The FARC-EP deserves warm congratulations for its principled struggle to win peace and social justice in Colombia, going back more than half a century to its origins in defence of rural working people under attack by landowners and armed gangs.
The similarities between 1888 and 2016 are striking: two parties engage in the same trickery to occupy the highest positions in the country, to ultimately execute the pre-ordained policies of exploitation, imperialism and hegemony of the few.
In Canada, the Liberal government continues its full support of the Ukrainian government, without addressing issues of accountability, deprivation of civil rights, glorification of war criminals and support of neo-nazi ideology.
By Baldev Padam
The fast melting Arctic, the shrinking Himalayan glaciers and the onset of unexpected rains, floods, droughts, windstorms and tsunamis are some of the known indexes of climate change. But a more treacherous form of it has rather [...]
The spread of white supremacist and “libertarian” ideologies serve to justify the activities of so-called militias. These ideologies tend to feed off the popular discontent arising from very real economic and social distress.
What now for the left in Venezuela? Well, as the saying goes, “the genie is out of the bottle.”
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