva! [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TffwElt_UU[/video]
     
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