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Words by María de Jesús Patricio Martínez at Oventic on October 19, 2017


Brothers and sisters of the people of Mexico, of the peoples of the world, of the sixth national and international.
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Now I speak to you with the voice that the Indigenous Council of Government for Mexico gave me to say that since October 12 we have been meeting with the purpose of holding the first National Working Assembly between the Indigenous Council of Government and the peoples that make up the Indigenous National Congress, in CIDECI-UNITIERRA, and with the purpose of presenting the Indigenous Council of Government and its spokesperson in the five zapatista snails, in the state of Chiapas, ratifying what the indigenous peoples know well, that the future of our peoples is possible only in recognizing us one with the earth, our mother. In it is our past and future, and therefore the freedom and autonomy for which we fight.
From Zapatista rebellious territory we listen and think of collective, with the arts and creative words we talk, we share the ways and the ways to dismantle the power that from above design and impose until it gives rise to reproduce that corrupted power in the patriarchal, macho and capitalist system in our villages; to dismantle it is to look at the bottom of our history and make our bet and proposal to the peoples of Mexico and the world. That’s why we say: Let women live who fight and organize!
The Indigenous Council of Government, which until now has been formed by 156 councilors and councilors from 63 indigenous regions of the country, speaking in 39 native languages, we believe that it is time to listen to the sound that comes from the capitalist disaster in all the territories of the countryside and cities.

Above, power cracks and the politics of bad government and the powerful capitalists boldly demonstrate the lie they are, they shudder with their destruction everything they touch, kill, pollute and in their wake they leave destruction, desolation, indignation and rage.
Below, from the bottom of the earth, dignity is born a new world amid the destruction, pain and rage of our peoples, Mexico from below in the fields and cities. Of the working people who are exploited until their death, stripped of everything they have, repressed for thinking and rebelling, despised for being different, for being poor, for being a woman, for speaking our own language, to tell the truth, for looking down and not up, to turn to see the companion, the companion and not the master, the chief, the patron, the bad government.
And that’s why we say again that on the clock of what we are humanity, we mark the time of what we are, what we were and what we will be.
It is time to listen to what the suffering of the families who seek a son, a father, a mother missing have to tell us with their tireless struggle to find truth and justice among the rubble.
It is time to shake this country and shake in every corner of it, to organize ourselves in every space, in every neighborhood, nation and tribe, in every city, in the countryside and in the cities, not to leave us, to organize ourselves, to govern ourselves according to our own forms, exercising and taking fate in our hands without waiting for others to do it for us.
It is time to weave from below a web so large that it is able to endure the coming times, taking advantage of the call of our land so that the organization that we build penetrate all the structures of this nation and guarantee us freedom, democracy and Justice.
It is time for workers, teachers, honest intellectuals, artists, youth, peasants, students, homosexuals, communicators and all those below.

It is time to make the earth tremble in its centers, looking at us in the mirror that are the original peoples with their struggles and their sufferings. Taking the principles of command by obeying the guide to rebirth.
But above all it is the hour of women who struggle and organize themselves to be born their freedom, to be born their new homeland with justice, to be born a new world of peace and different about the ruins that the capitalist and patriarchal system are leaving everywhere . It is time for women to organize themselves, for the respect of our rights, but also for all and for all because in us is the force to push this huge struggle.
Indigenous women, in our triple status as women, indigenous and poor, live the greatest oppression within this system that is called capitalist, we are exploited and violated in our homes, our jobs, in all areas of society ; the present system submits us to the most crude exploitation and everyday we are treated as mere commodities. In the same way, as we feel the violence that is done to us, we also feel the robbery, the dispossession and the destruction that is made of our mother earth, because this system that is named capitalist and patriarchal is based on dispossession and domination of our mother the earth and the domination and control of us women.
Equally every time they murder, disappear, imprison unjustly a son, a daughter, it is we women who feel the deepest pain.
But precisely because we are the ones who feel the deepest pain, because we live the greatest of oppressions; also we women are capable of feeling the deepest of rages; and then we must be able to transform those rages into organization in order to go on the offensive to dismantle the power from above, constructing with determination and without fear the power from below.
So, brothers and sisters, this is our offense.

On the 15th of this month I received the evidence as an applicant for the independent candidacy to the Presidency of the Republic and on the 16th of this month and year began the period marked by the National Electoral Institute to seek the support of the citizen, and for me word as a spokesperson let us make this struggle for life our government in which all of us from below command. That is why we call to take the offensive by shaking the capitalist political system, macho and patriarchal, making this decision to exercise dignity penetrate the electoral process signing throughout the country to express our support for the IGC, which through me will be also the epicenter of the healing of all the pains, resistances and rebellions that with our struggles are made hopes.
Despite the pitfalls and difficulties that have put us in the way, we will continue and we will continue our steps from the month of November of this year with an agenda that we will announce in the next days.
We denounce that:
– The email account that I use to register the data of hundreds of volunteers to gather the forms required by law to comply with the mandate of the general assembly of the CNI, can not access the platform of the INE, is it is blocked for any practical purpose.
– As we passed through the municipalities of Altamirano, Ocosingo and Palenque, places where internet services and cell phones commonly operate, communication in these areas was blocked, which hindered the computation of the signatures collected.
– The INE listed the devices that supposedly are suitable for the application to work, but in several of them it is not possible to make it work, and on the contrary, in some indicated as unfit it has been possible to install.

– It takes many hours to download the application. Likewise the registration of a single signature and photograph can last several hours and not four minutes with thirty seconds as assured by the INE, which makes it much more difficult to reach the number of signatures of support that marks us the law.
– It is insufficient the daylight in the afternoon or in the morning, only at noon can signatures be registered without the support of special lamps that can give adequate illumination.
– The notice of receipt of the signatures collected takes up to 24 hours in the auxiliaries after they have been sent to the INE.
Even with all this we will not take a step back. We will travel the country with a national agenda that will join the regional fabric around the CIG councilors, calling the peoples, groups, organizations and unorganized people in the whole territory of this nation to see us in the mirror of what we are all together and without fear to find in that reflection our own mirror, around the work groups on land and territory, autonomy, women, youth and children, people with different capacities, migrants, sexual diversity, justice and work and exploitation, led by the councilors and make our own agenda, our own program of left and anti-capitalist, taking advantage of the moment that history puts us together to be the great national structure that breaks down the walls that oppress us, divide and weaken.
This is who we are, what we were and will be.

From the zapatista snail of Oventic.
October 19, 2017



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A Bill Clinton Accuser Slams Monica Lewinsky’s ‘#MeToo’ Tweet As Women From His Past Hit Twitter


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Whether it was a coincidence or not, two of the women affiliated with Bill Clinton from back in the days when he was accused of demonstrating less than stellar behavior with women, happened to pop up on the social media sites with some thoughts of their own. Hillary had been talking with Marr about the accusations levied against Harvey Weinstein and after giving her comment on being “appalled” and “shocked” when learning about Weinstein she twisted this up with Donald Trump. She said to Marr…

WATCH The Secret of Oz (2009)

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WATCH The Secret of Oz (2009)


“What’s going on with the world’s economy? Foreclosures are everywhere, unemployment is skyrocketing – and this may only be the beginning. Could it be that solutions to the world’s economic problems could have been embedded in the most beloved children’s story of all time, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”? The yellow brick road (the gold standard), the emerald city of Oz (greenback money), even Dorothy’s silver slippers (changed to ruby slippers for the movie version) were powerful symbols of author L. Frank Baum’s belief that the people – not the big banks — should control the quantity of a nation’s money.”

Second to Moving Forward, Secret of Oz goes the deepest into the systemic unsustainability of our fractional-reserve monetary system. Examining the historic fight against central banks over the centuries (it was the prime cause of the American Revolution) and how these banks actually destabilize markets and enslave whole nations in debt, we learn how the Federal Reserve and other private banks today represent the greatest affront to our national sovereignty. As long as we allow private banks to create money out of nothing (and loan money to our government at interest), the central banks will always have the power to undo whatever gains we make politically or economically. The film makers do not advocate a return to a gold-based standard. Their two-step solution is quite simple, and if enacted, gives us the greatest prospects for a sustainable future.

Geoff Diehl raises $367,000 last quarter for U.S. Senate bid

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Geoff Diehl raises $367,000 last quarter for U.S. Senate bid


…Diehl, a state representative who chaired President Trump’s 2016 Massachusetts campaign, received $250 from car dealer Ernie Boch, Jr., but most GOP establishment figures have not given him money.

Diehl’s report also shows him accepting more than $500 in 10 separate donations from contributors listed as “Anonymous, Anonymous.”…

Puerto Rico's Environmental Catastrophe

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Puerto Rico’s Environmental Catastrophe


Hurricane Maria has exposed and intensified the island’s ecological crisis and its human consequences. Can it build a sustainable future?

“There’s no way there were just 45 deaths,” said Myrna Conty, an environmental activist whose work takes her regularly across the most remote parts of the island. She scoffed at the radio reports of the official death toll, a common refrain among Puerto Ricans whose personal stories—a cousin who died needing dialysis here, a neighbor who simply hasn’t been heard from there—when multiplied 3.5 million-fold make the official estimate seem impossible…

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Today from the lowest level of freedom to the highest level of women’s vote

Today, the security forces of YPJ and YJŞ have been stationed in the square of Naeem, in the capital city of Raqqah for themselves as a capital city. Fighters celebrate the salvation of salvation and victory of salvation…

Canadian and American unions seek to raise wages in Mexico amid NAFTA talks

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Canadian and American unions seek to raise wages in Mexico amid NAFTA talks


Amid tense talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, one strong alliance has emerged: a pro-worker bond between Canadian officials and the U.S. labor movement.

Both American and Canadian unions want to raise wages in Mexico — in part to improve conditions for workers there and also to level the playing field on production costs…


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Conservative group sets sights on state’s Voting Rights Act


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The 2002 California Voting Rights Act forces cities, counties and school districts “to make race the sole factor in districting,” said Edward Blum, president of the nonprofit Project on Fair Representation, as his Virginia-based group asked a federal judge to overturn the law…