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Saturday, Zuccotti: Solidarity Action for Brazil, Turkey, and Greece

Posted 1 year ago on June 21, 2013, 2:24 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt
Tags: greece, turkey, brazil, solidarity, nyc

take the streets!

The plan of the Turkish state to demolish Taksim Gezi Park, one of the few green and non-commercial spaces in the capital, sparked protests all over the country.

The rise in public transportation fares in Brazil was soon followed by mobilizations in the country’s biggest cities. This served as the spark for a protest over the destruction of public services, like health care, education and transportation, high costs of 2014 World Cup and political scandals like PEC 37, a proposed amendment to the constitution of Brazil that gives impunity to politicians.

The closure of the National Radio & Television Broadcaster in Greece, was followed by the occupation of its headquarters in Athens and protests all over the country. This decision by the government, with the support of the nazi extremist party of Golden Dawn, has been in line with the harsh austerity measures set by the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank.

These global uprisings are not reduced to a reactionary response of the privileged. They are characterized by a multiplicity of participants, ideologies, political views and forms of action.

During the last weeks people of various descents supported the actions initiated from the Turkish, Brazilian and Greek communities in NY. This co-presence addressed the similarities and what is shared with other struggles from different parts of the world: the criminalization of protests, human rights violation and media control, the ties between the weakening of labor rights and real estate speculation in the US as well as how police brutality and structural violence mark the everyday experience of the NY neighborhoods, from the Lower East East side and East Village to the Bronx, Flatbush, Bedstuy and Brownsville.

This call is not only a symbolic solidarity action, but aims to create a common space of resistance.

Saturday, 6/22/13, 2pm AT LIBERTY SQUARE (x zuccotti park)

#NYCSOL #VemPraRua #occupygezi #geziparki #passelivre #brazilianspring




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[-] 1 points by BearDickinson (125) from Ewing, VA 1 year ago

Happening now - during the final game - Brasil vs Spain. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-23121532

[-] 1 points by magician (31) 1 year ago
[-] 1 points by BrandonStone (2) 1 year ago

Man, these protests should totally go onto <a href="http://www.nwlabel.com">bottle labels in Seattle, WA</a>. People have got to learn about these historical events. :)

[-] 1 points by PeteMarchesi (4) from San Juan Capistrano, CA 1 year ago

Go look at yourself.

[-] 1 points by magician (31) 1 year ago

If you have no manners, I can not help you.

[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (23961) from Coon Rapids, MN 1 year ago

[-] 1 points by PeteMarchesi (4) from San Juan Capistrano, CA 34 minutes ago

Go look at yourself.

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Meaning - What?

[-] 1 points by magician (31) 1 year ago
[-] 1 points by PeteMarchesi (4) from San Juan Capistrano, CA 1 year ago

Heritage is to the man who belongs to it. Americans do not belong in this land...

[-] 1 points by Kavatz (464) from Edmonton, AB 1 year ago

When issues from one nation are being protested on the streets of another nation... amazing. One day borders will disappear and every bit of land will be the heritage of all people.

[-] 1 points by Toynbee (656) from Savannah, GA 1 year ago

"Let them eat cake" philosophy is being challenged around the world.

Liberté, égalité, fraternité !

[-] 1 points by PeteMarchesi (4) from San Juan Capistrano, CA 1 year ago

The problem is this. We are run by a financier's world.

[-] 1 points by bigdog187 (47) 1 year ago

Great article guys! Thank you for shedding light on this subject. I am deeply, deeply saddened by all the heart ache and pain brought on the Turkish people by this clearly oppressive and depressive regime. CLEARLY and rightly Erdogan must go!

[-] 1 points by PeteMarchesi (4) from San Juan Capistrano, CA 1 year ago

Hi. Thanks for the article. I don't see what actions overseas has to do with America. In America I see a slow tide. I see nothing happening here. There is a lot of complaining about how they... are persecuting us. But I see none of our articles in their newspapers. I see no-one paying for advertising in their newspapers. I see no actions before Congress and The House of Representatives. I hear about no letters sent... and printed here, no letters sent to politicians. Demanding compensation on their part.

I see no story about colonization here. I see it on other sites. I don't mean to complain. And I laud you on what you have done already.

But we need action. We need a military arm to this unit. To the lawyers that run our 'company'. We need to be clued up on the law.

Furthermore. I see no-one protesting the nuclear plants...

This should be our one most important action. Again, I add. That this organization was started in America. And should be held to it. I am glad... of sympathizers. But the articles here should be on... America. About how pigs are slit, with no consideration to gentleness. When atom bomb testing goes on WITH NO APPRECIATION TO WHAT IT KILLS.

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 1 year ago

it's like the people don't feel the politicians have any power to control their lives

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