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(en) Greece, liberta salonica: Rally in solidarity with the struggling Iraqi people: Tuesday 5/11, 17:00, Kamara [machine translation]

Date Fri, 8 Nov 2019 09:02:02 +0200


The struggling Iraqi people are not alone in their fight against injustice, exploitation and oppression. ---- States and the bourgeoisie suppress and assassinate those who fight for and claim a life of dignity. ---- As of 1/10/2019, the vibrant masses in Iraq are constantly on the streets, protesting against the corrupt government of Adil Abdul Mahdi, the economic elite that surround him, and the constant austerity measures that have swept away the oppressed and the oppressed. , which deprives them of the ability to meet basic and basic, everyday human needs, such as access to electricity, water and public health services. In addition, unemployment in Iraq affects about 35% of the population, especially young people, who make up 60% of the country's population, so the main demand of the protesters is to tackle poverty and secure employment for the unemployed, so that can survive.

Despite bans on roads and threats of legal sanctions imposed by the Iraqi government on protesters, students, students, the unemployed and workers have blocked the streets of Iraq's major urban centers, from the Iraqi south to the capital Ba'ath. central Tahrir Square. But state repression is relentless. The army and counter-terrorism have taken to the streets, snipers are being shot on the rooftops of buildings, tear gas is being fired at the demonstrators, and real-day fires are being used by both the Iraqi military and paramilitary units. The bloody rally for the protesters has so far killed more than 250 dead and more than 6,000 injured. It is characteristic that the Iraqi State's repressive forces have so far invaded many protesters' homes, beating them wildly, even breaking their hands and feet in order to terrorize them so that they can stop demonstrating, fighting, claiming. In fact, in order to silence their atrocities, the Iraqi state authorities have blocked access to the internet in 75% of Iraqi territory, silencing any voices opposed to the regime while preventing international information on the events taking place in Iraq. to claim. In fact, in order to silence their atrocities, the Iraqi state authorities have blocked access to the internet in 75% of Iraqi territory, silencing any voices opposed to the regime while preventing international information on the events taking place in Iraq. to claim. In fact, in order to silence their atrocities, the Iraqi state authorities have blocked access to the internet in 75% of Iraqi territory, silencing any voices opposed to the regime while preventing international information on the events taking place in Iraq.

Today's protests in Iraq are the second and most militant round of anti-government protests that began, for the same reasons, in July 2018. They are yet another hotbed of resistance to the barbarism of state and capitalist totalitarianism, yet another part of international society. uprisings currently under way. The unbearable material pressures of daily life, as they are shaped by the rupture and structural crisis of capitalism, have driven thousands of Iraqi poor to claim what should be considered a decent human life. The demonstrations are spontaneous. The class conflict and popular anger in Iraq are undoubtedly waged in a boiling cauldron. The Shiite opposition is trying to affiliate, but without significant or decisive influence, the demonstrations and direct them towards the institutional path of elections and the rotation of the present bourgeois, Shiite government, with a correspondingly different staffing, which will serve however. the interests of the privileged elites. Against this cloudy landscape, the Iranian government is actively contributing to the suppression of popular mobilizations in order to safeguard the Shiite-dominated archipelago of wider Iran as a regional imperialist power in the Middle East. It is also no secret that Iran is exerting political and economic pressure and influence on Iraq. That is why, after all, Iran has been alarmed by anti-government protests in Iraq. Because he sees his interests in the region shaken. That is why the Iranian paramilitary organization Hashd al-Shaabi is pressing for Iraqi internal affairs. That is why there are open pro-Iranian parties in Iraq, because Iran has undermined Iraq in the international imperialist chain, subordinating it to its own interests. Looking macroscopically, gaining momentum from the regional imperialist movements in Iran is Russia itself at the expense of Euro-Atlantic imperialism, the forefront of which the US is. subjecting it to a considerable extent under its interests. Looking macroscopically, gaining momentum from the regional imperialist movements in Iran is Russia itself at the expense of Euro-Atlantic imperialism, the forefront of which the US is. subjecting it to a considerable extent under its interests. Looking macroscopically, gaining momentum from the regional imperialist movements in Iran is Russia itself at the expense of Euro-Atlantic imperialism, the forefront of which the US is.

The lack of a coherent, politically and organizationally, anti-capitalist pole within the popular anti-government demonstrations certainly raises questions as to where these militant and otherwise mobilizations that are spreading across Iraqi territory can ultimately lead. On the other hand, the Iranian regime uses as a communicative accusation that the demonstrations are driven by American imperialism, to undermine and ridicule the protesters and their demands for their struggle. In turn, Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi has made cynical statements to the regime's media, calling for calm and national reconciliation as his chair is clearly shaking. It is a given that no government power, no state, no imperialist power, no fundamentalist organization can promote the interests of the oppressed and exploited, because they are the reactionary bodies that aggravate their daily working and living conditions from below, without endlessly promoting their class devaluation and socialization. On the other hand, we cannot demand that spontaneous popular uprisings be cut and sewn into the molds that fit our tactical and strategic positions, especially when the politically and classically constituted revolutionary bodies are absent from their ranks. promoting without interruption their class devaluation and their social marginalization. On the other hand, we cannot demand that spontaneous popular uprisings be cut and sewn into the molds that fit our tactical and strategic positions, especially when the politically and classically constituted revolutionary bodies are absent from their ranks. promoting without interruption their class devaluation and their social marginalization. On the other hand, we cannot demand that spontaneous popular uprisings be cut and sewn into the molds that fit our tactical and strategic positions, especially when the politically and classically constituted revolutionary bodies are absent from their ranks.


We cannot, however, remain silent in the face of the murderous policy of suppressing popular mobilizations, as implemented by the partnership of the Iraqi and Iranian states, as a characteristic example of the role played by individual states and bourgeoisie in capitalism. So let's not keep our arms crossed while hundreds of people in our class are being killed by state repressive forces in Iraq. That is why we call in support of the demonstration in Thessaloniki, which the Iraqi community itself calls upon, as the poor and the poor fighting in Iraq are the flesh of the international proletariat and the demands of their struggle are just,

AGAINST STATE AND CAPITAL CAPACITY

SOLIDARITY IN COMPETITIVE IRAQIAN PEOPLE


WE ARE SUPPORTING THE ROAD THAT IS INVITED TO THE IRAQI COMMUNITY:

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5, 17:00 IN KAMARA

Anarchist Federation (Thessaloniki Region)

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