For The Gilets Jaunes, There Won’t Be An “After”

By ROAR Collective, Roarmag.org -

November 2019 has arrived, bringing in its wake the one year anniversary of the Gilets Jaunes. Those who talked about running out of steam in January, then this spring, then again this summer, [...]

Uprisings Bring Political Changes In The History Of America

By Paula Klachko, Resumen-english.org -

It’s not mechanical and there are not prearranged times but it seems to be consistent, when analyzing the history of our people especially in the most recent history that changes occurred in [...]

Beirut Is Burning: Rebellion Against The Elites Has Commenced

By Andre Vltchek, Journal-neo.org -

Tires are burning, smoke is rising towards the sky. It is October, the 18th day of the month, the capital city of Lebanon, in the past known as the “Paris of the East”, is covered in smoke. For [...]

Lebanon’s ‘October Revolution’ Must Go On!

By Rima Majed, Opendemocracy.net -

The ‘streets’ of Lebanon have exploded in massive protests since October 17th. Following months of austerity and dire economic conditions, a shortage of US dollars that caused a serious threat of [...]

A Look At Lebanon’s Ongoing Historic Uprising

By Hussein Kassir, Roarmag.org -

For the last week, Lebanon has been witnessing an unprecedented uprising — both in scale and intensity — against the country’s ruling class. What started as a modest protest on Thursday, October [...]

Chile Erupts In Popular Uprising Against Capitalist Injustice

By Karla Martin and Sebastian Link, Liberationnews.org -

Chile is fighting back and the people refuse to be silent any longer. Beginning October 18, a people’s movement has risen, started by high school students who made a call to protest against the [...]

Stirrings Of Basic Change Accompany Protests In Haiti

By W. T. Whitney, Counterpunch.org -

Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Food availability is uncertain for 60 percent of the people. Conditions are bleak, and bleaker still from shortages, rampant political [...]

Reviewing The Crisis In Ecuador: An Indigenous Perspective And The Uncertainty Of The Future

By Marco Teruggi, Sputnik News, Translation Resumen Latinoamericano, North America Bureau -

The indigenous communities are meeting in assemblies to debate the uprising they led in Ecuador. Have they achieved their objectives? What is their balance? Sputnik was in the community of [...]

“We Can’t Remain Indifferent”: Chile Trade Unions Call For General Strike In Support Of Student-Led Uprising

By Eoin Higgins, Commondreams.org -

As protests against the Chilean government continued Monday, trade unions across the South American country called for a general strike to support demonstrators drawing attention to the nation's [...]

Ecuador: Government To Drop IMF-Decree, Deal Reached Strike Over

By Staff, Telesurenglish.net -

United Nations-backed dialogue table installed between Lenin Moreno's governement and leaders of Indigenous organizations reached a historic deal Sunday to revoke pro-IMF Decree 883, end strikes [...]

Ecuador: A Rebellion For The Renewal Of Struggle

By Staff, Towardfreedom.org -

Once again, an Indigenous and popular uprising in Ecuador has given light and hope to continental struggles for dignified life. Over the past days, women, children and elders from the diverse [...]

Moreno Flees Capital Of Ecuador As Thousands Of Indigenous Enter City

By Staff, Telesurenglish.net -

In his short five-minute televised speech, the Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno informed the seat of government has been moved to Guayaquil. The president then went ahead to accuse, with no [...]

‘The Drone Revolution’: Ecuadorians Revolt Against Repressive US-Backed President Lenin Moreno’s Neoliberal Policies

By Denis Rogatyuk, Thegrayzone.com -

“Se acabó la zanganería” — “The zanganería is over.” With these words, uttered on October 4, Ecuador’s President Lenin Moreno proclaimed the end of a 40-year policy of fuel and petrol subsidies, [...]

Ecuador: The Time Of People’s Rebellion

By Carlos Aznarez, Resumen Latinoamericano, translation North America bureau -

It is not quite the same as the uprising that occurred during Venezuela’s Caracazo in 1989 but it is very similar. In that opportunity, then President Carlos Andres Perez, beholden to the demands [...]

Haiti On Brink Of Revolution To Overthrow US-Backed Regime

By Staff, Orinocotribune.com -

The aid money came through Venezuela’s PetroCaribe program, which had allowed Haiti to buy petroleum products at discount and on credit. However, the program has now been suspended for more than [...]

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