"la libertad nos une, la unión nos libera" Ibn Arabi, Murcia S XII

"la libertad nos une, la unión nos libera" Ibn Arabi, Murcia S XII _"Freedom unites us, unity frees us"



Publicado el 29/11/2012 por

Ester Quintana, de 42 anys va perdre un ull per l'impacte d'un projectil llançat pels Mossos d'Esquadra el 14N. La seva versió contradiu frontalment la del Conseller d'Interior, Felip Puig. /////

Ester Quintana, de 42 años perdió un ojo por el impacto de un proyectil lanzado por los Mossos de Esquadra el 14N. Su versión contradice frontalmente la del Conseller de Interior, Felip Puig.

Més testimonis del #14N / Más testigos del #14N:

Si vas estar a la zona de Passeig de Gràcia entre Gran Via i Plaça Catalunya (C/Casp) el 14 de novembre entre les 20:30h i les 21:00h, o vas veure alguna cosa des de la finestra o balcó d'un pis, posa't en contacte immediatament amb la família i els amics de l'Ester Quintana a través del mail: animsester@gmail.com



Publicado el 21/11/2012 por 15Mbcn #22N, 19h. Plaça Catalunya: Esvaïm la Cortina de fum. #BONCOPDESFALC #ÀNIMSESTER


Utopía en el Horizonte / Utopia on the Horizon

from our friends of roarmag.org

ROARMAG.org presenta: 'Utopía en el Horizonte', un documental dedicado a todos aquellos que decidieron luchar. En mayo de 2011, centenares de miles de griegos irrumpieron en la Plaza Sintagma en Atenas para protestar contra la liquidación de su país, de sus derechos laborales y de sus medios de subsistencia a las corruptas elites nacionales y los intereses financieros en el extranjero. En cuestión de días, un campamento de protesta fue creado -- organizado bajo los principios de democracia directa, autogestión y ayuda mutua -- proporcionando una vislumbre de utopía en medio de una devastadora crisis financiera, política y social. El 28-29 de Junio, durante una votación parlamentaria sobre nuevas medidas de austeridad, el estado finalmente respondió con fuerza brutal, eventualmente desalojando a los manifestantes de la plaza y aplastando el potencial radical de su experimento social. Un año más tarde, Leonidas Oikonomakis y Jérôme Roos -- investigadores en el Instituto Universitario Europeo y coautores del blog activista ROARMAG.org -- regresaron a Atenas para hablar con activistas involucrados en el movimiento y la ocupación de la Plaza Sintagma, así como el héroe de la resistencia en la Segunda Guerra Mundial, Manolis Glezos. Lo que sigue es este retrato dramático de un país al borde del colapso; y de las personas que decidieron luchar para construir un mundo nuevo sobre viejas ruinas.

ROARMAG.org presents: 'Utopia on the Horizon', a documentary for those who chose to struggle. In May 2011, hundreds of thousands of Greeks swarmed into Syntagma Square in Athens to protest against the firesale of their country, their labor rights and their livelihoods to corrupt domestic elites and foreign financial interests. In a matter of days, a protest camp was set up -- organized on the principles of direct democracy, leaderless self-management and mutual aid -- providing a glimpse of utopia in the midst of a devastating financial, political and social crisis. On June 28-29, during a Parliamentary vote on further austerity measures, the state finally responded with brutal force, eventually evicting the protesters from the square and crushing the radical potential of their social experiment. A year later, Leonidas Oikonomakis and Jérôme Roos -- PhD researchers at the European University Institute and co-authors of the activist blog ROARMAG.org -- returned to Athens to speak to activists involved in the movement and the occupation of Syntagma Square, as well as WWII resistance hero Manolis Glezos. What follows is this dramatic portrait of a country veering on the brink of collapse; and the people who chose to struggle in order to build a new world on the ruins of the old.

 "UTOPÍA EN EL HORIZONTE" "UTOPIA ON THE HORIZON" MADE POSSIBLE BY: Syntagma Multimedia Team CAST: Maria Kanellopoulou Dimitris Timpilis Niki Dimitriadi Manolis Glezos DIRECTED BY: Jérôme Roos Leonidas Oikonomakis PRODUCED BY: Jérôme Roos Andrés Cornejo EDITED BY: Andrés Cornejo SOUND DESIGN BY: Benjamin Schimpke MIX AND ADDITIONAL MUSIC: OddOne Studio PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Tamara Van Der Putten ARCHIVE FOOTAGE BY: Syntagma Multimedia Team SCREENPLAY BY: Jérôme Roos Andrés Cornejo Leonidas Oikonomakis TRANSLATIONS BY: Leonidas Oikonomakis Yorgos Goumas Maria Pafili Tamara Van Der Putten Santiago Carrión Pedro Noel MUSIC BY: Maria Kanellopoulou (soprano) - 'Astron Ouranion' Maria Kanellopoulou (soprano) - 'Pace Pace Mio Dio' Nikolas Asimos - 'Den Pa Ma Nas Xrypan' SPECIAL THANKS TO: Christos Staikos Manos Cizek Geoff Arbourne Manolis Foinikianakis Nikolas Leventakis Boumba Dimitrokali Felipe Maqui Gorka Molero Stavris Chatzivasiliou Tamara Van Der Putten Ike Krijnen Categoría: ONG y activismo Licencia: Licencia de YouTube estándar

FELIP PUIG: Quants ulls fan falta per dimitir?

CONVOCATÒRIA MASSIVA: dimecres 21N, 18h. davant d'Interior. C/Diputació 355 #StopBalesDeGoma #PuigDimissió #ÀnimsEster


Mossos d'esquadra agredeixen a un nen el 14N

Vaga General 14N Tarragona _ Huelga General 14n

Els Mossos d'Esquadra agredeixen a un nen de 13 anys, i a una noia que els recrimina.

Los Mossos d'esquadra agreden a un niño de 13 años y a una joven que los recrimina.


Mega strike hits Europe:

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Massive anti-austerity strikes and protests swept across Europe as millions took to the streets to express their frustration over rising unemployment and dire economic prospects. Many rallies ended with violent clashes with police.
Workers marched in 23 countries across Europe to mark the European Day of Action and Solidarity.
General strikes had been called in Spain and Portugal, paralyzing public services and international flights, in Belgium and France transport links were partially disrupted by strikes and demonstrations, in Italy and Greece thousands of workers and students marched through the streets.
Other EU countries, such as Germany, Austria and Poland, saw well attended union-led rallies.
The Europe-wide strike action, the largest in a series of protests against the austerity policies, was coordinated by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) and promoted on Twitter under the “#14N” hashtag.
People attend a demonstration called by unions, as part an European day of protest against austerity, on November 14, 2012 in Marseille, southeastern France. (AFP Photo/Anne-Christine Poujoulat)
People attend a demonstration called by unions, as part an European day of protest against austerity, on November 14, 2012 in Marseille, southeastern France. (AFP Photo/Anne-Christine Poujoulat)

Spain on strike

Spain, which has the highest unemployment rate in the industrialized world, pioneered the action, with protests and clashes starting overnight and dozens of arrests reported by morning. According to the unions, some 9 million workers took to the streets across the nation.
Police fired rubber bullets to disperse protesters in Madrid and Barcelona. More than 142 people were arrested and at least 74 injured, including 43 policemen, Spanish police said.
Slogans like “Rajoy Go Home” were chanted by Spaniards outraged over Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s public spending cuts that have led to a 26% unemployment rate in the country.
Leaflets saying “They leave us without future. They are the guilty ones. There are other solutions” could be seen all around Madrid.

Greece's Uncertain Future

Greece's Uncertain Future from brandon jourdan on Vimeo.

a documentary by Brandon Jourdan This short documentary looks at the current social crisis in Greece, the growth of alternative economies, general strikes, and the rise of the anti-fascist movement in response to violent attacks by the far-right. After six years of recession, the situation in Greece is growing increasingly dark. As the unemployment rate continues to rise and salaries continue to drop, the country has descended into an increasingly unpredictable situation.

#14N: millions join largest European strike ever

by Jerome Roos on November 15, 2012
published at: roarmag.org
Posted: 14 Nov 2012 03:46 PM PST
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Street battles break out and large parts of Europe are paralyzed as millions of workers walk off their jobs in the biggest coordinated EU strike ever.

Europe’s Mediterranean rim trembled on Wednesday as violent clashes broke out following the largest coordinated multinational strike in Europe ever. In the hope to stave off decades of austerity, precarity and unemployment, European labor unions united for the first time since the start of the European debt crisis to organize strikes and protests in a total of 23 EU member states, with millions of workers walking off their jobs and marching on parliament buildings across the continent. Bloody street battles ensued Spain, Portugal and Italy.
In Italy, over 300.000 protested in over 100 cities as workers observed a 4-hour stoppage in solidarity with Greek, Spanish and Portuguese workers. In Milan and Rome, scenes of street “guerriglia” were witnessed as thousands of students clashed with riot police, bringing traffic to a standstill and leading to dozens of injuries. In Sardinia, industry minister Corrado Passera and Fabrizio Barca, minister of territorial cohesion, had to be evacuated by helicopter after angry protesters besieged a meeting and started burning cars all around them.