Daily Archives: October 9, 2021

2021-10-09: News Headlines

Internationalist 360 ∞ (2021-10-09). The New Bolivian Regime Change Attempt, & its Terror Tactics. libya360.wordpress.com Rainer Shea Two years ago, I underestimated the power of U.S. imperialism, to the consequence of having a nasty shock when I found out that Bolivia's president had been forced to resign in a U.S.-orchestrated military coup. I had anticipated that Washington would carry out a regime change attempt in Bolivia for months prior to…

teleSUR, drl, NG (2021-10-09). Evo Morales apoya ley antiblanqueo de ganancias ilícitas. telesurtv.net El exmandatario boliviano calificó de enemigos de la patria a los políticos que usan el poder para robar al pueblo.

teleSUR (2021-10-08). Bolivian Workers Central Calls March To Defend Democracy. telesurenglish.net On Oct. 12, Bolivia's Indigenous movements and workers unions will hold rallies in La Paz, Cochabamba, and Santa Cruz to defend President Luis Arce, the Indigenous flag ("The Whipala"), and democracy. | RELATED: | Called by the Bolivian Workers Central (COB) Secretary Juan Huarachi on Thursday, these rallies are a response to the far-right movements that have threatened to implement destabilization actions. | The COB ask…

Editor (2021-10-08). Florida's Republican Governor awards Medal of Freedom to Che Guevara's assassin. mronline.org After Rodriguez ordered Che be shot, his hands were chopped off and shipped to Langley, but not before he stole the Rolex from Che's corpse that was meant for the son of one of his compatriots in Bolivia.

Somil Trivedi (2021-10-08). What the Supreme Court Can and Can't Do About Mass Incarceration in the Current Term. aclu.org As the Supreme Court kicks off another term this week, we should make one thing abundantly clear: Nine lawyers in black robes will not end mass incarceration and systemic racism in America. Not this term, not any. That doesn't, however, mean the criminal law cases being argued and decided between now and June are inconsequential. The Justices could, if they choose, place meaningful limits on the power of local officials — police, prosecutors, judges — and give sharper teeth to key constitutional protections. This is why the ACLU tracks these cases closely and participates in many. They matter. | Th…

_____ (2021-10-08). The Anonymous Executioners Of The Corporate State. popularresistance.org Judge Loretta Preska, an adviser to the conservative Federalist Society, to which Chevron is a major donor, sentenced human rights attorney and Chevron nemesis Steven Donziger to six months in prison Friday for misdemeanor contempt of court after he had already spent 787 days under house arrest in New York. | Preska's caustic outbursts — she said at the sentencing, "It seems that only the proverbial two-by-four between the eyes will instill in him any respect for the law" — capped a judicial farce worthy of the antics of Vasiliy Vasilievich, the presiding judge at the major show trials of the Great Pu…

Editor2 (2021-10-08). Revolutionizing the Cities: 10 Years of Housing, Self-Management, and Communes in Venezuela. orinocotribune.com By Alba Movimientos — Oct 5, 2021 | Ten years ago we gathered in the Ezequiel Zamora Park (or El Calvario) of Caracas—as part of a public dialogue alongside Commander Hugo Chávez—and began an ongoing process of urban revolution that has allowed the people of Venezuelan to recover previously abandoned or underutilized lands. Today, millions of houses have been built on these lands, thousands of units have been constructed by people's power, many of which are now self-managed by the community. The right to housing for working families is fully protected, in stark contrast to a past in which people…

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