Daily Archives: 30/11/2011

International Libertarian Statement of Solidarity with the Egyptian popular Struggle

From anarkismo.net

On the weekend 19-20th a new wave of mass protest all over Egypt broke out because of the systematic violence of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) against the Egyptian masses. People are tired of its dictatorial behaviour, the use of extreme force against protesters, the military trials that in 10 months have ended up with 12,000 comrades rotting in jail, their censorship, the torture, kidnappings and selective murder of activists. People are tired of the military council hijacking the banners of our revolution to continue the same old dictatorship through other means. People are tired of the sectarianism they promote to divert us from our real fight for justice, equality and freedom.
Imperialism has dictated an “orderly transition” to democracy in Egypt. The military have shown themselves obedient in implementing this design. The people in Egypt demand an end to dictatorship and the uprooting of all the remnants of the hated Mubarak regime. People in Egypt want to feel, at last, that they have a country run by themselves for themselves.

The anarchists in Egypt, and the international solidarity movement with the libertarian revolutionaries, wholeheartedly support the just struggle of the Egyptian people to continue their revolution and deplore the massacre of protesters that shows that the SCAF is no different to Mubarak. Continue reading

Declaración Internacional Libertaria en solidaridad con la lucha popular en Egipto

de anarkismo.net

El fin de semana del 19 y 20 de noviembre estalló una nueva ola de protestas populares en Egipto a causa de la sistemática violencia del Consejo Supremo de las Fuerzas Armadas contra las masas egipcias. El pueblo está cansado de su comportamiento dictatorial, del uso de una fuerza extrema contra los manifestantes, de los juicios militares que en 10 meses han llevado a 12.000 compañeros a las cárceles, de la censura, de la tortura, de los secuestros y de los asesinatos selectivos de militantes. El pueblo está cansado del sectarismo que promueve para distraernos de nuestra verdadera lucha, por la justicia, la igualdad y la libertad.

El imperialismo ha llamado a una “transición ordenada” a la democracia en Egipto. Los militares se han mostrado muy serviles en aplicar esos designios. El pueblo egipcio exige el fin de la dictadura y barrer con todos los rescoldos del odiado régimen de Mubarak. El pueblo egipcio quiere sentirse dueño de un país regido por y para ellos. Continue reading