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(en) Coletivo Mineiro Popular Anarquista COMPA - Solidarity with the Mexican people in the fight pel @ s @ s sumid 43 students on September 26 (pt) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 06 Nov 2014 13:42:14 +0200

There are more than a month desaparecid @ s 43 rural students at a Normal School, located in the city of Ayotzinapa, by a joint effort between the Police and Mexican drug cartel in the region. The attack of the police and cartel forces was held on September 26, after a student activity which aimed to raise funds for the participation of demonstrations in the capital, Mexico City, in memory of the anniversary of the Tlatelolco Massacre (when in 1968, almost 300 students were killed by police after protests) ¹. Since then, students are sumids @ seo Mexican government has been unclear and conclusive in his statements about the disappearance and what actually occurred. ---- Normal schools were born as a result of the Mexican Revolution of 1914-1919. From the 1920s, the Mexican education assumed a socialist / libertarian character which gave us the following 30 years, despite its institutionalization in the following decades, large popular participation involving parents, students, teachers and interested in building an educational model that would provide the unification of education and community.

Adding to the educational methods indigenous tradition that is rooted in local culture, councils of elders, communal land and self-government, the normal schools potencializavam the local struggle against the domination of neo-liberal reforms of the Mexican state. Despite several attempts to disarticulation of the normal schools, the network of 29 centers, 13 are still alive and horizontal self-managed way, continuing their original proposals, and the Rural Normal Raúl Isidro Burgos school in Ayotzinapa in the state of Guerrero, one of these experiences; specifically, where they formed the 43 students sumed by the Mexican state.

Strong protests with thousands of people nationwide deflagaram in Mexico City (the capital), Acapulco (the state capital) and several other Mexican cities. Halls and other buildings and government facilities are being occupied or burned during the protests, which unfold in big clashes against police repression that follows. The participation of teachers in the protests have been decisive: the State Coordination of Education Workers in Guerrero (CETEG) has been mobilized in the most radical actions that are taking place in many cities of the state. On Wednesday, October 29, dozens of teachers attacked the official residence of the state governor, Rogelio Ortega, forcing him to resign the post. The EZLN (Zapatista Army of National Liberation) also joined the mobilization of resistance, which is already global.

Given this scenario, also added from Minas Gerais, Brazil, to mobilize international solidarity estudant est @ s @ s, their families and the Mexican people, which requires clarification of what happened, the immediate presentation with life of these 43 students and sunken for police accountability, the government of Guerrero and the Mexican government, the Mexican people who submitted to such a situation as painful and at the same time unacceptable. Express publicly, so our outrage at this cowardly and vicious attack by the collusion between the Mexican government and other paramilitary groups.

Is the Mexican people and their history of struggle that our anarchism is one of his most significant influences. The anarchist workers 'and peasants' movement since the nineteenth century, fellow brothers Ricardo Flores Magón and Enrique Magón, the journal "Regeneration", Emiliano Zapata, women organized in posting "Las soldaderas" the great revolutionary fighter Margarita Neri,s Zapatistas Organised contemporaries @ s ... on EZLN are various expressions, dashes and very strong contributions to the world revolutionary movement, especially in our current anarchism, that the Mexican people offered and still offers. Our Latin American identity further reinforces the bond which for us is very relevant and expression. Not calaremos us before the attacks sisters and brothers class, Latin America, the revolutionary struggle, by our most loathsome enemies; Not pass away!

Governments and the murderers of the people do not pass away!
Well students Ayotzinapa! Well students Tlatelolco!
Solidarity is more than the written word!

Giant demonstrations in Mexico City, capital of the country

Public buildings such as the city of Iguala, are attacked and torched

Teachers face police crackdown

¹ During the afternoon and night of October 2, 1968 Mexican police executed nearly 300 students at the Plaza of the Three Cultures in the Tlatelolco neighborhood of Mexico City, after student demonstrations that lasted for several months in the Mexican capital, demonstrations and eco student riots occurred in various cities of the world in 1968. The Mexican students wanted to exploit the world's attention focused on Mexico City during the 1968 Olympics, as occurred in Brazil in the Confederations Cup in June 2013 and the World Cup in June 2014.
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