PDF: Colonizacion y Decolonizacion
Comrades have translated the Colonization and Decolonization Manual into Spanish. You can get the PDF here: Colonizacion y Decolonizacion Un Manual Para la Liberacion de los Pueblos Originarios en el siglo XXI.
South Africa: Taking farms from whites is justified because ‘it’s not really their land’, says EFF spokesman
‘White people ought to accept the crime of apartheid’
by Joe Wallen, The Independent, March 24, 2018
The national spokesman of a key South African opposition party has said redistributing land from white farmers without compensation is justified because “it is not really their land”. Read the rest of this entry
Colonialism is defined as “control by one power over a dependent area or people.” In practice, colonialism is when one country violently invades and takes control of another country, claims the land as its own, and sends people — “settlers” — to live on that land. Read the rest of this entry
Columbus Day shines light on growing movement to replace holiday
CBS News, October 9, 2017
NEW YORK — Is it time to say arrivederci to Christopher Columbus?
A movement to abolish Columbus Day and replace it with Indigenous Peoples Day has gained momentum in some parts of the U.S., with Los Angeles in August becoming the biggest city yet to decide to stop honoring the Italian explorer and instead recognize victims of colonialism. Read the rest of this entry
Ugly Precursor to Auschwitz: Hitler Said to Have Been Inspired by US Indian Reservation System
Hitler admired the US system, while the ‘greatest nation’ won’t recognize its past
It was 72 years ago that the imprisoned and starved and viciously battered victims of Hitler and his Nazi thugs were liberated by Soviet troops.
Hitler – the coward, who’d later commit suicide rather than face the music – was incontrovertibly one of the world’s most brutal and bloodthirsty bastards to ever walk the globe.
Yet, little is it known that he was also a plagiarist. Read the rest of this entry
Canada 150 is a celebration of Indigenous genocide
This year, the federal government plans to spend half a billion dollars on events marking Canada’s 150th anniversary, prompting a great deal of debate about its historical treatment of Indigenous peoples. The majority of Canadians don’t have all the facts about that, while First Nations continue to live the crisis-level effects of that legacy. Perhaps Canada should cancel its celebrations and undertake the hard work necessary to make amends.
Is it time we start talking about our murdered and missing indigenous men?
Indigenous men are more likely to be murdered than anyone else in Canada – possibly more than 2,000 in a 30-year period.
Khelsilem Rivers: Colonialism, not Stephen Harper, is the enemy
by Khelsilem Rivers, The Georgia Straight, Nov 14, 2013
Colonists write the rules on how we are governed, and how we are supposed to resist their control is outlined within these rules —rules that provide a misdirected sense of security and certainty by permitting us to launch our grievances according to these rules. Read the rest of this entry
New research finds at least 3,000 confirmed Indian residential school deaths
Colin Perkel, Canadian Press, Feb 18, 2013
At least 3,000 children, including four under the age of 10 found huddled together in frozen embrace, are now known to have died during attendance at Canada’s Indian residential schools, according to new unpublished research. Read the rest of this entry