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Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías July 28, 1954 – March 5, 2013)


The rich and powerful of the world hated Hugo Chavez because he was symbolic of a threat to the dictatorship of Capital, a figurehead of a continent alive with social movements and millions of people conscious of their political power.

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We must pull the emergency brake before the 1 per cent drive us off the cliff

The Durban fiasco shows clearly that we need a revolution. We need to summon an unprecedented collective will to take back the public sphere. We have to re-imagine our democracy, our cities, our societies, and our daily lives. ——————– by Derrick O’Keefe rabble.ca, December 16, 2011  Derrick O’Keefe is the co-chair of the Vancouver StopWar […]

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