Cambia el Sistema, No el Clima!!! Minga Global 2010

October 15, 2010 at 1:41 pm 3 comments

Minga Global: En cada rincón del planeta, quienes queremos salvar la vida levantaremos nuestras voces contra la agresión capitalista expresada en el saqueo y la mercantilización de la vida. Porque sabemos que otros mundos no son solo urgentes: son, sobre todo, posibles. Y ya los estamos construyendo.

Cambiar el sistema no el clima! Tomando accion directa por justicia climatico

Justicia Climática Acción (CJA): En 2009, los pueblos indígenas en todo el mundo llama por una movilizac ión mundial ‘en defensa de la ma dre tierra’  en el 12 de octubre, de recuperar el día en que solía ser impuesta como ‘Día de  Colon / Dia de la Hispanidad’. En respuesta a esta convocatoria, y la demanda de un día de acción de ‘cambio de sistema, no el cambio climático’ emitidos por los movimientos mundiales se reunieron en Copenhague el año pasado, la Justicia Climática Acción (CJA) propone un día de acción directa por la justicia climática el 12 de octubre, 2010. (Minga Global)

Reportajes | Barcelona: 12 de octubre en Barcelona. Se exige Juicio a Goni y se denuncia impactos Repsol en Bolivia | Centenars de persones es manifesten per un 12 d’octubre anticapitalista i antiracista (revolta global) | Día de la Resistencia , 12 Octubre Barcelona (video) | (12-0 a BCN) 500 persones contra el colonialisme i la hispanitat (Barcelona indymedia) | La vanguardia (mainstream + vid) | 12 d’octubre de 2010, com sempre, res a celebrar | actes baix republica | España: Protestas en el Estado español contra el Día de la Hispanidad | Minga Global 2010: Barcelona Llamada 2010 | Minga Global | Manifestacion Barcelona | Global Week of Action for Climate Justice | Global Day of Action for Climate Justice | Intercontinental Cry | Minga Global 2009: Ultimos noticias | Marxa per la dignitat dels pobles (Barcelona) | Mensaje de Alberto Pizango a la Madre Tierra

Día de la Resistencia , 12 Octubre Barcelona (video)

Proximo dias de accion Global por la Justicia Climática…

¡Miles de Cancún por la justicia climática! La llamada de La Via Campesina por COP16 (N29-D10)

(los pancartas amarillas de CJA en Copenhagen, decembre 2009)

12 de octubre en Barcelona. Se exige Juicio a Goni y se denuncia impactos Repsol en Bolivia

 

Minga Global en el reste del mundo, de 12 a 16 de Octubre

(Vamos a editar esta pagina con nuevos reportajes, quando ellos llegan)

Europa:

England: UK’s busiest oil refinery Coryton Blockaded by Hundreds of Crude Awakening protestors | fotos | vid |Indymedia London report and more pics | Mainstream: Protesters block road to oil refinery | Twelve climate activists arrested (Independent)

Crude Awakening: Oil your time is up

It’s OIL over

Francia: Blockades, direct action and demonstrations in France (not directly in support of Global minga, but full closure of countries oil refineries and some airports, strike against reforms) | Tariq Ali: The French are fighting for all of us | French strikes and protests: live updates oct 19 (Guardian)  | French strikes and protests: live updates oct 20 (Guardian) | Belorus: October 14-20. Days of common solidarity actions near Belarusian Embassies

Oil worker and union representative Christophe Hiou delivers a speech as workers protest near the oil refinery in Donges, near Nantes

Oil workers protest shut down the oil refinery in Donges, near Nantes

France Unrest: Street battles in Lyon, blocked Marseille airport, protests in Paris

America del Nord

Canada: London: Protesters Close Down A Shell Gas Station | Shell station shut VID | Indigenous struggles and Latin American-Canadian solidarity | A recorded statement from Jonathan O’Glaisne (audio) | Bikes Not Oil! Rapping at the pumps (audio) | Bikes Not Oil! | Toronto: Solidarity banner drop for G20 arrestee Alex Hundert | US: People Across the U.S. Celebrate Indigenous People’s Day Through Climate Justice Education

Indigenous struggles and Latin American-Canadian solidarity

Shell station shut VID

America Latina

Colombia:Congreso de los Pueblos | Saludo a el congreso de los pueblos (video) |  MARCHA DEL CONGRESO DE LOS PUEBLOS BOGOTÁ (video) | Marcha congreso de los pueblos con CRIC (video) | Lectura estratégica del congreso de los pueblos | Proclama, la Palabra del Congreso de los Pueblos de Colombia, “Propuesta de país para una vida digna” | Peru: Marcha nacional por el medio ambiente, los recursos naturales y la democracia Marcha de los Pueblos, Lima, Peru (album de fotos en facebook) | 2010-10-12 ¡No Hay Presidente, Hay Ratas en Palacio! (vid) | Argentina: La marcha de los pueblos originarios llegó a Plaza de Mayo | Chile: Mapuche prisoners end hunger strike | Bolivia, Guatemala, Chile: Otros reportajes aqui: Día de la Raza

 

La marcha de los pueblos originarios llegó a Plaza de Mayo, Argentina

Saludo a el congreso de los pueblos – MINGA GLOBAL, Colombia

Una Ejemplo de Peru…

12 Oct 2010 – Marcha de los Pueblos, Lima, Peru (album de fotos en facebook)

http://climatecaravan.files.wordpress.com/2010/10/59686_438827113130_753378130_5406301_3104889_n.jpg?w=454&h=255

2010-10-12 ¡No Hay Presidente, Hay Ratas en Palacio!

El 12 Octubre, ratificando un acuerdo de los frentes regionales de la Macroregion Sur que se llevo a cabo en Tacna y seguidamente en Huancayo, alrededor de cinco mil manifestantes marcharon en la capital del pais para exigir principalmente que el gas peruano se quede para abastecer el consumo interno y contra el fraude electoral contra la candidatura de Susana Villaran/Confluencia de Izquierda en la denominada “Marcha de los Pueblos”

PLATAFORMA DE LUCHA:

1.-Por la defensa de la madre tierra.

2.-Asamblea Constituyente: Constitución Plurinacional e Intercultural.

3.-Derecho a la consulta soberana de los pueblos.

4.-No a la privatización de los recursos naturales y territorios indígenas.

5.-No a la exportación del gas, el gas para los peruanos.

6.-Derogatoria del Decreto Supremo Nº 003-2006.PCM.

7.-No a la destrucción del santuario Nacional de Megantoni.

8.-Por empleo decente, sueldos y salarios dignos.

9.-No a la criminalización de la protesta social y la persecución política.

10.-No a la privatización de tierras mediante la concesión hasta 40,000 has

11.-No a la expropiación de tierras de las comunidades campesinas de Olmos.

12.-Defensa de las tierras de los pueblos andinos contra la concesión y explotación minera.

13.- No a las hidroeléctricas de Inambari, Paquitzapango, Salta Pucara, Languna de Langui, Layo.

14.-No al fraude electoral para gobiernos regionales y municipales.

Convocaron y participaron, entre otros:

CONACAMI, AIDESEP, CNA, CCP, FRENVIDAS, TAHUANTINSUYANOS, CGTP, CUT, UFREP, CONAFREP. FRENTE UNICO DE LOS PUEBLOS DEL PERU, FONAVISTAS, CORECAMIS DE AREQUIPA, TACNA, MOQUEGUA, PUNO, CUZCO, APURIMAC, JUNIN, PASCO, HUANCAVELICA, ICA, LIMA, ANCASH, PIURA Y LAMBAYEQUE, RONDAS CAMPESINAS- CUNARC Y CONARC, FRENTE DE DEFENSA DE LOS RECURSOS NATURALES-LIMA, etc.

 

 

 

 

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¡Miles de Cancún por la justicia climática! La llamada de La Via Campesina por COP16 (N29-D10) System Change. Not Climate Change!!! Minga Global 2010

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  • 1. climatecaravan  |  October 17, 2010 at 7:00 pm

    Crude Awakening – Coryton Blockade

    http://www.youandifilms.com/2010/10/crude-awakening-coryton-blockade/

    Hundreds of demonstrators have stopped 375,000 gallons of fuel from leaving a depot after blockading the road to an oil refinery.

    Police were forced to close the road after 100?s of protesters created several blockades along the only road route to the refinary.

    One block of 12 women handcuffed themselves to lorries parked to deliberately block the main road leading to the Coryton refinery in Essex.

    Demonstrators drove the vehicles to the refinery in an attempt to stop traffic getting to and from the site, which they accuse of exacerbating climate change.

    http://www.youandifilms.com

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  • 2. climatecaravan  |  October 21, 2010 at 10:30 am

    more global minga reports http://www.ww4report.com/node/9191

    Chile marked 518 years since the arrival of European colonizer Christopher Columbus by marching on Oct. 12 in the southern Araucanía region in solidarity with Chile’s indigenous peoples. About 5,000 people had held a similar solidarity march in Santiago the day before. The marches had a special focus on the situation of the Mapuche, Chile’s largest indigenous group, and a liquids-only hunger strike by Mapuche prisoners that ended on Oct. 8 after more than 80 days. A group of the prisoners released a communiqué on Oct. 12 calling on the government to fulfill the promises it made to them in negotiations to end the hunger strike. “A new process of struggle will begin,” the prisoners wrote. (Prensa Latina, Oct. 12)

    In Bolivia grassroots organizations held a march on Oct. 12 in La Paz they said was intended to increase awareness about the defense of the rights of Mother Earth.

    Thousands of indigenous protesters and a large group of public university students marched in Bogotá, Colombia, for four hours on Oct. 12. The minga (indigenous mobilization) was organized by the National Indigenous Organization of Colombia together with various organizations from the social movements.

    In Guatemala hundreds of campesinos and indigenous people marked Oct. 12 by protesting in front of the Supreme Court of Justice, the National Congress and the Presidential Residence in Guatemala City. The National Coordinating Committee of Campesino Organizations charged in a communiqué that the indigenous people of Guatemala, who represent 42% of the country’s 14 million inhabitants, continue to be marginalized and that only “the mechanisms of imposition have changed.”

    In El Salvador, president Mauricio Funes offered apologies in the name of the state to the country’s indigenous people for the “persecution and extermination” to which they were subjected. Funes, from the leftist Farabundo Martí Front for National Liberation (FMLN), observed the anniversary by opening a national indigenous congress which was to discuss the problems indigenous groups face and ways to solve them with the aid of the government. (La Jornada, Mexico, Oct. 13, from AFP, Prensa Latina)

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