Transnationals and Indigenous Peoples in Struggle

Magdalena Gómez Citizens in our country are living in campaign season, even without being members of any political party. The campaign that I refer to is not that of messages or promises that are expressed in speeches with few contrasts, or through social networks and the mass media, or what simulates paying attention to the…

“Whoever Reads Bourgeois Newspapers Becomes Blind and Deaf”

Apologies to John Heartfield The Political Photomontage of John Heartfield Meral Bostancı Via Tortilla Con Sal The art of photomontage features the elaborate arrangement of the photographs which embody profound metaphors. Thus, the montage manifests itself as a pictorial metaphor with the entire energy and the power of the reality. The majority of the views…

The Struggle – People vs Transnationals: Who ‘Owns’ Human Rights, Who Does Not

Juan Hernández Zubizarreta Interviewed by Andrea Gago Menor Translation by Internationalist 360° The transnationals increase their power and benefits thanks to mechanisms such as trade and investment agreements; the agreements allow the exploitation of resources and people; people look for other places to live. Professor at the University of the Basque Country (UPV / EHU),…

Pan-Africanism: The Real Afro-Futurism

A-APRP Members and others in Oakland, U.S. in front of mural of Huey Newton   Black Panthers and Africa “I am not African because I was born in Africa but because Africa was born in me.” Kwame Nkrumah “The fortunes of the African revolution are closely linked with the world-wide struggle against imperialism. It does not…

White Guilt and Third Worldism: An Infantile Disorder

Mond Like white-chauvinism, white-guilt is one of the twin blades of white supremacy. White guilt differs from white-chauvinism in a sense that it can be considered the polar opposite of its more forward and aggressive counterpart (although the two are not mutually exclusive and white-guilt often manifests itself in the most chauvinistic of ways). Some…

The Causes of Forced Displacements: Necropolitics versus Human Rights

Juan Hernández Zubizarreta The so-called refugee crisis is neither spontaneous nor circumstantial, since it is linked to multiple structural reasons that sustain the economic and social model of domination, which implies addressing it from its root or the human tragedies that provoke forced displacement. they are going to stop. There are millions of people and…