The ZAD: An Autonomous Zone in the Heart of France

In a heroic struggle of solidarity and resistance, locals and activists of the ZAD have been fighting against the construction of an airport for many years. By Martin Legall It all started decades ago with the local resistance against the construction of a second airport near the city of Nantes in western France. Eight years…

The Duékoué Massacre and Latin America

The massacre exposes with devastating clarity that European powers and their North American accomplices are permanently addicted to genocidal conquest. By Tortilla Con Sal In Latin America and the Caribbean, recent reverses in Argentina and Venezuela seriously affect the process of emancipation of the region’s peoples from neocolonial control and interference. A look at the…

The 1961 Paris Massacre

The French will tell you that this month’s ISIS attack inflicted the biggest death toll on Paris since World War Two. They would be lying. Fifty-four years ago, French police massacred hundreds of Algerians right in the heart of the city – and then pretended it never happened. France has enslaved much of the world,…

Malian Crisis to Escalate United States and French Interventions

Over two dozen killed at hotel in Bamako By Abayomi Azikiwe Libya 360° Despite the presence of French and United States Special Forces inside Mali, the siege of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bamako on November 20 has resulted in the deaths of over two dozen people. U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) leader Army General David…

Famine-Stricken Niger Feeds French Development and Wealth

By Finian Cunningham The former French African colony of Niger is facing famine – yet again – with international aid agencies reporting this week that up to one million people are currently without access to food. It is the fourth such crisis to wrack the West African country in recent years, when famines struck similarly…