Down with the Coup d’Etat in Tunisia!

On Sunday, July 25, 2021, President Qais Saied ousted Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi's government, froze parliament for 30 days, banned meetings with more than 3 people, decreed a night curfew and put the army on the streets.   By Fabio Bosco   On that day there were demonstrations in several cities calling for...

South Africa: Riots and Food Looting, the Wheel of History Turned

In recent months, sub-Saharan Africa has been shaken by numerous struggles. Youth and popular struggles in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Senegal, Swaziland. Worker strikes in Kenya and Guinea. South Africa, ruled and controlled by the ANC/COSATU/Communist Party consortium for 27 years, seemed immune to this wave of struggles. The contradictions were...

eSwatini (Swaziland): Looting, Fires and the Fight against the Monarchy

Swaziland, a small African country, landlocked within South Africa, has been experiencing since May an insurrection that deepened in June, and placed it on the same route as the violent mobilizations in Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and Senegal. The reasons have to do with the fall in commodity prices due to...

Mandela’s Rainbow Nation Carries Out Barbaric Actions Against Black Immigrants

“No African is  a foreigner in Africa – except down in  South Africa" Achille Mbembe On June 16, Operation Dudula took place, which had been publicly prepared and convened for several weeks. The word dudula means to push in the Zulu language. Pushing immigrants out of the country. Acts of savagery and barbarism were...

Chad: Political and social crisis and the responsibility of French imperialism

Yves Mwana Mayas Cesar Neto   On April 11, the presidential elections were held in Chad. Idriss Deby Itno, who has been in power for 30 years, was re-elected with 79% of the vote. Despite the victory, French imperialism was surprised by the death of Idriss in a military confrontation with the...

The Morocco-Israel Agreement: An Agreement Against the People

On 10 December 2020, President Trump announced that he recognised Morocco's right to annex its territory the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), its southern neighbour. It was an independent country since 27 February 1976, following the victory of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia al-Hamraa and Rio...

Senegal: The Spark That Was Missing

Introduction: The month of March started with yet another country saying loud and clear: this world capitalist crisis, its consequences and the pandemic are unbearable. Workers, young people and poor people took to the streets of Senegal to say enough. The mainstream press says it is because of the arrest...

Tunisia and the New Waves of the Ongoing Revolutionary Process

Democratic rights had been achieved to a satisfying level in Tunisia (comparing to the situation under the previous dictatorship regime of Bin Ali), after ten years of the revolutionary Arab uprisings, which had been sparked in this country in 2011. Yet, the main dilemma that mobilized the masses in...

Ten Years of Revolutions in the Arab World

On December 17th 2010, the fruit salesman Mohamed Bouazizi set fire to his own body in protest against both the seizure of his apples and police corruption in the rural city of Sidi Bouzid, in the Tunisian inland. By Fábio Bosco   In a few days, the protests spread over the whole...

The Sudanese civilian government is under the thumb of the old genocidal military and the USA

Many sectors of the mass movement fight the deepening economic catastrophe By Martin Ralph – International Socialist League The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in February 2020 that Sudan’s economic prospects are alarming due to Covid-19 and the deepening world economic crisis. The IMF statement shows a great alarm for...

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